The sixth annual Utility Products Conference & Exposition (UPCE) will be held Jan. 28-30, 2014, at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio. Sponsored by Utility Products magazine, UPCE will bring you the opportunity to increase your product knowledge and network by bringing together buyers and sellers.
This issue of Utility Products magazine brings you products that received the highest reader response in 2013. While all the products featured in each issue are useful and relevant to your industry, some attract more attention than others. See which products featured in the magazine caught readers' eyes.
To stay competitive in the current technology landscape, businesses are mobilizing-and at a rapid rate. Tablets are no longer simply personal accessories, but a staple of the workplace.
Industrial-grade weather sensors automatically relay climactic conditions into the grid nerve system to facilitate smart grid operations.
Poor voltage quality is a hidden expense that often goes undetected until costly failures occur
Every day, contractors, municipalities and utilities excavate for installation of underground facilities or must locate existing pipes, cables and lines for maintenance and repairs within substations.
It was senior day for Notre Dame, the last regular season football game of 1975. There were only 27 seconds remaining on the game clock, and the scoreboard reflected the game was all but over.
The sixth annual Utility Products Conference & Exposition (UPCE), which takes place Jan. 28-30, 2014, in San Antonio, will bring you everything a utility worker needs to do the job-the latest products, demonstrations, training and more.
Keep up-to-date with the latest news and articles from some of the prominent utility product companies and resources.
AEP’s Meter Socket Jumper offers a safe and easy means of bypassing a meter socket. The Socket Jumper can be used with either Ringless or Ring style Meters.
AE Product’s Meter Socket Converter (CNV) converts various Meter Forms to fit the desired application. 14S, 15S or 16S Socket to accept 2S Meter. Optional features available.
AEP’s Service Disconnect Adapter disconnects customer load but maintains power to the electronic meter. The meter maintains reading and communications links for AMR/AMI operations while only disabling the load side.