Flex Connectors takes control of lighting in innovation centre

Flex Connectors, lighting, control

Flex7 lighting-connection and control products from Flex Connectors were specified and installed in the £8.5 million Innovation Centre at the University of Northampton. The company was involved in the project from the initial design stage through to customer handover. The Flex7 system was chosen for the flexibility of the product range and the cost savings associated with the ease of installation.

This flagship building for the Northampton Enterprise Zone consists of 42 flexible office units in a range of sizes, a cafe and a conference centre over five floors.

Absence and daylink-linking lighting control was installed throughout the building. The system operates at protected extra-low voltage, and control packs simply plug into any Flex7 eZeBox connection unit.

The control system keeps corridor lighting on if rooms off that corridor are occupied. The corridor-hold unit is self powered and can be linked to eight different rooms or areas. Extra inputs can be created by doubling up units to create 16 in all.

For more information on this story, click here: July 2015, 133
Related links:
Related articles:



modbs tv logo

All change for Heat Network Association

The Manufacturers’ of Equipment for Heat Networks Association, MEHNA, have launched a new digital face with their new website 

HS2 Code of Practice is good news for JIB members

High Speed Two Limited (HS2 Ltd) has released its Employee and Industrial Relations (EIR) Code of Practice (the Code), which brings significant advantages to Joint Industry Board (JIB) member companies looking to work on one of the most demanding and exciting transport projects in Europe.