ABB is a global leader in power and automation technologies located in Zurich, Germany. The automation division provides products and services for industrial production. Products include electric motors, generators, drives, PLCs, power electronics and industrial robots.
Allen Bradley is the brand name of a line of industrial automation equipment manufactured by Rockwell Automation. The company manufactures PLCs, switchgear, HMI panels, photoelectric sensors, push buttons, safety systems, servo drives, servo motors, contactors, and motor control centers.
Bailey Controls was founded in 1916 by the US inventor Ervin G. Bailey. Bailey manufactures a number of programmable logic controllers, I/O modules, termination units, power supplies, and loop controllers under the Network 90 and INFI Control Modules product lines.
Bussman is part of the electrical business of Eaton. The company is the industry standard for circuit protection on more than 50,000 SKUs of electrical and electronic fuses, fuse holders, and power distribution blocks.
Cutler-Hammer manufactures electrical distribution and industrial automation products. Eaton's Cutler-Hammer line includes switchgear, circuit breakers, proximity switches, contactors, motor starters, overload relays, and many other industrial controls.
FANUC supplies a complete range of industry-leading products and services for robotics, factory automated solutions, and CNC systems. Their products range from the entry-level to complex, high-speed CNC products with digitally controlled servo motors.
General Electric, better known as GE, offers a wide range of industrial electronic and factory automation components including switchgear, programmable logic controllers, motor starters, contactors, servo drives, and other industrial controls.
Mitsubishi Electric Automation is a multinational electronic and electrical equipment manufacturing company. Mitsubishi's automation products include PLCs, variable frequency drives, operator interfaces, motion control systems, power supplies, servo motors, and other automation products.
In 1968, Modicon, which stands for Modular Digital Controller, created the first programmable logic controller or PLC. Modicon is now affiliated with Schneider Electric and continues to offer PLCs for process applications.
Omron was established in Kyoto, Japan by Kazuma Tateisi in 1933. The Omron line of industrial automation includes sensors, switches, safety and control components, relays, electric power monitoring equipment, and power supplies.
The Reliance brand was acquired by Rockwell Automation and Baldor. Please refer to those companies for further information on the line of Reliance motors, controllers, power modules, and other industrial automation and electrical components.
Siemens is a world-leading manufacturer of automation technology products engineered for all industrial sectors. The company offer products for information and communications technology and industrial automation controls.
Square D by Schneider Electric markets switchgear, limit switches, disconnect switches, starters, breakers, servo drives, speed switches, signal conditioners, rotary cam switches, Smart Motor Control, and programmable logic controllers.
Telemecanique, a division of Schneider Electric, provides products and services for industrial controls and automation equipment, including switchgear, PLCs, push buttons, photo switches, and proximity sensors.
Founded in 1951, Texas Instruments (TI) is an American electronics company that designs and makes semiconductors. The company is notably known for developing and commercializing semiconductors and computer technology. As a staple in the industry, TI developed many PLC systems and controllers.
Westinghouse Electric Company was established in 1886 and later renamed Westinghouse Electric Corporation. Westinghouse created a series of controllers and I/O modules that have since been picked up by other companies.