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Capability of Being Used with or Connected to Different Types of Devices or Components without any Modifications
Number of Gangs
The amount of switches on the plate.
Between Discrete Points Allows the Flow of Electrons (Electric Current)
The Electrical Pressure, the force Which Causes Current to Flow Through a Conductor
A Device that Establishes a Connection Between Two or More Units.
Number of Receptacles
The Number of Electrical Wall Outlets Designed for Use with a Plug
Levels of sealing effectiveness of electrical enclosures. IP20, IP55, IP53, IP68
Maximum electrical current the conductor or device can carry before sustaining immediate or progressive deterioration
Enviromental Conditions rating on the product. Indoor Only, Outdoor, Both
Value that Specifically Names the Type/the Application Value of the Closest Piece of Equipment/the Designated Type of Construction/the Generic Type/the Manufacturer Type Designation/the Specific Function/the Type of Application
Amount of Time a Timer can Last
National Electrical Manufacturers Association Ratings are Standards that are Useful in Defining the Types of Environments in Which an Electrical Enclosure can be Used
The Difference of Electrical Potential Between Two Points of an Electrical or Electronic Circuit Entering a System
The Voltage, Current, and Power Capacities of Relay Contacts Under Specified Environmental Conditions
The Time Span for Which the System/Device is in Desired Active/Working Mode
The Dimension Through an Object as Opposed to its Length or Width
Number of Devices
The amount of devices the product can connect to.
The Minimum Input Which the Device can Sense and Produce the Output
The way the item is mounted for display. The method by which a sign or label is affixed to a surface for display. Many signs will not have any defined mounting type and so will have no value captured for this attribute.
The Act or Process of Constructing Which Includes Design and Manufacture Type
Frequency response is the quantitative measure of the output spectrum of a system or device in response to a stimulus, and is used to characterize the dynamics of the system. It is a measure of magnitude and phase of the output as a function of frequency, in comparison to the input.
Style, Type, Size, Etc. of the Enclosure of a Device
The Position or Alignment Relative to Points of the Compass or Other Specific Directions
Used to identify and differentiate offerings within a particular product line. Product families are typically treated as adjectives. It is not recommended to use the product line (ex: Wiremold®) and product family names (Evolution™) together. This will introduce a level of unnecessary confusion for the audience.
amount of watts used
Connection TypeTooltip Title
Style or Type of Connection Used
The Dimensional Specification of the Object Which is Set as a Target for the Sensor
The total Possible Sensing Capability of the Sensor, Beginning After the Deadband, and Extending Out as Far as the Sensor is Able to Reach Effectively
Number of Switches
Number of electrical switches
The Rate at Which Energy is Drawn from a Source that Produces a Flow of Electricity in a Circuit
The Temperature at Which the Unit is Safely Operated or Kept without Damaging or Changing the performance Characteristics of the Unit
Product Has Potential to Contribute to LEED
This product contributes to earning credits in the LEED rating system.
Unique characteristics and functionality that set the product apart from others in its field.
The product warranty that accompanies the specific product.
Wall Plate Size
The finish of the product itself.
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Material of the product.
The Maximum Amount of Power Which the item can withstand or Operate without any performance Loss
The Number of Occurrences within a Given Time Period, the Rate at Which Alternating Current Makes a Complete Cycle of Reversals
Devices Used to Vary the Brightness of a Light by Decreasing or Increasing the Rms Voltage and Hence the Mean Power to the Lamp it is Possible to Vary the Intensity of the Light Output
Lighting Controls and Systems
Dual Tech Occupancy Sensor 100-347VAC, Center Mount 360°DT-355 Wattstopper
Wattstopper’s low profile DT-355 dual technology occupancy sensor combines the benefits of passive infrared (PIR) and ultrasonic technologies.