Electrical

Thermal imagers

18 November, 2008

The TiR1 and TiR thermal imagers are designed for use in building restoration and inspection applications.


Suspended power board

13 November, 2008 | Supplied by: Jackson Industries

The PT1199SS ‘Power on a Chain’ power board is designed to provide electrical power to work areas via overhead means, removing the hazards of tripping or electrocution from electrical leads strewn across floors.


Headlamp

11 October, 2008 | Supplied by: RS

The Petzl headlamp is very light and compact, with a 150 h burn time.


Earth leakage circuit breaker

18 September, 2008

The Terasaki ZS earth leakage moulded case circuit breaker (MCCB) offers machine or personnel protection within a standard 125 A, 160/250 A MCCB frame size. The MCCB maintains the functionality of a standard thermal-magnetic overload/short-circuit protection device.


Switchboard rescue kit

18 September, 2008

LV switchboard rescue kits are required by law in Queensland for any person carrying out live electrical work. The kit from Extreme Safety complies with and exceeds the applicable standards, containing sufficient, high-quality contents.


SafeTcheck Pro Logger Il Portable appliance tester

18 September, 2008 | Supplied by: TRIO Test & Measurement

The SafeTcheck Pro Logger II is an electrical portable appliance tester (PAT) designed and manufactured in Australia. The tester ensures the electrical safety of appliances and complies with the requirements of the current Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS3760 (In-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment).


Insulated safety mats

18 September, 2008

Extreme Safety has a range of insulating mats for almost any use. All mats comply with relevant standards and are supplied tested and ready to use.


National framework for electricity safety proposed

10 September, 2008

The Energy Networks Association (ENA) recently released the ‘Proposed National Framework for Electricity Network Safety’ document as the recommended approach to national electricity network safety regulation.


Portable emergency lighting

18 August, 2008

Montville Creative Products has released a range of rechargeable emergency torches and lanterns that switch on automatically during a power failure.


Testing and tagging regulations update

21 July, 2008

New OHS regulations for the testing and tagging of portable electrical equipment and RCDs on construction sites will come into effect shortly.


Fluke 1621 earth ground tester

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Fluke Australia Pty Ltd

The Fluke 1621 is an earth ground tester which provides basic ground testing methods with a simple user interface and intuitive functionality. It is a basic entry-level tester that complements Fluke's 162x range of earth ground testers.


Seton Australia safety products catalogue

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Brady Australia Pty Ltd

The latest edition of Seton Australia’s catalogue and source book has just been launched. Seton’s range of products and services helps companies comply with new safety regulations and keep work environments as safe and productive as possible.


Switchboard inspection window

21 April, 2008 | Supplied by: Teledyne FLIR

The Hawk IR Sightglass is a 75 mm diameter inspection window fitted to the door or inspection cover of electrical equipment enclosures. For the safe visual and thermal inspection of internal electrical components without the need to open any enclosure.


Electrical safety testers

20 March, 2008 | Supplied by: Westek Electronics Pty Ltd

Extech has released two products designed to simplify data processing of electrical safety testing measurements. The Extech Opt.758 ethernet card and Opt.751 multifunction USB card both slot into the Extech 7742 safety tester which provides dielectric strength, insulation resistance, earth continuity and leakage testing, thus facilitating data exchange and control of testing protocols.


Efficient emergency lighting

20 March, 2008 | Supplied by: Legrand Australia P/L

The Slide Connect G2 is designed to use up to 70% less energy than a conventional fluorescent emergency and exit lighting system. Designed and manufactured in Australia, the lighting fixture uses a single high brightness LED, which is 'under run' in normal conditions to conserve energy and extend lamp life, but operates at full brightness in emergency situations.


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