Commercial Application

As technology becomes more advanced, a new breed of smart buildings is being developed. These smart buildings allow operational systems to deliver the most accurate and useful information for operations improvement while simultaneously enabling staff and other tenants to get the best experiences. There has been a rise in demand for devices that automate, monitor and control buildings. Therefore, people will be ready to embrace new innovations and charges, including those of commercial buildings

Your Challenges

Energy Efficiency

Improvements in ‘Energy Efficiency’ are highly commendable as Industrial buildings impose a great economic burden on their operators as well as an acute environmental impact to global carbon footprints.


Smart buildings enable owners and operators to better understand occupant needs and behaviors with the goal of enhancing well-being and productivity while simultaneously saving operational costs and increasing building efficiency.


The Singapore Green Plan 2030, which was released by five ministries on Feb 10 2021, will help chart the country’s way towards a more sustainable future over the next decade. Under the Green Plan, there are plans to raise the sustainability standards of buildings by then. This includes reviewing the existing Green Mark scheme which certifies buildings as being “eco-friendly”, and supporting the development of cost-effective green technologies that promote energy efficiency.

Our Applications

Power Transmission System - Transformers

Much more than just reliable power

Digitalisation along with the emergence of IoT and the increased dependence on electrical energy were all factors in the increased need for smart, flexible, efficient and reliable energy systems.

Data Center Lighting

Smart lighting solutions bring perfect visibility

Longer-lasting and energy-efficient LED lighting for warehouses and manufacturers

Data Cables

Connectivity is redefining the places we work, shop and play

Use infrastructure and IoT to reduce operating costs, increase safety, and improve user experiences

Power Distribution and Transmission Solutions

Embracing smart building technology allows suppliers the flexibility to collaborate with their customers to create more targeted, outcome-based solutions. Digitalisation along with the emergence of IoT and the increased dependence on electrical energy were all factors in the increased need for smart, flexible, efficient and reliable energy systems. We have identified the areas whereby digital solutions can have the greatest impact namely safety, heat rate and efficiency, and maintenance and reliability.

  • Energy Efficiency/ Low Voltage Drop
  • Operating Continuity
  • Flexibility To Expand
  • Low Maintenance Frequency
  • Low E.M.F Emission
  • Halogen Free
Power - Commercial Application

In decentralized distribution, evolving operating requirements and costs are integrated right from the start.

  • The addition, relocation or replacement of load equipment can be carried out quickly, without de-energizing the supply trunking or shutting down operation,
  • The cost of making such changes is greatly reduced:

□ loads are located close to supply points,

□ plug-in points are always available,

□ plug-in units can be reused or new ones added quickly for load relocation or replacement needs.

Reusable in the event of major changes

When making major modifications to your installation, the existing trunking can be easily dismantled and reused

Decentralised power distribution
Flexibility of Busbar Trunking System
  • Compact design reduces installation cost, reduce frequency, time and cost for maintenance

  • Able to transmit large volumes of electricity across long distances even in very small spaces

  • Saving space

  • Long-lasting: Simplified design and reduced development time of the project

  • Transmit reliable power with low E.M.F emission: Compliant to Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standards with low Electromagnetic Field emission resulting in minimum interference to the data servers.
  • Our products are halogen-free  with no toxicity emission in case of fire
no toxicity emission in case of fire

When working on the electrical installation, the busbar trunking provides immediate readability of the electrical circuit thus allowing the appropriate zone to be quickly identified.

Lighting - Better lighting for better results

To remain strong in industry, you must scrutinize costs across every process. Lighting can account for up to 80% of a warehouse’s energy bill, so it must be as efficient and cost-effective as possible. Longer-lasting and energy-efficient LED lighting can have an enormous impact on your bottom line, reducing operational costs through reduced downtime and lowered energy consumption, keeping your employees safer on the work floor, and improving productivity.

  • What if your lighting can deliver insights that can allow you to manage your facilities more productively?
  • What if your lighting can help you maximize energy savings?
  • What if you can create an environment in which your employees feel safer and perform the best?

Cost Reduction

  • Lower energy consumption with cost-effective LED lighting and control
  • Plan outages and maintenance to reduce disruption and downtime

Operations Optimisation

  • Increase employee productivity and optimize labor costs by enhancing working conditions
  • Improve customer loyalty through improved manufacturing performance
  • Future-proof the work floor with easy rezoning, without changing the lighting fixtures

Health and Safety Enhancement

  • Comply with national and international safety standards
  • Create a safe work environment by ensuring a well-lit workfloor
  • Promote employee well-being with high-quality LED lighting

Sustainability Improvement

  • Lower carbon footprint by reducing energy consumption
  • Minimize environmental impact with improved efficiency, fewer mistakes, and less waste
  • Comply with national and international energy and environmental regulations
Industrial Lighting

Data Communications

If you’re an operations or facilities manager, the pressure’s on to reduce monthly utility expenses, deliver more safety and security, and maybe ramp up IoT deployment to improve your users’ experience.

If you’re an IT manager, you’re probably expected to support the OT network—in addition to managing a tidal wave of connected devices and traffic.

Either way, you need a rock-solid network infrastructure that can meet tomorrow’s data and power requirements. You need one secure network that scales easily and accommodates new devices, sensors and applications.

Network reliability

A resilient, redundant and intelligent network infrastructure can go a long way toward minimizing the chances of an unplanned outage and maximizing productivity across the entire enterprise.

Personal and data security

From securing your data and wireless traffic to ensuring the safety of every employee and visitor, your physical layer infrastructure plays a key role in safeguarding the enterprise.

Universal connectivity

Smart building initiatives, like network convergence and IoT, require integrated connectivity with reliable power and data. That means fiber and copper cabling, PoE and automated infrastructure management all working together

Network silos

Managing separate networks to support separate wired and wireless solutions is costly and untenable. The answer is a unified, interoperable infrastructure; one that can support cellular and Wi-Fi, cloud services and IoT solutions—all of which can be added with ease as your needs grow.

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