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TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION ADVERTORIAL


Evatron for IP66/IP67, UL94 V-0 K


F series junction boxes are flame retardant and self-extinguishing polycarbonate, eight sizes, black or grey, with knockouts or


Sangamo launches new Bluetooth time switches


compatible timers to its DIN Rail Time Switch collection. Designed to offer convenience and versatility to the user and broaden the product category reach to a wider potential market, the new range will help manage costs in residential, commercial and industrial applications.


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uses Bluetooth technology to programme the timer and is compatible with Android and IOS, and applications include lighting, security, heating, ventilation, irrigation and horticulture. The current Sangamo DIN rail time switches use Near Field Communication (NFC) to programme the timer from an Android device. As well as Bluetooth communication, the new time switches feature zero- crossing technology supporting up to 600W LED load. This technology protects the relay contact and extends service life, therefore helping the lighting controls to match the long lifespan of LED lighting systems. A free to download App, the Save’n carry App is available for both iOS and Android. It has an intuitive user interface that allows easy and fast programming via smartphone and tablet. The new Bluetooth range will consist of four products - Standard and Astro Bluetooth 2 module switches, both with 1 or 2 channel options, and all with 7 day timer and boasting 100 operations.


ESP  01527 515150  www.espuk.com


eading time switches and heating controls manufacturer, Sangamo, has added new Bluetooth-


smooth walls. A strong, sleek design that compares impressively with other square and rectangular junction boxes. Quarter turn fixing screws sit flush in the lid to ensure styling is not compromised and to enable easy assembly. The clever design does not stop on the outside either! KF terminal blocks and mounts simply clip into the enclosure. With IP66/IP67 and IK09 rating plus UL94 V-0 material, these cases are ideally suited to harsh environments. In addition, the NEW orange coloured FK series with fire resistance and insulation integrity is ideal for intrinsic safe installs. Call now to find out more or click the ‘online chat’ icon on our website.


Evatron  01908 325100  www.evatron.com


Wieland's Samos® Plan 6 minimises time, effort and mistakes whilst boosting efficiency


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ieland Electric’s samos® PLAN 6 project planning tool is an extremely user friendly programming software with the option of automatic or


manual configuration. samos® PLAN 6 works in conjunction with samosPRO COMPACT programmable safety controller, a compact safety solution that offers all of the benefits associated with much larger and much more complex units. Measuring only 45mm in width, samosPRO COMPACT provides up to 20 safe inputs and 8 safe outputs utilising 4 switchable safe in- /outputs, the system can be extended with additional modules to as many as 116 secure inputs and 56 secure outputs and any number in between.


samosPRO COMPACT PLUS version offers enhanced features such as safe monitoring of motors, drives and shafts. Thanks to the multi-screen feature, you can see many pages at once or work with many displays, dock, undock or


attach working windows in samos® PLAN 6 or detach each window from the main window. Wieland Electric


 01483 531213  www.wieland.co.uk


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