Eaton is a global technology leader in power management solutions that make electrical,
hydraulic and mechanical power operate more efficiently, reliably, safely and sustainably. Airline carries
a wide range of Eaton Cutler-Hammer products for circuit protection, automation and control.
Eaton’s complete line of low and medium voltage circuit breakers are used to provide circuit protection
in a wide range of industries, where they protect against overloads and short circuits in conductors.
These circuit breakers are applied in panel boards, switchboards, motor control centers, control panels,
combination starters, individual enclosures, and as bus duct plug-in units. A partial list of Eaton’s
circuit protection offering includes:
Molded Case Circuit Breakers
Miniature Circuit Breakers
Power Defense Circuit Breakers
Before you think about what you are building next, think about how you will defend it. You need a device with connected and communicating built-in electronics, ability to generate the data to help you optimize your facilities performance, and the ability to mitigate arc ﬂash keeping your employees, customers and end-users safe. With Eaton’s new globally rated Power Defense™ molded case circuit breakers, you can now plan with conﬁdence. Start planning your defense now.
Eaton offers the protection your system needs against equipment failure and danger caused by voltage
faults, current conditions or excessive load requirements. Their extensive line includes:
Electromechanical Contactors and Starters
Manual Motor Starters
Motor Protection Relays
Motor Protection Circuit Breakers
Manual Motor Protection
Providing enhanced levels of safety, XTSE contactors integrate to applications to not only achieve the highest safety circuits, but provide additional levels of protection that reinforce end-user safety.
Power distribution blocks provide a means for termination of up to 12 load wires in a single point
while being supplied by a single line. Terminal blocks are suited to conserve space while allowing
maximum flexibility, when labor cost reduction and ease of assembly is desired. Eaton’s fuse blocks
and holders provide a simple DIN mounting device for protection in control circuits.
Transformers and Power Supplies
Eaton offers control power transformers that provide stepped-down voltages to machine tool control
devices, enabling circuits to be isolated from all power and lighting circuits. Eaton also provides
a wide selection of durable and reliable power supplies for many 24 Vdc applications in a variety of
sizes and features.
Pushbuttons, Pilot Lights and Selector Switches
Eaton offers an extensive variety of pushbuttons, pilot lights and selector switches to suit virtually
any industrial or commercial application. Choose from:
22 mm Pilot Devices
30 mm Pilot Devices
Stacklights providing illuminated and audible signaling
Eaton’s SmartWire-DT system uses a continuous green flat cable located in the control cabinet to connect
motor starters, pushbutton actuators, and indicator lights.
Relays and Timers
Whether you're a machine builder or end user, control panel designer or facility maintenance manager,
Eaton's expansive offering of relay options with customization capabilities can meet all of your
specific application requirements:
Easy Programmable Relays
Machine Tool Relays
Terminal Block Relays
Manufacturing environments are complex and require products that offer control, reduce downtime and
increase efficiency. Eaton’s electronic operator interfaces (OI) do that while being easy to install,
understand, modify and use. The features, hardware design, development software and high quality
provide the best value on the market.
Eaton's Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are microprocessor-based devices used to control industrial
processes or machines. They provide advanced functions, including analog monitoring, control and high
speed motion control as well as share data over communication networks.
Variable Frequency Drives
Adjustable frequency drives (also known as variable frequency drives) adjust a motor's speed to closely
match output requirements, resulting in a typical energy savings of 10 to 50 percent.