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UPS orders 10,000 electric vehicles 

UPS has announced an order of 10,000 purpose built electric vehicles worth 100's of millions of Euros from UK based company Arrival.

The initial 10,000 vehicles will be rolled out in the UK, ... more


18th Edition – Type F RCDs

This article gives some background information on Type F RCDs which are detailed in several areas of the 18thEdition Regulations. For reference see 18thEdition Regulation 531.3.3 (iii)(a) Type F RCD ... more

CEF publish new product catalogue to help customers stay fully equipped with their electrical essentials

CEF, the UK’s leading electrical wholesaler is celebrating the launch of it’s new Trade Catalogue - the third in the series designed to provide customers with a huge choice of essential electrical ... more

Talk is Cheap

Once upon a time, a consultant could specify a UPS for a project that would ensure the client got what they wanted and that very same equipment would arrive on site, be installed, checked and ... more
Data Centre Management

New, HBB High Power Circular Connectors from Smiths Interconnect – now assembled by Aerco Ltd

The newly re-launched HBB series of single pole high power 300A and 500A circular connectors from Smiths Interconnect offer a compact, lightweight and ruggedized heavy duty connector designed for use ... more

The first of its kind, non-flammable displays, the new BLO Series meets DIN EN 13501-1 standards

Unique to the display market, Display Technology Ltd are pleased to announce their sister company Distec GmbH have launched their new range of monitors the BLO series, the new range are certified to ... more

Low-cost potting boxes from BCL Enclosures protect the tiniest electronic circuits

BCL Enclosures, the specialist UK manufacturer of standard and custom plastic enclosures, offers a comprehensive range of potting boxes to protect small electronic circuits in all kinds of ... more

The new green-I long range presence detector, the perfect solution for corridors and low bay aisles

Ideal for corridor and aisle applications, the new GENB-IR from lighting control expert CP Electronics is a long range, narrow beam presence detector that provides savings in installation time and ... more

New Fluke thermal imaging camera

Fluke has announced the introduction of the new TiS20+ entry-level thermal imaging camera, the ideal troubleshooting tool for electricians, first line industrial maintenance and HVACR technicians. ... more

Energy solutions provider earns place on Network Rail design framework

UK Power Networks Services has been awarded a place on Network Rail’s £650m National Design Service Framework and will work in collaboration with the railway infrastructure company to deliver its ... more

Electric car revolution will take time, says IMechE report

Even if the UK government accelerates its plan to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars, there will still be millions of fossil-fuelled vehicles on the road well into the 2030s and 40s.

In ... more


Mandatory electrical safety checks in the private rented sector

After years of campaigning to improve electrical safety standards in the private rented sector (PRS), the NAPIT Trade Association is delighted that draft regulations have now been laid before ... more

UK’s first nationwide Internet of Things network deployed

WND UK, the UK’s Sigfox Network Operator, has deployed the UK’s first wireless public network for secure sensor data, achieving over 90 per cent population coverage in just 18 months.

The ... more

Smart Buildings & IoT

Power project boosts Cambridge

A major project to boost power supplies for homes and businesses across the north west of Cambridge, and allow its principal university to grow, is underway.

The £7.5m scheme is being led by UK ... more


Earnings fall for electricians in December

Earnings for self-employed electricians fell by 19.2 per cent in December, according to the latest figures released by Hudson Contract.

Analysis of December payroll data for more than 2,200 ... more


Top 3 SCADA Implementation Priorities for Smart Grid Utilities

The energy system is evolving rapidly, taking on a more flexible, decentralized form to support the ever-expanding uptake of renewable energy and DERs. The critical infrastructure that coordinates ... more

Network Rail approve Bender UK’s RS4 rail signal power protection system

Network Rail has approved Bender UK’s next generation RS4 Rail Signalling Power Protection system that delivers increased sensitivity for first earth fault location and enables compliance with ... more

A clean connection: Han® F+B for the food industry

High resistance and safe handling

Businesses in the food industry who want to shorten set-up times and reduce production stoppages can do so by using connectors. As a result, HARTING have developed ... more


Simple Safe Absence of Voltage Check for the Factory Floor

Panduit’s VeriSafe system minimises the risk of electrical hazards by checking the absence of voltage in the control cabinet. Compared to alternative portable test instruments, plant operators and ... more


Following its acquisition of the Harvard brand and IP earlier this year, Harvard Power Systems is now using the resources of its Gallant Lighting group company to centre manufacture of the popular ... more

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