What is the Difference?

  A Ground Fault Indicator is a device which provides visual or remote indication of a fault on the electric power system. Also called a faulted circuit indicator (FCI), the device is used in electric power distribution networks as a means of automatically detecting and identifying faults to reduce outage time. Arc fault circuit interrupters are prone to “nuisance tripping,” which is probably what …

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LED Lighting Labels

TLC Electrical - LED Lighting

New LED light bulbs are energy efficient, come in a variety of colors, and the bulbs are now dimmable. The Lighting Facts Label required by the 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) looks more like a nutritional information label than something you would find in a home improvement store.  The new labels are meant …

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Not Your Ordinary Outlet

There was a time when all electrical outlets were basically the same, they could accommodate two or sometimes four electrical cords.  Necessary and convenient to everyday life and not much thought was given to them. Manufactures have recently combined the latest in LED lighting technology and the consumer’s need for easy accessible smart devices charging …

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