PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers)
Over the past years we have successfully completed projects from small to multi million rand automation projects using the following platforms. Service include but are not limited to changing or adding equipment to existing system, upgrading out of date PLC and also green field projects.
- S7-300, S7-400, S7-1200 and fully redundant systems S7-400H Range including both Step 7 and TIA software.
- Rockwell (Allan Bradley)
- Micro, Nano, PLC-5, CompactLogix and ControlLogix Ranges utilizing RSLOGIX 5000, 500 and 5 software.
- Modicon Quantum, Premium, M340 and Momentum as well as Advantys STB utilizing Concept, PL7-Pro and Unity software.
- Micro PLC, CJ1, CS1 utilizing CX-one and CX programmer software.
- A-series, FX series and Q Series utilizing Melsoft and GX developer software.
- A programmable automation controller (PAC) is a compact controller that combines the features and capabilities of a PC-based control system with that of a typical programmable logic controller (PLC).
- PACs are most often used in industrial settings for process control, data acquisition, remote equipment monitoring, machine vision, and motion control.
- Additionally, because they function and communicate over popular network interface protocols like TCP/IP, OLE for process control (OPC) and SMTP, PACs are able to
transfer data from the machines they control to other machines and components in a networked control system or to application software and databases.
- Rugged and Reconfigurable Control and Monitoring System
- NI CompactRIO combines an open embedded architecture with small size, extreme ruggedness, hot-swappable industrial I/O modules, and is powered by the NI LabVIEW reconfigurable I/O (RIO) architecture.