Second Generation Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm from Nest

The Nest Smart Smoke & Carbon Monoxide alarm is the best and the latest smoke alarm on the market. Featuring an impressive smart control system where you can access the device remotely via a mobile device, and receive texts about the state of the alarm, then if here is no danger of any fire you can override the alarm and deactivate the fire alarm safely. The sensor is of an industrial grade with a 10 year lifetime, and designed to detect slow or fast burning fires, including leakages of the lethal carbon monoxide gas around the home. Because the smoke and carbon monoxide alarm system is wired directly into the mains you don't have to take a gamble on whether the batter is dead or not, and put you and your family at risk with an unreliable smoke detection system. The only battery in the alarm is the back up battery which will activate when there is a power outage. Nest Smart Smoke & Carbon Monoxide alarm retails from around £89 from ScrewFix Direct, and includes a 2 Year Ma...
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Digital Multimeter 760-2 from Testo

The Testo 760-2 Digital Multimeter is an electrical current measurement tool with a low pass filter and a true root mean square measurement (TRMS). This offers  a greater current measurement range, ranging from CAT IV 600 V and CAT III 1000 V. The device has an improved interface panel with no dial and features a large LCD display, with a clear backlight which enables the screen to be seen more clearly than was possible on older devices with a smaller screen area. Unlike older models there is no dial on the digital multimeter, as there are function keys instead that allow the correct settings to be set and prevent incorrect settings from accidentally being entered manually, which would be normally be possible with a manual dial. To date it is the best digital multimeter on the market and is IP64 rated and complies with EN 61326-1 standards.
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Modern Electrical Wiring Solutions

Wiring a modern home is becoming an interesting process. With new wireless technologies being introduced, never has there been so many different wiring configurations available. One new wiring method is the hub wire. The hub wire consolidates all of the homes wiring. Instead of having many separate wires (for power, telephone, cable or satellite TV, computer) all daisy-chained through your walls. A network connects everything into a single, central hub. The hub wire then runs directly from this hub to each room, where modular outlets provide access to services. Though more expensive than traditional wiring, these conductors are better able to handle the demands of high-speed transmissions -- resulting in less interference and clearer reception. Newly introduced wireless networking products can connect computers, printers, or other devices, as can kits that use the existing electrical or telephone wiring in your house.
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Electric Security Shutters For Entrances

Used to add a layer of protection to a exposed entrance, electric security shutters are a great way to add an automated security system to a building. Depending on what it will be used for, you may choose a certain design. For example, office/commercial use shutters have police and insurance approved specifications which is useful for these types of businesses. Like mentioned, the shutters can be installed in front of the entrance. This then acts as a second layer of protection, which can be pulled down when required. Security shutters are perfect for domestic, industrial or commercial use with a vast range of colour choices and fixed or remote access control options ensuring the easiest and safest control methods. The shutters can be integrated into a home automation or independent control system if required. Security shutters are often bespoke made according to the size of the entrance, providing security for high risk through to lower risk protection.
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Electrical Safety Tips

Many home fires start because of a simple mistake that could of been addressed with a little bit of knowledge before hand. So be sure to keep your home safe with these electrical safety tips.
  • Avoid running extension cords across doorways or under carpets.
  • In homes with small children, make sure your home has tamper-resistant electrical sockets.
  • Follow the manufacturer's instructions when plugging an appliance into an electrical socket.
  • Consider having additional circuits or outlets added by a qualified electrician so you do not have to use extension cords.
  • Avoid overloading outlets. Plug only one high-wattage appliance into each electrical socket at a time.
  • If outlets or switches feel warm, frequent problems with blowing fuses or tripping circuits, or flickering or dimming lights, call a qualified electrician.
  • Place lamps on level surfaces, away from things that can burn and use bulbs that match the lamp's recommended wattage.

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Security Shutters

Samson Doors are specialists in supplying Security Shutters to homes and businesses around the UK

Automatic Swing Gates

Automatic Swing Gates , Automatic sliding, swing gates and access control systems for your property and your business.