At Remee, we believe in doing more than merely selling products, we provide solutions to the complex issues in today’s ever changing and fast paced market. Our technical support staff is available to offer installation alternatives and suggestions to meet your individual requirements and of course provide a value solution to meet the most complex budget.

We have put together a few resources to provide information that has proven valuable during our years in business. If you can’t find the solution you are looking for, please don’t hesitate to give us a call – 800.431.3864.

Here are a few industry links for your reference. Bookmark this page as an easy reference.

ETL – ETL Listed Mark – The ETL Listed Mark from Intertek is the fastest growing product certification mark in North America with more than 60,000 product listings.

NEC – NFPA – The authority on building fire and electrical safety

NEMA Wire and Cable Information – The NEMA High Performance Wire and Cable Section develops technical standards and guidelines in four areas: Aerospace Electronics/communication Premise Wiring Shipboard

BICSI – BICSI RCDDs provide end users with a level of assurance and confidence. Established in 1984, RCDDs demonstrate knowledge in the design, integration and implementation of information technology systems (ITS) and related infrastructure components.

UL – Underwriters Laboratories® evaluates wire and cable products under more than 70 different product categories, using more than 30 Standards for Safety.

New York City Fire Alarm Code – Considered the toughest building code for fire alarm cable in the nation.

ABS – American Bureau of Shipping is the leading provider of marine and offshore classification services.

MSHA – Mine Safety and Health Administration is part of the US Department of Labor. It provides information and regulations regarding the safety and health precautions within the mining industry. Additionally, it serves as a resource for education and training within the industry.

CEDIA – CEDIA is the leading global authority in the home
technology industry. They serve the industry professionals who manufacture, design, integrate and install goods and services for the connected home, including educational and certification programs.

NAB – The National Association of Broadcasters is the voice for the nation’s radio and television broadcasters. As the premier trade association for broadcasters, NAB advances the interests of its members in federal government, industry and public affairs; improves the quality and profitability of broadcasting; encourages content and technology innovation; and spotlights the important and unique ways stations serve their communities.

TIA/EIA – The Telecommunications Industry Association  is comprised of individual organizations that, together with the Electronic Industry Association, have agreed on certain data transmission standards, such as TIA/EIA-568.

IEEE 802 Standards – The IEEE Standards Association develops and maintains networking standards and recommended practices for LANs, WANs and other area networks.