Bulgin has launched a new range of industrial automation components which have been designed to offer flexible connectivity solutions for a variety of rugged automation applications. The M-Series interconnects includes a range of sizes and pin configurations – from 3 to 19 pins – and is designed for use in industries requiring exceptionally reliable and robust connections, from automotive production and machine building to food and beverage processing.

Scolmore continues to expand its successful Inceptor range of integrated lighting products and its latest development brings to market a selection of energy-saving LED bulkheads that have convenience and speed of installation as their key attributes.

The introduction of the IEC 61439 switchgear and control standards has had significant implications for the design and performance of the copper busbar system. 

Combining a tough rugged construction with stylish design, the range of polycarbonate cabinets offer excellent protection for a wide range of equipment such as control panels, keypads, AEDs and other important devices.

The nature of today’s digital economy and the surge in data from connected devices has fuelled the growth of edge data centres, which ensure IT services remain reliable, resilient and available. Schneider Electrictoday released new research into data centre availability and why edge computing sites are having a disproportionate affect on the resilience and reliability of digital IT services.

DILO Armaturen und Anlagen, a specialist manufacturer of SF6 gas handling equipment, has developed a new remote commissioning unit. With the new CommGuard Web device it is possible, for the very first time, to fill gas insulated components, such as porcelain insulators, with SF6 gas to a constant gas density in a controlled and safe way.

The new AQ6374 is the successor to the Yokogawa and ANDO-branded market-leading AQ6315A wideband optical spectrum analyser. Featuring diffraction grating based monochromator technology delivering high-precision measurement performance and accuracy, an enhanced user interface and an air purging feature, the new instrument offers engineers a powerful benchtop tool for general-purpose optical spectrum measurements over the wavelength range from 350 to 1750 nm.

Ever ambitious, the LED Group were hosting a sales and marketing conference to 100 staff on 6 January – kick starting the year with the launch of a new product catalogue and promotional materials.

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