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BG electric is located in Germany and is the official distributor of the European manufacturers of industrial electronics and components for automation of production. With the full support of manufacturers, we offer a wide range of products for enterprises, system integrators, repair and service companies.

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Baumer encoders: measuring and monitoring of rotary speed and shaft positions at machines and electrical drives

The HOG10 / POG10 series is the versatile product family of incremental HeavyDuty encoders. It is based on the enormous experience of Baumer, and always offers you an unrivalled robust and durable solution.

  • Highest availability and unrivalled durability under harshest ambient conditions
  • Failure safety in any environment
  • Efficient protection against bearing damage
  • Improved control quality and process control in the application
  • Reliable signal transmission over long distances
  • Standard explosion protection
  • Large variety of designs and options
  • Convenient diagnostics for higher availability

Advanced Energy Industries thyristor power controller supports multiple operating voltages and control modes

The SCR power controller Thyro  series is available in single-, dual-, and three-phase units, supports voltages up to 690V and currents up to 2900A, and offers superior interface options.

  • Precisely regulate power, including load management, for optimal control and energy consumption.
  • Customize faults, alarms, status, limits, and set points to easily integrate with existing control systems.
  • Intuitively set up and commission using an integrated touch-screen display.
  • 32-bit micro, 1.5 M measurements per sec, and 15-bit resolution, better than 0.5% accuracy.
  • Integrated soft starting for operation with downstream transformer and Thyro-Touch display.

West Control Solutions represents a Pro-EC44 single and dual loop temperature controller

The Pro-EC44 has been designed to simplify user operation through an intuitive HMI combined with easy-to-use configuration and simulation software. It is a 1/4 DIN process controller with graphical text display, advanced control capability and modular I/O options providing flexibility to fit wide range of industrial manufacturing and process applications.

  • Fast and easy front panel setup for both for simple and advanced control tasks
  • Configure controllers without connecting to a PC
  • Easy access user operation
  • Fast configuration via configuration interface
  • Single, two loop, cascade or ratio control
  • Profiler 255 segments shared by upto 64 programs
  • Modbus RS485 or Modbus TCP Ethernet
  • Datalogger with real time clock
  • Comprehensive control ... and much more

MOBOTIX have been developing and producing intelligent IP video systems known for their high level of security, uncompromising reliability and premium “made in Germany” quality.

MOBOTIX cameras are equipped with independent memory management, a wide range of communication options (including SIP technology), innovative video analysis and event logic, meaning that they do more than just produce sharp images: They also recognize threats and initiate defensive actions.

  • The full range of HD Premium lenses is available for the M26: From fisheye lens with a 180° field of view to the 7° telephoto lens.
  • The D26 is perfect for applications that call for classic camera design with a shock-resistant dome.
  • The Q26 hemispheric camera stands out for its a high-resolution, 360° allround view. The Q26 can replacing four conventional cameras.
  • The S26 with Hemispheric technology is a compact system can be integrated so discreetly that only the lens is visible.

CD Automation introduced REVO Connect is a high reliability universal power regulator that has an advanced microprocessor that makes it universal and completely configurable via software

The power controller REVO-C  series is available in single-, dual-, and three-phase units. Particular attention was paid to the Connectivity with the most popular Field Buses and to the management of the unit via Wi-Fi (optional) with CD Automation APP to be installed on your Smartphone.

  • The current range from 30 to 2100A, the voltage range 480/600/690V.
  • Inputs: 4:20mA, 0:10V, SSR and ModBus as standard and different Field Bus.
  • Firing mode: burst firing, delayed triggering and phase angle with soft start.
  • Control mode: voltage, current and power or V² and I² with transfer to VxI.
  • USB port integrated for configuration in safety mode, unit powered through USB.
  • OLED display on front unit give better operator interface and delivers use-friendly messages.

