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* MICREX-F80H/120H Series
Name Type
Processor module FPU080H-A10
FPU080H-G02
FPU080H-G10
FPU080H-A10N
FPU080H-G02N
FPU080H-G10N
FPU120H-A10
FPU120H-G02
FPU120H-G10
FPU120H-A10N
FPU120H-G02N
FPU120H-G10N
Base unit FSB084H
FSB086H
FSB088H
FSB110H
FSB080H
FSB080H-S
FSB124H
FSB126H
FSB128H
FSB120H
FSB156S-2
FSB154S-4
* FTL, FDL module
Name Type
FTL010H-A10
FTL010H-G02
FTL T-link FTL010H-G10
Interface module FTL010H-A10N
FTL010H-G02N
FTL010H-G10N
FDL120A-A10
FDL120A-G02
FDL FDL120A-G10
Expansion module FDL120A-A10N
FDL120A-G02N
FDL120A-G10N
Expansion cable FLC120AR2
FLC120AR6
FLC120A1
FLC120A2
FLC120A5
FLC120A10
FLC120A15
FLC120A20
* Digital I/O module
Mame Type
FTU122C
FTU113B
FTU123C
FTU126A
FTU133B
FTU136C
FTU143B
Digital input module FTU150B
(DI) FTU155C
FTU160B
FTU165C
FTU121C
FTU110B
FTU120C
FTU125A
FTU130B
FTU135C
FTU140B
Name Type
FTU216B
FTU260B
FTU263B
FTU266B
FTU221C
FTU222A
FTU210B
Digital output module FTU211B
(DO) FTU215B
FTU216B
FTU223B
FTU226B
FTU233B
FTU240B
FTU245B
FTU250B
FTU257B
FTU262B
FTU267B
Digital output module FTU212B
(DO) FTU213B
with fuse FTU224B
FTU251B
FTU258B
Digital FTU611C
Input / Output
module FTU612A
(DI / DO)
Digital dynamic FTU621B
I/O module (DI/DO)
Terminal relay 16 pts RS16-DE04
* Analog I/O module
Name Type
Analog input module FTU340A
(A/I) FTU341A
FTU342A
FTU343A
FTU344A
Analog output module FTU440A
(A/O) FTU441A
FTU442A
FTU443A
* Function modules
Name Description
High speed FTU500A
counter module FTU502A
Interrupt module FTU520A
Analog timer module FTU610B
FFU120B
RS-232C/RS-485
interface module
T-link slave module FTL650B
Dummy module FTU910A
Remoto Terminal FTM021B
master module FTM101B
Auxiliary power FPS110A-A10
suply module FPS110A-G02
(for I/O signal & load) FPS110A-G10
* I/O capsule
Name Type
FTK113A-C10
FTK123B-C10
FTK133A-C10
FTK143A-C10
Input capsule (DI) FTK150A-C10
FTK160A-C10
FTK110A-C10
FTK120B-C10
FTK130A-C10
FTK140A-C10
FTK261A-C10
FTK260A-C10
FTK210A-C10
FTK211A-C10
FTK220B-C10
Output capsule (DO) FTK215A-C10
FTK216A-C10
FTK225B-C10
FTK240A-C10
FTK245A-C10
FTK250A-C10
Name Type
FTK611B-C10
FTK656AC-10
I/O capsule (DI/DO)
FTK666A-C10
FTK616A-C10
I/O terminal input FTT1604-G02
FTT3204-G02
I/O terminal input FTT16RO-G02
FTT32RO-G02
FTT16TO-G02
FTT32TO-G02
I/O terminal in/output FTT16T4-G02
FTT32T4-G02
I/O free capsule FTK16NX-C10
FTK32NX-C10
FTL300A-C10
FTK310A-C10
FTK320A-C10
FTK311A-C10
Analog input capsule FTK321A-C10
(AI) FTK312A-C10
FTK322A-C10
FTK313A-C10
FTK323A-C10
FTK324A-C10
FTK410A-C10
FTK420A-C10
FTK401A-C10
FTK411A-C10
Analog output capsule FTK421A-C10
(SO) FTK412A-C10
FTK422A-C10
FTK413A-C10
FTK423A-C10
FTK414A-C10
FTK400A-C10
Name Type
Thermocouple GTK350C-C10
input capsule GTK351C-C10
GTK353C-C10
GTK354C-C10
GTK356C-C10
GTK357C-C10
JPt100Ω FTK370 C-C10
resistance bulb FTK371 C-C10
input capsule FTK372 C-C10
FTK373 C-C10
FTK374 C-C10
FTK375 C-C10
FTK376 C-C10
FTK377 C-C10
Pt100Ω FTK370D-C10
resistance bulb FTK371D-C10
input capsule FTK372D-C10
FTK373D-C10
FTK374D-C10
FTK375D-C10
FTK376D-C10
FTK377D-C10
Name Type
High-speed counter FTK500A-C10
capsule FTK510A-C10
FTK512A-C10
Positioning control FGC100A-A10
capsule FGD010A-A10
RS-232C interface FFK100A-C10
capsule FMC310A
FMC311A
FMC312A
FFK120A-C10
FLC201A-T30
FLC202A-T30
FLC203A-T30
T-link converter FRC100A-G02
T-link repeater FRC200A-C10
P-link repeater FRP200A-C10
Optical converter FNC100C-C10
FNC100C-A20
FNC200B-C10
FNC200B-A20
PID control capsule FPD100A-A10
Program loader FTC020T
receptacle
Program D10S FLD501S-A10
