Machine builders: Application-specific reference

Eaton Corp. has developed an OEM Product Guide covering motor control, industrial logic, machine interface and more.

08/12/2009


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Eaton Corp. has developed an OEM Product Guide that provides a comprehensive yet concise look at Eaton's product offering for the machine builder market. The guide facilitates product selection, and provides a complete listing of Eaton's solutions for machinery applications. It is designed to be "an easy reference to select products that best meet specific application needs," explained Zari Talebi, marketing manager at Eaton. "With this format, customers are able to easily compare specific features of each product family to narrow their search for the most effective solution."

The product guide is divided into six tabs for easy navigation: Circuit and motor protection, motor control, industrial logic, machine display and interface, sensors and limit switches, and machine integration. Products are arranged by category within each tab. A page at the beginning of every category focuses on the key features of products appearing in the corresponding section, as well as a product overview table.
Interested machine builders can order a copy online .

- Edited by Renee Robbins, senior editor
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