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Foremost Electronics appointed UK distributor for Neutrik Industrial Connectors


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oremost Electronics, the Essex based specialist distributor of electromechanical components and sub-assemblies, is pleased to


announce that they have been appointed UK Distributor for circular connector specialist Neutrik Industrial Connectors. Announcing the


availability of two significant new cable and chassis connector series at the same time Alan Vincent, Sales Director of Foremost Electronics, comments. “Neutrik are recognised as world leaders in connectivity for the audio, broadcast and lighting markets and supply major OEMs and systems integrators. And we are very pleased to be offering these two new products immediately.” The two new Neutrik connector families meet connectivity requirements where the need for complete data signal integrity is critical. “Recognising the increasing requirements for rugged and reliable data and power


connectors for industrial applications Neutrik have chosen Foremost Electronics to be their UK sales channel to the industrial market in the UK.” continues Alan Vincent. “Foremost has almost 30 years of experience selling connectors and a wide range of electromechanical components to UK electronic systems manufacturers and Neutrik’s wide range of connector solutions will be a great fit in our portfolio


Beware cowboy electricians!


industry would have a significant upliſt on the economy while also driving massive improvements in public safety, a leading industry figure has said. Speaking on BBC Radio Scotland, Fiona Harper, The Secretary of the Scottish Joint Industry Board (SJIB), welcomed moves by the Scottish Government to publish a consultation on the regulation of electricians. She told the BBC’s Andrew Black why change must come sooner rather than later. “In Scotland at this moment in time anyone can call themselves an electrician and carry out electrical work,” Fiona said. “Even if you decided tomorrow, Andrew, that radio is no longer for you, you could buy a van, call yourself an electrician, and it wouldn’t be against the law. “But electrical installation is what is described as a safety-


S Fiona Harper


critical activity. It’s always important that installations are safe, because if not, they can result in injury or death.” News of the consultation contained in the 2019-20


Programme for Government released earlier this month was immediately endorsed by SJIB and SELECT, the electrotechnical trade association. Both are among bodies campaigning to raise public awareness about the need to use registered electricians.


tricter regulations within the electrical


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