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Coming up in the September-October 2017 issue of WireIN

LuxLive 2017 Preview

We preview the UK’s biggest and best lighting exhibition, which takes place in November at the ExCel London. Plan your visit with our guide to the show, exhibitors, and networking and seminar events.

Focus on UPS

A look at what’s new in commonly used uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), including static – offline, line interactive, double conversion online and delta conversion – and dynamic types such as rotary UPS.

Electrical protection

There are many aspects to low voltage (LV) electrical protection and this feature will include the technologies – fuses, fuse switches, electromechanical and thermal circuit breakers, MCBs, MCCBs, CBEs, RCDs and RCBOs – as well as related standards. Circuit protection studies will also be examined.

Features List

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Focused on our readership:

WireIN is packed with the latest leads & tenders, industry news, advice, unbiased technical features, training, health & safety, NICEIC & RECI up-dates, new products and all legislation issues effecting the electrical contracting industry.

Currently over 10,000 Decision-Makers (by name), receive their personal copy of WireIN, with the circulation still growing. No other publication gives this unrivalled access into the Irish Electrical & Scottish Electrical Industries.

Readership Includes:

Electrical Contractors, Electrical Installers, Specifiers, Consulting Engineers, HVCA Companies, Electrical Wholesalers, Electrical Distributors, Local Authorities (relevant depts), Property Managers, Housing Associations, Communication Companies, Security Companies and Electrical Related Decision-Makers within the Building Industry.

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