Every so often, our customers ask if we can help them find solutions in areas we don’t typically work in. We have a wide network and are good at problem-solving. If we can help, we will, but we won’t compromise our core values. Below you will find some examples. Don’t hesitate to reach out.
PDUs, FUSE BOXES AND MORE
Power distribution boxes and fuse boxes are vital components of electrical systems that play a crucial role in safely and efficiently distributing electricity within a building, facility, or machinery. These enclosures are designed to house and protect electrical circuits, fuses, breakers, and other key components that control the flow of electrical power. In this introduction, we will explore the significance of power distribution and fuse boxes, their role in safeguarding electrical systems, and the pivotal part they play in ensuring a reliable and secure supply of electricity to meet the demands of our modern world. Whether in residential, commercial, or industrial settings, understanding these boxes is essential for anyone concerned with electrical safety and efficient energy management.
PUSHBUTTONS WITH REED TECHNOLOGY
Long-life pushbuttons utilizing reed technology are a testament to innovation in the field of control and user interface design. By integrating reed switches, these pushbuttons offer an exceptional combination of durability, responsiveness, and reliability, making them well-suited for a broad spectrum of applications where extended service life and precision control are essential.
KEYPADS & JOGDIAL
Keypads and jog dials are input devices used in various applications for different purposes, providing tactile control and interaction with devices and systems. Available in differnt configurations including CAN communication.
Rocker switches are robust and dependable control mechanisms widely employed in heavy-duty applications across various industries. Their durability and versatility make them a preferred choice for tasks demanding reliability and ease of operation in challenging conditions.
Black lights, also known as ultraviolet (UV) lights, hold a unique position in military applications. Their utility extends beyond the everyday uses of visible light, offering several advantages that cater to specific military needs.