Farnell now shipping Omega’s complete range of products from stock

Farnell, an Avnet Company and global distributor of electronic components, products and solutions, has signed an exclusive agreement with Omega to become the only high service distributor to stock its full product portfolio. Omega’s complete range of sensing, control and monitoring products for factory automation and Industry 4.0 are now available for fast delivery from Farnell.

Omega’s portfolio adds 620 new products to Farnell’s always expanding inventory, including power supplies, sensors and transducers, switches and relays, transformers, electrical, cooling and thermal management components, enclosures, panel displays and instrumentation, cables, connectors and much more. Customers will also benefit from no minimum order quantity across the Omega range.

Omega is an established global leader in technical product manufacturing, offering more than 100,000 state-of-the-art products for the process sensing, measurement, control and monitoring of temperature, humidity, pressure, strain, force, flow, level, pH and conductivity. Omega helps customers in aerospace, automotive, wireless, test and measurement, process control and power monitoring to connect their systems.

Mike King, Product Segment Leader at Farnell, said: “We are very pleased to be appointed as the exclusive distributor of Omega’s fast-growing range of sensing and monitoring technology products. Investment in process automation and Industry 4.0 is critical to the growth of our economy, and Farnell customers can now buy all of their Omega products from a single source with fast delivery options.”

Customers can now buy the full range of Omega products, available for fast delivery, from Farnell in EMEA and element14 in APAC.

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