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

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Global Delivery

Special Pricing

Special Pricing

Schneider Altivar 

The Altivar variable speed drives are a lot more than your average inverter. They deliver smart information directly to you so that you can make informed decisions wherever you might be. These Altivar drive will help to increase your businesses efficiency including process and asset optimization, and energy management savings.

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Mitsubishi CS80

The CS80 Inverter Range boasts remarkable performance, allowing you to optimize energy consumption while reducing operational costs. Its user-friendly interface and intuitive controls make it incredibly easy to operate, ensuring seamless integration into your industrial processes.

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Recent blog posts

New Mitsubishi FX5U safety extension modules...

Published on 01/09/20


Mitsubishi Electric has strengthened its compact PLC series with the addition of two new FX5U safety extension modules. The modules allow users to create a compact, integrated safety system by connecting a safety extension module to a PLC...


Condition monitoring system cuts unplanned...

Published on 16/08/20


Avoiding unplanned downtime of rotating machinery is an important tool for improving productivity for manufacturers. Modern VSD have offer a wide range of protective functions to protect both the drive and connected motor. Adding a condition...


Experiences of edge computing driving business...

Published on 04/08/20


It is hardly surprising that the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing manufacturing and impacting on business continuity. The digitisation of industrial processes means that previously inaccessible data is now collected, stored and analysed. But...