Electrical distribution

Label maker

17 December, 2007 | Supplied by: Soanar Plus

The Dymo LabelWriter 400 Turbo is a thermal printer that has the convenience of using no ink or toner, making it suitable for use in a variety of locations and applications.

Padlocks for circuit breakers

17 December, 2007 | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

The M9lock is designed for padlocking circuit breakers in the 'off' position, permanently attached to the circuit breaker so it can't be lost.

AHF004 Active harmonic filters

28 November, 2007 | Supplied by: Danfoss (Australia) Pty Ltd

The AHF004 active harmonic filters provide automatic harmonics reduction, independent of network stability and power factor correction.

Cordless rotary hammer

28 November, 2007 | Supplied by: Panasonic Australia Pty Limited

The Revolithium EY7880N2T rotary hammer is powered by a 28.8 V, 3 Ah high-capacity lithium-ion battery with 70 min charging system and features a cooling system to ensure reliability for tough, continuous concrete drilling tasks such as anchor holes.

Telemecanique XPS MF programmable safety PLCs

24 October, 2007 | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

The Telemecanique XPS MF range of programmable safety PLCs has been designed for applications requiring multiple simultaneous safety functions up to performance level 'e' according to EN ISO 13849-1, up to category 4 in accordance with AS 4024 and SIL 3 (claim limit) in accordance with EN/IEC 61508.

Cordless lithium power tool

24 October, 2007 | Supplied by: Metabo Pty Ltd

The German-made KHA 24 rotary hammer has a 25.2 V Li-Ion battery that extends operating range even further. The three-mode rotary hammer can drill into wood and concrete consistently, plus chisel if required.

C-Bus certified pool controller

24 October, 2007 | Supplied by: Clipsal - by Schneider Electric

PC Aqualine pool and spa controllers are certified by Clipsal for interface to C-Bus automation systems, providing full two-way communications for control and monitoring of pools and spas.

Twilight switches and modular and staircase timers

24 October, 2007 | Supplied by: Eaton Electrical (Australia) Pty Ltd

The Eaton range of modular timers, twilight switches and staircase timers are suitable for any residential or commercial lighting control application.

Fire-stopping for cabling

24 October, 2007 | Supplied by: Fire Containment

The Abesco CT120 series cable transit fire-stopping devices make it simple for contractors to provide effective fire-stopping and ensure that their legal obligations are met in full. The devices are claimed to be simple to install, consisting of an easy-to-identify red casing and friction-fit mounting flanges. The system requires a simple three step process for installation - open, close and clamp to the penetration.

Contractors lockout kit

24 October, 2007 | Supplied by: http://www.cirlock.com.au

The Contractors Lockout Kit from CIRLOCK, CLK-1, enables electrical technicians and others to safely lock out energy sources before working on them.

Data centre management suite

24 October, 2007 | Supplied by: Rittal Pty Ltd

The RimatriX5 Computer Multi-Control Top Concept (CMC-TC) is a monitoring system for physically securing data centre environments, preventing unnecessary down time and excluding unauthorised access.

Switchboards for wastewater plant

09 October, 2007

Noja Power has recently delivered three main switchboards to the Australian Infrastructure Alliance for the Cleveland Bay Wastewater Treatment facility in Townsville.

Twin power outlet

26 September, 2007 | Supplied by: Clipsal - by Schneider Electric

The 4025 Saturn twin power outlet is designed to complement the C-Bus Saturn wall switches by matching its C-Bus Saturn counterpart with a glass-look fascia and round design rocker switch mechanisms that are centrally positioned.

Solar cells becoming thinner and cheaper

18 September, 2007

Scientists at Durham University in the UK are researching cheaper ways of harnessing the sun to increase the economic viability of solar energy and reduce reliance on fossil fuel energy.

Smart meters to harness energy and greenhouse savings

17 September, 2007

A recent report from Total Environment Centre (TEC) claims that a roll-out of ‘smart’ electricity meters could save 19.4 million tonnes of greenhouse emissions. TEC is a resource and support base for environmentalists that lobbies and campaigns local, state and federal government to protect the local environment.

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