Electrical Contracting News (ECN) March 2017 - Page 58

PRODUCTS COMPANY SHOWCASE

PRODUCTS COMPANY SHOWCASE

SPONSORED STORIES FROM THE INDUSTRY
SAVING ENERGY WITH DANLERS ’ NEW HIGH BAY PIRS
Danlers has launched a new range of high bay PIR occupancy switches . The range is ideal for energy saving lighting control in areas such as factories , storage aisles and entrance 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 .
For further information visit : www . danlers . co . uk
GET UP TO SPEED WITH NICEIC & ELECSA TRAINING
The latest 2017 training prospectus from NICEIC and ELECSA is now available and features the largest ever selection of learning opportunities for contractors .
Each course is specifically tailored to suit the needs of individuals and businesses across the electrical , gas , renewables , water and health and safety sectors . All courses can now be booked online .
New courses now featured include an extended range of fire alarm and emergency lighting packages , level 4 award in design and verification , as well as courses in domestic ventilation and data cabling to help you and your business diversify into new areas and take advantage of the growing opportunities being presented to contractors .
The new online booking platform makes viewing all available dates and locations for courses easy and online booking is quick and simple .
For further information visit : www . shop . niceic . com / training
POE FOR REDUCED INSTALLATION COSTS & EASIER CONNECTION
Wieland Electric is expanding its range of industrial network solutions with the introduction of the Wienet UMS 8-4PoE-W Ethernet switch . The switch has eight fast Ethernet ports , four of which are PoE capable with an injector function . The joint transfer of energy and data on an Ethernet cable simplifies installation and reduces the cost of the network . Wienet UMS 8-4PoE-W is equipped with broadcast-storm and Ethernet ESD , in addition to power line EFT protection , thus preventing network disturbances and outages . Up to 15.4W power at 48V DC can be fed per PoE port according to IEEE 802.3af .
The switches can be operated in temperatures ranging from -40 ° C to 75 ° C and have a robust metal IP30 rated housing with good EMC properties . The 24V / 48V DC power supply inputs with signalling relay ensures reliable operation of complex industrial networks . In addition to Wienet UMS 8-4PoE-W , Wieland Electric also offers a compact five-port switch and a 16-port light managed switch .
For further information visit : www . wieland . co . uk
CELESTIAL LED LIGHTING FROM LUCECO
Celeste is an attractive new circular LED luminaire from Luceco featuring a ‘ corona ’ backlight effect with a direct / indirect light distribution . The Celeste is ideal for many commercial and residential lighting applications boasting an efficacy range of Llm / w 107 .
The backlit accent effect is available in red , yellow , green and blue plus a choice of decorative bezel trims including white , brushed chrome and steel finish . The luminaire can be surface , wall mounted , or suspended using a three point 1.5m suspension kit .
The Celeste offers up to 50,000 hours ’ working life with no maintenance or relamping requirements . Available in 12 , 21 and 30W options with standard output , digital dimming , microwave and emergency variants including self-test , this celestial luminaire offers plenty of energy saving credentials .
Celeste is also available with an integral microwave sensor which further reduces energy consumption . With the corridor function selected , the sensor adjusts the light level to 10 per cent of the normal level when the space is unoccupied .
For further information visit : www . luceco . com
NEW TRIMLESS RECESSED DOWNLIGHT FROM NATIONAL LIGHTING
The Horizon is the newest addition to National Lighting ’ s range of recessed plaster-in fittings . These modern trimless downlights are available with a round or a square recess . Both designs offer the benefit of a tiltable and rotatable insert , so that the light can be directed to where it is needed . The Horizon also offers anti-glare properties , and includes a GU10 lampholder and is fully compatible with LED energy saving lamps .
Installation of these fittings is easy . Simply cut out a hole in the ceiling ( or wall ), insert the fitting and screw into place . Clip in the centre part of the fitting and then plaster and paint around the fixture .
For further information visit : www . nationallighting . co . uk
SMALL EMERGENCY LED CONVERSION SYSTEM FROM MACKWELL
XY-Fi is a small emergency LED conversion system that can be employed without altering the original design of the luminaire . At only 12mm bezel diameter , XY-Fi can still deliver spacings of over 6m .
Simple to install , XY-Fi is discreet and has been engineered for unobtrusive and seamless integration and can be mounted in the bezel of an existing luminaire . Increased photometric performance allows up to a 50 per cent increase in the spacings requirement .
When retrofitting into fluorescent luminaires , the existing LED indicator aperture can be used for installation . The XY-Fi also features an integral bi-colour status indicator .
Designed for integral or remote mounting , the XY-Fi has integral strain relief and is compatible with AutoTest and DALI drivers , with a typical flux of 77 lumens and a lifetime of over 50,000 hours . XY-Fi is intended for use with a non-maintained class 2 emergency driver , which includes a rechargeable 3.6V 2.2Ah NiMh battery pack for three-hour operation .
For further information visit : www . mackwell . com
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