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worldbex 2017

Meiji Electric to Join Worldbex 2017

  Brace yourselves; Meiji Electric will once again join Worldbex or The Philippine World Building and Construction Exposition on March 15-19, 2017. Now running on its 22nd installment, Worldbex expanded their venues by adding an Electrical Pavilion at the SMX Convention Center aside from the exhibits at the World Trade Center. There are also shuttles that will take you to and fro the two venues. For more than a decade, WORLDBEX has been a haven for the local and international building and construction industry. It is dubbed as Asia’s most attended construction exposition with a visitor profile of more than 150,000. WORLDBEX…

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How to Safely Store Christmas Decors

    Meiji Electric hopes that your holiday season was filled with the warm company of friends and family. The holiday season is over, which means that it is time to put away your Christmas decorations. Here are some reminders to help keep safely storing your decors a holiday tradition in your home and in the future:       Let’s start with the highlight of the Christmas Season, the Christmas tree. You want to make sure that it is stored well, so it will continue to look great year after year. The box that the tree came in can be used to…

IIEE 2016

Meiji Electric to Participate in the 41st IIEE Convention

    The Institute of Integrated Electrical Engineers of the Philippines, Inc., (IIEE) is organizing the 41st Annual National Convention on November 23-26, 2016 at the SMX Convention Center (Mall of Asia), Pasay City. The Annual National Convention is being held to support the professional growth and information necessities of the electrical practitioners and all 42,000 active IIEE members all throughout the country. Consistent with this year’s theme: IIEE: Soaring High towards Globalization, the 4-day event offers various technical activities designed to enhance the professional skills and competence of the delegates, as well as to strengthen and to promote camaraderie…

Philconstruct 2016

Visit Meiji Electric at Booth H30 in Philconstruct 2016

                                PHILCONSTRUCT is the largest construction show in the Philippines; it has been playing a major role in the industry for almost three decades now. This trade show has now become a solid platform that serves as a meeting place for the industry’s movers and shakers, gathering thousands of leading brands and buyers around the globe.   This year, the exhibit will be held on November 10-13, 2016 at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City. Meiji Electric will once again participate to showcase their innovative line of electrical items like…

keycard-switch

How does a Key Card Switch Work?

Key Card Switches are generally used in hotels and high end condominiums.  After check-in verification in hotels, the front desk personnel will give the guest a key card to his/her assigned room. Upon getting into the assigned room and inserting the key card in a key card slot by the main door of the room, all the lights and other controlled circuits will automatically turn on. Upon leaving the room, guests remove the key card and the lights and other controlled circuits will turn off after a standby delay of a few seconds. This is to ensure that the guest/s…

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Asian Development Bank Prefers Meiji Electric GFCI

  Asian Development Bank recently purchased 350 units of MGF-250 from Meiji Electric; the best GFCI supplier in the Philippines. The GFCIs are to be installed in their office building located at 6 ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City. They are now among other well-known establishments like Edsa Shangri-la, One Serendra Condominium and Bellevue Resorts that trusts Meiji Electric in protecting their clients, guests and employees in line with electrical safety.     The Asian Development Bank was conceived in the early 1960s as a financial institution that would be Asian in character and foster economic growth and cooperation in one of…

2 & 3 Pronged Plugs

Add 1 Wire, Save a Life!

  Ever wondered why some plugs have 2 prongs while others have 3? Well, it is all about safety!  Electricity must flow in an uninterrupted circuit. Electrocutions often occur in homes due to defective products, such as appliances, power tools, and improper wiring. Children are particularly susceptible to electrocution not only because of their never ending curiosity but also because they can sense an electrical current as low as 0.006A (6mA). Faulty installations or repairs can also result in electrocution and are a primary cause of electrical accidents at home.           Take a look at your…

MGU 252

The Meiji MGU-252 Keeps Up with Modern Technology                     

      Electronic devices have become a necessity across almost all generations now, with a majority now owning cell phones, laptops, tablets, smart watches etc. Millennials are leading the way, using electronic devices for a variety of functions, including internet, email, music, games, video and a whole lot of things you could only imagine before. As more and more people use and depend on their electronic devices, Meiji Electric designed the Meiji MGU252, the only Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) that has one international outlet and 2 USB outlets. Aside from the international outlet that accommodates any plug, it allows…

Back to School

Meiji Electric’s Back to School Tips

  It’s school time again! With the start of school, families face new organization challenges. The kids probably feel excited and maybe a little sad that summer is over, some kids feel nervous or a little scared on their first day of school. Early morning alarm clocks, homework and projects are just some things to expect. Get organized now for the new school year ahead. Use these ideas to prepare your home and family for the busy days ahead.       The first day of school is no time for a drastic adjustment of household sleep schedules. Instead, ease…

RAIN

Meiji Electric’s Tips for the Rainy Season

    These past few days it has been raining pretty hard, it is evident that the summer season has ended and the rainy season has officially begun. For some, this is a great way to cool down from the annoying summer heat. As we bid the hot weather goodbye, we should now be prepared for the heavy rains that the rainy season will bring. Aside from packing up our raincoats, preparing emergency kits, and staying tuned on our radio and televisions for weather updates, we must never forget to exercise appropriate caution when it comes to electrical safety. Unawareness of electrical…