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TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION ADVERTORIAL


CENTIEL Invites Customers to New Factory Acceptance Testing Facility in Switzerland


the-art facility and CENTIEL SA’s global headquarters also house the Company’s R&D, production, sales and marketing, logistics, finance and quality control of all CENTIEL’s UPS solutions. Mike Elms, managing director, CENTIEL UK explains: “Every UPS we


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Stäubli upgrades MPC rail industry connector system


process of continuous improvement. The enhancements include new generations of straight and right-angled connectors. The insulators in the new ranges are made of improved


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plastics that provide increased insulation resistance of up to 15 kV and a lower degree of flammability. They meet European rail applications standard EN 45545-2, including the most stringent HL3 R23 hazard level class for underground and high speed trains. The insulation, combined with a new zinc die-cast alloy


used for the side elements, has allowed the units to be more compact, with weight reductions of up to 30% over previous models while remaining 100% compatible. With ratings of 3600 V and up to 700 A, the units can be


used for connecting transformers, traction motors, inverters and batteries as well as power links between carriages.


Stäubli Electrical Connectors  01908 265544  www.staubli.com


täubli Electrical Connectors has upgraded its MPC range of rail industry modular power connectors as part of its


manufacture undergoes thorough individual stage and final testing prior to dispatch. On occasions, customers may wish to witness their own specific testing, be it standalone UPS units or a complete system comprising of several units in parallel. If this is a requirement then clients, or their representatives, can visit the factory to inspect and witness their own factory acceptance test against their required specifications before it is shipped. For customers unable to visit Switzerland, the facility is also available to video record or witness remotely, e.g. via Skype.


CENTIEL  01420 82031  www.centiel.co.uk


New range of stylish, slimline LED security lights from ESP T


he latest addition to ESP’s growing external security lights category is a range of modern, ultra slim, low-


energy LED floodlights, which have been designed to meet the growing trend for a stylish, more aesthetic lighting solution than the bulky options often associated with floodlights. The new NightHawk Plus range comprises a total of eight


products which offer a choice of wattage/lumen outputs to ensure a solution for a broad range of applications, from small walkways, through to large gardens and work yards. The range offers 10W/800 lumen, 20W/1600 lumen, 30W/2400 lumen and 50W/4000 lumen fittings, with each one available


as a straightforward floodlight and as a PIR version. The standard fitting is switched on and off manually or can be wired into an external device - such as a digital


timer – and is suitable where control of the lighting system is preferred. ESP


 01527 515150


MARSHALL-TUFFLEX LAUNCHES EXTENDED FIREFLY FIRE CLIPS RANGE


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o help meet the requirements of the updated BS 7671 IET


Wiring Regulations, Marshall- Tufflex has extended its range of Firefly fire clips. In the event of a fire the clips are designed to prevent cables falling and creating a hazard – providing a safer evacuation and allowing easy access for fire service crews.


The Firefly range now includes clips suitable for use on Marshall- Tufflex Maxi, Mono, Twin165, Twin Plus, Sterling Profile, Sterling Curve and Odyssey trunking systems. The clips fix to walls or ceilings and with a spring-loaded design are quick and easy to install. The Firefly fire clips are fire


resistant above 1000°C for up to 120 minutes and feature rounded ends to prevent damage to cables and injury to installers, and the design optimises the usable space within the trunking. The range includes both internal versions that are fitted within the trunking prior to cable installation and externally fitted variants for a fast and simple retrofit.


The previous IET Wiring Regulations required that all wiring on escape routes be protected from premature collapse during a fire. The 18th Edition of the regulations published in 2018 extends this requirement to the entire installation.


Nick Hayler, Technical and Product QA Manager at Marshall-Tufflex has worked extensively with BEAMA on fire safety including chairing a committee on the issue of premature collapse. The committee aims to clarify the definition of ‘premature collapse’ and is in the process of drafting guidance for specifiers and installers to help achieve compliance.


Marshall-Tufflex  01424 856655  www.marshall-tufflex.com CONNECTINGINDUSTRY.COM/ELECTRICALENGINEERING Evatron Wall Mounted Enclosures


solution for housing control equipment in the home and office. They are available in three size variants in both black


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and white ABS UL94 HB material. The top of the enclosure is made up of three parts, two


side clips which secure the enclosure and one main panel which is ideal for mounting control equipment, membranes and screens. Internally there are mounts available for PCB and in


addition, predefined wall mounting points in each corner of the case. All our Wall Mounted Enclosures can be customised to


your exact requirements including RFI shielding, machining and silk screening. Call now to find out more or click the ‘online chat’ icon on our website.


Evatron  01908 325100  www.evatron.com


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tylish designs for clean modern environments, this range of wall mounted enclosures are a discreet


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ENTIEL, has opened its new Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) Facility at its manufacturing facility located in Lugano, Switzerland. The state-of-


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