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Miniature Circuit Breaker

Miniature Circuit Breakers, commonly known as MCB’s are widely used in both household and industrial power distribution and safety applications. They are very robust switches

Differential Pressure Transmitter

Introduction Pressure is the force applied on a specific area. Pressure can be exerted by all forms of matter; solid, liquid and even gasses. Measurement

Pressure Switch

A pressure switch is a type of industrial sensor that can detect a certain amount of pressure, and open or close an electrical contact. There

Photoelectric Sensor

Photoelectric sensors are contactless sensors that use visible or infra-red light to detect objects. They emit light beams and observe the beam for any interruptions

What is Switch Mode Power Supply

Power supplies are used in almost every electrical/electronic application to provide sufficient current at a required voltage. There are two main types of power supplies:

Safety Light Curtain Sensor

In industrial environments such as manufacturing and heavy equipment handling, there are ‘keep-out’ zones. These zones are specially marked with bright colours to indicate limits

Laser Distance Sensor

Laser distance sensors, also known as laser rangefinders, are optical distance measuring devices. They can measure the distance to a given object using a non-invasive

Absolute Rotary Encoder

A rotary encoder is an electromechanical device used to monitor rotating objects like shafts and axles. Rotary encoders can be used to measure the position,

Electromagnetic Relay

Introduction Relays are found in almost any machine that has an electrical system. From household appliances like washing machines and refrigerators to industrial applications such

Incremental Rotary Encoder

In industrial applications, sometimes it may require measuring the position or the speed of a rotating object like a wheel or a shaft/axle. Rotary encoder

Through Beam Photo Electric Sensor

Through beam sensors, also the simplest type of photoelectric sensors. They are also called ‘opposed sensors’ due to their arrangement. The sensor consists of a

Zero-crossing solid state relay

Solid State Relays (SSRs) are a substitute for electromagnetic switches such as relays. They have been introduced to mitigate the drawbacks that are inherent to