This section provides an overview for magnetic sensors as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 55 magnetic sensor manufacturers and their company rankings. Here are the top-ranked magnetic sensor companies as of December, 2023: 1.ams-OSRAM AG, 2.World Magnetics, 3.Pizzato USA.
A magnetic sensor is a device that detects magnetism and is used to detect magnetism and geomagnetism generated by a magnet or an electric field. Magnetic sensors can detect the vector (magnitude and direction) of magnetism.
Magnetic sensors can be broadly classified into Hall sensors using Hall elements and magnetoresistive element sensors using magnetoresistive elements (MR). Hall sensors measure the Hall voltage generated by the Lorentz force in a vertical magnetic flux on the element, whereas MR sensors measure the ohmic resistance generated by the Lorentz force in a horizontal magnetic flux on the element.
In recent years, air sensors have been used in a wide range of applications, from consumer products to industrial equipment.
A typical example is smartphones. They are used for direction detection in mapping and orientation applications.
Also, in the industrial and research fields, they are often used to inspect and detect substances that generate magnetism. Examples of detection targets are listed below.
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Magnetic sensors detect magnetic vectors (magnitude and direction) by converting Lorentz forces due to magnetic flux into electrical signals.
Different types of magnetic sensors can be broadly classified into Hall sensors using Hall elements and magnetoresistive element sensors using magnetoresistive elements (MR).
Hall sensors detect magnetic vectors using the Hall effect between a Hall element and a perpendicular magnetic flux. The Hall effect is a phenomenon in which an electromotive force is generated at 90 degrees to the magnetic flux and current when a current perpendicular to the magnetic flux is generated.
MR sensors detect magnetic vectors using magnetoresistive elements whose resistance changes when they sense magnetism.
There are four types of magnetoresistive elements: semiconductor magnetoresistive elements, isomeric magnetoresistive elements, giant magnetoresistive elements, and tunnel magnetoresistive elements.
A compass is a tool for determining direction. Permanent magnets have been used since ancient times, but in recent years electronic compasses, which use magnetic sensors instead of permanent magnets to calculate the direction, have become popular.
Electronic compasses are also found in smartphones. Its role within a smartphone includes direction detection by azimuth apps and navigation with map apps.
Most map applications use GPS, but the accuracy of GPS position detection is only a few meters. Therefore, it is not sufficient for navigation. In addition, GPS signals may not be received in areas with poor reception.
To solve these problems, the system is combined with an electronic compass to detect azimuth and direction of travel and compensate for GPS errors. It is also possible to adjust the map display so that the direction of travel always points upward.
Note that because the electronic compass calculates azimuth from weak geomagnetic fields, it also uses technology to compensate for the effects of magnetic parts such as speakers.
Various sensors are used to realize control systems that enhance the safety and comfort of automobiles, and magnetic sensors have advantages in terms of reliability and cost. They are mainly used in the following applications.
In recent years, automated driving technology has been attracting attention, and technological development is progressing toward realization using AI technology. While there are still many issues to be addressed, magnetic marker systems are attracting attention as a way to solve these problems.
Unlike fully autonomous automatic driving, magnetic marker systems are guidance-based systems. It refers to a driving support system that uses a vehicle's magnetic sensors to detect magnetic markers placed on the road, identify the current location, and control the vehicle's path. Demonstration tests have been started to realize automated driving on route buses.
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ifm efector (ifm) is a subsidiary of ifm electronic, founded in Germany in 1969. ifm has developed, manufactured and marketed sensors and controls technology to industries that include assembly and robotics, automotive, material handling, metal forming, mobile equipment, plastics, and food and beverage. Ifm produces sensors, condition monitoring equipment, image processing, safety technology, industrial communication, IO-link, systems for mobile machines, displays, software, connection technology, voltage supplies, as well as other accessories.
Honeywell International Inc. was founded in 1885 and headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. Honeywell is a diversified technology and manufacturing company to global customers in many industries such as aerospace, building technologies, performance materials, manufacturing, and safety. Honeywell produces hardware and software solutions for each industry it serves. In building technologies, Honeywell designs access controls, electrical and wiring, fire life safety, and employee training services. In aerospace, Honeywell designs cockpit systems and displays, engines, cabin management and cleaning, and health and usage monitoring.
