Phoenix Contact Termitrab surge protection devices are designed with measurement and control technology (MCR) and low-voltage applications.
Gerard Lighting's emergency lighting range has been designed to deliver high performance, featuring the latest technology of lithium iron phosphate batteries.
The Ampfibian X1 weatherproof connector protector features a retaining mechanism to keep power cords firmly together and patented seals to prevent electrocution in the wet.
The Ampfibian Industrial Series of purpose-built power adaptors includes seven products, the MAX, the SP-15, SP-20 or SP-32, and the TP-10, TP-20 or TP-32.
Non-compliant TPS cable being supplied and sold in New Zealand has raised concerns in Australia.
In addition to offering push-in connection technology, the PT-TWIN contact inserts come with a double conductor connection.
The CES-C04-AP/AR transponder coded safety switches from Euchner can now be used in potentially explosive atmospheres in zone 2 (gases) and zone 22 (dusts).
The Extech Instruments EMF450 multifield graphical electromagnetic field meter does the job of three meters in one, measuring magnetic field, electric field and radiofrequency strength.
The Emerson SIL 3-capable Rosemount 5408 non-contacting radar level transmitter provides enhanced diagnostics and remote proof-testing capability, supporting critical overfill prevention applications.
The Phoenix Contact Valvetrab-Safe Energy Control (SEC) Type 2 surge protection device is a high-performing arrester.
The Allen-Bradley Bulletin 140G current-limiting, moulded-case circuit breaker offers comprehensive, fast-acting, short-circuit protection.
The NHP range of Hazardous Area LED lighting products and in-house lighting designs can improve efficiency by lowering energy consumption, minimising maintenance requirements and reducing installation costs.
The ABB QuickSafe Surge Protection Device combines the company's thermal disconnection technology with its integrated safety backup system, ensuring electrical equipment is continuously protected from damage caused by surges in the power supply.
Most businesses do not have an effective electrical infrastructure maintenance plan. Inept maintenance practices result in a rise of equipment costs and increases in downtime.
PVStop is an Australian innovation that is designed to safely deactivate photovoltaic panels in all weather conditions in seconds, mitigating the risk of DC electrocution to emergency services personnel, electrical contractors and all owners of solar panel systems.