Farnell boosts industrial automation portfolio

20th August 2019
Source: Farnell
Posted By : Mick Elliott
Farnell boosts industrial automation portfolio

Farnell reckons that designers, systems integrators, panel builders and maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) engineers now have a single source for all of their industrial automation products following the distributor’s addition of 12,000 new Schneider Electric products to its portfolio.

This gives customers access to Farnell’s biggest ever range of Schneider products and reinforces its commitment to supporting the industrial automation industry.

Schneider Electric manufactures industrial automation and control solutions for multiple markets including energy and infrastructure, industrial processes, building automation, manufacturing automation and control solutions suitable for all industrial, infrastructure and building sectors. Farnell’s stock includes sensors, drives and motors, switches and relays, circuit breakers, wall boxes, enclosures and racking and much more.

Recent industrial automation innovations available from Farnell include:

  • OsiSense XM Sensors – the 500-mbar electronic pressure transmitter from the Telemecanique XMLP series designed for use with air, gas, fresh water and hydraulic oil in industrial applications such as machine tools, moulding presses, stamping presses, lifting gear, HVAC, and other pneumatic or hydraulic systems.
  • Safety Light Curtains Preventa XUSL provides protection to help ensure the safety of personnel operating hazardous machinery while enabling partial or full access into the hazardous zone during machine loading/unloading and for adjustment or maintenance operations.
  • Preventa Safety Modules - XPS Series - safety modules for most common safety applications, suitable for emergency stop, switch, sensing mat/edges or safety light curtain monitoring, offering protection to both operator and machine.
  • Telemecanique cloud connected sensor - the XIOT limit switch range enables machine monitoring by mobile phone or tablet via the rapidly growing LPWAN (low power wide area network) technology, operated by Sigfox.

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