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The Cence Blog

Sharing insights on technologies that are making buildings more green and energy efficient. You can also follow us on Medium, or check out our YouTube channel where we cover similar topics.

Electrical Innovation Timeline and Future

Electrical innovation from the beginning, to the future of sustainable electricity use.

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Constant Voltage Vs. Constant Current Drivers For LED Lighting

The truth behind why constant voltage drivers are used in LED lighting applications (when they shouldn't be).

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How DC Lighting Is Taking Over The Lighting Industry

How to reap the benefits of DC lighting with DC power distribution.

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Power over Ethernet Vs. Class 4 Power (CL4) Systems

Breaking down the difference between Power over Ethernet and the latest addition to the NEC: fault managed, Class 4 power systems

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The Best LED Controller For Your Commercial Project

Learn what the best LED controller is for your commercial project, and what to look for in an LED controller.

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How To Power Low-Voltage LED Lighting Efficiently

The ideal power system to maximize the energy efficiency of low-voltage LED lighting is here.

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The Next Big Thing in Energy Efficiency: Fault Managed Power

Will traditional electrical systems be replaced soon? Fault Managed Power (FMP) systems might provide the energy savings to incite a revolution in electricity.

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The Most Efficient Remote Power Systems

Inefficiencies in power delivery are more glaring than ever; it's time to consider what the most efficient remote power system looks like.

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Make Buildings More Efficient With Centralized Power Systems

What does it mean to have a centralized power system, and would it make your building more efficient?

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Cence Brings Buildings Into The Future

We improve the value of commercial and multifamily buildings with an intelligent DC power distribution system that's pain-free to install. It combines the benefits of low-voltage wiring practices with voltage capabilities of up to 450 Volts DC.

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