Resource pages for "Eaton"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Facility executives should consider these strategies to keep critical IT infrastructure up and running through the unpredictability of hurricane season.
Redesigned PredictPulse remote monitoring and management service for connected power infrastructure offers a completely new user experience for web browsers and mobile devices.
The acquisition positions Signify to expand its growth in the North American lighting market.
Eaton is working with utilities to fortify the grid against the wildfire threats.
From hurricanes to wildfires to tornadoes, disasters can leave facilities exposed to a range of electrical safety issues. This roundtable with several industry experts provides insight.
Ephesus Sports Lighting has been named an official partner of Triple-A Baseball for the 2019 season.
Power Xpert XGIS is a gas-insulated switchgear designed to provide powerful advantages in safety and reliability for critical power applications.
With the island experiencing a full power outage, Rhodium Group reports that more than 3.4 billion hours of electricity have been lost on the island.
With this collaboration, the company will bring its connected lighting expertise to critical smart city stakeholders.
The new partnership will deliver connected lighting for smart commercial and industrial buildings, rapidly accelerating adoption of the Internet of Things.
Eaton's Ephesus LED lighting systems for sports facilities have been installed in stadiums in Minneapolis, Atlanta, and Miami.
The SPC Series is a line of configurable surge protectors for safe, robust protection of critical equipment.
Using counterfeit electrical products in any environment can result in a higher risk for failure or malfunction. This infographic from Eaton shows five segments where product performance is especially critical.
Summer safety checklist for educational institutions helps electrical professionals maintain a safe environment by avoiding counterfeit electrical products. Guidelines include what to look for and what actions to take to protect the property, students and staff from the serious health and safety risks counterfeit electrical products pose during the school year.