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Enercon Unleashes Untapped Potential in
Industrial Control Panel Production.

At Enercon, harnessing your system's untapped potential is our top priority. Our passionate team of experts has the know-how and experience to bring any control panel production up to speed with skillful assembly. As specialists in Industrial Control Panel design, we are confident that every desired function can be incorporated into a complete enclosure solution utilizing exact wiring or specialized components as needed. Start unleashing greater power today - get in touch with us at Enercon!


An Overview of
Industrial Control Panels

PLC Control Panel

A Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Control Panel is a type of control panel that uses a PLC to control and automate industrial equipment and processes. A PLC is a type of computer specifically designed for industrial control applications. It is programmed using a specialized programming language to perform specific control functions.

The main function of a PLC control panel is to control and automate industrial equipment and processes and can perform several functions such as:

  • Controlling the operation of equipment

  • Monitoring and adjusting process variables

  • Protecting equipment from overloading or short-circuiting

  • Alarming in case of abnormal conditions

  • Communicating with other control systems or devices

  • Storing and retrieving data

  • Logging and tracking the performance of the equipment


Enercon is a leading manufacturer of PLC Control Panels that are designed to meet the highest industry standards. Our panels are UL 508A and UL 698A certified, ensuring that they are safe and reliable for use in industrial environments.


With Enercon, you can trust that your PLC Control Panel will be of the highest quality and will meet all of your industrial needs. Contact us today to learn more.

PLC Programming Schematic for Gen-set Controls

Relay Control Panels

Relay Control Panels are used to automate and control the operation of various types of equipment and processes. It can help to improve production efficiency, save on costs, and reduce downtime by automating and optimizing the control of various devices and systems.


The relay control panel can perform a variety of functions, such as:

  • Starting and stopping motors

  • Turning lights on and off

  • Opening and closing valves

  • Controlling the flow of fluids or gases

  • Actuating other industrial equipment

  • Protecting electrical equipment from overloading and short-circuiting

  • Monitoring and controlling temperature, pressure and other process variables

  • Communicating with other control systems and devices

If you're searching for a solution that can handle the demands of industrial and commercial operations, look no further than Enercon. Our panels are expertly designed to withstand even the toughest conditions and are recognized for their durability and reliability. As a result, they are a top choice for businesses seeking top-quality, long-lasting equipment.

Relays and wiring examples for electrical control panel

HMI Control Panel

A Human Machine Interface (HMI) Control Panel is a type of control panel that allows for the monitoring and control of industrial equipment and processes. It provides a graphical interface that allows operators to interact with the system and view information about the status and performance of the equipment.

The benefits of an HMI control panel are it allows for more efficient, safe, and easy control of the system by providing real-time data and allowing operators to make adjustments to the system.


An HMI control panel can perform several functions such as:

  • Displaying real-time data and system status

  • Allowing operators to adjust process variables and control equipment

  • Monitoring and troubleshooting equipment

  • Providing alarms and notifications in case of abnormal conditions

  • Storing and retrieving data

  • Communicating with other control systems or devices


At Enercon, we specialize in designing and manufacturing high-quality HMI Control Panels to meet your unique needs. Our team of experienced engineers is dedicated to providing custom-engineered solutions that are UL 508A certified and built to OEM specifications.

Choose Enercon Engineering for all your HMI Control Panel needs, our UL 508A certified panels, Low-to-high volume production capabilities, Custom engineered to OEM specifications, and On-site testing capabilities guarantees that you receive the best quality and service in the industry.

Control Panel featuring a ComAp HMI Display
ComAp InteliVision 18Touch GS HMI Display
Simplex Pump Panel

Pump Control Panel

A Pump Control Panel is a type of electrical control panel that is specifically designed to control and monitor the operation of pumps. It typically includes relays, timers, switches, and other control devices that are wired together in a specific configuration to control the operation of the pump or pumps.

Pump control panels can perform several functions such as:

  • Starting and stopping the pump based on a set of pre-determined conditions

  • Monitoring the water level, pressure, and flow rate in a system

  • Protecting the pump from overloading or dry running

  • Alarming in case of any malfunction or abnormal condition

  • Control the speed of the pump to optimize the system performance

  • Communicating with other control systems or devices

Enercon is a leading manufacturer of pump control panels that are UL 508A certified, ensuring the highest level of safety and quality.


We offer low-to-high volume production capabilities, allowing for flexibility in meeting your needs. Enercon's pump control panels are custom engineered to OEM specifications, ensuring that they meet the specific requirements of your project.


At Enercon, we are committed to providing reliable and efficient pump control panels that are designed to meet the needs of the industry. Our panels are designed to optimize performance and longevity, ensuring that you receive the highest quality product available.

