IEEE and the IEEE Standards Association have released the 2017 National Electrical Safety Code (NESC). The NESC is the authoritative code for ensuring the continued practical safeguarding of persons and utility facilities during the installation, operation, and maintenance of electric supply and communication facilities. Some impactful changes to the code include revised requirements for substation impenetrable fences, required consideration of Aeolian vibration for conductors, changes to accommodate new industry insulator ratings, as well as revisions to the rules in Part 4 that align with changes made to 29 CFR by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Neutrik AG Announces the Launch of NEUTRIK® MINEA, a Milan Certified Audio Module
Charlotte, NC – December 2020… Neutrik AG is pleased to announce the launch of the first Milan®-certified audio module. In February 2020, Neutrik announced the development of Milan audio...
Indoor restaurant chooses d&b for outdoor concert venue.
ASHEVILLE, NC (December 3, 2020)—Number Thirty-Eight in Denver is taking its indoor bar and restaurant outdoors. Co-owners Spencer Fronk and Andrew Palmquist, both Denver natives have been planning the...
Southwire Turns to Enplug to Help Manage Employee Communications
uses Enplug to manage employee communications across its corporate headquarters, manufacturing plants, customer service centers and regional sales offices
Famous Artists Limited Illuminates ‘An Immersive Christmas Carol’ in the Heart of Vancouver with Epson LightScene Projectors
Nine Epson LightScenes Fill Victorian House to Bring the Holiday Tale to Life LOS ALAMITOS, Calif. – Dec. 2, 2020 – As the season of joy approaches and communities...
New York’s Sound Co-op Reimagines Production Mixing in the COVID Era with Lectrosonics
“Relying on each other in a deeper way means we rely on our equipment in a deeper way.”