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Visit CPI at National Electrical Contractors Association Convention in Las Vegas

September 13, 2012

NECA 2012 logoBilled as “the premier expo for the electrical, power, and cabling industry,” it should come as no shock that Chatsworth Products is looking forward to exhibiting at this year’s National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Convention and Trade Show in Las Vegas.

In fact, during the upcoming September 29 – October 2 gathering at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay, CPI is bringing along some of our brightest and best products and solutions (especially in the power management department) to share with electrical contractors at booth 2349, including:

In addition to NECA, it’s a busy fall schedule for Chatsworth Products across the globe, with upcoming planned events such as:

  • 2012 BICSI Fall Conference in Anaheim, CA – September 16-20
  • CPI Data Center Power and Cooling Efficiency Seminars – September 25 (Philadelphia, PA), September 27 (Raleigh, NC), October 23 (San Jose, CA) and October 25 (San Diego, CA)
  • DatacenterDynamics in Mexico City – October 23, featuring a presentation by CPI’s Technical Manager in Latin America, Victor Banuelos, entitled “How Much Containment is Enough?”

Of course, you can always stay in touch with all of CPI’s activities by checking out our online events calendar, complete with interactive features to add specific events to your personal calendars and datebooks. Jeff Cihocki, Global eContent Specialist

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