Plug strip

Plug strip

An assembly of wire receptacle outlets. They are uniformly spaced and mounted in a metal strip enclosure for fastening to a wall. One such device is called wiremold.
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The deployed APS had a manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) of $120 per plug strip. However, there are advanced plug strips on the market that incorporate these technologies and have an MSRP of approximately $20 to $60, although these less expensive APSs typically do not provide submetering capability.
A plug strip for tree lights is built in along the rear edge of the stand.
Photo: Appliance garage behind bifold doors has plug strip along back wall
E/E uses include plug connectors, plug strips, and housings.
The study also advised that once plug strips have been implemented, checkups should be done to ensure that occupants haven't reverted to their previous behaviors.
By broadening the flexibility of interoperable devices within the home area network, LockState, maker of door locks, plug strips, thermostats and cameras, can help electric utilities offer consumers more ways to save energy, and to participate in demand response programs, particularly during peak periods.
A plug and gasket cost less than $2, so having a replacement is more than worth it if a plug strips while you're in the field.
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Additional features include dust and moisture protection, cooling systems, cable management systems, hard-mounting, and electrical plug strips.
"This still requires behavior intervention in terms of showing occupants the plug strips and explaining what they do, but the technology supports their actions," says Foster Porter.