Electrification and Controls Manufacturers Association (ECMA) members are the Industry’s leading suppliers of electrification and controlling devices. They supply solutions worldwide and in virtually every major manufacturing and distribution sector.
Devices that control, service and enhance productivity of industrial handling including:
The Mission of the Electrification and Controls Manufacturers Association is to:
ECMA members meet regularly to education and promotion of electrification and controlling technology. ECMA Programs include:
The specifications and information contained in this standard apply to cable-less controls for electric overhead traveling cranes. Cable-less controls are also referred to as wireless or remote controls. The specifications in this standard are general in nature. Other and more detailed specifications may be agreed upon between the purchaser and the manufacturer to suit each specific installation.
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Education & Professional Development
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2014-2015 Scholarship Recipient
John Michael Miller, University of Arkansas
Electrification and Controls Manufacturers Association Honor Scholarship
ECMA contributes money yearly to the Material Handling Education Foundation Inc. to supply money for a scholarship. The Material Handling Education Foundation, Inc. was established in 1976 as an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging and supporting material handling education.
The Foundation offers a variety of scholarships to students pursuing an education in material handling. These scholarships are grouped into three types of funds: Company Funds, Named Scholarship Funds and Material Handling Industry Product Section/Trade Association Funds. Contributors can choose a particular fund or an individual scholarship. The affairs of the Foundation are administered at the offices of MHI.
For more information on how you can participate in the efforts of the Foundation, please contact Donna Varner, Sr. Executive Administrator at 704-676-1190 or dvarner[at]mhi[dot]org.
|Radio Controls - Making a Reliable Connection|
Sponsored by Electrification and Controls Manufacturers Association (ECMA)
Increased safety and efficiency are benefits that can be realized when a radio control system is properly planned for and correctly installed. From choosing the best frequency range at your location to insuring that the final installation is correct, there are many challenges unique to each facility that play a factor in a radio control system's ability to maintain its integrity.