Littlefuse was founded in 1927 and headquartered in the United States. Littlefuse is a diversified industrial technology manufacturing company with customers globally. Littlefuse has products segments which are electronic, industrial, and transportation. Electronic segment products include fuses and fuse accessories, positive temperature coefficient resettable fuses, polymer electrostatic discharge suppressors, and varistors. Transportation products include blade, resettable, and high-current and high-voltage fuses, as well as battery cable protectors; fuses, switches, relays, circuit breakers, and power distribution modules. The Industrial segment offerings include contactors, transformers, and temperature sensors for use in renewable energy and energy storage systems, electric vehicle infrastructure, HVAC systems.
Incorporated in 1965, Analog Devices, Inc. designs, manufactures, tests, and markets integrated circuits (ICs), software, and subsystems that leverage analog, mixed-signal, and digital signal processing technologies. The company provides data converter products, power management and reference products for power conversion, driver monitoring, sequencing, and energy management applications in the automotive, communications, industrial, and high-end consumer markets. In addition, the company provides digital signal processing and system products for high-speed numeric calculations. It serves clients in the industrial, automotive, consumer, instrumentation, aerospace, and communications markets.
Pepperl+Fuchs, Inc. was founded in Mannheim, Germany in 1945 developing the forerunner of the proximity switch. Pepperl+Fuchs continues to develop proximity sensors as well as other industrial sensors including ultrasonic sensors, rotary encoders, positioning systems, display and signal processing, vibration monitoring, industrial communication, and signal processing as well as related accessories and software. Explosive protection products include safety barriers, surge protection, wireless solutions, HMI systems, power supplies, electrical explosion protection equipment, level measurement, and related software.
World Magnetics is a manufacturer and producer of a broad range of low and high pressure, vacuum, differential switches, magnetic heads and magnetic sensors for high-end applications. They came into inception in 1962 and located at USA. They offer domestic, on-site production and shipping to customers globally. The company also provides custom design and engineered pressure switches, magnetic heads, special projects, and applications. Their allegiance to technological innovation has resulted in advanced pressure sensing solutions that add to the efficiency and safety of industrial processes.
Bunting Dubois began in 1959 as Bunting Magnetics, Co. in Chicago, Illinois as a magnet manufacturer. Today, the company is based in Bunting, Pennsylvania, has attained ISO 9001:2015 certification, and manufactures a full range of magnetics manufacturing with both ferrite and rare earth compounds for consumers around the world in industries spanning aerospace, automotive, medical, and industrial manufacturing. The company seeks to source magnetic material outside of China in conflict-free areas and performs 100% of manufacturing inside the United States. The company assists customers by providing engineering and application support to produce solutions, especially in the case of rare earth magnets.
Coto Technology, founded in 1917 in the USA, is a manufacturer of relay, switch, and sensor products. The company's products include reed relays, electromechanical relays, reed switches, solid-state switching relays, and digital TMR magnetic sensors used in various applications by original equipment manufacturers for proximity detection, rotary sensing, fluid level detection, and door and lid closure detection. Coto Technology also offers contract manufacturing that includes engineering, procurement, high-volume production and supply chain management.
Nonvolatile Electronics (NVE), established in 1989 and based in Minnesota, USA, is a manufacturer of spintronic products. Examples of the company's spintronic products are sensors and couplers that are used to acquire, store, and transmit data through the use of nanotechnology. NVE products are used for the electronic systems of industrial, scientific, and medical applications. The company uses a wordwide distribution network to meet the needs, requests, and requirements of their international clients.
Allegro MicroSystems, founded in 1990 and headquartered in Manchester, New Hampshire, is a fables manufacturer of sensor integrated circuits and application-specific analog power integrated circuits. Its diverse product portfolio includes sensors, regulators, and motor drivers used in several areas, including clean energy, automation, E-mobility, and computer markets. The company supports customers through its design and application centers located in South America, Asia, North America, and Europe. It went public in 2020, and its shares are traded on Nasdaq Global under ALGM. It ships over one billion units annually to support its more than 10,000 customers worldwide.
