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Programmable Controllers Category

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Programmable Controllers

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  • Honeywell Process Solutions

    Honeywell offers a variety of controllers, indicators and programmers. Selection of microprocessor-based controllers include DC1000, UDC100, UDC1200, UDC1700, UDC2500, UDC3200 and UDC3500. Selection of microprocessor-based programmers/controllers include DCP50, DCP100, DCP200, DCP300, DCP550, and IPC5000. The UDC700 and UDI1700 are indicators available by Honeywell.

  • Allen-Bradley

    Allen-Bradley makes programmable controllers such as PLCs, for I/O control, report generation, arithmetic, communication, and more; automation controllers which merge PC-based and PLC architecture as well as offering scalability and application portability in an open modular architecture; and safety controllers for the safety parts of your machine control system.
    Charlotte
    State: NC
  • ABB

    ABB provides programmable logic controllers including scalable models, and uses protocols including devicenet, can open, Profibus, Modbus RTU, and more.
  • B&B Electronics

    B&B Electronics sells programmable logic controllers designed for speed, while paying mind to your space concerns, featuring 32-bit data processing, use with up to 512 inputs and outputs, and embedded 100kHz HSC & Pulse outputs as well as a maximum of seven communication ports.

  • Divelbiss

    Divelbiss offers several programmable logic controllers including a harsh environment controller, universal control panels with HMI, plug-in PLCs, and PCS controllers (din-rail mountable with analog inputs and outputs).
  • Eaton/Moeller

    Eaton makes PLCs in four styles, 10 I/O, 12 I/O, 14 I/O, and 12 I/O with high speed relays, and come in different combinations of interrupts, a large selection of analog in/out, combined, thermocouple RTD, and platinum, and over 240 instructions such as floating point math, hex, communications, octal, and more.

  • GE Intelligent Platforms

    GE Intelligent Platforms programmable logic controllers including their Durus line, available in AC and DC models, with 8 amp relay outputs (isolated), support for Profibus Slave, Modbus Slave, and DeviceNet Slave, and an LCD backlit display.

  • Omron

    Omron's programmable controllers include those that are for small-scale equipment up to handing entire production lines. Their units feature analog I/O, temperature sensor inputs, motion control capabilities, high performance, and high speed.

  • Idec

    IDEC makes nano PLCs and Micro PLCs, such as the MicroSmart Pentra, which offers fast processing speed, 16 bit analog resolution, supports up to 512 I/Os, up to seven communication ports, and supports 32-bit data and floating point match.

  • Keyence

    Keyence offers programmable logic controllers such as their Visual KV model series which feature many expansion options, easy to use access Window, 10-µs interrupt and 30-kHz high-speed counters, and a built in AC power supply.

  • Ringdale

    Ringdale makes a network and web-managed PLC, with 16 inputs and eight outputs, flash programmable, and a power supply and battery charger that can keep the controller running fully for up to eight days.
  • Schneider Electric

    Schneider Electric makes several models of PLCs that can use ModBus Plus, ProfiBus, have variable numbers of inputs and outputs, a PC card that can turn a PC into a PLC, and much more.

  • Toshiba

    Toshiba makes small PLCs and Micro PLCs, which are expandable and feature pulse/PWM output for 4k data registers, large memory, 8k program, stepper motor control, and 256 timers & counters, ASCII message storage, and uses a stored program cyclic scan system.

  • Flexicon

    Flexicon makes digital programmable controls including relays and controllers, with easy to operate interfaces such as HMI and push buttons, touch screens, and more as well as NEMA 4 and 7/9 control panels.
  • Panasonic Electric Works

    Panasonic makes many programmable logic controllers including compact impulse controllers, ultra-slim models, nano rack models, and panel mount models.

  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi makes programmable logic controllers including safety PLCs and modular PLCs. Their safety controllers are scalable for any need from a single machine to an entire production line and requires no special programming techniques.

  • IMO Precision Controls

    IMO offers PLCs in various models, including compact modular PLCs with high speed scan time and up to 80 direct I/O as well as compact rack PLCs with up to 384 direct I/Os, capable of being expanded for analog inputs and outputs, comms, and Fieldbus.
  • Advantech

    Advantech makes programmable automation controllers that support 5 standard IEC 61131-3 programming languages in WinCE5.0 as well as optional HMI software.
    Fremont
    State: CA
  • Control Technology Corp

    Control Technology Group offers PLCs including small self-contained systems to large networked systems that utilize thousands of I/Os, and can be used for integrating I/O, user interfaces, and servo/stepper motors.

  • National Instruments

    National Instruments makes programmable automation controllers for use in communication, data logging, advanced control, and signal processing with motion, rugged hardware performing motion, process control, vision, and logic functions.

    Austin
    State: TX