Non-Metallic Raceways offer application-specific options.

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BaseTrak® 2-and 3-channel non-metallic raceway systems feature data- or power-only accessibility and T-568 compliant bend radius. For application specific flexibility, offerings include 2-channel BaseTrak and snap-on 2-gang flush box, 3-channel BaseTrak full capacity 1-, 2-, and 3-gang boxes, and 3-channel BaseTrak 1- and 2-gang flush boxes. Impact-resistant, non-conducive design eliminates raceway cutting, and split-cover option is also available.



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New 2-Channel and 3-Channel BaseTrak® Raceways from Hubbell Provide Maximum Capability for Both Power and Data



MILFORD, Conn., July 7, 2005 - Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems introduces 2-Channel and 3-Channel BaseTrak® non-metallic raceway systems for both power and data applications. The new systems also allow data- or power-only accessibility.

Hubbell's large capacity raceways offer the installer or end-user maximum flexibility in choosing the right system for their specific application. Extensive box offerings include: 2-Channel BaseTrak and snap-on 2-gang flush box, 3-Channel BaseTrak full capacity 1-, 2-, and 3-gang boxes, and 3-Channel BaseTrak 1- and 2-gang flush boxes.

With an aesthetically pleasing design that blends with any environment, the impact-resistant, non-conducive systems are easy to install and are available with a new split-cover option. The design eliminates miter cutting the raceway to covers.

The Hubbell systems ensure T-568 compliant bend radius for data cabling featuring 1 1/4" bend radius fittings for cat. 5, 5e and 6 communication cabling including fiber optics.

For more information, contact Hubbell Incorporated (Delaware), Wiring Device-Kellems, 185 Plains Road, Milford, CT 06460, Tel: (203) 882-4800, Fax: (203) 882-4849, or visit: www.hubbell-wiring.com. Wiring Device-Kellems is a division of Hubbell Incorporated (NYSE:HUBA, HUBB) Orange CT, an international manufacturer of quality electrical and electronic products for commercial, industrial, utility and telecommunications markets.

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