Dalton Electrical specialises in machinery automation and can provide a turn-key solution to meet your requirements. Our design engineers are skilled at PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) program design on a wide variety of different PLC brands. They can also install SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) software to give you a full view of your process or plant, including important historical or real-time information from your PC. With remote access systems available, Dalton Electrical can easily support your system wherever it is in Auckland, or across the Country.


Dalton Electrical can provide skilled electrical engineering services to control your process or plant. Full CAD drawings are provided to ensure that the system is easy to service and modify in the future.

Daltons can also design and produce PCB layouts, and 3D mechanical drawings.


Dalton Electrical employs technicians whom are experts on PC, PLC, HMI, and Vision System programming. Supported brands include (but are not limited to):

  • Allen Bradley (Rockwell)
  • Siemens
  • Omron
  • Schneider
  • Fuji
  • Unitronics
  • National Instruments LabVIEW



Dalton Electrical builds its control panels with the same high standards it applies to all work. All control wiring is ferruled and numbered, all components are labelled and full drawings are provided. These measures help maximise the lifespan of your new system and make fault-finding quicker and easier in the future.


Our service team can provide 24 hour, 365 days of the year back up services to all equipment, either via a remote connection, or by visiting site.

Motion Control

Specialist applications with VSD, Stepper, or Servo control.

Dalton Electrical has experience across a wide range of Integrated, or stand alone Servo systems; Rockwell Kinetix & Powerflex 527, Omron 1S, Siemens Simotion, SEW MDX, Baldor Flex, and others.



Dalton Electrical technicians have a wide range of skills across many industries, so if you have a mechanically sound machine with aging or unsupported electrical components, it is usually worth while to re-automate with new control gear. Machine reliability is greatly increased, and often speed or product throughput can be increased also.



Machine Panel Before & After Being Re-Automated