The new generation of wienet v3 Industrial routers have been designed for use in harsh environmental conditions with temperatures ranging from -40 °C to +75 °C. The input voltage range from 10 DC to 60 V DC also enables a PoE (Power
Day: September 28, 2016
Varilight’s market leading V-Pro LED dimmers series has been enhanced with new high power versions available across the range. The new dimmers are designed to control up to 30 dimmable LEDs with a maximum load rating for LED of 300W.
Lighting and wiring accessories manufacturer, Scolmore Group, has added to its popular Inceptor range of integrated LED Downlights, with a non-fire-rated version that provides contractors with a high-quality, cost-saving LED solution for lighting projects.
Omicron’s new Montrano online monitoring system is focused on assessing the dielectric health of power transformers under load. The system records changes in capacitance (C), dissipation/power factor (DF/PF), partial discharge (PD) and transient over-voltages. These are primary indicators of insulation breakdown, which
IEDScout, the versatile software tool for working with IEC 61850 devices, now provides many new features, improvements and bug fixes. It can simulate now entire Ed. 2 and Ed. 1 IEDs. Additionally it enables users to extensively test IEDS due to a
With FRANEO 800, OMICRON has brought the next generation of SFRA test sets to the market. Since the IEC 60076-18 and IEEE C57.149 standards were introduced, SFRA has become one of the common electrical tests for detecting winding defects and faults in
Megaman UK, the UK distributor of Megaman’s LED lighting solutions has announced the launch of its latest product catalogue.
Martindale Electric continues to lead the way in safe isolation with the addition of new professional electrical locking off devices and kits for miniature circuit breakers and fuse holders.
Ellis has further strengthened its already world leading product range by launching an all-plastic trefoil cable cleat for smaller electrical cables.
In recent years, data centres have become a profitable business in Ireland. Multinationals like Microsoft, Google and Amazon have rooted their data storage sites across the country leaving Ireland in the unique position of having all of the top five international IT