Control Stations

Pilot devices provide control and condition monitoring of different types of processes, equipment and machinery in industrial and commercial applications. They are used for communication from a machine to an operator or from an operator to a machine. Pilot devices can be an audio or visual indicator, or an actuator that is used to control the flow of energy to a process. Visual indicators are: pilot lights, signal towers, strobes and beacons. Audio indictors are: buzzers and sounder horns. Actuators are: push buttons, selector switches, toggle switches and potentiometers.

Enclosures are designed to house industrial components and to protect them from the surrounding environment. They come in many different shapes, sizes and materials. Some things to consider when selecting the proper enclosure would be the number of components housed inside and what material and rating will provide the appropriate protection.

Control stations are designed to work with 22 mm to 105 mm push buttons, switches, pilot lights and other indicators. They can have 1 to 42 holes to house illuminated and non-illuminated control and indication devices and are made in metallic and non-metallic material. They can be rated for indoor or outdoor use.

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