Advanced Electrical Solutions

Wise, Mike
July 2001
Chain Store Age;Jul2001, Vol. 77 Issue 7, p156
Trade Publication
Discusses the factors which should be considered by retail store owners when planning to install an integrated electrical and communications control system. Advantages of an integrated control system; Total functionality of the system; Control and monitoring functions of the system.


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