Defense & Security
United Electric Controls recently announced a significant upgrade to its One Series line of explosion-proof, programmable transmitters and switches. The new line compresses all of the functionality of the preceding line into only five models while adding new operational, programming and diagnostics capabilities.
on Fri, 02/10/2017
With more than 80 years of evolution since its introduction, switch technology has changed significantly enough that some of the common beliefs about switches are no longer true. Click on the button below to read about the seven common myths surrounding switches.
on Mon, 01/23/2017
Take the complexity out of design with Mott’s 3 easy steps to make your vision become reality, while keeping it feasible and fast.
Omron’s E3Z product line is among the world's most popular and successful photoelectric sensors. Omron Automation & Safety continues to expand the E3Z product line with a goal to provide a sensor to meet any photoelectric detection challenge in the industrial automation market.
Check out Omron's next generation of photoelectric sensors E3FA, E3FB, E3FC. These sensors represent one of the largest varieties of dependable and easy to use photoelectric sensors on the market today.
Omron's E3S-C long-distance compact photoelectric sensor is oil-resistant, meets IP67 and NEMA 4X, 6P for water washdown and includes high-visibility indicators for incidence and stability in harsh environments.
Omron's E3T-C family of miniature photoelectric sensors is the ideal solution when mounting space is crucial.
Omron’s next generation of proximity sensors provides reliable performance in standard industrial environments with innovative production technology and quality internal components. The simple construction and innovative “hot melt” production process provides the E2B sensors with two characteristics: value-for-money and high reliability.
on Fri, 08/14/2015
When discussing fluid power, pressure is the basis for producing any kind of work. Work cannot be achieved without pressure. In order to understand the finer points of fluid power, one must first understand the concept of pressure
on Tue, 04/28/2015
A growing trend in industrial plant design is wireless connectivity. Recent technological advances have made wireless protocols significantly more robust and reliable than previous versions, enough so to rival traditional hard-wired connections.