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New Fluke clamp meters add logging and wireless data transfer for safer, remote measurements
Hamble Cliff Lodge had stood proudly for some 200 years, on one side protecting the mansion Hamble Cliff House, where Queen Victoria visited, and with its back to the Solent on the outskirts of Southampton. Extended and changed beyond recognition during its life, its owners, Sheena & John...
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management has today announced the launch of its Easy9+ and Resi9+ circuit protection ranges. The new affordable consumer units build on the foundations of the market-leading platforms by combining design flexibility, ease of installation and...
A new MEGAMAN sponsored survey* of hospitality professionals has found that lighting is an integral part of the package when it comes to encouraging guests to stay longer and make repeat visits to a restaurant, hotel or bar.
ABB will be showcasing their new Smart Home System ABB-free@home at the forthcoming Elex Roadshows around the UK. ABB-free@home is simple and straightforward for electrical contractors to plan, install and commission – giving them access to the still untapped Smart Home Market.
The building of the future and its contemporary escape route signalisation.
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management, has today announced the launch of its Acti 9 iEM2100 range of energy series meters for commercial, industrial and residential applications.
The IET published last year an article in the Wiring Matters – Special Edition 55 that explains when installers should begin to use non combustible consumer units i.e. put simply the answer is, as soon as stocks are available.
The intent of Regulation 421.1.201 in Amendment 3 to the IET Wiring Regulations (mandatory from January 2016) is to (as far as reasonably practicable) contain any fire within the non combustible enclosure and to minimise flames from escaping
Regulation 421.1.201 in Amendment 3 to the wiring regulations not only calls for non combustible enclosures but requires non combustible enclosure on similar switchgear too.

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