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Power management company Eaton has announced the launch of its Intelligent Power Manager software version 1.43, which now features even tighter integration with VMWare vCenter’s Site Recovery Manager (SRM). As a result, the new software allows IT managers to automatically trigger SRM data replication caused by environmental or power alarms. This...
An assessment route that enables experienced workers to qualify to Level 3 NVQ standard has been launched by the Joint Industry Board (JIB):
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.
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LuxLive 2014 will, say the organisers, ‘be bigger and better and bursting with lighting know-how’. Well, that’s as maybe, but there is no doubt at all that this London-based two-day exhibition, conference and awards evening is the most important in the UK lighting firmament, as James Hunt reports:
BEAMA and Gambica, the 2 leading trade associations for manufacturers in the UK Electro-technical industry have announced that Alan Birks, formerly of Eaton Electrical will join them on 1st October 2014.
The cost of producing OLEDs could fall lower than that of producing LEDs - if they were made on a larger scale, an OLED researcher has said, as reported in this article that was originally published in Lux magazine:
When a potato sorting plant needed fully automating, the 250 electric drives involved would necessarily mean hugely expensive lengths of cable. At least, that is what the German system integrator thought, until he considered using Eaton’s SmartWire-DT connection and communication system. The result has been a truly astonishing reduction in...
The Government has produced a Summary Paper on its response to the consultation entitled ‘Providing certainty, improving performance’, which was published in February 2013. In addition to the review, other RHI changes are being made:
The UK’s electricity supplies now have so little resilience that there is a 10% chance of brownouts this winter, energy experts have warned. Indeed, some say that the future may be still bleaker, with the ‘very real’ possibility of blackouts. James Hunt reports:

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