Sparks Electrical News

The Voltex Group strives to be at the forefront of technology developments and to harness its breadth of expertise to deliver the latest affordable, accessible and sustainable electrical innovations to its customers.

Members of the lighting industry recently gathered for an information session in Pretoria held jointly by the National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS), the Department of Energy (DoE) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Information shared was around the planned regulation of general service and directional lamps for general illumination using incandescent, halogen, fluorescent, high intensity discharge, LED, and other light sources.

In two recently published profiles of electrical contractors in Sparks Electrical News, both electricians said the one tool they could not live without, was a multimeter. Digital multimeters are designed to help tradespeople do their jobs faster, more efficiently and with greater accuracy. There are models available for every budget and application, and with the ever-changing technology of electronic circuits, multimeters have advanced to include Bluetooth connectivity, graphic display and built-in scope meters as well as thermal detectors.

Kruben Bennie, Head of Business Unit – Low Voltage Control Products at Siemens, is passionate about many things, including empowering South Africa’s youth and the possibilities digitalization can offer the industry.

The range of high quality LED panel lights from VETi is highly efficient and supplied with a low voltage, EMC-approved, constant current,  flicker-free driver which is safe, saves energy, enables a long lighting lifetime and ensures the best possible light for any application. The anodised aluminium frame ensures excellent heat dissipation and therefore a longer life for LEDs.

Electronic Motor Protection relays are designed for motor applications where efficiency and reliability are essential. From simple or basic protection to advanced motor protection applications, they use dedicated functions and communication to manage motors more effectively.

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Contact Sparks Electrical News

Title: Editor
Name: Gregg Cocking
Email: sparks@crown.co.za
Phone: +27 11 622-4770
Fax: +27 11 615-6108

Title: Advertising Manager
Name: Carin Hannay
Email: carinh@crown.co.za
Phone: +27 11 622-4770
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