Pneumax Automation LLC is a manufacturer and distributor of pneumatic as well as electrical systems and components for process actuation. Established in 2019 and based in Dallas, North Carolina, the company is a subsidiary of Pneumax Holding S.p.A, serving clients in industrial and process automation. The company produces various standard and solenoid valves including poppet and booster models, valve islands for integrating multiple flow control systems, and standard and microcylinders for converting compressed air into linear motion. Pneumax Automation LLC also offers a range of clamping units, fittings, and other accessories.
Littelfuse founded in 1927, is an industrial manufacturing company empowering a sustainable, connected, and safer world, headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The company's product portfolio includes the solutions for both individual and entire systems, as a global manufacturer of technologies in circuit protection, power control, and sensing. Across more than 20 countries, and with approximately 18,000 global associates, partner with customers to design and deliver advanced solutions. Serving over 100,000 end customers, their products are found in industrial, transportation, and electronics end markets.
Marposs S.p.A. is headquartered in Bentivoglio, Italy. The company serves industries such asa aerospace, semiconductors, machine tooling, and biomedical as a manufacturer and as a service provider. The company’s products vary by industry but include tools for gauging, profiling, and monitoring, as well as data management systems and machines for testing and automation. The company’s services include after sales service, customer training, original spare parts, retrofit and upgrade of existing machinery, and project management consulting services.
Standex Electronics Japan, founded in Japan, in 1996 is a manufacturer of sensor devices based on reed switches. The company's product portfolio includes automatic sealing machines, low-voltage signal lines and high-voltage power lines and reed switches used for contact surface deactivation treatments. The company serves industries such as Oil and Gas, Aerospace and Defense, Automotive and Transportation, Construction, and Power Generation. The company has a national distribution network and a customer support center.
Normelemente KG, established in 1958 and based in Markgroningen, Baden-Wuerttemberg, is a German manufacturer and supplier that specializes in standard parts and machine components. Norelem offers an extensive catalog of more than 70,000 products, catering to the needs of engineers and designers in various projects. Their product range includes clamping technology, measuring and testing components, electromechanics, systems and components for machine and plant construction, and material handling and transport solutions. These products find applications in diverse engineering fields, such as automotive, aerospace, machinery, and robotics sectors.
ZF Friedrichshafen AG, founded in 1915 in Germany, is a manufacturer and supplier of switches and sensors. Their product range includes a wide variety of switches and sensors used in automotive and industrial applications, such as automotive sensors, position sensors, and safety switches. ZF's switches and sensors play a crucial role in ensuring the safe and efficient operation of vehicles and industrial machinery. With a rich history of technological expertise and a global existence, ZF is poised to deliver great solutions that meet the highest quality standards and customer requirements.
Melexis NV, founded in Brussels, in 1989 is a supplier of micro-electronic semiconductor solutions. The company's product portfolio includes Mixed Signal Integrated Circuits, Automotive Semiconductors, IC Sensors, Power ICs for Automotive Actuators, and Infrared Thermometers and sensors. The company serves markets including Automotive and Electric Vehicles, Renewable Energy and Energy Storage and Electronics and IT Infrastructure. The company has a global distribution channel, a technical and customer support center and 18 offices worldwide.
Gimatic Srl was founded in 1985 and headquartered in Roncadelle, Italy as a subsidiary of Barnes Group, based in Bristol, Connecticut. The company is an ISO 9001-certified manufacturer of equipment in the end-of-arm tooling market for manufacturing-based industries. The company’s product categories include automotive manufacturing, tooling & factory automation, food & beverage, home applications, and pharma & medical. Product categories for these segments include vacuums and vacuum pumps, suction cups, sensors, machines, and other components.
ALPS ALPINE CO., established in 1948, is a manufacturer and supplier of sensors＆communication, modules＆systems, and components based in Tokyo, Japan. The company serves the energy, healthcare, automotive, mobile, and consumer electronics domains, where they combine and build on core device technology, including human-machine interfaces, SENSORING™, and connectivity. For example, in the healthcare industry, they supply components for medical equipment, including control switches, sensors, lenses, and joysticks, and the Senclear™ Microfluidic Devices for drug discovery and development. Their power conversion modules, current sensors inverters, and converters are used in the energy industry in storage batteries, solar power systems, and electric vehicle charging systems.
