PLC

PLC

PLC, an abbreviation for programmable logic controller, is an industrial controller for factory process automation. The PLC function can vary from simple to complex, allowing control of different   electro-mechanical and analogue processes.

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We understand most processes and can help you improve yours for manufacturing and all automation of environmental tasks. You can customise your systems by choosing the correct PLC model.

PLCs have the ability to control an entire plant, including most of the machinery in your plant. They are also low maintenance, low in initial cost and are available in modular or rack designs.

PLC control is built around various criteria such as analogue and digital inputs, analogue and digital outputs, the CPU and data communication for logging and process visualisation.

The fact that PLCs can range from phone sized to large rack-mounted systems is telling. PLCs have become important contributors to the level of efficiency on which systems and businesses function.

All of our PLCs can be programmed in a number of different IEC programming languages, the most popular one being ladder logic.

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PLCs also enable Scada and HMI systems to function at a high level.

Scada systems allow the extraction of vast amounts of information from the production process and allow remote access to automated processes within a plant. Scada is also of benefit in that it can interact with sensors, pumps and valves via the PLC and HMI software itself.

The HMI connects an individual to the machine software, making it easier to track and monitor. It also makes it easier in the sense that it gives immediate access to the machine. It makes the industrial process far simpler, easier to understand and much more efficient.

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