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Napit has announced a new app, Napit Mobile, which is specifically designed for Napit members to certify their work on the move on mobile and tablet.

eVolt and National Grid believe business owners can have a significant impact on the number of drivers converting to electric vehicles (EVs) by simply giving employees access to charge points at work.

Thousands of pounds are set to be raised for good causes in the electrotechnical industry at the upcoming ECA Gala Dinner and Annual Awards, which is being held in London this June.

The space saving combined Type 1 and 2 Lightning current and Surge arrester from DEHN is now available with volt free remote auxiliary contacts.

Yuasa put on a powerful display at this year’s Data Centre World exhibition at Excel, London on 15/16 March. The world’s leading battery manufacturer had an extensive presence at the show which included a state-of-the-art Lithium (Li-ion) Power Cabinet in the DCW Live Green Data Centre.

The new BMP™61 Label Printer offers great performance that matches your own. It is portable, fast and can handle a lot of identification challenges thanks to its wireless connectivity and a wide range of durable labels to print on.

By Stewart Langdon MSLL, business development director, Mackwell Electronics

So, the scene has been set, we have our smart tool, the phone or tablet; we have Apps and we have wireless, 4G and other smart networks which is great news, but what does it really give us? Well to be honest, this is where the hype kicks in and perhaps the confusion. For a definition of the Internet of Things I refer you to this definition from Wikipedia; the Internet of Things is the internetworking of physical devices, vehicles (also referred to as ‘connected devices’ and ‘smart devices’), buildings and other items embedded with electronics, software sensors, actuators and network connectivity that enable these objects to collect and exchange data

Netwise Hosting is an innovative and forward thinking company, and one of London's leading data centres. Based in central London, their facilities and systems have been designed and built in-house, allowing for strong working relationships with all the technology suppliers, not least EcoCooling. Netwise have just completed their second EcoCooling installation within their estate, This case study documents these first 2 phases and possible future plans.

As network operators and consumers become more and more aware of the importance of the security of supply in electrical power systems, they are becoming increasingly interested in the continuous measurement of power quality. In order to identify problems at an early stage and to be able to take appropriate preventative measures, the first step is to use a suitable measuring system to closely analyse the supply system or technical equipment over a longer time period. Depending on the specific facility and application, the requirements to be met by a suitable measuring system are very varied and include a wide range of different measurement functions.

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Time:
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  • 28 March 2017 - 28 March 2017
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IP EXPO Manchester is part of Europe’s number ONE enterprise IT event series, designed for those looking to find out how the latest IT innovations can drive business growth and competitiveness.

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