OFFICERS' DISABILITY AND SUPPLEMENTAL PENSION PLAN
In order to provide additional retirement benefits for those key Officers of Crouse-Hinds Company (the
"Company") whose anticipated pension under the Company's qualified pension plan is deemed not to be
commensurate with their current earnings or responsibilities because of insufficient tenure or governmental
regulations, and in order to provide disability benefits to such Officers, if necessary, the Board of Directors has
authorized the establishment of this OFFICERS' DISABILITY AND SUPPLEMENTAL PENSION PLAN
(the "Plan") to provide as follows:
The Participants in the Plan shall be Officers of the Company elected to office by the Board of Directors and
domiciled in the United States who have completed at least five (5) years of employment as an Officer of the
Company (hereinafter referred to as "Participants").
2. Normal Retirement
A Participant who retires at any time on or after the last day of the month in which occurs such Participant's 65th
birthday (such Participant's "Normal Retirement Date") shall be entitled to an annual retirement pension payable
monthly (on the 15th day of each month) in the form of a life annuity equal to 50% of such Participant's final
average earnings, reduced in any year by the sum of (a) any benefit to which such Participant is entitled under the
Company's qualified pension plan and (b) primary Social Security benefits payable to such Participant.
3. Post-Retirement Death Benefit
In the event of a retired Participant's death, there shall be payable monthly to such
Participant's surviving spouse, if any, but only for as long as such spouse shall remain unmarried, an annual death
benefit in the form of a life annuity in an amount equal to 75% of the annual benefit to which the Participant was
entitled under Paragraph 1 hereof prior to death.
Except in the case of each spouse of an Officer of the Company who was such a spouse on August 1, 1978,