Torex Semiconductor Ltd is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the development, manufacture and sale of various analog integrated circuit (IC) products. It came inception in the year 1995. The Company operates through four geographic segments: Japan, Asia, Europe, and North America. The Company is engaged in the development, manufacture, sale and management of manufacturing subcontractors for semiconductor devices. Products include power supply ICs, digital ICs, and analog ICs. Main products are direct current (DC)/DC converters, regulators, detectors, and discretes.
Located in Austria and Germany, Ams-Osram is a sensor design and manufacturing company that specializes in compact form factors, low power, high sensitivity, and multi-sensor applications. They were established in 1981 and were formerly known as austriamicrosystems AG. In 2012 it changed its name to ams AG. They have a technology portfolio for sensing, lighting, and visualization, ranging from light emitters and optical components to micro-modules, integrated circuits, and related software. Their work develops technology for use in the consumer, industrial, medical, and automotive sectors.
iC-Haus GmbH, established in 1984, is a German-based manufacturer of standard and customized integrated circuits (ICs), microsystems and system-on-chip solutions used in automotive, medical and industrial applications. The company’s integrated circuit product segment consists of I/O iCs, power management iCs, sensor iCs, safety light curtain iCs, and encoder iCs. They also offer laser diode and LED drivers used in industrial sensors, laser leveling, laser printers, laser pointers, and barcode scanners. iC-Haus has a Linear Functions iCs product line which is composed of ultra-fast comparators, four-quadrant multipliers, and OPAMPs used in demodulators, signal conditioners, measurement amplifiers, and voltage-controlled amplifiers.
Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation is a division of Toshiba focusing on providing designs for end-product developers as well as semiconductor and drive equipment for automotive, industrial equipment, green energy, and consumer and personal electronic devices. Toshiba’s storage products include cloud-scale and enterprise-level products, and PC hard drives. Semiconductor products include Si Cower devices, MOSFETs, IGBTs, IEGTs, isolators, solid state relays, power management and intelligent power ICs, diodes, bipolar transistors, microcontrollers, automotive devices, ICs for wireless communication equipment, general purpose logic ICs, radio-frequency devices, sensors, and linear image sensors.
Kohden Co., Ltd, is a Shizuoka-ken, Japan-based designer, manufacturer and supplier of AMR sensors, pressure sensor and sensing units established in 1967. The company offers ferromagnetic-made parallel sensing line type and perpendicular sensing line type flip chip and mold package AMR sensors. The sensors are used for linear position detection, position detection, displacement detection and angle detection. The company has achieved the ISO 14001 certification and ISO 9001 certification allowing its products to be used in industrial, domestic, and manufacturing applications.
MultiDimension Technology (MDT) is a manufacturer of magnetic sensors founded in 2010 and headquartered in Zhangjiagang Free Trade Zone, Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China. The company produces a series of Sensor ICs and Sensor modules such as Anisotropic MagnetoResistance (AMR), Giant MagnetoResistance (GMR), and Tunneling MagnetoResistance (TMR) that are used in the technical field of magnetoresistive transducers for measuring magnetic field and other parameters. They also offer magnetic device wafer fabrication along with designing and testing features enabling MDT to provide solutions for a wide range of applications in the magnetic sensor market.
NiCera - Nippon Ceramic Co., Ltd. was established in 1975 in Japan as a manufacturer of ceramic sensors. The company designs infrared sensors that have applications in home electronics such as microwaves, air conditioners, heaters, etc. Ultrasonic sensors have been used in automobiles for back and corner sensing and for automatic parking systems. Current sensors are also used in automobiles as well as in industrial equipment along with gas sensors that have applications in the agricultural industry such as controlling CO2 concentration. The modules of human detection sensors and LED power supplies are also part of the production.
Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (Murata Manufacturing) was founded in 1944 and is headquartered in Nagaokakyo, Japan. Murata Manufacturing designs, manufactures, and sells ceramic-based passive electronic components and solutions globally. The company operates through components, modules, and others segments, serving communications, mobility, industrial, healthcare, and personal electronics customers. They company's product offerings include noise suppression products, quartz devices,RFID devices, phase shifters, and wireless connectivity platforms. Services such as webinars and video library are also available for existing and potential customers alike.
