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IO-LINK - universal, smart and simple
IO LINK – UNIVERSAL, FLEXIBLE & SIMPLE

IO-Link is the first interface for communication with sensors and actuators and is an international standard. At OEM Automatic, we want to help you develop and streamline your process.

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Electric vehicle charging components from OEM Automatic's panel business area
Design considerations for EV charging stations

With the growth in electric vehicle sales, EV charging is in demand. So, what components are required for an EV charging station?

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IIoT - Industrial Internet of Things

Several years have been spent with our partners to develop a range within IIoT (Industrial Internet Of Things). We want to make it easier for our customers to take a step into the digital world.

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Design Considerations for AGV's

What is an AGV? AGV is short for Automated Guided Vehicle. AGVs are automated and computer controlled transportation robots that can be used for a range of tasks.

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Conta-Clip terminal blocks, single, double and triple level terminals on din rail
Choosing the correct terminal blocks for your requirements

Why are terminal blocks important? Terminal blocks, also called din rail terminals, are the backbone of automation and electrical control systems.

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