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Day: March 12, 2014

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New money-saving installation tester kits

Fluke, the world leader in compact professional test tools, is offering three money-saving 1652/3/4-TPOLEKIT installation tester kits with a free cabinet key in a promotion until 28 June 2014. The kits combine either a Fluke 1652C Installation Tester with a Fluke T110

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Guide to hazardous areas

E2S Warning Signals has published a new Guide for Hazardous Areas which is available as a free download from its website. The guide has been put together with specifiers and hazardous area engineers in mind with matrix tables that enable fast cross-referencing

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Atex fans: Let’s clear the air

Explosive atmospheres can be generated by a number of manufacturing processes. As of July 1st 2003, it has been mandatory, under European law, that any equipment used in a potentially explosive atmosphere must conform to specific ATEX safety standards. Axair can help

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Flexible, energy-saving dimming control

New from Sunpower, the DAP-04 DALI to PWM converter answers the increasing demand for DALI control within LED lighting applications. The DAP-04 has a DALI input that can accept data from a remote IEC62386-101, 102 or 207 compliant DALI controller, and four

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340 page enclosures catalogue available

Enclosure specialist ETA Enclosures has published a new general enclosures catalogue which provides a valuable resource of product information along with a complete section on technical information.

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Achieving cost-effective, scalable UPS solutions at the megawatt level

Rapidly growing demand for data capacity means that data centre power requirements are increasingly reaching megawatt rather than kilowatt levels. In this article, Kenny Green, Technical Support Manager at Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd, a Kohler company looks at how UPS providers can

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Protecting critical energy supplies

Ensuring electricity supplies can be managed and maintained effectively is a key factor when planning distribution systems for critical infrastructure. Don Innis, Sales Manager at Lucy Switchgear looks at the considerations facing developers. For all organisations where electricity supplies are critical, for

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J&K Ross: Powerteam high flying investment offers protection

Northern Ireland construction company, Powerteam, is flying high with its latest investment of £200k in top-of-the-range protective clothing for its workforce as the company responsible for making the garments also makes clothing for military pilots, including the Red Arrows. Managing Director of Powerteam, which

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Siemens – the original manufacturer of Reyrolle equipment

Extending the life of existing switchgear up to 25 years Since the acquisition of Reyrolle in  2005, Siemens continues to support the Reyrolle installed base globally from Reyrolle’s original site at Hebburn in the North East of England. An unrivalled portfolio of

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