Same-day delivery offered on configured NEMA products


System integrators, electrical contractors, end-users, and industrial maintenance professionals can have quick access to build-to-order NEMA products through Rockwell Automation’s Allen-Bradley ModCenter Plus Distributor Program, which provides Internet configuration software to assist distributors.

The program speeds product delivery to customers by certifying authorized Allen-Bradley distributors to modify basic industrial components, such as relays, motor starters, and pushbuttons to meet customers’ requirements. Availability varies by individual distributor locations, but products include combination starters, open type and non-combination starters, pump control panels, pushbuttons, industrial relays, and assembled pushbutton stations. Distributors also can configure standard components locally to create unique catalog numbers and products.

—Mark T. Hoske, editor-in-chief, Control Engineering,

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