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serving the construction industry throughout Southern California. We cater to industrial, commercial,
government, construction, and retail. We work together with the top electrical and lighting manufacturers
to provide our customers with the best quality of electrical supplies. We offer the best prices and a service guaranteed.

All Star Wholesale stocks and sells a full range of electrical and lighting supplies including
motor control, switchgears, wire and cable, conduit and fittings, wiring devices, conduit bodies,
raceway, outlet boxes, lighting, tools, transformers and many more.
All Star Electric Supply provides excellent service to all our customers. Ample parking available
for our “Will Call” customers. Delivery available upon request.

 

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ALL STAR WHOLESALE ELECTRIC

WHOLESALE ELECTRIC SUPPLY & LIGHTING

13810 S. PRAIRIE AVE.
HAWTHORNE, CA 90250
TEL: (424) 236-4492
http://www.allstarwholesaleelectric.com

The most efficient source of electric light is the low-pressure sodium lamp. It produces an almost monochromatic orange light, which severely distorts color perception. For this reason, it is generally reserved for outdoor public lighting usages. Low-pressure sodium lights are favoured for public lighting by astronomers, since the light pollution that they generate can be easily filtered, contrary to broadband or continuous spectra.

Incandescent light bulb

Incandescent light bulb as we know it today, with a coiled filament of tungsten, was commercialized in the 1920s developed from the carbon filament lamp introduced in about 1880. As well as bulbs for normal illumination, there is a very wide range, including low voltage, low-power types often used as components in equipment, but now largely displaced by LEDs

There is currently interest in banning some types of filament lamp in some countries, such as Australia planning to ban standard incandescent light bulbs by 2010, because they are inefficient at converting electricity to light. Sri Lanka has already banned importing filament bulbs because of high use of electricity and less light. Less than 3% of the input energy is converted into usable light. Nearly all of the input energy ends up as heat that, in warm climates, must then be removed from the building by ventilation or air conditioning, often resulting in more energy consumption. In colder climates where heating and lighting is required during the cold and dark winter months, the heat byproduct has at least some value.

Halogen lamp

Halogen lamps are usually much smaller than standard incandescents, because for successful operation a bulb temperature over 200 °C is generally necessary. For this reason, most have a bulb of fused silica (quartz), but sometimes aluminosilicate glass. This is often sealed inside an additional layer of glass. The outer glass is a safety precaution, reducing UV emission and because halogen bulbs can occasionally explode during operation. One reason is if the quartz bulb has oily residue from fingerprints. The risk of burns or fire is also greater with bare bulbs, leading to their prohibition in some places unless enclosed by the luminaire.

Those designed for 12 V or 24 V operation have compact filaments, useful for good optical control, also they have higher efficacies (lumens per watt) and better lives than non halogen types. The light output remains almost constant throughout life.

Fluorescent lamp

Fluorescent lamps have much higher efficacy than filament lamps. For the same amount of light generated, they typically use around one-quarter to one-third the power of an incandescent.

Fluorescents were mostly limited to linear and a round 'Circline' lamp until the 1980s, with other shapes never gaining much popularity. The compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) was commercialized in the early 1980s.

Most CFLs have a built-in electrical ballast and fit into a standard screw or bayonet base. Some make use of a separate ballast so that the ballast and tube can be replaced separately.

Typical average lifetime ratings for linear fluorescent tubes are 10,000 and 20,000 hours, compared to 750 hours (110 V) and 1000 hours (240 V) for filament lamps.

Some types of fluorescent lamp ballast have difficulty starting lamps in very cold conditions, so lights used outdoors in cold climates need to be designed for outdoor use to work reliably.

Fluorescents come in a range of different color temperatures. In some countries cool white (CW) is most popular, while in some, warmer whites predominate.

In America, fluorescents most often come in cool white (CW), with some home bulbs being a warm white (WW), which has a pinkish color. In between there is an "enhanced white" (EW), which is more neutral. There is also a very cold daylight white (DW). Compact fluorescent lamps are usually considered warm white, though many have a yellowish cast like an incandescent. "Warm" and "cool" are entirely relative terms and almost arbitrary so color temperature and the color rendering index (CRI) are used as absolute scales of color for fluorescents, and sometimes for other types of lighting.

LED lamp

Solid state LEDs have been popular as indicator lights since the 1970s. In recent years, efficacy and output have risen to the point where LEDs are now being used in niche lighting applications.

