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European Automation offers a comprehensive supply and repair service for PLC systems, Servo Drives, HMIs, Displays, Motors, CNC Machine Tool Systems and Robots, comprising all of the major manufacturers
Simatic S5 to S7 PLC, OP and TP displays and Simodrive to Sinamics drives we stock a huge range of new and refurbished Siemens parts
SLC500 to ControlLogix PLC, PanelView and VersaView HMI and Bulletin and PowerFlex drives available for immediate dispatch
500 series to 700 series inverter drives, E1000 to GOT1000 displays and MELSEC FX1N to Q series PLC refurbished and new parts in stock
From TDM to IndraDrive servo drives and MAC to IndraDyn servo motors we can deliver new or refurbished spares
From ACS55 to ACS800 inverter drives, low voltage AC and synchronous motors we can supply a wide range of ABB parts
Alpha servo amplifiers, AC servo and AC spindle motors and new and refurbished CNC spares from series 0i to series 35i
From Modicon 984 PLC to Telemecanique Altivar inverter drives we support obsolete and new Group Schneider products
CQM1 to CS1 PLC, NS and NB series displays and JX to G7 inverter drives, we have new and refurbished legacy spares available.
A programmable logic controller, PLC or programmable controller is a digital computer used for automation of typically industrial electromechanical processes, such as control of machinery on factory assembly lines.
HMI stands for Human Machine Interface. This is the interface between the operator and the controller.
A machine to convert energy into useful mechanical motion.
Encoders are electrical sensors which measure rotation by counting the number and timing of pulses generated by the encoder.
Numerical control (NC) is the automation of machine tools that are operated by precisely programmed commands encoded on a storage medium.
Parts used in automatic control - the use of various control systems for operating equipment such as machinery, processes typically in factories
Safety automation parts are used in safety systems to protect human, plant and environment in the case a process goes beyond the control margins.
Robotics is the branch of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer science that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots, as well as computer systems for their control.
European Automation specialises in supplying automation equipment to specific industry sectors. We work with some of the worlds largest companies & our knowledge and expertise is regularly featured in industry publications across the globe.
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We needed to repair the drivers for one of our servomotors. European Automation provided a reliable and very fast service – offering to repair or immediately substitute the product – at a great price. The customer service was excellent. I recommend them 100%.José María, ABEINSA Power Structure
European Automation helped GKN Aerospace source electrical parts for the Siemens controllers and for other electrical equipments used in machine tools.Thore Johansson, GKN Aerospace
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EOT is the name given to obsolete products that are energy efficient and can therefore still be utilised in industrial environments. Here we explore why for industries that rely on obsolete parts, EOT’s role is more important than ever. Read more
In an exclusive interview, we talk to Stuart Kelly, president of the International Institute of Obsolescence Management (IIOM) about how obsolescence can be effectively managed in different industry sectors. Read more