Eaton Corporation develops products and systems for managing electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical power. It offers aerospace actuators and motion control; wiring devices and connectivity; vehicle control, automation, and power management; server racks, enclosures, and airflow management; safety, security, and emergency communications; process safety, automation, and measurement; low voltage and medium voltage power distribution and control; lighting and controls; electrical circuit protection; steering and support; transmission; differentials and traction control; and backup power, ups, surge, and IT power distribution systems, as well as clutches and brakes, conduit, cable, wire management products, cylinders, ducting solutions, electronic components, enclosures, engine and filtration solutions, ergonomic furniture, hoses, tubing, fittings, connectors, hydraulic power units and heat exchangers, motors and generators, valves, pumps, utility and grid solutions, and other products. The company also provides ducting, engine seal, and hydraulic cylinder repair; electrical; filtration lab and pilot plant; furniture installation; hydraulic application and commercial engineering; hydraulic fluid analysis and global test; lighting and controls; power system studies and design engineering; power systems automation; seismic engineering; UPS and battery; and vehicle contract manufacturing, engineering, and research and development services. It serves aerospace, buildings, data center, food and beverage, government and military, healthcare, machine building, oil and gas, rail, utilities, and vehicles, as well as mining, metals, and minerals markets. Eaton Corporation was formerly known as Eaton Yale & Towne Inc. and changed its name to Eaton Corporation in April 1971. The company was founded in 1911 and is based in Cleveland, Ohio. Eaton Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Eaton Corporation plc.