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Electrical and Lighting Accessories for Jobsites

Accessories are an important aspect to a jobsite lighting plan. From extension cords to new bulbs, you will need to include these little extra costs in your plan so that work doesn’t stop just because there isn’t adequate lighting. You’ll also want to make sure you are always compliant with local, state, and federal requirements.

Some of these accessories come with their own safety considerations, such as extension cords, which can be a tripping hazard. Keep this in mind and make sure to follow applicable safety standards.

Extension Cords

Considering most jobsites are outside or have components of the job that must be done outside, you will need all-weather extension cords to keep the cords from exposure to harsh elements and rough terrain.


Adapters let you connect to various power sources if outlets have a different configuration from your lighting equipment. Adapters can also provide options for mounting your lights.

Portable Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters

A portable ground fault circuit interrupter arms your lighting system with an automatic circuit breaking device to protect your crew from line-to ground faults.

Surge & Power Strips

Surge and power strips will provide an additional level of safety in the event of a power surge, while letting you plug in more lights around an area. You probably have these for other tools, but make sure to have some extras for your lighting equipment.

LED Bulbs

With a lot of systems using LED lights, you’ll want to make sure you have extra bulbs on hand in case one fails. While LEDs do tend to last longer, you don’t want to be unprepared if one reaches the end of its lifespan while you are still working on a project.

Cord Reels

Cord reels make it easy to wrap up at the end of each day or to clean up an area when you are done. There are a wide range of options available when selecting a cord reel, including both manual and retractable models.

Plugs & Connectors

Like any other tools, you’ll need plugs and connectors for your lighting. Consult your lighting plan so you know what your lighting needs are. Have enough gear on hand before you get started, as acquiring these later will almost certainly stop progress for a particular area.
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