Indicator LEDs are known for their extremely long life, up to 100,000 hours, but lighting LEDs are operated much less conservatively (due to high LED cost per watt), and consequently have much shorter lives.

Due to the relatively high cost per watt, LED lighting is most useful at very low powers, typically for lamp assemblies of under 10 W. LEDs are currently most useful and cost-effective in low power applications, such as nightlights and flashlights. Colored LEDs can also be used for accent lighting, such as for glass objects, and even in fake ice cubes for drinks at parties. They are also being increasingly used as holiday lighting.

LED efficacies vary over a very wide range. Some have lower efficacy than filament lamps, and some significantly higher. LED performance in this respect is prone to being misinterpreted, as the inherent directionality of LEDs gives them a much higher light intensity in one direction per given total light output.

Single color LEDs are well developed technology, but white LEDs at time of writing still have some unresolved issues.

  1. CRI is not particularly good, resulting in less than accurate color rendition.
  2. The light distribution from the phosphor does not fully match the distribution of light from the LED die, so color temperature varies at differing angles.
  3. Phosphor performance degrades over time, resulting in change of color temperature and falling output. With some LEDs degradation can be quite fast.
  4. Limited heat tolerance means that the amount of power packable into a lamp assembly is a fraction of the power usable in a similarly sized incandescent lamp.

LED technology is useful for lighting designers because of its low power consumption, low heat generation, instantaneous on/off control, and in the case of single color LEDs, continuity of color throughout the life of the diode and relatively low cost of manufacture.

In the last few years, software has been developed to merge lighting and video by enabling lighting designers to stream video content to their LED fixtures, creating low resolution video walls.

For general domestic lighting, total cost of ownership of LED lighting is still much higher than for other well established lighting types.

Carbon arc lamp

Carbon arc lamps consist of two carbon rod electrodes in open air, supplied by a current-limiting ballast. The electric arc is struck by touching the rods then separating them. The ensuing arc heats the carbon tips to white heat. These lamps have higher efficacy than filament lamps, but the carbon rods are short lived and require constant adjustment in use. The lamps produce significant ultra-violet output, they require ventilation when used indoors, and due to their intensity they need protecting from direct sight.

Carbon arc lamps operate at high powers, and had high efficacy compared to other pre-1920s light sources. They also are a point source of light. These properties made them ideally suited to search lights, follow spots and film projector lights.

Their need for ongoing attendance and adjustment, and frequent rod replacement made them ill suited to general lighting, though they were used for high power lighting in the years when nothing else with comparable output power existed. Carbon arcs fell out of use even for niche applications during and after World War 2.

Discharge lamp

A discharge lamp has a glass or silica envelope containing two metal electrodes separated by a gas. Gases used include, neon, argon, xenon, sodium, metal halide, and mercury.

The core operating principle is much the same as the carbon arc lamp, but the term 'arc lamp' is normally used to refer to carbon arc lamps, with more modern types of gas discharge lamp normally called 'discharge lamps'.

With some discharge lamps, very high voltage is used to strike the arc. This requires an electrical circuit called an igniter, which is part of the ballast circuitry. After the arc is struck, the internal resistance of the lamp drops to a low level, and the ballast limits the current to the operating current. Without a ballast, excess current would flow, causing rapid destruction of the lamp.

Some lamp types contain a little neon, which permits striking at normal running voltage, with no external igniter circuitry. Low pressure sodium lamps operate this way.

The simplest ballasts are just an inductor, and are chosen where cost is the deciding factor, such as street lighting. More advanced electronic ballasts may be designed to maintain constant light output over the life of the lamp, may drive the lamp with a square wave to maintain completely flicker-free output, and shut down in the event of certain faults. These more complex ballasts are chosen in the film industry for example.

Lamp life expectancy

Life expectancy is defined as the number of hours of operation for a lamp until 50% of them fail. This means that it is possible for some lamps to fail after a short amount of time and for some to last significantly longer than the rated lamp life. This is an average (median) life expectancy. Production tolerances as low as 1% can create a variance of 25% in lamp life. For LEDs, lamp life is when 50% of lamps have lumen output drop to 70% or less.

Lamps are also sensitive to switching cycles. The rapid heating of a lamp filament or electrodes when a lamp is turned on is the most stressful event on the lamp. Most test cycles have the lamps on for 3 hours and then off for 20 minutes. (Some standard had to be used since it is unknown how the lamp will be used by consumers.) This switching cycle repeats until the lamps fail and the data is recorded. If switching is increased to only 1 hour on, the lamp life is usually reduced because the number of times the lamp has been turned on has increased. Rooms with frequent switching (bathroom, bedrooms, etc.) can expect much shorter lamp life than what is printed on the box.

