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Wiring Rules 2018, Chapter Two: ensuring a less shocking future

“To date, the AS/NZ300 Wiring Rules have helped to massively reduce the number of electrocutions. Chapter Two of the 2018 Edition continues the challenge to optimise electrical safety, primarily through minimising the potential for electric shock, but increasingly through moves to reduce the chances of electrical fires.” Dennis Galvin, Legrand Technical Director

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  • Galaxy: Setting the standards for connected emergency lighting systems

    We often take emergency lighting for granted. It is there in case something goes wrong with the regular lighting, and as such it is a service that ideally will rarely or never actually be required. Nevertheless, in a genuine emergency situation, it might make the difference between life and death. As such, it needs to be intrinsically dependable in design, easy to install, and simple to reconfigure to meet changing building requirements over time. It should also be intuitive to test and maintain to ensure its reliable operation in an emergency situation.

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  • Connected solutions to help us disconnect

    As we surround ourselves with ever more connected devices, it becomes increasingly difficult to disentangle ourselves from the demands of the modern world. However, by harnessing the right connected solutions we can actively enhance our comfort, convenience and enjoyment to help us unplug and unwind.

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  • Smart living: the intelligence behind the automation

    KNX provides the communications protocol to deliver next-generation levels of comfort, convenience, cost savings and flexibility to the places we work, live, learn and enjoy our leisure activities.

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  • Independent living: technology for healthcare at home

    Technological breakthroughs in home healthcare solutions are allowing aging Australians to stay safe, secure, happy, healthy and independent within their own homes for longer, while providing peace of mind to friends and family.

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  • Induction charging: welcome to the wireless world

    We are living in a world that is increasingly connected. Mobile technology means we are only ever a click away from instant access to information, communication and entertainment.

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  • Cost saving, convenience and comfort: the case for lighting control systems

    Building owners and developers understand the importance of energy efficient solutions. While many incentive schemes are in place to reward green performance, the bottom line is that reductions in energy usage equate directly with lower operating costs.

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  • Legrand’s LIION: the future battery for Emergency Lighting

    Legrand’s new Emergency Lighting luminaires have arrived with the latest Lithium-ion battery technology. The LIION range is specifically designed and manufactured in Australia to suit Australian and New Zealand conditions.

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  • Lighting controls solutions for the commercial sector

    If you built a new commercial building ten years ago, the chances are that there would have been minimal smart lighting management devices installed.

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  • Contemporary connections: Type-C USB

    In the world of technology, change is constant as manufacturers continually search to incorporate the latest innovation into their products to improve performance and enrich their customers’ experience. A good example is the recent development of the Type-C USB, which is likely in time to relegate most other cables and sockets to the bin.

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  • Australian hotels: Investing in integration

    The hotel market in Australia is currently undergoing a period of significant growth.

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