White 150W Lampholder with Integral Cord Grip BC High heat resistance (T2 rated) to BS EN 61184:1995 Max lamp rating: 150W Plunger springs are enclosed in brass sleeves Zinc plated steel bayonet sleeve for durability BS EN 60598-2-1 BS EN 61184:1995
The Basix Shaver Adaptor converts a normal three-pin socket outlet to a two-pin shaving socket, enabling you to use a shaver or toothbrush battery recharger in places that do not have a two-pin socket. The maximum load must not exceed 240 W, which is ample for shaving, and the Basix Shaver Adaptor is fitted with a 1 A fuse (BS646) to prevent this occurring accidentally.
Travelling to the UK/Ireland? The SMJ Tourist Adaptor is a must have indispensable accessory! The SMJ Tourist Adaptor will convert most international plugs to a standard UK plug, allowing your electrical devices to be used with mains sockets in the UK and Ireland. Be ready for anything with the SMJ Tourist Adaptor !
APCs Switched Rack Power Distribution Units (PDUs) are premium solutions to many of the power management problems seen in todays IT environments. Some of the problems are unauthorized use of power outlets, locked-up equipment, in-rush current, overloaded circuits, and the need of remote access to power outlets in the rack. The Switched Rack PDUs address these problems through individual outlet
Original BTC is a British company committed to producing good quality, well designed lights. Created in-house by designer Peter Bowles, BTC lights blend materials from bone china and satin chromes to natural cotton and aluminium. The relaxed, unprocessed style will sit comfortably in most settings. The Hector Dome switched wall light has satin aluminium fixings and a fine bone china shade and
SMJ Switched Lampholder SMJWSWLHC on other UK sites
APC Switched Rack Power Distribution Units (PDUs) enable advanced, user-customizable power control and active monitoring. Remote outlet level controls allow power on/off functionality for power recycling to remotely reboot equipment and restrict unauthorized use of individual outlets. Power sequencing delays allow users to define the order in which to power up or down attached equipment. Avoid