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Carlo Gavazzi Automation Components  Profile

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Carlo Gavazzi Automation Components  Company Overview

Carlo Gavazzi offers an extensive range of high quality reliable components (Sensors, Switches, Controls, Safety Devices, and Bus Communications Devices) to the industrial automation market, backed by over 70 years of engineering expertise.

Carlo Gavazzi Automation Components  Products

The types of products manufactured by Carlo Gavazzi Automation Components include Inductive Sensors, Capacitive Sensors, Magnetic Sensors, Fiber Optical Sensors, Ultrasonic Sensors, Conductive level Sensors, Photoelectric Sensors, Solid State Relays, Electromechanical Relays, PCB Relays, Motor Controllers, Limit Switches, Monitoring Relays, Timers, Panel Meters, PID Controls, Energy Management, Safety Modules, Safety Mats, Safety Light Curtains, Safety Magnetic sensors, and Dupline - Fieldbus.

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