News

April 2020 – Test Report v1.2 released – includes IP Bridge

April 2020 – Testing complete for IP-Bridge Module

February 2020 – New Website active

January 2020 – UK Government Announce IoT Security Code of Practice – Rayzig compliance

October 2019 – Testing, test reports finished – CE ‘Declaration of Conformity‘ issued.

October 2019 – Mechanical Testing – vibration and drop tests completed at Alphatech Ltd, Haverhill

August 2019 – IP Bridge Developed

May – August 2019 – Environmental Testing carried out

March 2019 – Environmental Chamber Calibrated

January 2019 – Environmental Chamber Acquired,

January 2019 – Wire Bridge Module made by Wonderful PCB

November 2018 – EMC Testing continues

August 2018 – Bryan Shutes appointed Sales & Marketing Director

June 2018 – EMC Testing started at EMC Test Club, Hatfield

August 2017 Isle of Man Examiner Article on Rayzig

January 2017 – Visit Consumer Electronics Show to access market

June 2016 – EU Referendum – New EU applications past November 2016 will not be supported by UK Government

May 2016 – PERA subject to Management buyout – EU application stalls

March 2016 – New 4 Port Relay Module made by Wonderful PCB – using encapsulated psu’s

January 2016 – PERA Strategy Workshop

November 2015 – Initial contact made with PERA to consider EU Funding – Target June 1 2016, for approval by January 2017

March 2015 – Membrane Switch Panel created by Customark

January 2015 – DALI Master – 4 port module, made by Wonderful PCB, and 0-10v Dimmer and Battery Input Module – v2 – separate Switches

November 2014 – RAYZIG Ltd formed in Isle of Man – all assets acquired from T&S Computing Ltd

June 2014 – Additional prototypes produced by Newbury Electronics and Wonderful PCB in Hong Kong – Gateway, Processor Sub-Board, 16-pr Input board

July 2013 – Nominated for Isle of Man Energy Awards

October 2012 – First prototype boards commercially made by Newbury Electronics – 4 Pair Input Board and 4 Port Relay Module

October 2011 – Proof of Concept demonstrated in Gothenbury, Sweden

May 2011 – Project Started by T&S Computing Limited