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  • History of the PLC
    The PLC or Programmable Logic Controller has revolutionized the automation industry. Today PLCs can be found in everything from factory equipment to vending machines, but prior to New Year's Day 1968 the programmable controller didn't even exist. Instead what existed was a unique set of challenges
  • What is a PLC?
    A Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) is a computer designed to operate reliably under harsh industrial environments such as extreme temperatures, wet, dry, and/or dusty conditions. PLCs are used to automate industrial processes such as a manufacturing plant's assembly line, an ore processing plant
  • Industrial PLC Motor Control
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  • Mainstream PLC CPU comparison
    Have you ever wondered what is the frequency of the CPU used by the PLC?
  • Key Components of a Soft PLC
    A Soft PLC is software that enables you to transform a conventional PC into an industrial programmable logic controller. By using the a Soft PLC, industrial automation engineers can efficiently manage and deploy robotics controller applications that execute such functions as motion control
  • Understanding Software PLC Systems
    The software PLC (soft PLC) was introduced with the aim of enhancing interoperability and compatibility among various industrial systems and products. It is a digital computer that facilitates electromechanical process automation, and a control mechanism that is used to enhance production lines
  • Can Codesys be used on PLCs
    CANopen is a control bus with one master and multiple slaves, and PLC can play the role of master controller in it. Compared with other field buses, the most prominent feature of CANopen is low communication delay and high reliability. Therefore, for some projects with high control safety
  • What Are the Components of PLC
    PLC is a programmable logic controller. At present, it is mainly divided into two categories: integral PLC and extended PLC. Whether it is integral or extended, there are actually only a few components, including: 1. The central processing unit, usually called CPU, is the brain of the entire PLC

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