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IDEAL Networks forms distribution agreement with Mayflex

DEAL Networks has formed an agreement with Mayflex, the distributor of Converged IP Solutions, to distribute several products from its cable certification and security portfolio. IDEAL Networks, part of IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC,

provides solutions for testing and documenting data cable, networks and more. Mayflex will be placing an emphasis on the IDEAL Networks range of security testers including the newly launched SecuriTEST IP. SecuriTEST IP is an allinone CCTV tester that can

connect, power, configure and document which helps to increase productivity from start to finish. SecuriTEST IP combines the functionally of a video monitor, cable tester, PoE injector and laptop in one device reducing equipment investment. “The IDEAL Networks range of testers, including the new SecuriTEST IP, help installers to overcome challenges and improve profitability,” says Tim Widdershoven, Global Marketing Manager for IDEAL Networks. “We are confident that our collaboration with Mayflex will help more technicians to install, test, troubleshoot and document CCTV camera systems, networks and cable effectively.” “I am delighted to welcome IDEAL Networks on

board. It’s range of testers will introduce exciting new opportunities to Mayflex with both our existing and potential new customer base,” comments Jason Rudge, Commercial Procurement Director at Mayflex. Jason continues, “The range of products from

IDEAL Networks fits perfectly into both our Infrastructure and IP Security portfolios and offers our customers further choice in terms of which brand and products are right for them.” For further details on the IDEAL Networks product

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models to its comprehensive range. The SmartVector has been introduced


Simply saving energy with DANLERS High Bay PIRs

sports halls. The products detect a person moving within the


detection area and control the lights accordingly. Each product includes an adjustable time lag function plus and adjustable photocell. There are versions for simply switching the

lighting load on/off, as well as products for DALI, DSI or 110VDC ballasts, which automatically dim or brighten the lights in response to changes in the ambient light level. The products either come with manual

adjustment or as versions which are programmable using the FREE DANLERS ‘EasyZAPP’ or ‘ControlZAPP’ apps on an Android phone or tablet. Tel: 01249 443377, fax: 01249 443388, email: or view our website:

ANLERS High Bay PIR occupancy switches are ideal for energy saving lighting control in areas such as factories, storage aisles and

to help maximise indoor air quality, particularly when Building Bulletin 101 is a requirement. The new models will be ideal for installation in classrooms and offices where the highest standards of air quality are essential for the wellbeing and productivity of the occupants. There are two floor standing and one

highwall models in the range with outputs ranging from 1.7 to 12.5kW. All models are available with EC motors and connectivity via BMS for increased controllability and comfort levels. Smart Vectors introduce fresh air into the building via a plenum fitted with an electronic damper linked to a CO2 sensor sited within the space. This provides automatic on demand ventilation in the room the emitter is serving and helps to achieve excellent air quality. The units come complete with a

enowned fan convector manufacturer DunhamBush has added a number of important new

uThe new slimline SL Series fan convector from DunhamBush.

standard control package, which provides fresh air heating, fresh air ventilation and recirculation heating modes. An extract air enabling option is also available. Further control options are available to meet specific customer requirements on request. Also new for this summer launch are slimline wall

mounted fan convectors with top or front grilles and outputs ranging from 1.4 to 9.0kW. Built to the same robust standards as the existing range of heating products and available with EC motors, they feature easy access for maintenance, pencil proof grilles and builtin or remote control options. The new Series SL is a great solution where space is tight. The new AvantGarde fan convector models have been designed specifically to interface with condensing boiler systems where return water temperatures are below dew point, (under 55°). AvantGarde models enable condensing boilers to

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significantly increase their combustion efficiency, while reducing emissions during condensing mode. The increased water temperature differentials across the coil also help to reduce pumping energy usage by up to 87%, while the decreased water temperatures reduce standing losses from pipework. The option of an EC motor can also reduce electrical consumption by up to 8o% compared to a standard AC motor. Outputs range from 1.7 to 12.5kW. DunhamBush has also announced that high

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