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Job Trailer Management


Learn more about our job trailer capabilities in this video featuring our account manager, Linda Jecmenek. We load any material you need at a site job in the trailer, and when the job is finished, you are only charged for the material that you used.

E1™ Plus and E3™ Plus Overload Relay Migration

Brett Bockholt6/4/2020

In this product update video, industrial control specialist, Brett Bockholt, discusses the migration of the E1Plus to E100 Electronic Overload Relay and the E3 Plus to E300/E200 Electronic Overload Relay. Watch to learn some of the new specs and benefits of migrating your relays.

A Few Services We Offer - Drive Start-up, IBE, Arc-Flash Study


This video will cover some of the services that MCESI offers. Chris will explain our Installed Base Evaluation (IBE), arc-flash safety study, and drive-startup services.

Allen-Bradley CompactLogix™ 1769 vs 5069


In this video, we will discuss the similarities and differences between all of the different CompactLogix families of processors and I/O. The catalog numbers are 1768, 1769, and 5069. We will not discuss the safety version of each processor.

Stratix® 5700 Install and First-Time Setup


Learn to install and complete the first-time setup for a Stratix 5700 switch. We discuss the three main methods of setup, along with briefly showing how to do the auto-configuration and Express Setup using the graphical user interface (GUI) webpage. These are the first steps to enabling features that you can only get from a managed network switch.

Allen-Bradley CENTERLINE® 2100 Motor Control Centers Overview


IntelliCENTER® Technology with EtherNet/IP - Networked CENTERLINE® Motor Control Centers Delivers Real-Time InformationLearn more in this product update from our Power Specialist.

Product Update - Allen-Bradley 1783-ETAP


The Allen-Bradley 1783-ETAP is designed to put devices with a single Ethernet port onto a resilient ring network using DLR (Device Level Ring) technology. Learn more in this product update from our Network Specialist, Mike Logan.

Managed vs Unmanaged Industrial Switches - Stratix® Benefits


Finally, an Industrial Class 1 Div 2 Cisco-based lightly managed switch that gives you some of the benefits of a managed switch, at a much lower price point in a small form factor. Plus, you still get the familiar web-based configuration that comes with all the Stratix line of managed switches. This video covers the benefits and features along with a comparison to some other Stratix and network products.

Features and Benefits of PowerFlex 525 Drives


Learn more about the features and benefits of Rockwell Automation PowerFlex® 525 Drives.