Asahi Kasei Microdevices Corporation, founded in 1980, is a Japanese manufacturer headquartered in Chiyoda City, Tokyo, specializing in sensing devices and integrated circuit (IC) products. The company’s product offerings include magnetic sensors, current and gas sensors, audio devices, and specialty devices. These products have diverse applications, such as in personal electronics, where AKM provides compact and low-consumption features for sound and magnetic sensing. They offer CO2 sensors and transceiver IC for millimeter-wave radar with high spatial recognition for smart homes. Additionally, AKM provides rotation angle sensors in industrial equipment like robots and motors to achieve accuracy and off-axis alignment simultaneously.
SENSATEC Co. Ltd., established in 1988 and based in Kyoto, Japan, is a manufacturer and supplier of OEM sensors. The company specializes in crafting electronic detection and control devices, medical tools, and beauty equipment, including various sensors, A/D/D/A converters, and optical fiber data systems. Its diverse product range also includes cable and coil winding processing, and it provides support for metal mask manufacturing. The company also offers tailored designs emphasizing miniaturization and handles everything from standard strips to soldering and assembly.
Monolithic Power Systems (MPS), founded in 1997 and headquartered in San Jose, California, is a manufacturer of integrated circuits (ICs). Their product range includes switch-mode power supplies (SMPS) for converting AC or DC power to lower voltage DC power, LED drivers for driving LED lights, battery management ICs to manage power in portable devices, power factor correction (PFC) ICs for improving power supply efficiency, and sensorless motor control ICs to control motors without position sensors. MPS's solutions find applications in consumer electronics, industrial, and automotive industries, offering efficient power management solutions to enhance various electronic devices.
TE Connectivity Ltd., started in 2007 and headquartered in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, is a designer and manufacturer of sensor and connectivity solutions for harsh conditions. It operates three primary segments, namely transport, industrial, and communication solutions, and its product portfolio includes automotive connectors, fiber optic connectors, analog power meters, RTD sensors, and circuit breakers. It serves customers in approximately 140 countries and several industries, including aerospace, automotive, rail, IoT connectivity, and E-mobility. The company manufactures 192 billion products annually and has invested over 610 million USD in research development and engineering.
Omron Corporation, started in 1933 and headquartered in Kyoto, Japan, is a manufacturer of automation components, equipment, and systems, and it developed the first contactless proximity switch in 1960. It has four domains, including industrial automation, electronic components, healthcare, and social systems, and it provides products and services in around 120 countries and regions. Some of its products include microsensing devices, access control systems, industrial robots, surveillance cameras, and blood pressure monitors. In 1971, it developed the first online cash machine, and in 1972, it established Japan’s first welfare factory.
Celduc Inc. through Celduc Transfo was founded in 1960 as a manufacturer of transformers. Celduc Inc. is based in, France. Celduc Inc. was officially created in 2020 and headquartered in Centerport, New York. Celduc creates electronics and customized products for industries including railway, plastic, packaging, medical, and electronics. Celduc’s main product lines include solid state relays, magnetic proximity sensors, reed relays & switches, and customized products. Customized products are versions of other products adapted for use in industries with special needs such as nuclear power, aircraft, and agriculture.
ABLIC, Inc. is a manufacturer of analog semiconductors and integrated circuits (ICs) based in Minato-ku, Tokyo. Originally established in 2016, the company is a subsidiary of Seiko Instruments, Inc., and was renamed SII Semiconductor Corporation in 2018. The company produces memory, logic, and power management ICs, as well as various sensors for use in mobile computers, industrial equipment, wearable tech, and automotive systems. These supply clients in the consumer electronics, factory automation, and medical equipment industries.
Texas Instruments Incorporated was founded in 1930 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Texas Instruments is a producer of high tech equipment for industrial, automotive, personal electronics, communications equipment industries. Texas Instruments designs, manufactures, and sells semiconductors to electronics designers and manufacturers in the United States and internationally. Texas Instruments operates in two segments: analog and embedded processing. The Analog segment offers power products, including battery-management solutions, DC/DC switching regulators, power switches, linear regulators, voltage references, and lighting products. The Embedded Processing segment offers microcontrollers that are used in fields such as electronic equipment and digital signal processors for mathematical computations.
