Agreement: B&B Electronics offers SEL hardened communications products

Communications products from Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. (SEL) are available from B&B Electronics Manufacturing Co.

10/03/2009


SEL Shielded Twisted-Pair Category 5e Ethernet Cables

SEL offerings include Shielded Twisted-Pair Category 5e Ethernet Cables.

Communications products from Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. (SEL) are available in the B&B Electronics Manufacturing Co. catalogs and web pages. SEL and B&B Electronics are working together to bring the ultrahardened communications solutions closer to end users, while maintaining the quality, support, price, and warranty that distinguishes SEL in the market.

"We've seen increased momentum among our customers for the type of communications products that SEL develops," said Don Wiencek, president of B&B Electronics. Customer base covers the entire spectrum - industrial, utilities, transportation, and commercial.

"Inclusion of SEL products in B&B Electronics' catalog allows SEL to reach even more customers," said SEL vice president of sales and customer service Erik Newman. SEL industrial network products , such as the "SEL-3010 Event Messenger, SEL-2725 Five-Port Ethernet Switch, and complete line of SEL transceivers are exactly the kinds of innovative, economical, and reliable products that B&B Electronics customers can benefit from." Newman hopes to continue to work with SEL to offer additional products.

B&B Electronics

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- Industrial Networks; Open Source ;

- How to Build an Industrial Network ; and
- Industrial Networks .

- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief, Control Engineering www.controleng.com





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