Convia-Enabled Wiremold System by Legrand/Wiremold

April 13, 2011

Intelligent energy management and control.

The Convia-enabled Wiremold system is an entirely new approach to energy management.  It is comprised of two scalable, "plug-and-play" components: a modular Wiremold power infrastructure and Convia energy control and management.   

The backbone of the Convia-enabled Wiremold system is Walkerflex modular wiring located above the ceiling or in an access floor.  Power runs from the electrical closet to a modular distribution box that has from 4 to 12 connection points that accept modular cable sets.  These cables are available in 3- to 10-wire configurations in either 10 AWG or 12 AWG.  The system is UL listed in the U.S and Canada for 120V/208V and 277V/480V and 20A.  Cable connectors feature pin alignment for a tight, worry-free connection.

A Convia-enabled Wiremold system may contribute up to 42 LEED points for LEED NC and 31 LEED points for LEED CI construction projects.  The U.S.  Green Building Council recommends that project leaders refer to their Rating System checklist for all possible points and contributions

For more information on the Convia-enabled Wiremold system, visit www.legrand.us/

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