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    Scolmore wins prestigious international award

    Scolmore Group’s innovative IEC Lock+ connector has won a prestigious ‘Best of Show’ award at the Interop Tokyo 2016 Exhibition. … Read full story

    Watch the new GuardCam Video!

    GuardCam LED is a complete all-in-one PIR floodlight, camera, speaker and DVR system. Simply connect to main power, fix to wall, set the time and date and switch on! … Read full story

    Scolmore launches IEC Lock catalogue

    Leading wiring accessories and lighting supplier, Scolmore Group, has produced a new brochure for its growing IEC Lock range, which brings all product information together in one concise, informative,… Read full story

    Scolmore’s Inceptor LED Range - Lighting With Confidence

    Scolmore’s Inceptor range of integrated LED downlights has been awarded LIA Lab (Lighting Industry Association Laboratories) certification following successful testing of the products for safety… Read full story

    Flow Range Hits New Heights

    Scolmore is delighted to have been able to lend its support to a very worthwhile cause, when products from its Click Flow range were installed at the brand new Kent Multiple Sclerosis Centre in… Read full story

    SHINING A LIGHT ON LEDS

    Light-emitting diodes have been around for years.  But within the past decade LED’s have gone from being simple indicators on electrical devices, to brilliant white light sources capable of… Read full story

    Scolmore plugs into Sky

    Scolmore Group’s innovative IEC Locks have been used by broadcasting giant, BSkyB, to provide vital protection for servers and IT equipment at a number of data centres throughout its UK network.… Read full story

    New Remote Control For Click Inels RF

    A new 40-channel remote control has been launched by Click Scolmore for its iNELS Radio Frequency Wireless Control System, which will give users the ability to control the whole home automation system… Read full story

  • Case Studies

    Providing vital data communications solution

    ADP is a global provider of cloud-based Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions and leader in business outsourcing services, and has more than 600,000 clients in over 100 countries worldwide. … Read full story

    Scolmore’s IEC Lock turns up the heat

    The applications for Scolmore’s IEC Lock, with its unique and patented locking mechanism, are extensive – from data communications, military, medical and maritime, to outside broadcasting… Read full story

    17th Century Barn for 21st century living

    A rare, four-bay, pre-1750’s timber-frame barn in Betchworth, Surrey, has been saved from complete dereliction by its present owners, who were keen to restore the 400 year old property for use… Read full story

    Gothic Goes Green & Hi-Tec

    Hamble Cliff Lodge had stood proudly for some 200 years, on one side protecting the mansion Hamble Cliff House, where Queen Victoria visited, and with its back to the Solent on the outskirts of… Read full story

    Our products used in New York inspired apartments

    Inspired by the slick European and US style of residential block managed apartments in New York and Paris, are three stunning new contemporary apartment blocks recently completed in Manchester by… Read full story

    Pioneering eco houses with zero energy bills

    Revolutionary homes that would allow tenants to avoid energy bills are being pioneered in Northumberland by leading architects Space Group.  The Newcastle-based architecture and technology… Read full story

    Flow Range Hits New Heights

    Scolmore is delighted to have been able to lend its support to a very worthwhile cause, when products from its Click Flow range were installed at the brand new Kent Multiple Sclerosis Centre in… Read full story

    Blackpool Pleasure Beach given the Green Light

    Scolmore International has supplied a range of energy-efficient LED bulkheads from its Fumagalli Outdoor Lighting collection as part of the refurbishment programme for Blackpool Pleasure Beach –… Read full story

    Lighting up Coventry University with Fumagalli

    Coventry University has embarked on a massive 10 year, £160m refurbishment to become a state-of-the-art academic facility and has selected Click Scolmore lighting products as part of a focus to… Read full story

    Integrated approach for new lighting installation

    More than 850 of Scolmore Group’s Inceptor LED Downlights are providing a low energy lighting solution in a new £3.5m Apart-Hotel due to open in Piccadilly, Manchester this autumn. … Read full story

  • Ovia™ Electrical News

    Watch the new GuardCam Video!

    GuardCam LED is a complete all-in-one PIR floodlight, camera, speaker and DVR system. Simply connect to main power, fix to wall, set the time and date and switch on! … Read full story

    Enhanced features on new Ovia Electrical website

    Ovia Electrical has re-designed its website at www.oviaelectrical.com.au to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout. It provides… Read full story

    Scolmore makes its debut at Light+Building – Hall 4.0 Stand E51

    Scolmore Group will be attending Light+Building in Frankfurt for the first time in 2016, where it will demonstrate the breadth of its lighting products range from across the business divisions. … Read full story

    Pioneering eco houses with zero energy bills

    Revolutionary homes that would allow tenants to avoid energy bills are being pioneered in Northumberland by leading architects Space Group.  The Newcastle-based architecture and technology… Read full story

    Flow Range Hits New Heights

    Scolmore is delighted to have been able to lend its support to a very worthwhile cause, when products from its Click Flow range were installed at the brand new Kent Multiple Sclerosis Centre in… Read full story

    The DIY SOS Big Build

    14-year-old Jack Morris was born with a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy called central core myopothy, and in his short life he has had 19 operations to try to correct the symptoms of this disorder,… Read full story

Scolmore wins prestigious international award

Scolmore Group’s innovative IEC Lock+ connector has won a prestigious ‘Best of Show’ award at the Interop Tokyo 2016 Exhibition.

Interop Tokyo is renowned for being a top global business technology event, showcasing the very latest in cutting-edge networking products, solutions and services from manufacturers around the world.  This year, the exhibition attracted more than 140,000 participants. 

The Best of Interop Awards recognize exhibitors that have made significant technological advancements in specific areas. The winners in each category represent the products that the expert panel of judges believe have the most significant technical impact on their segment and are helping to move business technology forward. Scolmore’s IEC Lock+ product won the ‘Best of Show Award 2016’.

More than 500 companies and organizations exhibit at Interop Tokyo 2016, where they each showcase their products, solutions and services. A panel of expert judges selects the finalists in a range of categories, and the winners were announced at the show last month

The winning IEC Lock+ connector, entered by Scolmore Group and their Japanese partner AIM Electronics, builds on the success of the original IEC Lock first launched in 2010 and brings to market a more sophisticated model. It features a new release mechanism, which allows for disconnection from all sides. It requires no other equipment or special inlets to secure it, it is simply plugged into an appliance as you would a standard IEC lead. The red cage release mechanism also marks the new connector out from standard IEC leads to allow maintenance and other data centre staff to identify critical power sources.

IEC Lock+ has been designed to be implemented in areas where access is limited and ease of removal is of paramount importance. The new release mechanism clearly differentiates the product from other leads. This is especially important in data centres where there are likely to be thousands of leads and it may not be easy to identify critical and non-critical power sources

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