New product line opens doors to automation

May 1, 2007
Process measurement and control company Omega Engineering Inc., Stamford, Conn., expanded its product offerings to include a line of automation components,

Process measurement and control company Omega Engineering Inc., Stamford, Conn., expanded its product offerings to include a line of automation components, billed under the Omegamation name. The company has added sensors, PLCs, HMI, enclosures, motion systems, and power products to its lineup.

In conjunction with the move, the company is offering a new literature item, The Omegamation New Horizons Automation Handbook and Encyclopedia. The catalog features 124 full-color pages of the new product line and provides key technical information as well.

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