Citel’s Lightning Counter
Citel’s Lightning Counter provides real time localised detection of Lightning 

Available from specialist distributor Switchtec, a Lightning Current Counter from leading Surge Protection Device Manufacturer “Citel” which records localised lightning strikes.

The LSC-A…

Rolec EV Charging station
Rolec EV Expansion Increases Production By Over 200%

Lincolnshire based Rolec EV, manufacturer of Europe’s largest range of EV charging points, has announced the opening of a new factory complex to increase production output by over 200%, with the…

Prototyping Cable Assembly
The Advantage of Prototyping Cable Assembly

In our experience there are many engineers who design cable assemblies without prototyping them first. While they will spend a lot of time designing the assembly and specifying components, the…

Electrical wiring
IET urges electrical industry to ensure all new installations comply with updated wiring regulations

All electrical contractors must ensure they are up to date with the new requirements for BS 7671:2018, when the 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations comes into effect on 01…

Inspiring wiring with Wessex Group
Inspiring wiring

Almost 100 delegates attended an important seminar organised by Wessex Electricals during Electrical Fire Safety Month. The event at AFC Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium heard from Tim Bollard of…

Essentra Components wiring
Essentra Components

High conductivity and long-life crimp joints can be quickly formed using cable terminals and a crimping tool. This solderless way of organising wires ensures a secure and precise electrical…

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Almost 100 delegates attended an important seminar organised by Wessex Electricals during Electrical Fire Safety Month. The event at AFC Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium heard from Tim Bollard of NICIEC and ELECSA, the market leading certification body for electricians. He spoke about the new wirin

High conductivity and long-life crimp joints can be quickly formed using cable terminals and a crimping tool. This solderless way of organising wires ensures a secure and precise electrical contact.

The process of identifying and managing energy demand was one of the first to adopt computer technology and the internet. The energy sector began integrating digital technologies in the 1970s and rightly so, because of its high resource levels, costs of failure and outages.

SELECT, the electricians’ trade body in Scotland, has added to the extensive portfolio of services it offers to its members with a new tool to assist with producing vital risk assessment information and guidance.

Develop Training Ltd (DTL) has hired Matthew Gray in the newly-created role of Operations Manager as demand grows for training in the construction and utility sectors.