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New AV brochure showcases Focus SB’s skills

Hastings based electrical accessories manufacturer Focus SB has launched a new brochure illustrating the near endless combination of AV plates and modules it can produce.

Designers at Focus SB were noticing a rise in demand for custom built AV plates to fit the modules needed for DVD, TV and various music players so decided to detail its potential offering.

Roger Kemp, Managing Director adds: “With the number of multimedia players now available we have been seeing a marked increase in orders for multi module plates. At Focus SB we can offer a bespoke service – from initial drawings through to the final design, with silk screening and engraving too. There really is almost no end to the combination of plates including finishes we can manufacture.”

Due to its ability to design and manufacturer special wiring accessories, Focus SB is able to incorporate the modules and devices which are used to fully integrate multi-room sound and entertainment systems, lighting and heating controls or other types of control devices.

As one of the few UK companies to make its own metal and clear acrylic thermoplastic plates, Focus SB can manufacture any quantity without the need for long lead times.

Where required, these high specification plates can be engraved or silk screen printed with lettering to identify the function of each individual switch or control on a multi-gang plate. For example, on one plate in the lounge, switches can be allocated functions including ‘TV, PlayStation and Music’.

www.focus-sb.co.uk

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