loader D20 FLD520A-A10
LITE(D25) FLT-SES-A10
LITE(D25) FLT-SES-A20
Simulation switch FTX100A-S16
Memory backup battery FBT010A
Optical fiber cable FHC100A-F000
FHC100A-F0R5
FHC100A-F110
FHC120A-F000
FHC120A-F005
FHC120A-F010
FHC120A-F050
FHC120A-F100
FHC120A-F200
FHC120A-F300
FHC120A-F600
FHC120B-F000
FHC120B-F200
FHC120B-F300
FHC120B-F600
Memory FMC032B
FMC034S
FMC036B
FMC334A
[MF S 시리즈 ]
No 품 명
1 FPU 120S-A10
2 FPU 140S-A10
3 FPU 150S-A10
4 FPU 152S-A10
5 FPU 154S-A10
6 FPC 120T
7 FPC 220P
8 FPC 420P
[MF H 시리즈 ]
No 품 명
1 FPU 080H-A10
2 FSB 084H
3 FSB 086H
4 FSB 088H
5 FSB 110H
6 FSB 124H
7 FSB 126H
8 FSB 128H
9 FSB 156S-2
10 FSB 154S-4
11 FSB 120H
12 FSB 908H
13 FSB 912H
14 FTL 010H-A10
15 FDL 120A-A10
16 FLC 120AR2
17 FLC 120AR6
18 FLC 120A1
19 FLC 120A2
20 FLC 120A5
21 FLC 120A10
22 FLC 120A15
23 FLC 120A20
[MF 모듈 ]
No 품 명
1 FTU 122C
2 FTU 113B
3 FTU 123B
4 FTU 126A
5 FTU 133B
6 FTU 136C
7 FTU 143B
8 FTU 150B
9 FTU 155B
10 FTU 160B
11 FTU 165B
12 FTU 121C
13 FTU 110B
14 FTU 120C
15 FTU 125A
16 FTU 130B
17 FTU 135C
18 FTU 140B
19 FTU 261B
20 FTU 260B
21 FTU 263B
22 FTU 266B
23 FTU 221C
24 FTU 222A
25 FTU 210B
26 FTU 211B
27 FTU 215B
28 FTU 216B
29 FTU 223B
30 FTU 226B
31 FTU 233B
32 FTU 240B
33 FTU 245B
34 FTU 250B
35 FTU 257B
36 FTU 611C
37 FTU 612A
38 FTU 621A
[MF 캡슐 ]
No 품 명
1 FTK 113A-C10
2 FTK 123B-C10
3 FTK 133A-C10
4 FTK 143A-C10
5 FTK 150A-C10
6 FTK 160A-C10
7 FTK 110A-C10
8 FTK 120B-C10
9 FTK 130A-C10
10 FTK 140A-C10
11 FTK 260A-C10
12 FTK 261A-C10
13 FTK 210A-C10
14 FTK 211A-C10
15 FTK 215A-C10
16 FTK 216A-C10
17 FTK 220B-C10
18 FTK 225B-C10
19 FTK 240A-C10
20 FTK 245A-C10
21 FTK 250A-C10
22 FTK 611B-C10
23 FTK 656A-C10
24 FTK 666A-C10
25 FTK 616A-C10
26 FTK 633A-G02
27 FTK 634A-G02
28 FTK 16NX-C10
29 FTU 340A
30 FTU 341A
31 FTU 342A
32 FTU 343A
33 FTU 344A
34 FTU 440A
35 FTU 441A
36 FTU 442A
37 FTU 443A
38 FTK 320A-C10
39 FTK 311A-C10
No 품 명
40 FTK 321A-C10
41 FTK 312A-C10
42 FTK 322A-C10
43 FTK 313A-C10
44 FTK 323A-C10
45 FTK 300A-C10
46 FTK 310A-C10
47 FTK 410A-C10
48 FTK 420A-C10
49 FTK 401A-C10
50 FTK 411A-C10
51 FTK 421A-C10
52 FTK 412A-C10
53 FTK 422A-C10
54 FTK 413A-C10
55 FTK 423A-C10
56 FTK 414A-C10
57 FTK 400A-C10
58 FTK 350A-()10
59 FTK 351A-()10
60 FTK 353A-()10
61 FTK 354A-()10
62 FTK 356A-()10
63 FTK 357A-()10
64 FTK 370B-()10
65 FTK 371B-()10
66 FTK 372B-()10
67 FTK 373B-()10
68 FTK 374B-()10
69 FTK 375B-()10
70 FTK 376B-()10
71 FTK 377B-()10
72 FTU 500A
73 FTU 502A
74 FTU 520A
75 FTK 500A-C10
76 FTK 510A-C10
77 FTK 512A-C10
78 FTU 610B
79 FTU 910A
80 FFU 080A-3H
81 FFU 120B
82 FFU 170B
83 CNVAD020-01
84 CNVAD090-01
No 품 명
85 FGU 120B
86 FGU 130B
87 FGD 012A
88 FTL 651B
89 FTM 100B
90 FTM 021B
91 FTM 101B
92 FFK 120A-C10
93 FGC 100A-A10
94 FGD 010A-A10
95 FPD 100A-A10
96 FRC 200A-C10
97 FRP 200A-C10
98 FNC 100B-C10
99 FNC 100C-A20
100 FNC 200B-C10
101 FNC 200B-A20
102 FHC 100A-F000
103 FHC 100A-F0R5
104 FHC 100A-F001
105 FHC 120A-F000
106 FHC 120A-F005
107 FHC 120A-F010
108 FHC 120A-F050
109 FHC 120A-F100
110 FHC 120A-F200
111 FHC 120A-F400
112 FHC 120A-F600
113 FHC 120B-F000
114 FHC 120B-F100
115 FHC 120B-F200
116 FHC 120B-F300
117 FHC 120B-F600
118 FDL 510S-A10
119 FDL 520S-A10
120 FBT 030A
121 FLC 020A
122 FCS 010A
123 FCS 020A
124 FBT 010A
125 FTC 020T
126 FTC 120T
No 품 명
127 FTC 120P
128 FLT-ASFK
129 FLT-FDIAT3E
130 NL4N-WNSE3
131 FRT 100A
132 FRT 200A
133 FMC 032B
134 FMC 034S
135 FMC 334A
136 FMC 036A
137 FTT1604-G02
138 FTT3204-G02
139 FTT16RO-G02
140 FTT32RO-G02
141 FTT16TO-G02
142 FTT32TO-G02
143 FTT16T4-G02
144 FTT32T4-G02


