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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?
  • Classification Standard of PLC
    (1) Number of input and output points: According to the number of input and output points supported by PLC, it can be divided into small PLC, medium PLC and large PLC. Generally speaking, small PLCs have fewer input and output points and are suitable for simple control tasks; while large PLCs have
  • Meanings of the PLC Indicators
    (1) RUN indicator light: Indicates that the PLC is running. If the RUN indicator is off, it means that the PLC has not started normally or has a fault. (2) ERR indicator light: Indicates that an error has occurred in the PLC, and corresponding troubleshooting and maintenance are required. (3) PWR
  • Data Processing Capability of PLC
    PLCs of different models and specifications have different processing capabilities. High-end PLCs are usually equipped with more powerful processors and larger memory capacity, capable of handling more complex control logic and more data.
  • Combined Machine Tool by PLC
    Of course, the use of PLC control for combined machine tools has become a major trend in modern manufacturing.

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