All In Electrical
The smart home market’s growth means more electricians entering the low-voltage industry and partnering with CE pros. That’s a good thing!
Pete Baker · November 22, 2019
Two bills in the Texas legislature would require any wiring carrying more than 50 watts to be pulled by a licensed electrician only. UPDATE: Both bills stuck in committee as Texas legislature adjourned.
Jason Knott · June 24, 2019
Leviton’s new IoT Load Center is a circuit box with snap-in breakers (no rewiring necessary) and Wi-Fi connectivity for remote monitoring, diagnostics and control via Leviton smart-home app.
Julie Jacobson · March 25, 2019
Smart switches, energy storage, electrical vehicles, clean energy management are all intersecting in the smart home. Integrators can no longer ignore the inevitable need for a line voltage component to their business. Am I wrong?
Jason Knott · February 19, 2019
The modular electrical outlet called Swidget promises compatibility with any smart-home system, along with Wi-Fi, Z-Wave and ZigBee.
Chelsea Cafiero · July 27, 2017
Nearly half of electricians (47%) are worried about finding skills staff over the next five to 10 years as rapid rates of retirement affect the industry, according to Klein Tools study.
Jason Knott · November 17, 2016
Study by Klein Tools shows strong uptick in electricians working on ‘high-tech’ commercial projects and ‘home technology’ installations in 2016, as growing unrest from the recession still lingers in the field with 42% looking to move into related fields, including IT.
Jason Knott · June 22, 2016