$56 Billion Low Voltage Switchgear Markets – Global Outlook Report 2017-2026

The “Low Voltage Switchgear – Global Market Outlook (2017-2026)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The Global Low Voltage Switchgear market accounted for $27.73 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach $56.36 billion by 2026 growing at a CAGR of 8.2% during the forecast period. Some of the key factors such as favorable government rules towards the integration of sustainable energy resources across residential and commercial segments and rising expansion of micro-grid networks which provide the increasing off-grid energy demand are driving the market growth. However, the uncertain economic climate significantly affects the commercial and industrial segments and low-cost Chinese and South Korean products that challenge the overall business revenue act as the restraining factor for the market growth. LV Switchgear consists of low voltage circuit breakers, switches, off load electrical isolators, HRC fuses, earth leakage circuit breaker, miniature circuit breakers (MCB) and molded case circuit breakers (MCCB) etc i.e. all the accessories required to protect the LV system. The most common use of LV switchgear is in LV distribution bo...

Dell’s new Latitude 7400 2-in-1 business laptop logs you in hands-free

Update June 7, 2019, 12:12PM ET: This article has been updated to add information about when the proximity sensors are enabled. It’s always been something of a pain to have to sign in to a work computer, but advancements like Windows Hello facial recognition, fingerprint scanning, and Apple’s Touch ID systems have made it slightly less painful in recent years. Now, Dell has an option that’s even easier. The Latitude 7400 2-in-1, a recently introduced business laptop, features a new ExpressSign-in feature that takes Microsoft’s Windows Hello facial recognition app one step further: it looks for your face and then automatically signs you in to the system even if it’s in sleep mode. Aside from the trick new login system, the $1,599 ($2,802 as tested) Latitude is a fairly typical small business laptop. The 14-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) display is surrounded by a very narrow bezel, which, surprisingly, still contains enough space for an IR camera with an LED and a proximity sensor. The bezel also allows for well-designed hinges that allow the display to travel the 360-degree arc that makes this a 2-in-1 system. The display is reasonably good — certainly good enough for most business appl...