DAANET is the authorised Australian distributor for Bernecker & Rainer (B&R) Automation products, IDEM Safety Switches and Secomea's secure remote communications solutions.
Daanet was formed in 2003 by the then Australian Rockwell Automation Distributors cooperating to represent industrial automation products to complement their existing range. Your local Daanet distributor is therefore probably well known to you already. With nearly 20 Daanet distributors covering all states (in capital cities as well as regional centres), Daanet members are capable of personally evaluating your network, safety and automation needs, and providing expert advice in product selection.
September 2003. Daanet registered as a business, appointed Australian distributor (ex WA) of Hirschmann Industrial Ethernet.
May 2009. IDEM Safety Switches of the UK were introduced to Australia through Daanet. IDEM's safety switches include tongue interlocks, solenoid locking switches, safety limits, non-contact and rope pull switches. The most recent product development is a range of stainless steel interlock switches.
July 2009. Austrian Automation vendor Bernecker & Rainer (B&R) appointed Daanet as its distributor for Australia and New Zealand. With a comprehensive automation product range including PLC, Soft Control, Modular I/O, HMI, Safety and Servo Control, B&R offer a high performance, cost effective and superbly reliable automation platform.
November 2011. Daanet appointed Ellisco as New Zealand distributor for the whole range of Daanet products.
March 2012. One more exciting brand added to the Daanet range - Secomea Secure Remote Communications.
April 2013. Daanet continues to grow and increase its and its products presence within Australia and New Zealand.
July 2015. Daanet relinquished the AUER Signal distribution rights in Australia.
November 2018. Daanet adds Pheonix Contact and S-Tech Lighting to its lineup of products
Control Information Connectivity - Our Slogan
DAANET's Slogan - Control Information Connectivity - represents the focus of the business, in connecting users of plant controls information, with due recognition to the demanding real-time delivery requirements of high-speed processes and networks, in an environment where operational safety is paramount.