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#140773 - 05/02/04 06:31 AM Things are faster on film...
C-H Offline
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I came across a "commercial" for one of those wiring systems. (I don't know what you call them in English, but there are about a million brands and designs. All proprietary, of course.)

Anyway, this way of wiring commercial premises differs a bit from the American way and I thought someone might find it interesting. The clip is in Swedish but I don't think the language matters.

Isn't it amazing how fast they install things in a commercial? I'd like some of that cable that appears of out nowhere, ready for connection in the box...
http://www.schneider-electric.se/boa/flash/install/index.html

(I had trouble creating a link. Please tell me if it doesn't work)
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#140774 - 05/02/04 10:46 AM Re: Things are faster on film...
Bill Addiss Offline
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C-H,

The Link worked fine.
It looks like a nice system. I have a hard time believing that the pieces will fit tightly but slide back and forth as easily as shown.


Bill
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#140775 - 05/03/04 04:36 PM Re: Things are faster on film...
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I call them surface mount raceway.

Like the universal power/data point, not finicky about that lone French/Belgian (was it)power outlet ?
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