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Legrand, a global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures, will be showcasing its growing portfolio of innovative solutions that reduce the time contractors spend on site at this year’s Electric Event held in London.
A new Stone, Staffordshire-based Power Consulting team offers the expertise, tools and modeling capability to address all power systems challenges, says ABB:
The MP for Gainsborough, Sir Edward Leigh, has pledged his support to enforcing the safety and compliance of renewable energy technologies in the UK. He has signed up to a campaign led by 4eco - a leading UK designer and manufacturer of microgeneration energy controllers. By James Hunt:
The DALI lighting protocol has been around since 1984 and has become widely used as a standard throughout the world. But with the ‘Internet of Things’ now expanding fast, how will DALI fit into the lighting scheme of things? James Hunt reports:
Most electrical contractors and installers will by now be aware (even if perhaps only dimly) of the ‘Internet of Things’, in which every device can communicate with every other for reasons good, dodgy or bad, but now comes the news that even a smart bed can ‘talk’ with devices – such as Philips’ Hue lighting system. What might this mean for our...
The Approved Cables Initiative (ACI) is questioning awareness of changes under the revision of the Low Voltage Directive (LVD), under which importers and distributors have very clear responsibilities:
Brother, the leading electrical labelling brand, recently introduced an innovative new label printer for electricians.
Ahead of the publication of the Renting Homes (Wales) Bill, Electrical Safety First is calling on the Welsh Government to include an urgent requirement for five yearly electrical safety checks for the private rental sector (PRS).
Furse’s popular StrikeRisk software makes risk assessments lightning fast. Our latest software to International/European Standard IEC/EN 62305 Protection against Lightning is an invaluable and effective tool for all those involved in working out risk to IEC/EN 62305 part 2.
The British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC) has announced it will now provide low and medium voltage cable testing to all International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) cable standards.

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