We offer a full manufacturer's warranty on every Control Concepts installed panel.
...your custom solution. Anytime.
Control Concepts offers each customer a professional install of their panel to insure quality and integrity. Our Three-Step Installation Process includes:
The UL 508A listing for our control panel service lets you know we provide services and repairs that comply with nationally recognized safety standards. The safety of your employees and equipment is very important to us, and we assure you the electric control panels in your automation equipment are compliant with this national standard.
The UL Mark is one of the most recognized, accepted, and trusted symbols in the world. It shows that the Underwriter’s Laboratory has evaluated and tested samples of a component and concluded it meets UL requirements.
You also benefit from the training and consulting we receive from Underwriter’s Laboratory as we troubleshoot, repair, and maintain your control panel.
A control panel is an assembly of components mounted on or contained in an enclosure. Alternatively, the control panel may be mounted on a sub-panel. The control panel unit includes the associated wiring and terminals, and can be open or closed.
A control panel is made up of power circuit components, control circuit components, or a combination of both.
Power Circuit Components
Control Circuit Components
The control panel does not include:
Control Concepts designs, fabricates, installs, tests, and programs each control panel to your needs and specifications.
Our first step is to get the basics down pat. We need to know:
We take pride in our attention to detail when we draw schematics, functional diagrams, and sequencing of operations. Drawings include details of the I/O and we ensure the descriptors match those in the programmable logic circuit (PLC) program.
In our control panels, we group similar voltage level devices and functions together to keep any "noisy" hardware, such as VFDs, servo amplifiers, power relays, and contactors, away from the low-level signal hardware - the controller and analog signals.
All wire sizes are coordinated for the load and components required by your equipment, and we consult with you to provide the best control type, from a simple relay to a programmable logic circuit. We also design control panel operations to match the user’s needs, from pushbuttons to a human-machine interface.
For efficient, reliable, and robust control panels, we use:
Our installers neatly bundle all wiring or run them in gutters or other supports.
All wiring is routed with smooth radius bends.
All terminals, wires, and components are legibly and durably labeled. No handwritten labels from us!
Before our technicians leave, they test each control panel for appropriate operation and help you program each component to ensure efficient and accurate operation.