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Example of a PCI Digital I/O Expansion Card.

The expansion card (also expansion board, adapter card or accessory card) in computing is a printed circuit board that can be inserted into an expansion slot of a computer motherboard to add functionality to a computer system.

One edge of the expansion card holds the contacts (the edge connector) that fit exactly into the slot. They establish the electrical contact between the electronics (mostly integrated circuits) on the card and on the motherboard.

Connectors mounted on the bracket allow the connection of external devices to the card. Depending on the form factor of the motherboard and case, around one to seven expansion cards can be added to a computer system. In the case of a backplane system, up to 19 expansion cards can be installed. There are also other factors involved in expansion card capacity. For example, most graphics cards on the market as of 2010 are dual slot graphics cards, using the second slot as a place to put an active heat sink with a fan.

Some cards are “low-profile” cards, meaning that they are shorter than standard cards and will fit in a lower height computer chassis. (There is a “low profile PCI card” standard[1] that specifies a much smaller bracket and board area). The group of expansion cards that are used for external connectivity, such as a network, SAN or modem card, are commonly referred to as input/output cards (or I/O cards).

The primary purpose of an expansion card is to provide or expand on features not offered by the motherboard. For example, the original IBM PC did not provide graphics or hard drive capability as the technology for providing that on the motherboard did not exist. In that case, a graphics expansion card and an ST-506 hard disk controller card provided graphics capability and hard drive interface respectively.

In the case of expansion of on-board capability, a motherboard may provide a single serial RS232 port or Ethernet port. An expansion card can be installed to offer multiple RS232 ports or multiple and higher bandwidth Ethernet ports. In this case, the motherboard provides basic functionality but the expansion card offers additional or enhanced ports.

