EC: Custom Order Engineering - Fusible Circuit Protection Solutions

Software — Applications: Eaton's custom order engineering provides Bussmann series fusible circuit protection solutions for unique or demanding applications and the ability to get to market faster than conventional new product development. This is a Control Engineering 2017 Engineers’ Choice Awards Finalist.

10/13/2016


Eaton now provides custom order engineering to provide customers with Bussmann series fusible circuit protection solutions to unique or demanding applications. Eaton's custom order engineering team, a dedicated group of design and manufacturing engineers, can help customers with modifications to existing products.

With more than 70,000 standard Bussmann series products, Eaton provides solutions for industrial, commercial, alternative energy, electric vehicle and mission-critical applications. Yet, power distribution and equipment designs can sometimes require non-standard products to solve overcurrent or overvoltage circuit protection challenges.

By collaborating with Eaton's custom order engineering team to develop a modified product or an entirely unique solution, customers are able to get to market faster than working through conventional new product development.

Eaton's engineering team can customize products to help accommodate unique space constraints, mounting requirements, terminal configurations or plating, packaging or labeling demands. Eaton is also able to meet further current or voltage rating requirements, as well as test to additional agency standards.

Eaton, www.eaton.com 



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