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  • Software for Programmable Automation Controllers (.pdf)
    This white paper explores some important features of programming software for a programmable automation controller (PAC).
  • Understanding Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs) in Industrial Automation (.pdf)
    This white paper describes the advent of the programmable automation controller (PAC) and its use in modern industrial applications.
  • Increasing Productivity With Programmable Automation Controllers (.pdf)
    As OEMs and end users face the complexities involved in integrat¬ing today's modern production environments and the escalating pressure to increase productivity, the power of their control sys¬tems can be a competitive differentiator. Control systems today must interface with much more than simple
  • Integrated Next Generation Motion Control with GE Programmable Automation Controllers (.pdf)
    The explosion of new products and increasing customer expectations requires OEMs to provide better flexibility, reliability, openness, and performance for their manufacturing and production customers. Maximizing productivity and performance is imperative to success and is driving OEMs to adopt and
  • Programmable safety begets new standards
    Safety-integrity levels spelled out in European standards increasingly impact equipment designers in the U.S. Hard-wired electromechanical components were the only option for machine-safety systems in the U.S. until 2002. Standards banned programmable logic controllers (PLCs) from use in safety
  • Redefining Process Automation
    in general process plants with an automation solution that fits their applications better than programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and costs less than traditional distributed control systems (DCSs). System input/output modules combine flexibility, high capability and ruggedness at a low price point
  • Automation's Double-Edged Sword
    of programmable logic controllers like Schneiders' is that they are easy to program--or re-program, " notes Stelex-TVG's Matlis. "That strength becomes a weakness when a reprogramming requires the appropriate level of authority, and when it could necessitate a revalidation of the control system. " Adds Mark
  • Redefining Process Automation
    Not so long ago, the typical pharmaceutical facility might have employed a distributed control system (DCS) for batch process control tasks as well as a variety of stand-alone programmable logic controllers (PLCs) for controlling individual machines. They didn't much talk with each other

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