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Varta: Greenham chooses Varta as its core supplier of consumer batteries

Greenham has chosen Varta as its new core supplier of consumer batteries and torches, after being with its previous supplier for over 30 years. Greenham is one of the largest distributors of safety and workplace supplies to the manufacturing, governmental and construction industries and will now stock Varta products through all of its 28 UK outlets. Owned by the FTSE 100 £4.2bn global distribution group, Bunzl plc, Greenham is stocking Varta’s High Energy Alkaline, Power Accu and Ready2Use re... [more]

Vista: Vista IR lighting options give installers a choice of illumination for effective night-time surveillance

Vista has launched a range of IR lighting options to give installers a choice of illumination for effective night-time surveillance, no matter the size or requirements of the installation. There are three different members to the family: the entry-level range will operate on either a 12V DC or 24V AC power supply, allowing the installer to select an external PSU for the whole camera position. These lamps include a built-in photo cell to automatically switch on when the light level drops Bu... [more]

Victoria Hospital: Draka Halogen-free cables for the new Glasgow Victoria Hospital

When completed in 2009, Victoria Hospital will be one of the largest hospitals in Scotland and is expected to treat around 400,000 patients each year. Draka is supplying in excess of 20,000 metres of cable for the new £100 million Victoria Hospital that is currently taking shape in Glasgow. In addition to supplying 0HLS® Halogen-free Firetufplus circuit integrity alarm cable for the Chubb fire detection and alarm system being installed by Forth Electrical Services, Draka is also providing... [more]

Vision-Products: Earth-Connect simplifies and speeds up complex TV reception and distribution cabling tasks

Recent legislation requires any TV system that joins individual dwellings to be properly earthed for the safety of customers. However, earth-bonding every input and output from all components of a complex TV distribution system has previously been both difficult and time-consuming, especially when bringing up-to-date an old installation. Vision-Products Earth-Connect enables a new or existing distribution system to be quickly, simply and cheaply brought up to the required standard of safety w... [more]

Vision-Products: Genie Pro distributes satellite and terrestrial communal TV signals to small and medium sized installations

Vision-Products has announce the launch of their system in a box for integrated reception systems (IRS). Genie Pro provides effective and reliable distribution of satellite and terrestrial communal TV signals to small and medium sized installations, such as large private homes, guest houses, and small hotels. The Vision-Products Genie Pro IRS multiswitch provides satellite, terrestrial TV, DAB and FM radio single-cable distribution from centralised antennas to up to 24 independent outlets, wi... [more]

Vision Products: Vision amplifiers boost and distribute digital TV signals around the home

Electrical contractors increasingly called on to supply and fit TV reception and distribution equipment. There's currently a lot of concern over pre- and post-switchover Freeview signal levels so aerial amplification is becoming increasingly important, with the widely varying signal levels available for digital terrestrial TV across the country, and the need for long cable runs to serve multiple TVs. Vision Products amplifiers address several of the problems facing installers and viewers in the ... [more]

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