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Foxboro, Division of Schneider Electric
(Division of Schneider Electric)
508 543 8750
508 549 4999 (fax)
Foxboro directly at
543-8750 in Foxboro, Massachusetts.
Schneider Electric is an
international company focused on the use of technologies to address the
worldwide issue of energy. The
company’s primary market has consisted of electrical utilities, water
& waste treatment plants, public-sector infrastructure, oil & gas,
acquired their ownership of Foxboro Company when they acquired Foxboro’s
parent company, Invensys, in February 2014.
Foxboro is a good fit within the Schneider structure as they are
manufacturers of quality process measurement instruments that are intended
to function within sophisticated device networks.
This is an important characteristic for Schneider as they seek to
expand their native product portfolio and thus the total value proposition
they can offer both new and existing customers.
Foxboro has brought with them an industrial customer base that
Schneider can now more adequately address than before. Their product lines include flow and pressure instrumentation,
including vortex, magnetic, and Coriolis flowmeters.
Foxboro offers plant automation systems,
flowmeters, single-loop controllers, and a variety of product support
services. The company also offers level,
pressure, and temperature instruments as well as a nuclear magnetic
resonance (NMR) based process analyzer designed for refinery,
petrochemical, food processing, and pulp and paper operations.
The Foxboro Company was founded
in Foxboro, Massachusetts in 1908, and was acquired by Siebe plc of
Windsor, UK, in 1990. In
1999, Siebe merged with BTR to form Invensys plc.
Foxboro is a brand under Invensys Systems, Inc.
Foxboro/Invensys was acquired by Schneider Electric in 2014.
Foxboro is a broad-line
supplier of instrumentation, and has a long-term reputation.
In addition to its line of instrumentation products, the company is
also famous for its I/A series, a distributed control system (DCS) that
was introduced in 1987. Foxboro
has a proprietary protocol it calls FoxCom, although now many of its
instrumentation products are delivered with the HART protocol.
more information on market research on flow and instrumentation, go to www.flowresearch.com.
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