Schneider Electric

New ComPacT moulded-case circuit breakers from Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric recently unveiled a new generation of ComPacT™ moulded-case circuit breakers. Featuring a refreshed design that retains the footprint of previous models, the new breakers are designed to simplify maintenance activities. The ComPacT™ moulded-case circuit breakers range now comes connectivity-ready, and modular plug-and-play accessories expand the capacity for advanced monitoring capabilities. By keeping the […]

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Drayton urges UK heating engineers to start upskilling

Drayton has welcomed the Government’s recently unveiled Heat and Buildings Strategy, particularly the importance placed on the need for installers to begin upskilling now in preparation for consumer demand of low-carbon heating systems. As part of the Government’s £3.9 billion Heat and Buildings Strategy, a £450m boiler upgrade scheme is set to be launched in […]

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Schneider Electric enhances Lisse range with weatherproof wiring accessories

Schneider Electric has expanded its popular Lisse range of wiring accessories to include a weatherproof range. The Lisse weatherproof range is the newest addition providing complete IP66 protection across the entire portfolio of Lisse switches, sockets and multi-use enclosures. Manufactured from weather resistant PVC, the weatherproof range is suitable for a wide range of applications and is totally […]

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How Expert Service Partners Can Help Businesses Thrive

David Pownall, VP of Services at Schneider Electric UK & Ireland, looks at how expert service partners can help businesses thrive: If the impact that recent events have had on companies has revealed anything, it is that speed is vital to ensuring operational continuity. As we’ve learned, unexpected events can disrupt operations and impact revenues […]

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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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