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Power management company Eaton is pleased to announce the global launch of its enhanced award-winning Intelligent Power™ Manager software in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Intelligent Power Manager 1.40 software strengthens Eaton’s integration capabilities with Cisco Unified Computing System™ server management, allowing IT managers...
The national charity for the electrical, electronics and energy industries today revealed its new name and visual identity. The Electrical Industries Charity is the new name for the Electrical & Electronics Industries Benevolent Association.
The forthcoming harmonisation of core colours for fixed wiring cables requires that all associated British Standards and Wiring Regulations are amended to cover these changes.
The forthcoming harmonisation of core colours for fixed wiring cables requires that all associated British Standards and Wiring Regulations are amended to cover these changes.
Remote Control of Individual Room Temperatures will now be possible using a Smartphone
Power management company Eaton will be showcasing its new generation line-interactive UPSs, along with its latest high-efficiency double-conversion models at this year’s CeBIT exhibition. The company will also be highlighting how its Intelligent Power Manager (IPM) software, supplied with all Eaton UPSs designed for professional applications,...
A Dimplex electric towel rail is still going strong after running continuously since it was installed in 1957, giving an astonishing 57 years – or almost 500,000 hours - of use.
Core colours – all change in 2004!
A new edition of the IET's Codes of Practice for In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment aims to stem unacceptable practice in PAT testing. Find out more about what has changed and the implications this will have for the industry in this CPD certified webinar from Voltimum and the IET.
The Government is to make it compulsory for energy bills to feature Quick Response (QR) Codes, with the aim of making it easier for consumers to find the best deal to save them money. QR Codes can be scanned by smartphones and tablets and will allow customers to upload tariff and consumption data directly from their bills, as James Hunt reports:

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