Electrical distribution

Auroras could threaten electrical infrastructure

17 July, 2024

Spectacular auroras like the ones seen in the solar storm of May 2024 can cause damage to critical infrastructure, according to recent research.

How hydrogen is firming up critical communications

15 July, 2024

Telstra needed a way to provide a consistent electricity supply for five of its regional Victorian phone towers that are particularly vulnerable to electricity grid storm damage.

Rental program for Australian electrical contractors

12 July, 2024 | Supplied by: LAPP Australia Pty Ltd

LAPP Australia has launched a new program in which the company's electrical contractor customers can rent the latest technologies.

Milwaukee M12T Heated Gear work jackets and vests

11 July, 2024 | Supplied by: Milwaukee Tool Australia

Milwaukee Tool has expanded its M12 Heated Gear line with the introduction of new colours in the M12 Heated Hoodie range.

Council adopts 'Secure Power as a Service' model

10 July, 2024 | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

Greater Shepparton City Council is working with Schneider Electric to move from a capital expenditure (CapEx) model to a fully managed service.

CyberPower Online (High-Density) UPS

05 July, 2024 | Supplied by: CyberPower

CyberPower's Online (High-Density) Series of sustainable, compact and high-power UPSs are designed to provide more power and functionality in less space to better meet the demands of modern IT environments.

Marinus Link 'critical' to latest national grid plan

02 July, 2024

The planned interconnector between Tasmania and Victoria has been classified as crucial to achieving net zero in AEMO's 2024 Integrated System Plan.

MEA comes down against 'sun tax' tariff

02 July, 2024 | Supplied by: Master Electricians Australia

Master Electricians Australia is warning that a new tariff on solar PV owners could act as a deterrent for those considering renewable energy systems.

LAPP SKINTOP BRUSH brass cable glands

01 July, 2024 | Supplied by: LAPP Australia Pty Ltd

LAPP Australia's range of locally stocked nickel-plated SKINTOP BRUSH brass cable glands are specially designed for copper-screened cables, where they are used to achieve a low-resistance screen contact, good strain relief and a high IP class.

Warren & Brown CAT6A RJ45 modular jacks

01 July, 2024 | Supplied by: Warren & Brown Technologies

The Warren & Brown HY series Category 6A UTP modular outlet is designed to simplify and accelerate network deployment.

Siemens SIRIUS 3RV2 circuit breaker

26 June, 2024 | Supplied by: Siemens Ltd

Siemens Smart Infrastructure and BASF have developed an electrical safety product that includes components made from biomass-balanced plastics.

Interconnected microgrids: the way of the future?

24 June, 2024

Murdoch University researchers have come up with an innovative concept to stably integrate renewable energy and EVs into the grid.

ETU slams nuclear plan

12 June, 2024

The Electrical Trades Union has taken a firm stance on Peter Dutton's nuclear power proposal, pointing to analysis from the latest GenCost report.

Eaton LS-Titan limit switches

06 June, 2024 | Supplied by: Transfer Multisort Elektronik Sp. z o.o.

The LS-Titan series of limit switches is a diverse group of products designed with automated manufacturing, processing, storage and distribution systems in mind.

Ampcontrol MegaWatt Charger

05 June, 2024 | Supplied by: Ampcontrol Pty Ltd

Designed to support the electrification of the mining industry, the Ampcontrol MegaWatt Charger can power a range of vehicles.

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