History

The first microcomputer to feature a slot-type expansion card bus was the Altair 8800, developed 1974-1975. Initially, implementations of this bus were proprietary (such as the Apple II and Macintosh), but by 1982 manufacturers of Intel 8080/Zilog Z80-based computers running CP/M had settled around the S-100 standard. IBM introduced the XT bus, with the first IBM PC in 1981; it was then called the PC bus, as the IBM XT, using the same bus (with slight exception,) was not to be introduced until 1983. XT (a.k.a. 8-bit ISA) was replaced with ISA (a.k.a. 16-bit ISA), originally known as AT bus, in 1984. IBM’s MCA bus, developed for the PS/2 in 1987, was a competitor to ISA, also their design, but fell out of favor due to the ISA’s industry-wide acceptance and IBM’s closed licensing of MCA. EISA, the 32-bit extended version of ISA championed by Compaq, was used on some PC motherboards until 1997, when Microsoft declared it a “legacy” subsystem in the PC 97 industry white-paper. Proprietary local buses (q.v. Compaq) and then the VESA Local Bus Standard, were late 1980s expansion buses that were tied but not exclusive[2][3][4] to the 80386 and 80486 CPU bus. The PC104 bus is an embedded bus that copies the ISA bus.

Intel launched their PCI bus chipsets along with the P5-based Pentium CPUs in 1993. The PCI bus was introduced in 1991 as replacement for ISA. The standard (now at version 3.0) is found on PC motherboards to this day. The PCI standard supports Bridging, as many as ten daisy chained PCI buses have been tested. Cardbus, using the PCMCIA connector, is a PCI format that attaches peripherals to the Host PCI Bus via PCI to PCI Bridge. Cardbus is being supplanted by ExpressCard format. Intel introduced the AGP bus in 1997 as a dedicated video acceleration solution. AGP devices are logically attached to the PCI bus over a PCI-to-PCI bridge. Though termed a bus, AGP usually supports only a single card at a time (Legacy BIOS support issues). From 2005 PCI-Express has been replacing both PCI and AGP. This standard, approved [by who?] in 2004, implements the logical PCI protocol over a serial communication interface. PC104-Plus, Mini PCI, or PCI-104 are often added for expansion on small form factor boards such as Micro ITX.

The USB format has become a de facto expansion bus standard especially for laptop computers. All the functions of add-in card slots can currently be duplicated by USB, including Video [5][6], networking, storage and audio. USB 2.0 is currently part of the ExpressCard interface and USB 3.0 is part of the ExpressCard 2.0 standard.

FireWire or IEEE 1394 is a serial expansion bus originally promoted for Apple Inc. Computer expansion replacing the SCSI bus. Also adopted for PCs, often used for storage and video cameras, it has application for networking, video, and audio.

After the S-100 bus, this article above mentions only buses used on IBM-compatible/Windows-Intel PCs. Most other computer lines that were not IBM compatible, including those from Apple Inc.(Apple II, Macintosh), Tandy, Commodore, Amiga, and Atari, offered their own expansion buses. Apple used a proprietary system with seven 50-pin-slots for Apple II peripheral cards, then later used the NuBus for its Macintosh series until 1995, at which time they switched to a standard PCI Bus. Generally PCI expansion cards will function on any CPU platform if there is a software driver for that type. PCI video cards and other cards that contain a BIOS are problematic, although video cards conforming to VESA Standards may be used for secondary monitors. DEC Alpha, IBM PowerPC, and NEC MIPS workstations used PCI bus connectors[7].

Even many video game consoles, such as the Sega Genesis, included expansion buses; at least in the case of the Genesis, the expansion bus was proprietary, and in fact the cartridge slots of many cartridge based consoles (not including the Atari 2600) would qualify as expansion buses, as they exposed both read and write capabilities of the system’s internal bus. However, the expansion modules attached to these interfaces, though functionally the same as expansion cards, are not technically expansion cards, due to their physical form.

For their 1000 EX and 1000 HX models, Tandy Computer designed the PLUS expansion interface, an adaptation of the XT-bus supporting cards of a smaller form factor. Because it is electrically compatible with the XT bus (a.k.a. 8-bit ISA or XT-ISA), a passive adapter can be made to connect XT cards to a PLUS expansion connector. Another feature of PLUS cards is that they are stackable. Another bus that offered stackable expansion modules was the “sidecar” bus used by the IBM PCjr. This may have been electrically the same as or similar to the XT bus; it most certainly had some similarities since both essentially exposed the 8088 CPU’s address and data buses, with some buffering and latching, the addition of interrupts and DMA provided by Intel add-on chips, and a few system fault detection lines (Power Good, Memory Check, I/O Channel Check). Again, PCjr sidecars are not technically expansion cards, but expansion modules, with the only difference being that the sidecar is an expansion card enclosed in a plastic box (with holes exposing the connectors).

