Phoenix Contact USA
- PA, United States
- Tel: (717) 944-1300
- Fax: (717) 944-1625
- Member Since 2001
- Member Since 2001
- Robotic Supplier
Phoenix Contact is a leading developer of industrial electrical and electronic technology. The company’s diverse product range includes components and system solutions for industrial and device connection, automation, electronic interface and surge protection. World headquarters are located in Blomberg, Germany, and U.S. headquarters are just outside Harrisburg, Pa. Phoenix Contact also has a sales/software development office in Ann Arbor, Mich., providing full service automation to the automotive industry. Phoenix Contact components are designed into products made by virtually all categories of original equipment manufacturers.
Following the latest report of vulnerabilities in a control platform, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security recently issued an alert
Phoenix Contact’s new modular safety controller makes it easy to expand I/O in a safety circuit. The PSR-TRISAFE/M (for modular)
Phoenix Contact is displaying its latest automation products and solutions at the SPS/IPC/DRIVES 2011 tradeshow in Nuremberg, Germany this week.
The UT 2.5-3L accepts solid, stranded or ferruled wires with 26-12 AWG
The Quint UPS-IQ uses Phoenix Contact’s newly developed IQ technology to increase system availability. The rail-mounted uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
Students can win a trip to Germany courtesy of Phoenix Contact. The company is sponsoring its fourth annual Nanoline® Contest.
Phoenix Contact’s new high-flex M12 cordsets can flex up to 15 million bend-cycles. The sensor/actuator cables (SACs) meet the rigorous
Phoenix Contact announces its schedule of training classes for the fall. All classes combine theory with hands-on exercises so students
Phoenix Contact’s new Quint Diode power supplies are designed for redundant applications that require isolation and N+1 redundancy. Versions are
Phoenix Contact’s Valueline industrial PC product range now includes the VL BPC MINI, a miniature embedded box PC. The first