The history of flex7
Established in 1998, flex7 is a British company that specialises in lighting connection & control products. All products are both designed and manufactured in the UK. Our design team focuses on creating innovative, user-friendly products, that meet the constantly evolving needs of our customers.
Our wide client base encompasses commercial, education, healthcare, public, high street and transport sectors across the UK.
The company was formed in Brentford, Middlesex in October 1998, and has been growing ever since – from a small factory with 5 employees, to our shiny new premises in Twyford with over 40 staff. In early 2000, after 18 months of design and development, we launched the flex7 7-pole plug and connection unit. We’re very proud that flex7 had the vision and forethought to introduce a 7-pole system to the market well over a decade before any of our competitors realised what a brilliant idea it was!
In 2003 we added Lighting Controls to our product range. Including the smallest sensor head of its type, this offered, presence, daylight linking, daylight dependency, manual dimming/switching and remote lighting control. A new and improved plug-in lighting control range was launched in 2008. We now offer, what we believe to be, the greatest (in both senses of the word) lighting controls range on the market.
2011 saw the release of the flex7 eZeBox – this new connection box replaced the existing fcb and fcb/7 range. The new box comes 7-pole as standard, with a variety of fixing options and a spare socket on the end of the unit.
In 2015 we released the flex7 ZoneLite. A lighting connection and control unit which comes preprogrammed with up to 15 distinct configurations. What started as a fairly limited product range has evolved into one of the most comprehensive lighting connection & lighting control systems available.
- Extensive range of products.
- System that is adaptable to suit almost any lighting layout.
- No commissioning need.
- Bespoke products available.
- Designed and manufactured in the UK
- Weekday telephone support on all aspects of your lighting design or installation.
- On-site assistance
- No commissioning need
- Dedicated Project Service available, including products packed on a room-by-room or circuit-by-circuit basis.