The Copperhead annular carbide tip cutters are available in sizes from 9/16 in. to 1 ½ in. diameter and for hole-making to 2 in. depth of cut. The tools feature a dual flat shank and are designed for use in the company's portable magnetic drills or, with the use of a spindle adapter, in stationary drill presses, lathes, and machining centers.
Pipe and conduit clamp
The one-piece Angler pipe and conduit clamp's bent-tab design allows the pre-threaded bolt to extend up at a 30° angle for access with a screwdriver or power tool, even if the clamps are installed side by side. Just snap apart the two halves of the strut strap, fit it to the pipe or conduit, slide the pre-threaded bolt through the keyhole-shaped opening in the strap, and tighten. The clamps are UL listed and CSA approved.
Thomas & Betts
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Arc receptacle tester
The SureTest Arc AFCI/GFCI tester determines the operational integrity of an AFCI or GFCI receptacle, tests for a shared neutral that leads to AFCI nuisance tripping, and warns against faulty wiring in three-wire receptacles. It can plug directly into any 120V branch circuit receptacle or be used with an optional set of alligator clips.
Phone and cable line protectors
The IG series phone and cable line surge protectors offer small commercial or home offices the ability to add extra phone and coax cable modules for increased capacity and protection. The eight available products in the IG series come with a 5-year limited warranty.
Three-pole safety switches
These 30A, 60A, and 100A three-pole fusible and not-fusible safety switches now have a limited UL listing for application on photovoltaic power systems. Previously, only 30A switches were UL-listed for such applications. The safety switch is rated for 600VDC maximum open circuit voltage.
Square D/Schneider Electric
Home media system
Designed for new home construction and remodeling, this entertainment and applications platform uses Ethernet-structured wiring systems with a built-in media manager and set-top box to play digital music, photos, and videos throughout the home.
Pocket WorkOrder software for handheld portable devices allows technicians to complete work orders and capture the client's signature while still at the job site. The software runs on any portable device that uses Microsoft's Pocket PC 2002 or Windows Mobile 2003. It can also be synchronized with the company's desktop service management program, Time & Material Billing.