Our new electrical certificates app which will be available on Android, iPad and Windows is now currently under development. The new software (app) will include a 1 months free trial for a limited time only.
.We are proud to announce we have been nominated as a finalist in the 2017 Electrical Industry Awards.
Our electricians app Electrical Tools & Reference which is available on iOS and Android platforms and been recognized by the electrical industry as a worthy electrical app for the nominations.
The Electrical Industry Awards recognizes the very best electrical apps in the industry and brings together the electrical industry as a whole at the prestigious awards ceremony staged at The Royal Garden Hotel, London. We have been nominated in the best Electrical App of the Year category. The awards are to be presented on 26th October 2017.
For further info on our electrical app click here Android, iOS or visit our Electrical Tools & Reference page
Currently the app is undergoing a development update to account for the changes in iOS 11 which will also include ui improvements, added extras and tweaks...
Electrical at risk warning notice for consumer units
When electricians and electrical inspectors are carrying out electrical inspections (EICR) on rental, private, commercial or industrial electrical installations, at times dangers and or potential dangers are identified. These dangers are brought to the attention of the person / client ordering the works in the form of an electrical installation condition report and at times a danger notice and as such the actual tenant, lease holder or current occupier maybe unaware of these dangers.
Pro Certs Software offers its users of their electrical apps free electrical labels and signs for free download.
The importance of clear electrical labeling and signage is growing more and more important in today's modern world. Safety signs are an important part of any electrical installation to ensure caution and danger signs are clearly displayed where required. Safety signs may include the warning of unexpected voltages such as 400 volts or where isolation can not be achieved by isolating one circuit, as such a caution notice similar to "Caution, isolate ALL supplies before removing cover" would be required.