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Today we'd like to highlight SSI Employee Rosa.  She has been a key member of the SSI Team since she started here over seven years ago.  We're all celebrating with Rosa as she recently fulfilled a long-time goal of obtaining her U.S. Citizenship.  Below is a transcript of our interview.

We have gone pretty deep in our last several articles on the technical aspects of Solar & Wind. If you have not seen them, take a look at the July and August issues. This final Solar & Wind feature article's focus is on the potential of the industry. If you are involved in the electrical industry, you surely are feeling the impact of the Solar & Wind industries. Take a moment to visit the following site: AE Solar Power News. Here you will find numerous articles ranging from one focusing on the movement of solar into the military to another discussing a solar powered robot developed by MIT for the purpose of cleaning up the Gulf of Mexico.

WHY THEY NEED SURGE PROTECTION AND HOW TO PROPERLY PROTECT THEM EFFICIENTLY...

This is the final segment of a three part series of articles provided specifically to discuss protection of complete lighting systems including Parking Lot & Roadway Lighting, HID, LED & Fluorescent Lighting and Electronic and Digital Lighting Controls. In this segment, we will narrowly focus on the harmful effects of transient activity to electronic and digital lighting controls as well as efficient, proven solutions of available protection that is unknown to many and therefore commonly overlooked.

Lighting Solutions; Interior Incandescent, HID, LED & Fluorescent Lighting -  Why they need Protection and how to Properly Protect them Efficiently

This is segment two of a three part article provided specifically to discuss protection of complete lighting systems including Parking Lot & Roadway, HID, LED & Fluorescent Lighting and Lighting Controls. In this segment, we will narrowly focus on Interior Incandescent, Fluorescent, HID and LED Lighting failures and proven solutions.

The purpose of this article is to help clarify differences between the Voltage Protection Rating (VPR) marking provided as a result of the listing of a Surge Protective Device (SPD) to ANSI/UL 1449-2006 and the results reported from testing an SPD using IEEE Standard C62.62TM -2010 (to be published in 2011, formerly published in 2000) and C62.41.2TM -2002 as Measured Limiting Voltages (MLV).

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