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Day: May 14, 2012

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Prize freeze respite for millions

In the week after British Gas threatened a £130 increase to energy bills. E.On has promised not to raise residential energy prices for its 4.8 million domestic customers for the remainder of 2012. E.On is the only ‘big six’ supplier to commit

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Cat-5E UTP colours now in stock

FS Cables now stock Cat-5E UTP in a range of new colours. In addition to the standard grey sheath, Cat-5E UTP is now available in red, blue, green, yellow and white for easy identification. Tested to 350Mhz, these cables allow transfer of

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External security lighting PIRs

The new Challenger  External  Security Lighting PIRs embrace new technology & are suitable for use with low energy lighting loads.

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AC/DC sensitive residual current monitoring modules

Unexpected operational interruptions and malfunctions often cost organisations time and money, and may have a negative impact on production and delivery dates. Therefore, the ability to detect impending operational interruptions at an early stage is increasingly being given top priority in modern

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M247 moves closer to opening new data centre

M247, the Manchester based Internet infrastructure company with its headquarters in Trafford Park, has today taken delivery of its second electrical substation at a cost of £80k. Installed to power the new M247 data centre which is nearing completion, the substation was

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KNX International Association Awards annonuced

At the world’s largest trade fair for intelligent buildings – light+building 2012 in Germany, the KNX Awards were presented for internationally outstanding home and building control projects based on the KNX standard. The award ceremony was attended by more than 1,500 guests

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