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Pushbutton Control Station features ergonomic design.

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July 15, 2014 - Designed to control industrial and commercial equipment, machines, and tools, Victor Wall-Mounted Control Station features ergonomic design with anti-slip grooves. Switches are mounted to base of controller, separated from actuators on cover of frame, facilitating proper wiring and internal maintenance. Each control can be individually configured, with options ranging from addition of illuminated LED selectors and pushbuttons to incorporation of potentiometers and other non-standard accessories.

Springer Controls Co.

96074 Chester Rd., Yulee, FL, 32097, USA

Original Press Release

Springer Controls Company Releases Victor Wall-Mounted Control Station

Press release date: July 11, 2014

Innovative, Cost-Effective Device Controls Industrial and Commercial Equipment, Machines, and Tools

Yulee, Florida—Springer Controls Company, a manufacturer and distributor of industrial and custom-designed electrical controls, announces the highly anticipated release of the Victor Wall-Mounted Control Station. The Victor push-button control station from Tecno Elettrica Ravasi (TER) is designed to control industrial and commercial equipment, machines, and tools. Springer Controls Company is the sole authorized TER importer in North America.

The Victor features an innovative look and feel, giving machine and equipment operators one of the most functional and versatile push-button control stations ever to hit the production floor. The device's controller dimensions and shape are the result of a careful analysis of the ergonomic demands of the heavy industrial workspace. Victor push-button control stations are conceived with users and operators in mind. Anti-slip grooves and a compact yet robust frame give this controller a truly one-of-a-kind feel.

Springer Controls Company offers these modular control stations in a variety of standard configurations while maintaining a large inventory of accessories to meet every design engineer's needs. The first things an operator will appreciate are the ergonomic physical shape, feel, and dimensions of the Victor. The device is designed to facilitate simple and proper wiring, along with effortless internal maintenance, thanks to the fact that the switches are mounted to the base of the controller, separated from the actuators on the cover of the frame. The resulting ease of wiring and maintenance will reduce both cost and user downtime. Each device can be configured based on the needs of the user, with options ranging from the addition of illuminated LED selectors and push-buttons to the incorporation of potentiometers and other nonstandard accessories. Springer Controls is dedicated to giving the customer a wide array of options through its customized labels and legend- marking capabilities, setting this device apart from all others in the industry.

Through Springer Controls, TER addresses every controller need and supplies standard or customized push-button control stations that exceed expectations and performance requirements, all at a very competitive price in the marketplace. For more information on the Victor Wall-Mounted Control Station and Springer Controls Company's other product lines, please call (904) 225-0575 or visit www.springercontrols.com.

About Springer Controls Company
Dedicated to providing exceptional service and top-quality products, Springer Controls Company produces electrical contactors and starters, pilot devices, power switching devices, crane and hoist controls, signaling devices, temperature controllers, and terminal blocks. The company was founded in 1996 with the purchase of product lines from Joslyn Clark Controls and Square D Company. It grew and developed new products, eventually expanding into a 15,000-square-foot building in the North Jacksonville area of Florida. Today, Springer Controls Company provides industrial electrical controls throughout the United States and Canada.

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