Lithe Audio launches Pro Series Wi-Fi ceiling speaker

Lithe Audio has launched its WiSA CertifiedTM Pro Series Wi-Fi Ceiling Speakers, aimed at the custom installation and Atmos installation markets. The Pro Series is a high-spec wireless installation speaker solution that delivers high-quality audio coupled with an unrivalled feature set. Available from April 2021, priced from £599.99 for a pair. The Lithe Audio Pro […]

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7 power management strategies to help avoid unexpected outages

Stewart Gregory, VP of Power Products at Schneider Electric look at 7 power power management strategies that electrical professionals need to know about: Large buildings and critical infrastructure have never been more dependent on reliable power. Outages are not only inconvenient, but they lead to lost revenue, bad service, and in some scenarios, loss of […]

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NAPIT calls for Enhanced Electrical Safety Standards throughout the UK

Electricity is in use all around us, it can be dangerous and has the potential to be fatal, yet the legislation surrounding the safety standards of electrical installations in dwellings differs throughout the UK and between tenures.  NAPIT is calling on the UK Government and devolved administrations to end this disparity to enable parity of […]

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Industry pulls together to support Nightingale Hospital at London ExCeL

In these difficult times, the electrical industry is pulling together to help supply essential products and services to our hospitals as quickly as possible. Last week, Crawley-based ventilation manufacturer Vent-Axia was proud to supply 50 EuroSeries (ESP) fans to support the development of the new NHS Nightingale Hospital at London ExCeL. Working with the team […]

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Government announces mandatory electrical checks in the Private Rented Sector

The Government’s announcement that it will bring in mandatory electrical checks in the Private Rented Sector has been welcomed by the Electrical Safety Roundtable (ESR), which has been campaigning for the change for several years. Housing Secretary James Brokenshire gave notice of the forthcoming changes in a speech which also detailed a number of measures […]

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