Electrical components are basic detached devices or elements in an electronic system that are used to manage the flow of electricity. They are available in numerous sizes, shapes, and capacities. In addition, all types of electronic automation components have two or more electrical terminals or leads, which are usually soldered to a printed circuit board, which creates a discrete electronic circuit.
High-Performance Electrical Components for All Applications
Through partnerships with some of the industry’s most trusted manufacturers, UPC can provide high quality, high-performance electronic automation components for your project needs. We offer a range of photoelectric sensors from Leuze, including switching sensors, measuring sensors, and identification sensors, as well as data transmission and control components.
UPC’s Electrical Components
Universal Power Conversion, Inc. (UPC) offers electronic automation components for use in various types of applications, such as:
With a large inventory of products from top manufacturers, we can supply the components you need to create a complete electrical circuit.
A photoelectric sensor is a type of electrical component that is used to identify the distance, absence, or presence of an object by using a light transmitter, often infrared, and a photoelectric receiver. UPC’s photoelectric sensors are regularly used within commercial and industrial robotics manufacturing, among others. The types of photoelectric sensor components we carry, include:
Electronic automation components such as touchscreen HMI’s (Human Machine Interface) and controllers provide a textual or graphical view of your system conditions and operations. These vital electrical components also provide vital information that is not available with simple pushbutton panels or switch banks. UPC’s HMIs offer robust monitoring, control, status reporting and many other valuable functions.
Universal Power Conversion, Inc. (UPC) is an electronic automation components distributor for Renu Electronics. Our Renu product line is widely used within the commercial and industrial robotics field, among many others. Some of the types of Renu touchscreen HMIs and controllers we carry include: