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Day: June 6, 2014

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Increased colocation management capabilities

Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management, today introduced StruxureWare Data Center Operation v7.4, which provides new capabilities and access to actionable intelligence for an ideal balance of high availability and peak efficiency throughout the data centre life cycle. As part

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Next-generation electronic overload relay

Inspired by input from panel builders, system integrators and end users around the world, Rockwell Automation engineers developed the new Allen-Bradley E300 electronic overload relay. The E300 overload relay integrates communications, including EtherNet/IP, patented current-measurement technology, and time-saving I/O options, all in

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Avoiding Part L risks

Following implementation of the new Building Regulations Part L this April, concerns are growing that greater air-tightness in new housing could increase carbon monoxide poisoning risks, justifying more stringent requirements for CO alarms. Mandatory requirements for CO alarms are dealt with by

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‘Press and go’ connectors

Harting has expanded its M12 industrial connector family with the introduction of two new versions designed to enhance its versatility in harsh environments: a “press and go” custom cable assembly technology and an outdoor M12 connector based on V4A grade stainless steel.

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Expansion of data centre solutions range

Cannon Technologies, a leader in innovative containment systems, has announced the expansion of its pioneering T4 Data Centre Solutions range with the T4 Mini Data Centre. Designed to provide state-of-the-art support for IT equipment without the need for large amounts of space,

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Software keeps street lights connected in North West

The latest internet hosted software from Yotta is helping to keep highways across the North West of England illuminated at night. Mayrise Street Works and Mayrise Highways are being used by Jones Lighting who connect tens of thousands of street lights and

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Swimming to success at Tollcross

The recently refurbished Tollcross International Swimming Centre in Glasgow features a sophisticated building control system, which incorporates Sontay’s highly successful SonNet wireless sensing technology. The innovative wireless system is improving energy efficiency and reducing costs for the swimming centre while also bringing

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Demand based automatic fan speed control

A new fan speed control sensor for Rittal’s TopTherm fan-and-filter units is now available. This handy and compact device, which is compatible with the larger models in the range of electronically commutated (EC) TopTherm fan-and-filter units, automatically adjusts the fan speed in

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Protective data centre efficiency

Borri has supplied and installed two high efficiency Borri B9000FXS 300kVA (Uninterruptible Power Supply) UPS systems at the latest data centre facility on the Isle of Man. Working on behalf of independent engineering, IT and facilities services business, NG Bailey, which was

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