 

Ballasts & Transformers
ACME ELECTRIC
DELTONA LIGHTING PRODUCTS
FULLHAM CO., INC.
IOTA ENGINEERING
LIGHTING & POWER SOURCE
MATRA TRANSFORMER
Q-TRAN INC.
SQUARE D
UNIVERSAL LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
ADVANCE TRANSFORMER CO.
FEDERAL PACIFIC
HOWARD INDUSTRIES
JEFFERSON ELECTRIC
MAGNETEK
MGM TRANSFORMER COMPANY
ROBERTSON
TECHNOMAGNET INC.



Boxes
ARLINGTON INDUSTRIES
BENNER NAWMAN INC.
BOWERS ( T & B )
BWF / M. STEPHENS MANUFACTURING
CARSON INDUSTRIES
LEW ELECTRIC FITTING CO.
MULBERRY METAL PRODUCTS
RACO INC.
TAYMAC CORPORATION
UMI UNITED MFG. INDUSTRIES, INC.
WIRE GUARD SYSTEMS, INC.
BELL ELECTRIC
B-LINE SYSTEMS
BROOKS PRODUCTS
CARLON
JENSEN PRECAST
MILBANK MANUFACTURING CO.
ORBIT INDUSTRIES
SMART BOX, INC.
THEPITT
WALKER
WIREMOLD


Cable
ARROW WIRE & CABLE, INC.
BELDEN WIRE
ENCORE WIRE LIMITED
GENERAL CABLE
MANHATTAN CABLE DESIGN TECH.
PRIORITY WIRE & CABLE INC.
SENATOR WIRE
TRIANGLE WIRE & CABLE
BEACH WIRE & CABLE
COLEMAN CABLE
ESSEX GROUP, INC.
HOUSTON WIRE & CABLE COMPANY
PRIME WIRE & CABLE
ROME CABLE CORPORATION
SOUTHWIRE
U.S.A. WIRE & CABLE, INC.


Cable Management
3M PRODUCTS
AMERICAN CABLE SYSTEMS
BUCHANAN CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS
CADDY
MINERALLAC
PW WESTERN, INC.
A & G MANUFACTURING
ARLINGTON INDUSTRIES
CABLE MANAGEMENT DIVISION
ERICO - CADDY
MWS
WIREMOLD


Conduit & Fittings
AFC CABLE SYSTEMS
ALLIED TUBE & CONDUIT
ARLINGTON INDUSTRIES
CADDY
CANTEX
ELECTRIC SWITCHES, INC.
HOMAC COMPANIES
INDALEX
LTV COPPERWELD
MINERALLAC
NEER MANUFACTURING CO., INC.
OCAL INCORPORATED
POWER STRUT
RACO INC.
REMKE INDUSTRIES, INC.
THOMAS & BETTS
ALFLEX CORPORATION
AMERICAN FITTINGS
BRIDGEPORT FITTINGS
CAL PIPE
CONDUIT PIPE PRODUCTS
ERICO - CADDY
ILSCO
KAF-TECH INC.
MIDWEST ELECTRIC PRODUCTS, INC.
MYERS POWER PRODUCTS, INC.
NSI INDUSTRIES
PICOMA INDUSTRIES
PW EAGLE / PW PIPE
REGAL FITTINGS
ROBROY INDUSTRIES
WESTERN TUBE AND CONDUIT


Fans & Heaters
BEVERLY HILLS FAN COMPANY
CADET MANUFACTURING COMPANY
MARKEL PRODUCTS
PANAMEX GROUP, INC.
TPI CORPORATION
BROAN
FANTECH
NUTONE
PANASONIC COMPANY



Fiber Optic
3M PRODUCTS
FIBERSTARS
REMEE PRODUCTS CORPORATION
CARLON
LEVITON



Fire Stopping
3M PRODUCTS
DOTTIE COMPANY


Lamps
AH LIGHTING
CANDEX LIGHTING
EYE LIGHTING INTERNATIONAL
GE LIGHTING
OSRAM - SYLVANIA
PEC LAMP USA INCORPORATION
SATCO PRODUCTS, INC.
SUPREME
THHC LIGHTING
USPAR ENTERPRISES INC.
WESTINGHOUSE LIGHTING
BULBRITE INDUSTRIES, INC.
ENERTRON TECHNOLOGIES INC.
FEIT ELECTRIC COMPANY
GE LIGHTING SYSTEMS, INC.
PANASONIC COMPANY
PHILIPS LAMPS
SUNRAY LIGHTING INC.
TCP - TECHNICAL CONSUMER PRODUCTS
USHIO AMERICA, INC.
VENTURE LIGHTING



