The Danfoss Group is a global producer of components and solutions. The products and services are used in areas such as cooling food, air conditioning, heating buildings, controlling electric motors and powering mobile machinery.
Danfoss Group – Antomation and Control Solutions
Products Include solutions for HVAC, Silicon Power Modules, Solar Inverters, DC/AC Drives for Motors. Valves, Meters and Controllers for Process Control including Cooling Control Systems.
Danfoss thermostat products are electromechanical controls which provide a volt free switch contact which will operate at the set temperature, thus providing a simple ON /OFF control.
Industrial Temperature switches – Danfoss
RT, Temperature switches
RT controls are used in general industrial and marine sectors. The RT temperature switch series consist of a variety of ordinary room temperature switches and remote sensor temperature switches including neutral zone temperature switches.
- Temperature ranges: – 60°C to 300°C
- Replaceable contact system
- Adjustable differential
- Enclosure IP66
- Available with min. and max. reset function (IP54)
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Mitsubishi Electric have advanced products and services in factory automation. They have controllers, drive control devices, power distribution control equipment and industrial mechatronics too.
Mitsubishi Factory Automation
Product Lines Include –
Compact PLC – compact dimensions and low cost compact controllers.
Modular PLC – allows users to mix and select the best combination of CPUs, communication devices, specialist control modules and discreet I/O on a back-plane.
HMI Solutions – broad spectrum of operating and visualisation systems, ranging from simple text-based HMI panels to full-featured industrial PCs.
Servo Motion Control – single axis point-to-point system through to fully synchonised 96 axis systems.
Electronic Measuring Instrument ME96NSR
Electronic multi-measuring instruments are installed on power receiving and distribution facilities at buildings and factories. The instruments measure electricity, including voltage, current, power and electrical energy, in order to provide information on how electricity is being received and used.