Cable sleeves are a durable solution to keep wires and cables identified in challenging conditions. Applying a cable sleeve to hundreds of cables is quite time-consuming. Brady offers the new BSP™45 Automated Sleeve Applicator to increase cable sleeve application speed and to reduce application cost.
Imagine important machinery, power or business systems are down because of one damaged cable hidden in a thick bundle. Singling it out manually would cost a lot of time when time is critical. A simple, yet durable cable identification label at regular intervals helps to have important systems back up a lot faster.
Electrical contractors buying new test equipment now have a great opportunity to make big savings. For a limited time only Megger is offering a Safe Insulation Test Kit, which includes an MIT220 insulation tester and a TPT320 two-pole tester, for a very special price that is around 40% lower than the price of the two instruments purchased separately. As an added bonus, a protective hard carrying case, which will accommodate both instruments, is also included at no extra cost.
Fulham’s Workhorse Extreme LED drivers are IP65 rated, have integrated surge protection and come in 6 models from 40W to 200W. Each feature variable output current for ultimate flexibility in matching light source characteristics. Depending on the model, the drivers come in either very compact or linear case type.
Wieland Electric is expanding its range of industrial network solutions with the introduction of the wienet UMS 8-4PoE-W Ethernet switch. The switch has eight Fast Ethernet ports, four of which are PoE capable with an injector function. wienet UMS 8-4PoE-W switches are ideally suited for use with network devices that require little power, for example IP cameras. The joint transfer of energy and data on an Ethernet cable simplifies installation and reduces the cost of the network.
January 2017 LED Eco Lights today announced products from its Goodlight LED lighting range have been approved for use across Transport for London’s network in both Section 12 and non-Section 12 areas, such as the tube, rail and bus stations, depots and bus shelters (officially listed on the London Underground’s Approved Product Register).