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Triplett 2022 Full Product Line Catalog: Volume 1 Now Available!
Triplett 2022 Full Product Line Catalog: Volume 1 Now Available!

Technician's Journal by Triplett

  • No Network. No Power. No Problem!

    No Network. No Power. No Problem!

    The importance of security surveillance systems is critical for any business or home. We’d like to think everyone is kind, honest and trustworthy but unfortunately in today’s world we know this is not always the case. A home security camera...

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  •  Environmental Particle Counter - (EPC600)

    Using an Environmental Particle Counter and Why it “Counts”!

    The quality of air in the environments that we work and breathe in everyday plays a very important role in many different applications. Throughout this article, I hope to provide a simple, but yet informative look at why an environmental particle counter is needed and what the advantages of the Triplett EPC600 has over some of the other instruments on the market. What does it do? Who needs it? How can it help me?

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  • Using a Laser Meter for Flooring Projects

    Using a Laser Meter for Flooring Projects

    Time to ditch the tape measure and get more accurate results with a Laser Distance Meter. Measuring the room is one of the most important parts of installing flooring. A laser distance meter makes calculating for materials so much easier than...

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  • Using Your Fox and Hound Premium Tone and Probe Kit

    Using Your Fox and Hound Premium Tone and Probe Kit

    Whether the project is detecting faulty wires or tracing network cables, a reliable tone generator (tone) and inductive amplifier (probe) kit is essential to getting the job done. This applies whether you are a network technician, HVAC technician, cable installer, IT professional, electrical contractor, or DIYer. Most standard network tone and probe wiring tracing kits on the market, allow users to trace non-energized wires and cables by sending a signal from one end to another of a wire. These instruments can identify a wire within a bundle, behind wood floors, cement, drywall, metallic vents, air ducts, ceiling tile, and more.
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