At Crider Consulting, we are here to help you solve those pesky issues that have been reducing productivity or holding your business back. Whether it’s equipment that is not functioning correctly, an IT problem, or the need for something new, contact us to see how we can assist. 

What We Do

Technical Gap Support

We offer Gap/Surge support to companies for technical positions. If your company needs:

  • Temporary assistance while looking for that perfect employee,
  • Additional help for a surge in work, or
  • Additional expertise, for a limited time.

Crider Consulting is here to assist.

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Need a test fixture, wiring harness, or an electronic circuit designed or built? Have an idea for a new product that we can help you take to proof-of-concept? We would be happy to speak with you to see how we can help.

*Battery not included

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Portable Power Supply

Supply up to 36VDC at 80W anywhere using your existing cordless tool battery. No wall power required. Great for outdoor use, Field Service Reps, Hobbyists, etc.
Available for:

  • Dewalt 20V Max
  • Milwaukee M18
  • Milwaukee M12
  • Makita 18V LTX
  • Ridgid 18V
  • Hyper 18V
  • AEG 18V


Who We Serve

Everyone from large to small businesses to home offices or homeowners in Rockingham Country, VA and surrounding areas


Over twenty years experience in a wide range of areas. Designing, drawing, building, installing, and/or troubleshooting of electrical interconnect solutions, proprietary automation and control systems, test apparatus, aviation electronics, power and control systems, networks, and more. 

Latest Blog Posts

  • Step 6: Troubleshooting Overview
    ”The Jim Sweet patented swiping action.”
  • Step 5: Troubleshooting Overview
    Now that you have determined that you are looking at the right equipment, its time to do a deeper dive into the inner workings of the equipment.
  • Step 4: Troubleshooting Overview
    You need to do everything that you can to verify that the issue is actually with the equipment that you are analyzing.
  • Step 3: Troubleshooting Overview
    So now we know what the “black box” is supposed to do and which outputs are not correct, the next step is to start diving into the inner working of the system.
  • Step 2: Troubleshooting Overview
    Now that you understand what the input(s) and output(s) are, and what they are supposed to look like, you can compare the expected output(s) to the current output(s) for the current input(s).

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Crider Consulting
Rockingham County, Virginia
(540) 421-6136