Saelig Company, Inc. is a New York State corporation operating as a Sales and Marketing Agent and Distributor for more than 100 manufacturers from all over the world. Founded in 1988 by AlanLowne, Saelig has earned a growing reputation for having notable products not found elsewhere. “Saelig” is an Olde English word which means “happy, prosperous, blessed”. We sell and support a wide range of electronic control and instrumentation equipment and components to customers ranging from Fortune 500 industrial users, military, educational institutions and hospitals to individual end-users. Our sales and distribution center is located 300 miles NW of New York City near Rochester, NY.
Critical factors in our company’s success are:
Unique, in-demand products
We’ve found remarkable test equipment and components from around the world with specs or prices you won’t find anywhere else: entry-level up to premium specification economical oscilloscopes, PC and RF spectrum analyzers, USB and Logic analyzers, Waveform Generators, Digital Pattern Generators, pure RF sources, DMMs, wireless and wired data-loggers, test equipment, SPI/I2C controllers, Touch-Sense, Ethernet and USB ICs and modules, CANbus and motor control boards, high-reliability industrial and Touch-panel PCs, wireless and I/O control, Ethernet-serial/USB-serial/RS232-485, software, EMI tents and enclosures, etc.
Our company's mission is to find, and successfully promote, unique OEM electronics products sourced from around the world, so that our customers, suppliers, and staff will be “happy, prosperous, and blessed”.
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