Lighting
2ND AVENUE DESIGN
AAMSCO LIGHTING, INC.
ACTIVE SAFETY CORPORATION
ADVENT LIGHTING CORPORATION
AH LIGHTING
ALADDIN LIGHT LIFT, INC.
ALKCO LIGHTING
AMERICAN ELECTRIC LIGHTING
AMERICAN GLASS LIGHT CO.
AMERON POLE PRODUCTS
ARCHITECTURAL AREA LIGHTING
ARCHITECTURAL LANDSCAPE LIGHTING
ARDRON - MACKIE LIMITED
ARK LIGHTING
ARTEMUS LIGHTING CO.
ASTRALITE INC.
B.E.L. BELL EFFICIENCY LIGHTING
BARBICAN PRODUCTS LTD.
BEGA
BELFER
BEVERLY HILLS FAN COMPANY
BIG BEAM EMERGENCY SYSTEMS
B-K LIGHTING
BOYD LIGHTING
BRUCK LIGHTING
C.W. COLE & COMPANY, INC.
CARPENTER INC.
CHLORIDE SYSTEMS
COLUMBIA LIGHTING
CONDAZ
CONTRAST LIGHTING
COPPERMOON INCORPORATED
CORELITE
CRESCENT LIGHTING
D.M. LIGHTING
D'AC LIGHTING
DAVIS MULLER LIGHTING
DELRAY LIGHTING, INC.
DESIGNPLAN LIGHTING, INC.
DMF LIGHTING
DREAMSCAPE LIGHTING MFG., INC.
DURAGUARD PRODUCTS, INC.
E.L.A.
EDISON PRICE LIGHTING
ELECTRO-ELF
ELLIPTIPAR, INC.
EMERGI-LITE
ENGINEERED PRODUCTS COMPANY
EVENLITE INC.
EXCELINE
EXITRONIX
FINELITE
FOCAL POINT
FONTANA ARTE
FSC FLUORESCENT SUPPLY CO., INC.
GARDCO EMCO
GREENLEE LIGHTING
HADCO BRONZELITE
HEVILITE INC.
HUBBELL LIGHTING
HYDREL LIGHTING
ILLUMINATING EXPERIENCES
INFINITY LIGHTING, INC.
INTENSE LIGHTING
JANMAR LIGHTING
KENALL MANUFACTURING COMPANY
KIM LIGHTING
KURT VERSEN
LAMAR LIGHTING COMPANY, INC.
LEDALITE
LEUCOS USA, INC.
LIGHTALARMS ELECTRONICS CORP.
LIGHTING CONTROL & DESIGN, INC.
LIGHTOLIER
LIGHTWAY INDUSTRIES
LITE CONTROL
LITE TOUCH
LITHONIA LIGHTING
LOS ANGELES LIGHTING MFG. CO.
LSI INDUSTRIES INC.
LUMARK
LUMEC LIGHTING
LUMIERE LIGHTING
LUMINEX LIGHTING
LURALINE
McGRAW-EDISON
METALUX
MODULAR INTERNATIONAL INC.
MORRIS KURTZON, INC.
MULE EMERGENCY LIGHTING
NEO-RAY
NIGHTSCAPING LIGHTING
NORAL LIGHTING
NULITE
OMEGA
ORGATECH / OMEGALUX
PATHWAY LIGHTING
PEERLESS LIGHTING
PLC LIGHTING
PORTFOLIO
PRIMA LIGHTING CORPORATION
PRISMA ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING
PRUDENTIAL LIGHTING
RAB LIGHTING
REGENT ELECTRIC CORPORATION
REX LIGHTING CORPORATION
ROBERTS STEP-LITE SYSTEMS
RSA LIGHTING
SCIENTIFIC LIGHTING PRODUCTS
SENSORSWITCH INCORPORATED
SILTRON
SISTEMALUX LIGHTING
SPAULDING LIGHTING
SPERO LIGHTING
SPJ LIGHTING INC.
STARFIRE LIGHTING
STERNER LIGHTING
SURE-LITES PRODUCT CO., INC.
TANGO LIGHTING
TECH LIGHTING
TERON LIGHTING, INC.
THOMAS LIGHTING
TIVOLI LIGHTING
TOKISTAR LIGHTING, INC.
TRANSLITE SONOMA
U.S. ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES INC.
USA ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING
VANTAGE
VISTA LANDSCAPE
W.A.C. LIGHTING
WELLMADE
WIDE-LITE
YORKLITE EMERGENCY LIGHTING
ZUMTOBEL STAFF LIGHTING, INC.
