Welcome to 999 Automation

Factory Automation, Industrial Control and more

999 Automation is Europe’s fastest-growing on-line specialist industrial automation supplier. 999 Automation provides 24 hour availability from UK stock of control and automation products from 50 manufacturers including Schneider Electric, Mitsubishi Electric, Omron, Sick, SMC and many more. From controllers to connectors, from robots to relays 999 Automation solutions from the market leaders.

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Technical Support

Worldwide Delivery

Global Delivery

Special Pricing

Special Pricing

New Range

The Schneider Electric Acti 9 iC60 Range offers absolute safety of circuit protection with VisiSafe and greater continuity of service with VisiTrip. It is easy to install with quick, ergonomic & safe IP20B terminal shutters & robust connections. Find the right part for you.

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Special Offer

The Mitsubishi GX Works3 engineering software is sometimes considered a fundamental part of the control system in addition to the hardware components. We have the GX Works3 on special offer for a limited time, save a massive £960.00 today.

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Recent blog posts

Secure open source building...

Published on 20/11/18

Building Automation Control

We are expecting to use more electricity in buildings as designers plan for a low carbon economy. While electricity demand will increase, so too will prices as we continue to fund green production. Secure open source building automation will help...

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Building IoT connectivity...

Published on 13/11/18

Building IoT connectivity

With the focus of IoT and IIoT centred around manufacturing, it is easy to forget IoT connectivity in buildings. According to a Schneider Electric white paper, everyone has a stake in optimizing power system management of buildings. One reason...

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ABB drive provides its own PLC

Published on 06/11/18

ABB Drives

PLCs are popular in plant and machine automation because of their flexibility and reliability. In normal operation, PLCs are unlikely to fail, and it is possible to run a backup PLC if required. But how far do you go in backing up a reliable PLC control system?

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