Allied Electronics & Automation Adds New Industrial Suppliers

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January 27, 2022

Allied Electronics & Automation added three new industrial suppliers in January: Delta Electronics, an industrial automation supplier, KUNBUS, an industrial networking supplier, and OnRobot, a collaborative robotics supplier. The three new suppliers further expand Allied’s line card of more than 550 world-class suppliers, and products from these suppliers are now available at alliedelec.com.

Allied’s recently added suppliers include the following:

   –   Delta Electronics, a global provider of switching power supplies and thermal management products with a thriving portfolio of smart, energy-saving systems and solutions designed to nurture the development of smart manufacturing and sustainable cities by serving the industrial automation, building automation, telecom power, data center infrastructure, EV charging, renewable energy, energy storage, and display industries. As a world-class corporate citizen guided by its mission statement, “To provide innovative, clean, and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow,” Delta leverages its core competence in high-efficiency power electronics and its CSR-embedded business model to address key environmental issues including climate change. Product categories supplied by Allied include motors and motion controlspower productsprogrammable logic controllers and human-machine interface technologiesthermal management solutionsindustrial data communications equipment, and industrial controls.

   –   KUNBUS GmbH, a global provider of switching power supplies and thermal management products with a thriving portfolio of smart, energy-saving systems and solutions designed to nurture the development of smart manufacturing and sustainable cities by serving the industrial automation, building automation, telecom power, data center infrastructure, EV charging, renewable energy, energy storage, and display industries. As a world-class corporate citizen guided by its mission statement, “To provide innovative, clean, and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow,” Delta leverages its core competence in high-efficiency power electronics and its CSR-embedded business model to address key environmental issues including climate change. Product categories supplied by Allied include motors and motion controls, power products, programmable logic controllers and human-machine interface technologies, thermal management solutions, industrial data communications equipment, and industrial controls.

   –   OnRobot, a major provider for collaborative applications, which supplies a wide range of tools for collaborative applications, including electric and vacuum grippers, its award-winning Gecko gripping technology, force and torque sensors, a 2.5D vision system, Raspberry PiArduino, and development toolsscrewdriverssander kits, and tool changers. OnRobot’s assorted product offering helps small- to mid-sized manufacturers optimize their processes and grow their businesses by making it quicker and easier to automate tasks including packaging, quality control, material handling, machine tending, assembly, and surface finishing and, in doing so, enabling greater flexibility, higher output, and improved quality. It also delivers exceptional compatibility and versatility.

Allied Electronics & Automation also continues to add products and suppliers to its facilities cleaning and maintenance inventory and – as part of its commitment to improving the customer experience and fulfilling customers’ wide-ranging needs – will continue to expand its product portfolio, its Expert Advice series of educational articles and podcasts about applicable industry topics, and its connection to the free, global DesignSpark online engineering community throughout 2022 and beyond. In 2021, the company added new best-in-class suppliers to its line card, bringing more ready-to-ship product lines to customers.

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