A.L.P. LIGHTING COMPONENTS, INC.
ABOLITE LIGHTING
ADJUSTA - POST MFG. CO.
AF LIGHTING
AIREY - THOMPSON CO.
ALERA LIGHTING
AMERICAN - DE ROSA LAMPARTS, INC.
AMERICAN FLUORESCENT CORPORATION
AMERICAN LIGHTING
ANTIQUE STREET LAMPS
ARCHITECTURAL CATHODE LIGHTING INC.
ARDEE LIGHTING, INC.
AREA LIGHTING RESEARCH, INC.
ARTEMIDE
ASL AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC LIGHTING
AXIS LIGHTING
BALDINGER ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING
BARTCO LIGHTING, INC.
BEGHELLI, INC.
BETA LIGHTING
BIEBER LIGHTING CORPORATION
BIRCHWOOD LIGHTING, INC.
BODINE COMPANY
BROWNLEE LIGHTING, INC.
C.E.W. LIGHTING, INC.
CAPRI
CELESTIAL LIGHTING
COLOR KINETICS DISTRIBUTION, INC.
CONCEALITE EMERGENCY LIGHTING
CONSERVATION TECHNOLOGY, LTD.
COOPER LIGHTING
CORBETT LIGHTING
CORONA LIGHTING, INC.
CSL CREATIVE SYSTEMS LIGHTING
DABMAR LIGHTING, INC.
DANALITE
DAY-BRITE
DELTA LIGHTING SYSTEMS, INC.
DEVINE LIGHTING
DOUGLAS LIGHTING CONTROLS
DUAL-LITE
DYNAMIC LIGHTING, INC.
ECLIPSE LIGHTING, INC.
ELCO LIGHTING
ELITE LIGHTING
EMCO LIGHTING
ENGINEERED LIGHTING PRODUCTS
EUREKA LIGHTING
EVERGREEN LIGHTING
EXIDE ELECTRONICS
FAIL-SAFE
FLOS USA INC.
FOCUS INDUSTRIES, INC.
FORECAST
GAMMALUX SYSTEMS
GE LIGHTING
H.E. WILLIAMS
HALO LIGHTING
HIGHLITES
HUNZA LIGHTING USA INC.
IDAHO WOOD
INDY LIGHTING
INSIGHT LIGHTING INC.
ISOLITE
JUNO LIGHTING, INC.
KICHLER LIGHTING GROUP
KIRLIN CO.
LAM LIGHTING SYSTEMS
LAMPAS
LEGION LIGHTING CO., INC.
LIGHT - PROJECT INT'L. INC.
LIGHTECH INC.
LIGHTNING BUG, LTD.
LIGHTS OF AMERICA
LINEAR LIGHTING CORP.
LITE SOURCE INC.
LITELAB
LITON LIGHTING
LOUIS POULSEN
LUCIFER LIGHTING COMPANY
LUMAX INDUSTRIES, INC.
LUMENTON LIGHTING
LUMINAIRE LIGHTING CORPORATION
LUMUX LIGHTING
MANNING LIGHTING, INC.
McPHILBEN
MIDWEST CHANDELIER
MOLDCAST LIGHTING
MP LIGHTING
MUSCO LIGHTING
NESSEN LIGHTING
NORA LIGHTING
NORTH STAR LIGHTING
NULUX
ORBIT INDUSTRIES
PARAMOUNT INDUSTRIES, INC.
PCI LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEMS
PHOENIX LIGHTING
PMC LIGHTING INC.
PRESCOLITE LIGHTING
PRIMUS LIGHTING INC.
PROGRESS LIGHTING
QUALITY LIGHTING
RADIANT LIGHTING SOLUTIONS
REGGIANI USA INC. ILLUMINATION
RIG-A-LITE
ROCKSCAPES
SATCO PRODUCTS, INC.
SE'LUX
SHAPER LIGHTING
SIMKAR
SLI LIGHTING
SPECTRUM LIGHTING
SPI LIGHTING INC.
SPORTLITE, INC.
STERNBERG VINTAGE LIGHTING
STONCO
SYLVAN DESIGNS, INC.
TARGETTI LIGHTING
TECHLIGHT
TEXAS FLUORESCENT
TIMES SQUARE LIGHTING
TMS LIGHTING
TRANS GLOBE LIGHTING
TROY-CSL LIGHTING
US POLE COMPANY, INC.
USPAR ENTERPRISES INC.
VISA LIGHTING
VISTA LIGHTING
W.F. HARRIS LIGHTING, INC.
WENDELIGHTING
WINONA LIGHTING
ZANEEN LIGHTING



Low Voltage
3M PRODUCTS
DOTTIE COMPANY
WIRE GUARD SYSTEMS, INC.
COLEMAN CABLE
IDEAL INDUSTRIES



Miscellaneous
BRK ELECTRONICS
EDWARDS SIGNALING
E-MON CORPORATION
EZ - REEL
GRAHAM COMPANY
KING INNOVATION
LITTELFUSE
McGILL
NCI PRODUCTS
PLYMOUTH RUBBER CO.
RAYOVAC
TOUCHPLATE LIGHTING CONTROLS
WALKER
X-10 ( USA ) INC.
BUSSMANN
ELECTRI-FLEX COMPANY
EVEREADY BATTERY COMPANY
FIREX SMOKE DETECTORS
KAY INDUSTRIES
KING LUMINAIRE COMPANY INC.
MAPLE CHASE
MORRIS PRODUCTS INC.
ORBIT INDUSTRIES
PORCELAIN PRODUCTS
SELECTA SWITCH
WAGO CORPORATION
WHITE METAL PRODUCTS, INC.



Power Protection
3M PRODUCTS
WIREMOLD


Racks & Enclosures
B-LINE SYSTEMS
GS METALS


Security
3M PRODUCTS
DOTTIE COMPANY
WIRE GUARD SYSTEMS, INC.
COLEMAN CABLE
IDEAL INDUSTRIES



Switch Gear & Controls
CIRCLE AW
MILBANK MANUFACTURING CO.
PICO ELECTRICALEQUIPMENT, INC.
TELEMECANIQUE
CONNECTICUT ELECTRIC
MYERS POWER PRODUCTS, INC.
SQUARE D



Testers
3M PRODUCTS
ETCON CORPORATION
GREENLEE TEXTRON
AMPROBE INSTRUMENTS
FLUKE ELECTRONICS



Time Clocks
INTERMATIC
PRECISION
PARAGON ELECTRIC COMPANY
TORK INC.


Tools
ALADDIN LIGHT LIFT, INC.
COBRA TOOLS, INC.
GB ELECTRICAL INC.
IDEAL INDUSTRIES
KLEIN TOOLS
LENOX AMERICAN SAW & MFG. COMPANY
PANASONIC COMPANY
WERNER
AMPROBE INSTRUMENTS
FLUKE ELECTRONICS
GREENLEE TEXTRON
JAMERCO INC.
KNOPP INC.
MILWAUKEE ELECTRIC TOOL CORP.
SEATEK CO. INC.



Variable Freq. Drives
MAGNETEK


Wire & Cord
ALCAN CABLE BUILDING WIRE PRDT
ARROW WIRE & CABLE, INC.
BELDEN WIRE
CERRO WIRE & CABLE CO.
ENCORE WIRE LIMITED
ESSEX GROUP, INC.
HOUSTON WIRE & CABLE COMPANY
PRIME WIRE & CABLE
ROME CABLE CORPORATION
TRIANGLE WIRE & CABLE
AMERICAN INSULATED WIRE CORP.
BEACH WIRE & CABLE
CAROL CABLE COMPANY WEST
CME WIRE & CABLE
EXCEL WIRE & CABLE CO.
GENERAL CABLE
MANHATTAN CABLE DESIGN TECH.
PRIORITY WIRE & CABLE INC.
SOUTHWIRE
U.S.A. WIRE & CABLE, INC.


Wiring Devices
BELL ELECTRIC
EAGLE ELECTRIC
LEVITON
LUTRON ELECTRONIC CO. INC.
NOVITAS, INC.
PRESCOLITE LIGHTING
UNENCO ELECTRONICS
BRYANT ELECTRIC
ELECTRONIC THEATRE CONTROLS, INC.
LIGHTOLIER
MYTECH CORPORATION
PASS & SEYMOUR LEGRAND
PW WIRING SYSTEMS
WATTSTOPPER

     
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