Portable pneumatic light
The Coppus Pneumatic Safety Lamp uses compressed air to mate with its line of portable blowers.
Compiled by Ryan Cliche
Portable pneumatic light
The Coppus Pneumatic Safety Lamp uses compressed air to mate with its line of portable blowers. This explosion-proof light is designed so it can provide lighting to a range of hazardous locations such as confined space areas. A turbine generator that produces the 250-W light is activated by compressed air, with the speed held constant by a differential pressure switch.
TUTHILL ENERGY SYSTEMS
Radius control module
A radius control module (RCM) designed to provide BICSI-recommended minimum bend-radius for sensitive fiber-optic cables assures consistent data transmission in telecommunications and data communications networks, according to company claims. The module's snap-in-place design helps wiring integration efforts and improves productivity. The product line includes three different widths: 3 inches (76 mm), 1.75 inches (44 mm), and 1 inch (25 mm). For a typical cabinet wire egress, the module is designed to snap on to any sheet metal edge up to .104 inches (2.7 mm). Where clip-on edges are non-existent, a perpendicular screw-mounting option accommodates service loops. Several modules may be combined to create service loop configurations; 180° wire loops; and to separate and control wires. The RCM can withstand large bundle loads, and its slotted-side design accommodates stacking of multiple or various lengths.
DEVICE TECHNOLOGIES INC.
Elevation drawings software
RackTools v.1.01 is a software program that lets you create detailed elevation drawings of racks and enclosures. Update the program via the Internet as often as you like, and download the most current information-including new product images, prices, part numbers, and related accessories. The software, which requires Visio, lets you "drag-and-drop" the company's components into systems drawings to create proposal and layout drawings. Visio shapes for networking equipment can also be included, making it possible to create complete drawings of configured racks and enclosures.
Structured cabling system
Designed to perform to the proposed Category 6 Draft 7 standard, the GigaBand system consists of jacks, patch panels, and patch cords. When these products are used with approved horizontal cabling, up to 20-dB attenuation-to-crosstalk ratio (ACR) headroom is achieved through the four-connection channel. The system is interoperable with other manufacturer's products and offers backward compatibility. Its modular jacks are designed with two additional contacts to ensure functionality, and feature a design offering strain relief for the cable. Rear cable managers also provide cable strain relief. Compatible patch cords feature molded-over plugs that prevent the cable from being snagged when drawn through cable management bars or cable runs. These patch cords also feature a snap-on label clamp that enables individual patch cord labels to be used and protected. The labels can be printed using the company's labeling software and a thermal transfer printer for marking.