The powerful combination of the extensive Clipsal product range with the backing of Schneider Electric, provides you with complete electrical solutions for any application.
The Clipsal brand name first appeared in 1920, when Alfred Gerard developed a range of adjustable, clip-on metal conduit fittings. These products provided Australian electrical contractors with an innovative solution to the long-standing problem of size variations in metal conduits.
The "Clipsal" name was created from the product’s unique ability… it "clips all sizes" was the claim. This was abbreviated to Clipsal - and an iconic brand was born. Under the leadership of Alfred’s son, Geoff, the company spearheaded several manufacturing breakthroughs, including the first all-Australian switch in 1930 and pioneering the use of thermoplastics in 1950.
The Clipsal & Schneider Electric product ranges offer superior reliability, optimise energy use, provide positive return on investment and comply with all relevant Australian and International Standards, Green Star ratings and National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS), where applicable.
Clipsal Energy Consumption Monitor
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