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Products Lighting Controls & Training New CPD training now available commercial use.


The flex7 System from Flex Connectors is celebrating its 15th birthday in October this year. The flex7 System, designed and manufactured in Britain, is a lighting connection and con- trol solution for


The modular nature of the products offer flexibility when designing your lighting system and the security that it is future- proof. All boxes are 7-pole, and rated at 16A, and the whole system is built around a plug and play philosophy meaning that boxes can easily be added to the system at a later date, as and when user needs change. Pre-manufactured lighting wiring systems are becoming the preferred norm for most electrical installations in commercial environ-


ments. The case is now well proven that


prefabrication can offer: ●


Faster installation. ● Reduced costs.


● Simplified maintenance. ● Easy reconfiguration. ● Less snagging.





Reduced requirement for skills on-site.


● Complete flexibility.


In addition, Flex Connectors are now also offering CPD train- ing that is appropriate for both trainee and experienced electri- cal design engineers, and explains how LED lighting works, different types of lighting controls used in domestic and commercial applications, plus different methods of control


used for specific LED lighting control environments, types of LED driver protocols, LED light- ing safety standards and poten- tial problems that might be encountered with LED lighting in the long term.


Anyone interested in attending a seminar, either at the company’s Twyford office, or at the customer’s own site - or would just like further information - then please e-mail info@flexconnectors.co.uk.


Flex Connectors www.flexconnectors.co.uk T: 0208 580 1066


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