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Selecting the right kind of cable management for the job can be a very subjective matter. Often there’s more than one option, and getting it wrong could lead to over or under-specification or a more complex installation on site. Here, Legrand’s Nigel Leaver answers your cable management questions.
Latest additions to Fluke Connect — the world’s largest wireless system of test and measurement tools
Vent-Axia has been celebrating winning Best Brand New Product of the Year in the Housebuilder Product Awards 2014. Scooping the award for its highly innovative Lo-Carbon Response dMEV solution, the company received the accolade at an awards ceremony held in Birmingham:
A ‘selfie’ taken more than 30ft up whilst dangling from a rope proved to be the winning shot in a recent online competition organised by NICEIC and ELECSA:
The Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Centre’s Light+Building is now only two weeks away. The main theme will be energy efficiency, which will be reflected by the exhibits of many manufacturers, including Voltimum UK Partner company Megaman, as James Hunt reports:
Sales of smart lighting control products are expected to be very strong, according to a new report by Markets and Markets. The study finds that the highest growth is likely to take place in commercial and industrial applications of smart lighting. By James Hunt:
Ideal for high traffic and public environments such as schools, colleges and hospitals, the new range has been developed with Legrand’s innovative design know-how to provide tamper-resistant security for cables and accessories with no visible screws post installation. The screwless finish also ensures a smoother edge and neater installation.
Configuration is the relative disposition or arrangement of the parts or elements of a thing. The thing in this case is a consumer unit in which flexibility has been enhanced through pre-configuration to accept MCBs/RCDs or other options for on site configuration – the installer chooses. Now, Eaton is finding that its pre-configured consumer...
A major cable recall affecting up to 40,000 homes and businesses and costing an estimated A$80 million dollars (£43m) has hit the headlines in Australia – and non-compliance is the issue, reports the British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC):
CIOB, the magazine of the Chartered Institute of Building, reports that a new study by the Construction Industry Council’s BIM 2050 group has concluded that the industry should ‘wake up to the transformative impact of digital technologies on its operations and workforce’ – and this includes Building Information Management (BIM). Electrical...

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