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Cut-To-Length Cable Services Save Time and Money

Cut-To-Length Cable Services Save Time and Money

AutomationDirect is offering $0.00 cut charges and free same-day shipping on orders over a small minimum to demonstrate the benefits of cut-to-length cable adoption by OEMs, end users, and system integrators. Jim Krebs, Technical Marketing Engineer at AutomationDirect, wrote an article for the December 2019 issue of Control Engineering titled How to Specify Cut-To-Length Cable. ... Read More
 
RACO: A Strong Supplier of Electrical Boxes

RACO: A Strong Supplier of Electrical Boxes

Steel. It reflects one of the strongest substances on the planet and it’s also used in our language to describe anything and anyone strong. In honor of his strength, the famously strong superhero Superman is nicknamed the “Man of Steel.” Even an NFL team recognizes the strength of their name of “Steelers” which is in ... Read More
 
IBOCO | Small Business with Global Support

IBOCO | Small Business with Global Support

Being part of a €2 billion international company could be intimidating for a small, New Jersey-based business but that’s not the case for IBOCO. After the 2015 acquisition of Bocchiotti (IBOCO’s former parent company) by the Hager Group, IBOCO became part of an even larger global organization. However, the company remains true to its philosophy ... Read More
 
A Condensed Guide to Automation Control System Part 4: Build, Launch & Maintain

A Condensed Guide to Automation Control System Part 4: Build, Launch & Maintain

In Part 3 (Fall 2005 Issue 5), we covered how to design our automated control system and the importance of documenting the design. We discussed the various types of documents that would be typical for an automated control system design, why and how we would use these documents, and finally the tools that can be ... Read More
 
A Condensed Guide to Automation Control System Part 3: Design

A Condensed Guide to Automation Control System Part 3: Design

In Part 2 (Spring 2005 Issue 4), we covered how to specify the various devices required for interfacing and controlling the electrical equipment in an automated control system. In Part 3, we will cover the steps needed to design our automated control system. The design topics will include planning by defining our sequence of operation, ... Read More