Electrical Contracting News (ECN) September 2016 - Page 26

COMPETITION WIN A FITBIT TRACKER At the forefront of major developments within the lighting and wiring accessories sectors, Scolmore Group’s latest product launch introduces new plug-and-play, wireless switching and dimming solutions to the company’s ever-expanding line-up. Two new products, the iNels RFDEL71F dimming control and the iNels RFSA-61F switching control, have been launched as part of Scolmore’s Flow range of lighting management products, and they introduce Click iNels wireless technology to the Flow system, to offer a simple to install solution to adding dimming and switching control to lighting products. Both products offer superior performance, with the dimming control capable of dimming and switching up to 160W of load including LED, while the switching control – rated at 16A – is suitable for switching most domestic and commercial loads. They feature an in-line plug-and-play control, pre-fitted with the trademark blue Click Flow connectors, which also allows for simple connection and disconnection for installation purposes, as well as for periodic testing to be carried out. Both the dimming and switching control can be controlled wirelessly by up to 32 wireless switches, and they will control wirelessly from up to 160m on the dimming control and 200m on the switching control in free air – offering total flexibility for switching from multiple locations. Six programmable settings on the switching control and seven on the dimming control offer a degree of flexibility that makes them suitable for most installation requirements. For further information visit: www.scolmore.com courtesy of Closing date To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following questions: 1. What is the load capability of the new dimming control? 2. How many wireless switches can the dimming and switching devices control? a) 160W b) 60W c) 100W 3. What is the wireless range capacity of the new switching control? a) 12 b) 32 c) 16 a) 180m b) 200m c) 150m All entries must be returned by 30th September 2016. No correspondence will be entered into. The editor’s decision is final. The name of the winner will be published in the November issue of ECN. * Prize is not exchangeable. July competition The winner of an iPod Touch courtesy of BG Electrical was Katie Wortham of Creatside. To enter, please complete the form below and fax to 01634 673173, or post to: ECN Competition, All Things Media Ltd, Suite 14, 6-8 Revenge Road, Lordswood, Kent, ME5 8UD. ✃ The answers to September’s competition are: 1. ........................................ 2. .............