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Coming up in the March-April 2017 issue of WireIN

The Internet of Things and smart homes

The average member of the public doesn’t realise how much the Internet of Things (IoT) is simplifying their lives through systems such as smart home apps to control their heating. We’ll take a look at how electrical contractors and installers could be gaining significant extra business by examining the technologies, issues and some applications.

Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) and test equipment

This feature will examine PAT testing and the relevant regulations, including the IET’s 4th Edition Code of Practice. Test instruments will include DMMs, PAT, clamp meters, energy monitoring, 17th Edition and Part P testers, infrared thermographic cameras, inspection cameras, data and cable testers and power quality testers plus accessories.

Fire, safety and security including emergency lighting

Building design and regulation requirements now require virtually all non-domestic buildings to have fire alarm systems installed, while rental and domestic homes are also increasingly having systems fitted. The feature will include fire alarms, sounders/sirens, smoke, fire, gas and ionisation detectors, fire barrier systems, fire performance cables and fire control panels, as well as emergency lighting.

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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.

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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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