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New generation of modular connectors from Stäubli cuts assembly and maintenance costs

connectors introduced by Stäubli features a Click-and- Connect system that enables all parts to be quickly assembled manually without the use of any special tools. With a light, modern design incorporating the highest level of safety features, they can be fully customised


ESP launches free design service for

will cover CCTV Systems and Fire Systems. Available to any size of business, the aim is to provide

CCTV and Fire systems E

expertise in choosing the right products and solutions to create a scheme that meets all the requirements and objectives of the project in question, and that is compliant with all the relevant regulations and standards. From an initial enquiry the next stage will be one of

information and measurements gathering. For larger and more complex design schemes, a visit to site will be carried out for a detailed survey. With all the relevant information gathered, including drawings and specifications, a suitable design proposal for a CCTV System or Fire System will be created and supplied to the client along with a quotation. Two-way interaction between customer and the ESP design team throughout the process will be of paramount importance to ensure the design scheme meets all the necessary requirements.

ESP • 01527 515150 •

SP has launched a free, dedicated design service which will allow contractors access to a design facility that

esigned to cut assembly and maintenance costs to the minimum, the new CombiTac direqt family of modular

CombiTac direqt modular connectors have been designed to cut assembly and maintenance costs to the minimum.

to meet customer requirements. Each carrier and frame is coded, eliminating any possibility of assembly error or incorrect polarity mating between male and female connectors. All configurations, whether for panel mount or housing applications, ensure a constant and reliable connection for signals, power and pneumatic coupling for up to 10 000 mating cycles.

Stäubli Electrical Connectors • 01908 265544 •

Scolmore stays one step ahead with new anti-viral testing W

ith an increasing emphasis on building cleanliness, Scolmore has taken a further step to ensure that its wiring accessory products offer enhanced hygiene

properties. The company’s popular Mode, Mode Part M and Polar plates have now been independently tested and have shown to have anti-viral properties against enveloped and non-enveloped viruses. After a contact period of 4 hours, all tested plates were shown to have a 99.9% kill off rate against enveloped viruses and a 92% kill off rate against non-enveloped viruses.

This new anti-viral testing is in addition to the anti-bacterial testing already carried out. Mode, Mode Part M

and Polar are all manufactured using Urea Formaldehyde, which has similar inherent properties to antimicrobial additives that inhibit the growth of infectious diseases. When independently tested, all products achieved a 99.99% kill off rate across all four types of the strains of bacteria – MRSA, E-Coli, Salmonella and Klebsiella Pneumonia. Mode is a range of contemporary, white wiring accessories and is the company’s best-selling wiring

accessories collection to date. Scolmore

• 01827 63454 IDEAL Networks honoured by 2020 Cabling Installation & Maintenance Innovators Awards

Director for IDEAL Networks. “This certifier has certainly set a new standard for the industry and delivers a wide range of benefits to users and their customers, so we are delighted that this innovation has also received the honour of a Gold level Award,” With LanTEK IV, users can now conduct and save a

Cat6A test within 7 seconds. The tester’s enhanced functionality certifies links up to Cat8, including TCL and Resistance Unbalance and will sweep to 3000MHz providing room for future ratified ISO and TIA test standards. LanTEK IV also includes the patented VisiLINQ™

permanent link adapter, a unique way to test that gives users everything needed to initiate testing and view the results in the palm of their hand. Users simply connect the adapter to the port, activate it, and see an instant result as the adapter lights up – green for a pass, red for a fail. The highly versatile VisiLINQ adapters are suitable for testing and certifying UTP, STP, Cat5e/6/6a/8.1 cabling from the patch panel to the work area outlet. As technicians can do this without even needing to touch the certifier, this innovation helps them to work smarter, saving time and increasing productivity. With a new approach to certification, LanTEK IV

2020 Cabling Installation & Maintenance Innovators Awards. IDEAL Networks was confirmed as a Gold honouree in the Test Equipment category. A stellar line up of third-party judges, which included


cabling and communications system specifiers, designers, integrators and managers with vast professional

DEAL Networks’ LanTEK IV cable certifier has been recognised among the best in the industry by the

experience, selected the honourees. Entries were judged against criteria such as innovation, value to the user, sustainability, meeting a defined need, collaboration and impact. “We launched LanTEK IV to give users a new and

unique way to certify copper and fibre cable that would also boost their productivity and provide overall time and cost savings,” says Tim Widdershoven, Marketing


increases connectivity and collaboration in conjunction with the new IDEAL AnyWARE Cloud. The cloud-based test management system allows real time collaboration between Project Managers and Technicians, as well as advanced pre-configuration options, extensive data management capability and professional reporting. Engineers, technicians and installers can simply hit the sync button to transfer results straight from the LanTEK IV to the IDEAL AnyWARE Cloud.

IDEAL Networks • 01925 428380 •

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