Our home automation and commercial automation systems ensure the highest quality work by utilising world-class Clipsal products.
For superior performance and reliable electrical systems, Clipsal offers an extensive range of electrical products that are suitable for both households and commercial spaces.
The beginning of Clipsal – 1920
The company began in Adelaide, Australia not as an electrical product supplier, but as a metal sheet fitting supplier. They provided clip-on metal conduit fittings for industries, homes and factories. These products were made adjustable to fit a wide range of size conduits. Hence the name Clipsal from ‘clips all’.
Alfred Gerard was the man behind the company. His son Geoff, who later gained the leadership of Clipsal, made major breakthroughs with the company through great innovations including the integration of thermoplastics in the 1950s.
A partnership forms – 2004
In 2004, the French group Schneider Electric secured a majority share of the company. This bold move gave them a solid market exposure to the Asian Pacific and Australian electrical accessories markets. The brand became known as Clipsal by Schneider Electric.
A household name – Today
Today, Clipsal by Schneider Electric is an industry leader in the electrical field in Australia and has firmly established its name as a reliable provider of electrical components. They are well-known for their complete electrical accessories across households, industries and businesses.
Technology on Tap utilises Clipsal products for high-quality C-Bus home automation and has shown remarkable results. Our happy customers have given highly-rated positive feedback on our Clipsal by Schneider Electric products through the high performance and speedy connections between their smart devices and home system.
At Technology on Tap, we only use the most reliable, energy-efficient and superior electrical products from Clipsal by Schneider Electric to power your smart home. With the help of Clipsal by Schneider Electric we can customise the products to tailor-suit any home and commercial automation system, even on a large scale.