Bürkert Fluid Control Systems is one of the world's leading manufacturers of measuring, control and regulating systems for fluids and gases. With a portfolio of more than 30,000 products Bürkert is the only supplier to offer all fluid control system components: from solenoid valves to process and analytical valves, as well as pneumatic actuators and sensors.

The integration of the product into the application is the result of detailed analysis of the ambient environment, operating parameters and specification requirements. This enables to offer individually optimized solutions to suit even the most complex fluid applications.

  • Solenoid Valves
  • Microfluidic Valves and Pumps
  • Process and Control Valves
  • Mass Flow Controllers
  • Electromotive Valves
  • Solenoid Control Valves
  • Pneumatics and Process Interfaces
  • Filtration Modules
  • Sensors, Transmitters and Controllers

ASTECH Angewandte Sensortechnik is the specialist for non-contact measurements in the industry. The range of products includes sensors for the detection of velocity, length, distance, position, width and color.

The LDM41P is an optoelectronic distance measuring device for industrial applications with integrated Profibus DP interface. It works contact-free on the principle of comparative phase measurement with the amplitude modulation and facilitates precisely accurate measurement of distances. The LDM41P distinguish themselves through high precision as well as high independence from the surface of the measuring object.

  • Distance measurement and determination of position
  • Monitoring of lifting plants / lifting height measurement and positioning of elevators
  • Monitoring and positioning of cranes and conveyor systems
  • Diameter measurement of rolls / coils
  • Monitoring of safety-relevant parts
  • Fill level measurement
  • Position control
  • 1804-1865. A Russian physicist and electrical technician, author of the "Lenz rule" for determining the direction of induced currents, author of calculations of the dependence of metal resistance on temperature, co-author of the "Joule-Lenz law", which determines the amount of heat in a conductor.

  • 1818-1889. An English physicist, co-author of the Joule-Lenz law, which determines the amount of heat in a conductor when current flows, and the discovery of the Joule-Thomson effect on gas cooling as it flows through a porous partition. This effect is now used in gas liquefaction technology.

  • 1831-1879. An English physicist, mathematician and mechanic, created the theory of the electromagnetic field, which describes the Faraday electromagnetic induction, the magnetoelectric induction, the law of conservation of the quantity of electricity and the vortex nature of the magnetic field.

  • 1856-1943. An American inventor, developed multi-phase generators, electric motors and transformers, multi-phase distribution systems, rotating magnetic field, built high-frequency generators, investigated wireless signal and energy transmission over long distances.

  • 1745-1827. An Italian physicist, chemist and physiologist, one of the authors of the theory of electricity. He placed zinc and copper in acid, creating a chemical current source, the "Volt Pillar". He proved that electrification occurs by contact of various substances, creating a light source "Voltaic arc".

  • 1775-1836. A French physicist and mathematician, according to Maxwell - "Newton of electricity". He established the rule of the direction of the magnetic field, developed the theory of magnetism, proposed electromagnetic processes for signal transmission, discovered the electromagnetic effect of a coil with an electric current.

  • 1736-1806. A French engineer, physicist, researcher of electromagnetic and mechanical phenomena, the author of torsion weights for measuring electromagnetic interaction forces, discovered the law of interaction between charges and magnetic poles, the distribution of charges on the surface of a conductor.

  • 1862-1919. A Russian electrical engineer, one of the creators of three-phase alternating current technology, director of the German company AEG. Inventor of an asynchronous motor with a squirrel cage rotor, a three-phase transformer with rods, a three-phase synchronous generator.

  • 1847-1931. An American inventor and entrepreneur, author of over 1000 inventions in electrical engineering. He perfected the telegraph and telephone, the incandescent lamp, invented the phonograph, built the first public power station, discovered the phenomenon of thermionic emission.

  • 1791-1867. An English physicist, author of the electromagnetic field. He discovered the chemical action of current, the connection between electricity, magnetism and light, electromagnetic induction, the laws of electrolysis. He introduced the concepts of electric and magnetic fields, electromagnetic waves.

