Push buttons


Push buttons

A push-button (also spelled pushbutton) or simply button is a simple switch mechanism for controlling some aspect of a machine or a process. Buttons are typically made out of hard material, usually plastic or metal. The surface is usually flat or shaped to accommodate the human finger or hand, so as to be easily depressed or pushed. Buttons are most often biased switches, though even many un-biased buttons (due to their physical nature) require a spring to return to their un-pushed state. Different people use different terms for the "pushing" of the button, such as press, depress, mash, and punch.




Indicators


Indicators

an electric lamp, used in association with a control, which by means of position or color indicates the functioning of the control; an indicator light or a control light. There must be a red pilot lamp which must go on when the respective amber or red systems are activated. Status indication shall be provided for all smoke control equipment, annunciated by fan and zone, by pilot lamp type indicators. There must be a pilot lamp which goes on when the respective amber or red system is activated.




Buzzers


Buzzers

A buzzer or beeper is an audio signaling device, which may be mechanical, electromechanical, or piezoelectric. Typical uses of buzzers and beepers include alarm devices, timers and confirmation of user input such as a mouse click or keystroke.












Panel Fans


Panel Fans

An exhaust fan is a fan which is used to control the interior environment by venting out unwanted odors, particulates, smoke, moisture, and other contaminants which may be present in the air. Exhaust fans can also be integrated into a heating and cooling system. Common locations for exhaust fans include bathrooms and kitchens, and these fans are usually very easy to install, so they can be situated in many other locations as well. For installation, people do need a few tools, and they must be comfortable working with electricity to wire the fan in place.








Connectors


Connectors

A screw terminal is a type of electrical connector where a wire is held by the tightening of a screw. The wire may be wrapped directly under the head of a screw, may be held by a metal plate forced against the wire by a screw, or may be held by what is, in effect, a set screw in the side of a metal tube. The wire may be directly stripped of insulation and inserted under the head of a screw or into the terminal. Otherwise, it may be either inserted first into a ferrule, which is then inserted into the terminal, or else attached to a connecting lug. which is then fixed under the screw head. Depending on the design, a flat-blade screwdriver, a cross-blade screwdriver, hex key, Torx key, or other tool may be required to properly tighten the connection for reliable operation.












Mounting DIN Rails


Mounting DIN Rails

A DIN rail is a metal rail of a standard type widely used for mounting circuit breakers and industrial control equipment inside equipment racks. These products are typically made from cold rolled carbon steel sheet with a zinc-plated and chromated bright surface finish. The term derives from the original specifications published by Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN) in Germany, which have since been adopted as European (EN) and international (ISO) standards. There are three major types of DIN rail: Top hat section, type O, or type Ω, with hat-shaped cross section, C section, G section.








Busbars


Busbars

In electrical power distribution, a busbar (also spelled bus bar, or sometimes as bus bar or bussbar, with the term bus being a contraction of the Latin omnibus, "for all") is a strip or bar of copper, brass or aluminium that conducts electricity within a switchboard, distribution board, substation, battery bank, or other electrical apparatus. Its main purpose is to conduct a substantial current of electricity, and not to function as a structural member. The cross-sectional size of the busbar determines the maximum amount of current that can be safely carried. Bussbars can have a cross-sectional area of as little as 10 mm2, but electrical substations may use metal tubes 50 mm in diameter (20 cm2) or more as busbars. An aluminium smelter will have very large busbars used to carry tens of thousands of amperes to the electrochemical cells that produce aluminium from molten salts.






Cable Ducts


Cable Ducts

Cable Ducts are PVC Channels. with the help of which we can arrange wires in a proper and managed way.










Lugs


Lugs

A device for terminating an electrical conductor to facilitate the mechanical connection; to the conductor it may be crimped to form a cold weld, soldered or have pressure from a screw.










Ferrules


Ferrules

A ferrule (a corruption of Latin viriola "small bracelet", under the influence of ferrum "iron") is a name for types of objects, generally used for fastening, joining, sealing or reinforcement. They are often narrow circular rings made from metal, or less commonly, plastic. Ferrules are also often referred to as eyelets or grommets within the manufacturing industry. Most ferrules consist of a circular clamp used to hold together and attach fibers, wires, or posts, generally by crimping, swaging, or otherwise deforming the ferrule to permanently tighten it onto the parts that it holds.




Panel Stickers


Panel Stickers

We also provide Customised panel stickers and complete panel facias according to the users requirments.










Gasket


Gasket

A gasket is a mechanical seal which fills the space between two or more mating surfaces, generally to prevent leakage from or into the joined objects while under compression. Gaskets allow "less-than-perfect" mating surfaces on machine parts where they can fill irregularities. Gaskets are commonly produced by cutting from sheet materials. Gaskets for specific applications, such as high pressure steam systems, may contain asbestos. However, due to health hazards associated with asbestos exposure, non-asbestos gasket materials are used when practical. It is usually desirable that the gasket be made from a material that is to some degree yielding such that it is able to deform and tightly fills the space it is designed for, including any slight irregularities. A few gaskets require an application of sealant directly to the gasket surface to function properly.




Heat Shrink Sleeves


Heat Shrink Sleeves

Heat-shrinkable sleeve (or commonly "shrink sleeve") is a corrosion protective coating for pipelines in the form of a wraparound or tubular sleeve that is field-applied.










Panel Locks and Handles


Panel Locks and Handles

We also have different kind of panel locks and handles in stock with us.








Relay Card


Relay Card

We have various relay cards in our stock of different different channels. And we can also customise the circuitary according to the users requirments.










Fuse Card


Fuse Card

We have various Fuse cards in our stock of different different channels. And we can also customise the circuitary according to the users requirments.












Selector Switches


Selector Switches

A rotary switch consists of a spindle or "rotor" that has a contact arm or "spoke" which projects from its surface like a cam. It has an array of terminals, arranged in a circle around the rotor, each of which serves as a contact for the "spoke" through which any one of a number of different electrical circuits can be connected to the rotor. The switch is layered to allow the use of multiple poles, each layer is equivalent to one pole. Usually such a switch has a detent mechanism so it "clicks" from one active position to another rather than stalls in an intermediate position. Thus a rotary switch provides greater pole and throw capabilities than simpler switches do.








Power Supplies


Power Supplies

A power supply is an electronic device that supplies electric energy to an electrical load. The primary function of a power supply is to convert one form of electrical energy to another and, as a result, power supplies are sometimes referred to as electric power converters. Some power supplies are discrete, stand-alone devices, whereas others are built into larger devices along with their loads. Examples of the latter include power supplies found in desktop computers and consumer electronics devices.










Complete Panel Signal Lighting Solutions


Complete Panel Lighting Solutions

We also provide complete panel lighting solutions.










Spiral Sleeves


Spiral Sleeves

Spiral Sleeves are also available in our stock.






Tools


Tools

Following tools are readily available with us:



Crimping Tools



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Torque Control Machines



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Fiber Optic Cutting and Welding Machines.

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Ferrule Marking Machine

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