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A comprehensive range of electronic monitoring and timing devices in different formats for ease of use and retrofit purposes is available from leading supplier ElectroMechanica (EM).

According to the EM Product Manager Jaap Grobler, the ElectroDev units are suited to all industrial applications where parameter monitoring is essential for the wellbeing of plant and machinery.

The timing devices, on the other hand, are machine devices used to facilitate easy timing and control functions. Grobler added that ElectroDev is a key supplier and has enjoyed a two-decade-long business relationship with EM to date.

“The most popular products in the ElectroDev line-up are its voltage- and phase-monitoring devices to protect plant and machinery. Of course, the timing devices are very popular as well due to their versatility and simplistic programming methods.”

All products and applications are supported by EM’s countrywide network of offices and sales and technical personnel.

Products are available in a DIN rail mounting format, with or without display, and a 11-pin plug-in mounting format.

“ElectroDev fits in perfectly with our complementary products needed to complete plant and machine installations,” Grobler elaborates. A number of new exciting launches are on the cards, pending an official announcement from EM,” Grobler said.

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