  • What Do Industrial Control Panels Do?
    Industrial control panels are essential components in manufacturing and processing industries, serving as centralized units to monitor, control, and manage various machinery and processes. They play a pivotal role in ensuring the efficient and safe operation of equipment, allowing operators to adjust settings, initiate commands, and receive feedback on system performance. These panels can control a wide range of functions, from simple motor operation to complex automation systems, ensuring optimal productivity and minimal downtime. By integrating sensors, switches, and other control devices, industrial control panels facilitate precise control over manufacturing processes, enhance safety measures, and contribute to energy conservation by optimizing the use of resources.
  • What Are the Three Types of Control Panels?
    There are primarily three types of control panels used in industrial settings, each designed to meet different operational needs and complexity levels: Simple Control Panels: These are basic panels that control simple machines or processes with minimal automation. They typically include manual switches, buttons, and indicators for straightforward operations. Standard Control Panels: Standard panels are more advanced than simple ones, incorporating programmable logic controllers (PLCs) or relay logic to automate tasks. They can control multiple machines or processes and include features like touch screens or HMI (Human Machine Interface) for easier interaction and monitoring. Complex Control Panels: Designed for comprehensive control over complex systems, these panels integrate advanced PLCs, network communication, and sophisticated software. They can manage intricate manufacturing processes, ensuring high precision and adaptability to changing conditions. Complex panels often include extensive data logging, remote monitoring capabilities, and are customizable to specific industry needs.
  • What is a Control Panel in a Factory?
    A control panel in a factory is a critical component that serves as the operational interface for monitoring and controlling mechanical and electrical equipment. It is the heart of factory automation, enabling operators to manage processes efficiently. These panels house control units such as switches, knobs, and displays, along with communication buses and interfaces for advanced monitoring. They facilitate the integration of various systems within a factory, including production lines, HVAC systems, lighting, and safety mechanisms. By providing centralized control and real-time data on factory operations, control panels enhance operational efficiency, safety, and reliability, ensuring that machinery operates within specified parameters for optimal performance.
  • What Article of the NEC is Industrial Control Panels?
    Industrial control panels fall under Article 409 of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Article 409 provides the standards and requirements for the installation and construction of industrial control panels. It outlines the specific safety measures, electrical specifications, and labeling requirements to ensure that these panels are installed in a manner that minimizes electrical hazards. This article is crucial for manufacturers, installers, and inspectors, as it ensures that control panels meet rigorous safety standards to protect factory workers and equipment from electrical risks. Compliance with Article 409 is essential for the legal installation of industrial control panels in industrial settings, contributing to overall workplace safety and operational efficiency.
  • How to Maintain Your Industrial Control Panel for Longevity?
    Maintaining your industrial control panel is crucial for ensuring its longevity and optimal performance. Regular maintenance involves several key practices: Routine Inspections: Schedule periodic inspections to check for wiring issues, component wear and tear, and environmental factors like dust and moisture that can affect the panel's operation. Cleaning: Keep the control panel clean and free from dust and debris, which can cause overheating and electrical faults. Use appropriate cleaning agents and methods to avoid damage. Temperature Control: Ensure the control panel operates within its recommended temperature range. Install cooling systems if necessary to prevent overheating. Software Updates: Regularly update the panel's software to enhance functionality, fix bugs, and improve security features. Professional Calibration: Have professionals calibrate sensors and instruments within the control panel periodically to ensure accurate readings and operations. Documentation and Records: Maintain detailed records of all maintenance activities, inspections, and repairs for future reference.
  • Can Industrial Control Panels be Customized for Specific Processes?
    Yes, industrial control panels can be extensively customized to meet the specific needs of various processes. Customization can range from simple modifications, like adjusting the layout for better ergonomics, to integrating advanced control algorithms for complex operations. This includes selecting the type of controllers, the configuration of input/output interfaces, communication protocols for integration with other systems, and software customization for unique automation requirements. Customized control panels offer the flexibility to optimize processes, improve efficiency, and reduce operational costs, making them a vital tool in modern manufacturing.
  • What Safety Standards Apply to Industrial Control Panels?
    Industrial control panels must comply with several safety standards to ensure they are safe for use in manufacturing environments. Key standards include: NFPA 70 (National Electrical Code or NEC), Article 409: Governs the installation and construction of control panels. UL 508A: Standard for Industrial Control Panels, which covers the construction and testing to manage risks of fire and electric shock. IEC 60204-1: International standard that provides requirements for electrical equipment of machines, including safety considerations. OSHA regulations: Ensure workplace safety, including the proper use and installation of industrial control panels to minimize occupational hazards. Compliance with these standards ensures that control panels are safe, reliable, and efficient, protecting both operators and equipment.
  • How Do Industrial Control Panels Fit into the Framework of Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing?
    Industrial control panels are integral to the framework of Industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing, serving as the interface between digital technologies and physical production processes. They enable: Real-time Data Analysis: Collecting and analyzing data from various sources for predictive maintenance, process optimization, and real-time decision-making. Connectivity: Integrating with IoT devices and systems for enhanced communication and control capabilities across the manufacturing ecosystem. Automation and Robotics: Facilitating advanced automation solutions and robotics integration for increased efficiency and flexibility. Customization and Flexibility: Adapting quickly to changes in production requirements or product customization needs through programmable controls and software. Energy Efficiency: Monitoring and optimizing energy use to reduce costs and environmental impact. By embracing these capabilities, industrial control panels play a pivotal role in achieving the high levels of automation, efficiency, and data integration required for Industry 4.0 and beyond.
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