DAILY NEWS Dec 23, 2012 12:15 PM - 0 comments

Newark element14 launches industrial automation microsite

Site offers all-inclusive resources to help industrial automation engineers

TEXT SIZE bigger text smaller text

Newark element14, Chicago-based distributor of electronic components, launched an easy-to-use industrial automation microsite, developed to help engineers in design or plant maintenance roles more efficiently research and source products.

The microsite at http://www.newark.com/industrialautomationoffers extensive information produced by Newark element14’s technical support team, plus the latest data and technology products from the world’s top suppliers, including Eaton, Honeywell, IDEC, Molex/Daniel Woodhead, Omron, Schneider Electric and TE Connectivity. Products from these and other best-in-class suppliers are available for same-day shipping and can be accessed from a dedicated catalog on the site that can be customized to individual preferences.

“Industrial engineers face complex and demanding tasks every day,” said Jeff Uden, VP product management, Newark element14. “The microsite provides them a convenient single source for technical information, support and a portfolio of products for everything from sensing to safety.”

Exclusive technical information can be directly accessed by type or by going into a specific industrial automation application area featured on the site, including Programmable Logic Control (PLC), Temperature and Process Control (PID), Motor Drive Control, or Electro-Mechanical Control. Sections on I/O Devices and various accessories typically required in the industrial automation design process are also available. Block diagrams in each of these application areas guide users to more detail and resources.

Request Reprint

Horizontal ruler

Horizontal Ruler

Post A Comment

Note: By submitting your comments you acknowledge that Electronic Products and Technology has the right to reproduce, broadcast and publicize those comments or any part thereof in any manner whatsoever. Please note that due to the volume of e-mails we receive, not all comments will be published and those that are published will not be edited. However, all will be carefully read, considered and appreciated.

Your Name (this will appear with your post) *

Email Address (will not be published) *

Comments *

* mandatory fields