The Radar Map app allows field technicians to configure Rosemount radar level transmitters, map tank geometry and troubleshoot problems from their AMS Trex Device Communicators.
Audits and investigations around Queensland solar farms have revealed a number of properties are not ensuring adequate electrical safety.
Queensland contractors are being reminded to ensure all electrical work is inspected and tested correctly.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has issued a reminder to all electrical workers to test any electrical equipment before they touch it.
The Eaton AFDD+ arc fault detection device provides critical all-in-one protection against electrical fires in homes and buildings.
Phoenix Contact has released Checkmaster 2, a mobile test case that lets technicians quickly test all Phoenix Contact pluggable surge protection devices to prevent unexpected failures and avoid unnecessary service calls.
The Rapid Test Systems Rapid Test RCD safety switch testing device replaces the need for a traditional technician test.
The Trio SafeTCheck Pro II Logger PAT tester is a lightweight instrument that fully complies with the requirements of AS3760 in-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment.
Faulty Infinity electrical cables installed in homes across Australia are leaving people at risk of electrocution or house fires, according to the ACCC.
The Fluke 1660 Series multifunction installation testers put more power in users’ hands by quickly and efficiently testing to major local fixed wiring installation regulations.
The Fluke 120B Series industrial ScopeMeter offers a rugged oscilloscope for industrial electrical and electromechanical equipment troubleshooting and maintenance applications.
The Fluke 1587 FC insulation multimeter kit contains a 1587 FC multimeter, an i400 current clamp and a PRV240 proving unit.
Clipsal brand ambassador and electrician Rebecca Mair (aka Bec Sparky) shares details on the importance of testing and tagging.
LED technology is being used on construction sites in Indonesia to provide a brightly lit message to workers around the dangers of tilting buildings.
The Mine Safety Investigation Unit has released a safety warning following a number of explosions involving lead-acid batteries in NSW in recent months.