Motor Controls

Motor Controls Picture

Motor Controls is basically the act of controlling some type of motor with a series of other components which could be either manual or automatic. Some of these components used to assist the controller are as simple as a common electronic sensor to complex processors.  The controller takes its input from a component's information so it can perform its job of controlling the motor. Motor Controls are designed to make a process, whether it is industrial or commercial, much more efficient and easy! Autumn Electric comes from a background of many many years of experience with motor controls. If you have an issue or you simply need someone who is an expert to help you install or design a motor control system, then Autumn Electric is the company for you! Please do not hesitate to Contract Us today.

Switch Boards

Electronic SwitchBoard

An electric switchboard is a device that directs electricity from one or more sources of supply to several smaller regions of usage. It is an assembly of one or more panels, each of which contains switches that allow electricity to be redirected. The U.S. National Electrical Code (NEC) defines a switchboard as "a large single panel, frame, or assembly of panels on which are mounted, on the face, back, or both, switches, over-current and other protective devices, buses, and usually instruments". The role of a switchboard is to allow the division of the current supplied to the switchboard into smaller currents for further distribution and to provide switching, current protection and (possibly) metering for those various currents. In general, switchboards may distribute power to transformers, panelboards, control equipment, and, ultimately, to individual system loads.
Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_switchboard 

Autumn Electric is very well known in the industrial and commercial sectors for their experience and quality work with both switch boards and motor controls. We stand ready to assist you with your new projects or repairing or replacing old equipment. Contact Us today for an expert opinion!