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Omicron: PTM 4.40 software version available

The Primary Test Manager™ (PTM) software from Omicron supports you during diagnostic tests on circuit breakers, current and voltage transformers, rotating machines, grounding systems, power transformers as well as associated equipment such as bushings and on-load tap changers (OLTC).

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Luceco illuminates Manchester Royal Infirmary

Luceco, A C Electrical (North) Ltd and the Estates and Facilities Directorate at the MRI have worked together to reduce energy consumed by old lighting technology, replacing these fittings with cost effective LED luminaires from Luceco.

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Scolmore launches dual mode LED dimmer

Scolmore’s new intelligent dimmer module eliminates flickering and is easier to control than regular dimmers. It is essentially two dimmers in one, to offer installers maximum compatibility.

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4MP CCTV Range launched by ESP

Committed to an on-going new product development programme to bring the latest technologies to market, leading security solutions provider, ESP, announces the introduction of a brand new 4 Megapixel CCTV range. The launch supplies the market with a complete collection of superior

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Ipsum Group select SPEC Ltd as their second partner

SPEC Ltd are delighted to announce that Ipsum Group, the newly launched specialist multi utility services business, has selected us as its second partner in their venture into the specialist utilities sector.

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High voltage industrial LED panel indicators

Foremost Electronics, the Essex based distributor of electromechanical components, is pleased to announced the availability of the MARL 671 Series of High Voltage LED panel mounted indicator suitable for fixed and portable equipment and is internally potted making it suitable for high

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Honeycomb strain relief system

igus has introduced a unique strain relief system for energy chains that replaces the cable tie-wraps that are commonly used in industry. Cables and hoses are simply inserted into a honeycomb, called the CFU, and then closed. Compared to cable tie-wraps or

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