  • 1834-1889. A French physicist and electrical engineer invented the first lead-acid battery, and also developed the technology for forming battery plates.

  • 1777-1855. A German mathematician, mechanic, physicist and astronomer, "king of mathematicians". He solved the basic theorem of electrostatics, known as the Gauss theorem. He invented the electric telegraph, laid the foundations of the theory of electromagnetism, discovered the potential of the electric field.

  • 1789-1854. A German physicist, discovered the basic law, the binding current, voltage and resistance of the load. Posted monograph "Theoretical study of electrical circuits," describing the circuit with series and parallel connection of conductors and current sources.

  • 1824-1887. A German physicist, author of works on the distribution of electricity on conductors, on the discharge of capacitors, to determine the resistance of conductors. Kirchhoff rules allow you to find the value of currents in all branches of the electrical circuit and all inter-node voltages.

  • 1857-1894. A German physicist, who confirmed Maxwell’s theory, investigated the reflection, interference, diffraction and polarization of electromagnetic waves, proved that their speed of propagation coincides with the speed of light, and that light is a type of electromagnetic waves.

  • 1847-1894. A Russian electrical engineer, military engineer, inventor. He developed the Yablochkov candle arc lamp, launching the first single-phase AC electric lighting system. He worked on the creation of electric dynamos and galvanic current sources.

  • 1797-1878. An American physicist, the creator of magnets, discovered a new phenomenon — self-induction and, independently of Faraday, discovered mutual induction. His work on electromagnetic relays became the basis for the electric telegraph. The inductance unit is named after him - "Henry".

  • 1847-1923. A Russian electrical engineer, inventor of a tungsten filament lamp. The developer of the "Lodygin electrolyte", a helicopter with a screw drive from an electric motor, the author of electric heating, electric furnaces, respirators with electrolytic oxygen production.

  • 1853-1928. A Dutch physicist, author of classical electron theory, he developed Maxwell’s theory and explained many electrical and optical phenomena. He developed the electro-dynamics of moving media, derived the transformations named after him, developed the theory of light dispersion.

  • 1903-1942. A Russian physicist, researcher of semiconductors, crystal detectors, author of cristadine, receiver with a generating diode. He discovered electroluminescence, the ability of semiconductors to generate light. Oleg Losev died of starvation during the blockade of Leningrad.

  • 1737-1798. An Italian physician, physiologist and physicist, author of electrophysiology and the theory of electricity. He investigated the phenomena of muscle contraction, the so-called. "animal electricity" and created a base for electromedicine. He discovered the potential difference in the contact of metals and electrolyte.

  • 1880-1947. A Russian physicist, author of works on radio astronomy, nonlinear and parametric oscillations and resonances. He developed a method of parametric excitation of electrical oscillations, investigated the propagation of radio waves above the ground, and measured their speed.

  • 1859-1905. A Russian physicist, inventor, electrician, one of the pioneers of the use of electromagnetic waves in radio communications. He developed a coherer for the detection of radio waves and for the first time carried out the transmission of radio signals over a distance of 250 m. The works of Popov were not developed in Russia.

  • 1888-1940. A Russian radio technician, founder of the radio tube industry. He developed broadcasting, radar and long-distance communications at short waves in the upper atmosphere. He is the author of a radio telescope model and a device with two states - a trigger.

  • 1816-1892. A German scientist, inventor, founder of the company Siemens, was engaged in electrical telegraphy, optics, medical equipment. He created a dc generator with self-excitation, an electromotor, an electric railway and tramway, a trackless transport.

  • 1804-1891. A German physicist who worked in the field of magnetism and electricity, he developed an absolute system of electrical measurements and determined the speed of electromagnetic induction. The author of the law of interaction of moving charges, invented the electromagnetic telegraph.

  • 1888-1982. A Russian and American engineer, one of the inventors of television. He developed a vacuum receiving and transmitting tubes, a kinescope and an iconoscope, night-vision devices and a television pick-up bombs, a reading television device for the blind.

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