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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 are the three types of switchgear?
    There are several types of switchgear, but three commonly recognized types are: Low Voltage Switchgear: This type of switchgear is designed to operate at voltage levels typically up to 1,000 volts AC (alternating current) or 1,500 volts DC (direct current). It is commonly used in residential, commercial, and industrial applications to control and protect electrical equipment in low voltage distribution systems. Medium Voltage Switchgear: Medium voltage switchgear is designed to operate at voltage levels ranging from 1,000 to 35,000 volts AC. It is commonly used in power distribution networks, industrial plants, and large commercial buildings. Medium voltage switchgear typically includes circuit breakers, disconnect switches, and protective relays to ensure the safe operation of electrical systems. High Voltage Switchgear: High voltage switchgear is designed to operate at voltage levels above 35,000 volts AC. It is used in electric power transmission and distribution systems, as well as in large industrial plants. High voltage switchgear includes circuit breakers, disconnect switches, instrument transformers, and protective relays to control and protect electrical equipment operating at high voltage levels. These three types of switchgear are distinguished by the voltage levels they can handle, with low voltage switchgear being the lowest range, followed by medium voltage and high voltage switchgear.
  • What is the most common type of switchgear?
    The four most common types of switchgear are: Air Insulated Switchgear (AIS): This type of switchgear uses air as the primary insulation medium. It is commonly used in low voltage and medium voltage applications, such as residential, commercial, and small-scale industrial installations. AIS switchgear is relatively simple in design and is cost-effective for lower voltage levels. Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS): GIS utilizes sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) gas as the insulation medium. It is widely used in medium and high voltage applications, such as substations, power plants, and large industrial complexes. GIS offers compactness, enhanced reliability, and better protection against environmental factors, making it suitable for installations with limited space. Hybrid Switchgear: Hybrid switchgear combines the advantages of both AIS and GIS technologies. It incorporates a mixture of insulation mediums, such as air, gas, and solid insulation materials, to optimize performance and reduce costs. Hybrid switchgear is often used in medium voltage applications where space constraints or environmental considerations exist. Vacuum Insulated Switchgear (VIG): VIG uses vacuum as the insulation medium, providing a high dielectric strength. It is commonly employed in medium and high voltage applications, such as power distribution systems, industrial plants, and renewable energy installations. VIG switchgear offers excellent electrical performance, low maintenance requirements, and is environmentally friendly due to the absence of SF6 gas. These four types of switchgear cover a wide range of voltage levels and application scenarios, ensuring the reliable and efficient operation of electrical systems in various settings.
  • What is the difference between switchboard and panelboard?
    While switchboards and panelboards serve similar purposes in power distribution systems, they are not the same. Here's a brief explanation of the difference between the two: Switchboards: A switchboard is an electrical distribution board that contains switches, circuit breakers, and other control devices. It serves as a central hub for controlling and distributing power to various circuits in a building or facility. Switchboards are typically used for high-power applications, such as industrial settings or large commercial buildings. They provide a means to monitor, protect, and control the flow of electricity to different areas or equipment within a facility. Panelboards: A panelboard, on the other hand, is a component of a switchboard or can be a standalone unit. It is a distribution board that houses circuit breakers or fuses, along with other electrical components, such as meters or surge protectors. Panelboards are usually used in residential, commercial, or small-scale industrial applications. They distribute power from a main electrical service to individual circuits within a building, controlling the flow of electricity and protecting against overloads or faults. While both switchboards and panelboards play a role in power distribution, switchboards are typically larger, more complex, and used for high-power applications, while panelboards are smaller, more standardized, and used for lower power requirements in residential and smaller commercial settings.
  • Is a switchgear the same as a breaker?
    Switchgear and breakers are not the same, although they are related components in electrical systems. Here's an explanation of the difference between switchgear and breakers: Switchgear: Switchgear refers to a collection of electrical devices, such as switches, fuses, circuit breakers, and other protective devices, that are grouped together and housed in a single enclosure. The primary function of switchgear is to control, protect, and isolate electrical circuits or equipment. It provides a means to manually or automatically control the flow of electrical power, detect faults, and disconnect circuits when necessary. Switchgear is commonly used in power generation, transmission, and distribution systems, as well as in industrial and commercial settings. Circuit Breakers: Circuit breakers are specific devices within switchgear that are designed to protect electrical circuits from overcurrents, short circuits, and other electrical faults. They are automatic switches that can interrupt the flow of electrical current in a circuit when a fault is detected. Circuit breakers are installed to ensure the safety of the electrical system and the connected equipment by preventing damage from excessive current flow. They are available in various types, such as thermal-magnetic, magnetic, or electronic, depending on the application and the level of protection required. Switchgear is a broader term that encompasses various devices, including circuit breakers. Circuit breakers are a specific type of device within switchgear that provide protection by interrupting the electrical current in the event of a fault.
  • What is the difference between 240V and 480V?
    The difference between 240V and 480V lies in the voltage level of the electrical power supply. Here's an explanation of each: 240V: 240V refers to a voltage level of 240 volts. It is a common residential voltage used in many countries for supplying power to households. In a typical residential electrical system, 240V is delivered as split-phase power, where two 120V phases are combined to provide 240V. This voltage level is used to power various household appliances, lighting, and outlets. It is important to note that the actual voltage level can vary slightly depending on the specific electrical system and country. 480V: 480V refers to a voltage level of 480 volts. It is commonly used in commercial, industrial, and larger-scale electrical systems. This higher voltage level allows for the efficient transmission and distribution of power over longer distances and the operation of heavy machinery, motors, and equipment that require more power. 480V systems are typically three-phase systems, meaning they consist of three conductors carrying alternating currents, each phase separated by 120 electrical degrees. In summary, 240V is a lower voltage level primarily used in residential applications, while 480V is a higher voltage level commonly used in commercial, industrial, and larger-scale electrical systems. The specific voltage levels and applications may vary depending on the country and electrical standards.
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