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1 OCCUPANCY/VACANCY SENSORS Leviton’s Provolt ODC line-voltage occupancy and vacancy sensors have line-voltage occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting and manual-on/auto-off override control in a single unit with no special
control stations required. They are available in passive infrared, ultrasonic and multitechnology versions. Both single- and dual-relay versions with midrange, high-density and extended range lenses are included with select models. The integrated design
eliminates separate power pack and sensor wiring. All models feature auto-adapting technology, which continually adjusts to
occupancy patterns. They feature true daylight harvesting (both open and closed loop) through an integrated photocell that
automatically activates or deactivates connected loads (e.g., lighting, fans, HVAC, etc.) in conjunction with the presence or absence
of natural light. In instances of power failure, an automatic time-delay with auto-save feature returns the time-out setting to the
last saved level once power is restored.
2 CABLE ASSEMBLIES Custom Cable assembles a diverse range of value-added fiber, copper, RF and specialty cable products
tailored for many industries and applications, such as cable assemblies, wiring harnesses and integrated solutions.
3 LUMINAIRE Day-O-Lite’s Gemini LED is a recessed luminiare with a glare-free, diffuse polycarbonate lens and a welded
aluminum frame designed for commercial applications, such as offices, retail, healthcare and hospitality. It has an LED driver with
120/277V input and 0– 10 dimming standard. It delivers up to 800 lumens per foot at 14W and has 3,000K, 3,500K and 4,000K
options at 80-plus CRT. A wall-washer version is also available. Both models come in 1-, 2- and 4-ft. configurations.
4 CONNECTORS Cablesys’ insulation displacing connectors terminate wires for voice or data connectivity, such as 66 blocks
and 110 systems. The terminals have spring properties that hold the wires in a stable mechanical condition for connecting telco
connectors to a 25-pair cable.
5 LOCK Schlage’s AD-300 hardwired lock can be customized with a variety of credential readers, including keypad, magnetic
stripe or multitechnology, which can read both proximity and smart technology. The AD-301 electronic integrated lock with FMK
multitechnology reader and keypad is FIPS 201-1 compliant for use in U.S. federal buildings using smart-card technology. Both
include the electrified lock, credential reader, request-to-enter and -exit sensors, door position switch and more. The AD-Series
was designed on an open architecture platform so that it can easily be integrated into virtually any access control system using
Wiegand, clock and data, or RS-485.
6 CABLE Extron Electronics’ XTP DTP 24 cable uses an SF/UTP shielded foil/unshielded twisted-pair design for digital video
and audio distribution system applications and has 24 AWG solid copper conductors within overall braid and foil shields.
Nonplenum and plenum-rated versions are available in 1,000-ft. spools.
7 MOTOR CONTROL CENTER Eaton’s Freedom arc-resistant motor control center contains arc-blast energy
should an arc flash be triggered. Built without exhaust channels or roof flaps for exhaust, it
does not require additional clearance or venting ductwork above the assembly. All doors
are constructed from 12-gauge steel, and 4-in. sections are added to the first and
last structures. It has insulated horizontal and vertical buses and isolation barriers
between adjacent structures.