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Last €64.85 EUR
Change Today -0.60 / -0.91%
Volume 70.0
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eaton corp plc (3EC) Snapshot

Open
€64.30
Previous Close
€65.45
Day High
€65.65
Day Low
€63.22
52 Week High
05/26/15 - €68.64
52 Week Low
10/14/14 - €44.73
Market Cap
30.3B
Average Volume 10 Days
114.0
EPS TTM
--
Shares Outstanding
467.1M
EX-Date
04/30/15
P/E TM
--
Dividend
€2.19
Dividend Yield
2.70%
Current Stock Chart for EATON CORP PLC (3EC)

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eaton corp plc (3EC) Details

Eaton Corporation plc operates as a power management company worldwide. Its Electrical Products segment offers electrical components, industrial components, residential products, wiring devices, and structural support systems, as well as single phase power quality, emergency lighting, fire detection, circuit protection, and lighting products. The company’s Electrical Systems and Services segment provides power distribution and assemblies, three phase power quality products, hazardous duty electrical equipment, intrinsically safe explosion-proof instrumentation, utility power distribution products, power reliability equipment, and services. The Hydraulics segment offers a range of power products; controls and sensing products; fluid conveyance products; thermoplastic hoses and tubings, couplings, connectors, and assembly equipment; filtration systems solutions; industrial drum and disc brakes; and golf grips. The Aerospace segment provides hydraulic power generation systems, controls and sensing products, fluid conveyance products, and fuel systems for commercial and military use. The Vehicle segment designs, manufactures, markets, and supplies drivetrain and powertrain systems, and critical components that reduce emissions and enhance fuel economy, stability, performance, and safety of cars, light trucks, and commercial vehicles. It serves the industrial, institutional, governmental, utility, commercial, residential, and information technology markets; oil and gas, renewable energy, marine, agriculture, construction, mining, forestry, utility, material handling, truck and bus, machine tools, molding, primary metals, and power generation markets; manufacturers of commercial and military aircraft, and related after-market customers; and original equipment manufacturers and aftermarket customers of SUVs, CUVs, passenger cars, and agricultural equipment, as well as heavy-, medium-, and light-duty trucks. The company was founded in 1916 and is based in Dublin, Ireland.

102,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 04/29/15
Founded in 1916

eaton corp plc (3EC) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President ...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.2M
Vice Chairman and Chief Financial & Planning ...
Total Annual Compensation: $768.3K
Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer of ...
Total Annual Compensation: $779.6K
Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer of ...
Total Annual Compensation: $768.5K
Executive Vice President, General Counsel and...
Total Annual Compensation: $562.8K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

eaton corp plc (3EC) Key Developments

Eaton Names Gustavo Cruz as Director of Sales, Automotive North America

Eaton announced that Gustavo Cruz has been named director, Sales, Automotive North America, reporting to Staci Kroon, president, Automotive North America, effective June 1, 2015. Cruz most recently served as general manager, Hydraulics, South America and Mexico, for Eaton. Cruz joined Eaton in 1997 as a line manager in Brazil, was named general manager of Eaton’s Vehicle Group Inoac joint venture from 2008 until 2011, and has held various positions within Eaton and the Vehicle Group in engineering, manufacturing, program management and plant management.

Eaton Corporation Unveils Updated Motorized and Remotely Operated Racking System

Eaton Corporation Plc has unveiled an updated motorized and remotely operated racking system designed to enhance safety for operators of medium voltage metal-clad switchgear. By providing a means to remotely insert or remove drawout circuit breakers and auxiliary drawers used in Eaton metal-clad switchgear, the Motorized Remote Racking (MR2) system is designed to allow for an increase in the distance between an operator and live components to reduce the impacts of arc flash exposure. Arc flash safety is paramount in the design of medium voltage switchgear and Eaton continues to develop equipment designed to minimize arc faults and the effect they may have on personnel and equipment. The updated MR2 system now allows personnel to apply the same functionality to auxiliary components - such as power transformers, current transformers and fuses - up to 30 feet away from the arc flash zone. Remote racking control capabilities can be interfaced with an external hand-held pendant, HMI or ModBus Communications. The system's motor is installed inside the switchgear to prevent the need for lifting and aligning an external motor to the outside of the switchgear, further enhancing safety and productivity. The system is also designed to allow manual racking of circuit breakers and auxiliary drawers if needed. The MR2 has been endurance tested and exceeds the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standard C37.20.2. The system is available for new switchgear installations and can also be retrofitted to existing Eaton metal-clad switchgear.

Eaton Corporation plc Wins Contract to Supply Supercharger for Volvo T6 Drive-E engine

Eaton Corporation Plc has won a contract to supply its twin-vortices supercharger for Volvo T6 Drive-E engine. Volvo's T6 Drive-E powertrain is a 2.0 liter, 4-cylinder, direct-injection engine that combines an Eaton TVS R-410 supercharger with a turbocharger. The supercharger helps the T6 Drive-E perform like a higher displacement engine producing 302 horsepower and 295 lb.-ft. of torque, while maintaining exceptional fuel economy and lower emissions. It is available in the S60 sport sedan and XC60 sport-utility vehicle, and will be available on the all-new XC90 luxury sport-utility vehicle later this year. The engine management electronic control unit (ECU) can engage and disengage the supercharger on the engine using an integrated clutch. This feature supports improved fuel efficiency without compromising other benefits of the supercharger, including vehicle responsiveness and low-rev torque.

 

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