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Legrand Electric

Great King Street North
West Midlands
B19 2LF
United Kingdom

Telephone : 0845 605 4333
Fax : 0845 605 4334
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New hotel system puts users in control

Legrand has launched a new guest room management system that it claims provides ease of use, customisation and control for guests, reception staff or the hotel head office


Legrand acquires healthcare, assisted living specialist

Legrand is to enter the UK assisted living and healthcare sectors for the first time following the acquisition of North East based manufacturer, Tynetec


EXCLUSIVE The experts on how FMs should save energy

From the dead cold obvious to the most unlikely possibility, there's always ways to keep cutting your energy costs. And as pressure increases for FMs to find ways to do so, they have a vested interest in listening to what the experts have to say about wastage and consumption.


Illuminating ideas for energy saving

The pressure on businesses to reduce energy consumption is at an all time high, and lighting, as the single largest user of electricity in a typical commercial building, is the focus of a great deal of this attention. Alastair Ramsay talks about the role lighting control systems can play in delivering the necessary reductions.


Legrand Delivers Part M Style

Legrand has expanded its popular Synergy range to include a new selection of accessories that provide style and choice for those specifying within the constraints of Part M. The new range, which features matt black plates and white interiors, addresses the visibility requirements set out in the regulations by providing a contrast between background colour, plate and device interior.


Flexible Power

Does today’s electrical infrastructure have the capability to deal with flexible workplaces, and is it future-proofed to cope with developing business, technological and environmental demands? Steve Marr explains