Mcnaughton-Mckay Electric

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Mcnaughton-Mckay Electric
Mcnaughton-Mckay Electric is listed in the Electricians category in Madison Heights, Michigan. Displayed below are the social networks for Mcnaughton-Mckay Electric which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Mcnaughton-Mckay Electric on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

Mcnaughton-Mckay Electric offers Electrician services in Madison Heights MI.

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Mcnaughton-Mckay Electric has an overall ZapScore of 92. This means that Mcnaughton-Mckay Electric has a higher ZapScore than 92% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Madison Heights, Michigan is 40 and in the Electricians category is 30. Learn more about ZapScore

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Learning how easy it is to program Universal Robots today @ our @Universal_Robot seminar in Georgia. https://t.co/Kui3MKEFyx

This week, Chad shows us how to perform a basic setup of the E300 overload relay using the embedded web server. Learn how to establish an IP address in order to connect to the E300 with a personal computer using the relay operating mode and the FLA to complete the basic setup.
In this video, Chad Wagner, a Systems Engineer at McNaughton-McKay, will show you how to perform a basic set up of the E300 overload relay using the embedded...


This week's #TechSupport video shows you how to perform a basic setup of the E300 overload relay. Subscribe for more qoo.ly/feiqc


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McNaughton-McKay is happy to announce a partnership with Universal Robots A/S (UR) to distribute their Collaborative Robots (cobots) in the Georgia, Michigan and Ohio regions. Cobots are a new class of robotics that make robot technology available at every level of manufacturing. They can automate virtually anything and work side by side with their human counterparts without the need for safety caging after risk assessment. Because of their flexibility and affordability, cobots reduce previous obstacles associated with the use of traditional robots making it easier for firms of any size to deploy automation. Learn more here:
On April 17, 2017, McNaughton-McKay signed an agreement with Universal Robots (UR) to distribute their Collaborative Robots (cobots) in the Georgia, Michigan and Ohio regions. Cobots are a new class of robotics that make robot technology available at every level of manufacturing. They can automate v...


Happy to announce our partnership w/ @Universal_Robot. More about this announcement & exciting new products at†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


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Discover what a Connected Enterprise is and how the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) supports it, as well as how to plan for an information-enabled environment at your facility.
Get insight into how the digital transformation that is the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) truly affects how you are, or should be, operating.

This week our Automation Engineering Manager, Ed Matus, shows you the the proper wiring of an MP Series servo motor with a Hiperface feedback device to a Kinetix 6500 servo drive from Rockwell Automation. The power and feedback cable wiring is shown in detail, and the video denotes the proper shielding terminations as well.
McNaughton-McKay's Automation Engineering Manager, Ed Matus, shows you the the proper wiring of an MP Series servo motor with a Hiperface feedback device to ...

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