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NCCER: Volume 10

Catch up! Construction training center releases tenth edition of electrical curriculum NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) recently revised and released the 10th edition of its electrical curriculum. Written in conjunction with a national subject matter expert committee, all four levels have been updated to meet the 2020 NFPA 70: National Electric Code […]

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Droplet Like It’s Hot

Precipitation power hits its stride in the hydro generation world This one isn’t for the cynics out there. Scientists from the City University of Hong Kong say their water droplet-based electricity generator allows a very high energy conversion efficiency with a thousand times more power density than other electric generators. No, it probably won’t have […]

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Infineon and Beyond

Industrial lighting & motor controls woven together in new line German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies is attempting to combine its progressive industrial lighting ideas with its motor controls line, iMotion. Revealed in mid-March at the Embedded World 2017 Exhibition and Conference, Infineon plans to integrate a new microcontroller to a wide range of industrial applications, namely […]

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Badger Center

$5.5 million facility to be new face of flow instrumentation company Badger Meter, the Milwaukee-based flow measurement and controls manufacturer, is making sure that, if judged by its cover, it produces a positive judgment. The company recently completed construction of a state-of-the-art new “Customer Experience Center” in suburban Milwaukee. Dozens of Milwaukee-area business and community leaders were invited […]

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Dept. of Energy selects Eaton for research grant

Eaton, a Beachwood, Ohio-based power distribution and circuit protection manufacturer, has received a $2.4 million research grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to explore the development of energy-efficient lighting products. Eaton’s research, slated for completion in 2015, will aim to improve the manufacturing speed of light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures by three times over the […]

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