Taiwan Semiconductor, established in 1979 in Taiwan, is a manufacturer and distributor of integrated circuits and wafer semiconductor devices for commercial and industrial customers worldwide. The company's product line includes discrete power rectifiers, power transistors, LED driver ICs, analog ICs, and ESD protection devices. Taiwan Semiconductor has production facilities in China and Taiwan that are compliant with automotive and environmental standards, including IATF 16949, ISO 9001, and ISO 14001. Taiwan Semiconductor is also a member of the ECIA and the PSMA.
Fuji Electric Equipment Control was established in 2008 in Saitama-ken, Japan is a manufacturer of power distribution and control equipment. The company boasts an extensive and diversified product portfolio including motor controls, MV distributors, energy control equipment, LV distributors, and industrial control relays. These products find applications in construction as magnetic contactors, automotive as manual motor starters, home appliances as air circuit breakers, health care devices as sensors and switches, and in environmental management for quality assurance and protection of high-voltage electric power and management of low-voltage consumption rate.
steute Technologies GmbH & Co. KG founded in Löhne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, in 1961, is a manufacturer of electrical sensors and control units. The company manufactures foot switches, optical sensors, magnetic sensors, command devices, and wireless receivers. It has subsidiaries in 11 countries around the world, and sales and service partners in a further 30. At the end of 2012, the company opened a production plant in Shanghai, China and it also employs 450 people worldwide.
Autosen, located in Essen, Germany, is a supplier of a large selection of sensors, automation technology, and Internet of Things solutions. The company provides position sensors, process sensors, motion control products, and control and signaling devices. It also offers mounting accessories, Internet of Things gateways, and sensor cables. The variants of its process sensors, inductive sensors, have noise immunity and can withstand extremely harsh environments. It has 250,000 devices in stock and over 20,000 customers are satisfied with its products.
MM Engineering GmbH, founded in 1996 and headquartered in Berganger, Germany, is a manufacturer of customer-specific prototypes and small series in the field of conveyor technology and logistics. The company offers an extensive product catalog, including long positioning tables with scale knobs, long positioning tables with electronic position indicators, vertical lift stages with electronic position indicators, short positioning tables with electronic position indicators, and short positioning tables with scale knobs. These products find applications in packaging technology, laser marking systems, the plastics processing sector, wood processing, and mechanical automation.
UBITO is an enterprise within the FRABA group, specializing in the development and marketing of Wiegand technologies for commercial and industrial use. The company serves as a concept incubator and markets Wiegand sensor products, such as fluid meters and multiturn rotary encoders. FRABA has a history dating back to 1918 and has played a significant role in the development of sensor products like rotary encoders and inclinometers. With subsidiaries in Europe, North America, and Asia, FRABA has a global reach and works with sales and distribution partners worldwide.
ROHM Semiconductor was incorporated in 1940 and is headquartered in Kyoto, Japan. ROHM manufactures and sells electronic components worldwide. ROHM operates through the segments ICs, discrete semiconductor devices, and modules. ROHM provides ICs comprising memory, amplifiers and linear, power management, clocks and timers, switches and multiplexers, logic, data converters, sensors and MEMS, display drivers, motor/actuator drivers, interfaces, communication and speech synthesis LSI, audio and video, and microcontrollers. ROHM also offers discrete semiconductor products include MOSFETs, bipolar transistors, and diodes; power devices, including power transistors and diodes, SiC power devices, IGBT, and IPM; passive devices, such as resistors, and conductive polymer and tantalum capacitors; and various modules among others.
Fargo Controls, Inc. was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Eatontown, New Jersey. The company is a distributor of proximity sensors and other industrial controls for both consumer and industrial customers. The company categorizes proximity sensors by four principles: inductive for detecting metallic objects, capacitive for detecting both metallic and non-metallic objects, photoelectric for detecting light, and magnetic for detecting the presence of permanent magnets. Other product offerings include counters, rate meters, timers, and controls.
AutomationDirect.com was founded in 1994 to provide solutions for the industrial automation market and has been growing its list of offerings ever since. AutomationDirects’ extensive catalog includes individual components such as cables, various controls, I/O devices, relays, gauges, fittings, and sensors to complete systems. Many parts and devices, especially PLC units are customizable. AutomationDirect.com also provides support via video instructions, online manuals, a learning library, an active community forum to further assist customers.
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