The Conductor Hub is a safety device that provides an accessible connection and inspection point for equipotential bonding.
The National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) has successfully negotiated an extension to new Building Wiring Cable requirements with NSW Fair Trading.
EnerNOC is set to launch a 20 MW demand-response initiative in NSW. The project will provide a 'virtual power plant' at a fraction of the cost of creating new supply of electricity in extreme weather conditions.
Emerson's modular Ovation OCC100 controller extends the company's Ovation control technology by managing the flow of energy from various sources to ensure continuous generation for utilities and independent power producers that rely on diverse renewable energy sources.
Those interested in the development and progression of Australia’s energy policy looked on with interest in 2017 as the debate bubbled away.
Platte River Power Authority, a not-for-profit utility in North Colorado, has enhanced operator proficiency and boosted plant performance with the help of global technology and engineering company Emerson.
Clipsal by Schneider Electric has extended its Resi MAX range of consumer switchboards, now offering a complete solution with 8, 12, 18, 24 and 36 module wide plastic enclosures in flush- and surface-mounted options.
TE Connectivity's SlimSeal Connector Miniature compact vertical and right-angle IP67 rated wire-to-board connectors are designed for outdoor lighting and other high-humidity applications.
ABB has successfully tested the low- and high-voltage units of the powerful ultrahigh-voltage direct current (UHVDC) transformer in China.
Power solutions provider MPower has commenced delivery of the first of several off-grid DC power systems for the Northern Gas Pipeline, which runs between Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory and Mount Isa in Queensland. The pipeline is being constructed by gas supplier Jemena.
Short circuit, overcurrent and earth faults are widely understood and protected against in low-voltage residential installations, but some hidden sources of ignition — such as arc faults — are not always easy to identify.