Schneider Electric helps Cotlands stay switched on

Schneider Electric recently donated almost R30000 worth of its S3000 switches and sockets to upgrade the toy library, training room, boardroom and reception of Cotlands’ Turffontein premises.

October 5, 2012

Global specialist in energy management, Schneider Electric, recently donated almost R30,000 worth of its S3000 switches and sockets to upgrade the toy library, training room, boardroom and reception of Cotlands’ Turffontein premises.

The non-profit community development organisation’s objective is to intervene directly within communities to build capacity in caring for children.

The unique nature of the S3000 allows combinations of switches, socket outlets, audio and TV in the same grid plate, providing Cotlands with greater options. This feature also makes installation much easier. Gauteng-based, F D L Electrical Contractors supplied the labour free of charge.