Expansion slot standards

  • PCI Express
  • AGP
  • PCI
  • ISA
  • MCA
  • VLB
  • CardBus/PC card/PCMCIA (for notebook computers)
  • ExpressCard
  • CompactFlash (for handheld computers)
  • SBus (1990s SPARC-based Sun computers)
  • Zorro (Commodore Amiga)
  • NuBus (Apple Macintosh)

Expansion card types

  • Video cards
  • AMR Advanced Multi Rate Codec
  • Sound cards
  • Network cards
  • TV tuner cards
  • Video processing expansion cards
  • Modems
  • Host adapters such as SCSI and RAID controllers.
  • POST cards
  • BIOS Expansion ROM cards
  • Compatibility card (legacy)
  • Physics cards. (becoming obsolete as they are integrated into video cards)
  • Disk controller cards (for fixed- or removable-media drives)
  • Interface adapter cards, including parallel port cards, serial port cards, multi-I/O cards, USB port cards, and proprietary interface cards.
  • RAM disks, e.g. i-RAM
  • Solid-state drive (becoming obsolete to SATA Rev. 3.0, SSDs)
  • Memory expansion cards (legacy)
  • Hard disk cards (legacy)
  • Clock/calendar cards (legacy)
  • Security device cards
  • Radio tuner cards

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How Programmable Logic Works

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Siemens Simatic S7-400 system at rack, left-to-right: power supply unit PS407 4A,CPU 416-3, interface module IM 460-0 and communication processor CP 443-1.

A programmable logic controller (PLC) or programmable controller is a digital computer used for automation of electromechanical processes, such as control of machinery on factory assembly lines, amusement rides, or lighting fixtures. PLCs are used in many industries and machines. Unlike general-purpose computers, the PLC is designed for multiple inputs and output arrangements, extended temperature ranges, immunity to electrical noise, and resistance to vibration and impact. Programs to control machine operation are typically stored in battery-backed or non-volatile memory. A PLC is an example of a hard real time system since output results must be produced in response to input conditions within a bounded time, otherwise unintended operation will result.

History

The PLC was invented in response to the needs of the American automotive manufacturing industry. Programmable logic controllers were initially adopted by the automotive industry where software revision replaced the re-wiring of hard-wired control panels when production models changed.

Before the PLC, control, sequencing, and safety interlock logic for manufacturing automobiles was accomplished using hundreds or thousands of relays, cam timers, and drum sequencers and dedicated closed-loop controllers. The process for updating such facilities for the yearly model change-over was very time consuming and expensive, as electricians needed to individually rewire each and every relay.

In 1968 GM Hydramatic (the automatic transmission division of General Motors) issued a request for proposal for an electronic replacement for hard-wired relay systems. The winning proposal came from Bedford Associates of Bedford, Massachusetts. The first PLC, designated the 084 because it was Bedford Associates’ eighty-fourth project, was the result. Bedford Associates started a new company dedicated to developing, manufacturing, selling, and servicing this new product: Modicon, which stood for MOdular DIgital CONtroller. One of the people who worked on that project was Dick Morley, who is considered to be the “father” of the PLC. The Modicon brand was sold in 1977 to Gould Electronics, and later acquired by German Company AEG and then by French Schneider Electric, the current owner.

One of the very first 084 models built is now on display at Modicon’s headquarters in North Andover, Massachusetts. It was presented to Modicon by GM, when the unit was retired after nearly twenty years of uninterrupted service. Modicon used the 84 moniker at the end of its product range until the 984 made its appearance.

The automotive industry is still one of the largest users of PLCs.

Development

Early PLCs were designed to replace relay logic systems. These PLCs were programmed in “ladder logic”, which strongly resembles a schematic diagram of relay logic. This program notation was chosen to reduce training demands for the existing technicians. Other early PLCs used a form of instruction list programming, based on a stack-based logic solver.

Modern PLCs can be programmed in a variety of ways, from ladder logic to more traditional programming languages such as BASIC and C. Another method is State Logic, a very high-level programming language designed to program PLCs based on state transition diagrams.

Many early PLCs did not have accompanying programming terminals that were capable of graphical representation of the logic, and so the logic was instead represented as a series of logic expressions in some version of Boolean format, similar to Boolean algebra. As programming terminals evolved, it became more common for ladder logic to be used, for the aforementioned reasons. Newer formats such as State Logic and Function Block (which is similar to the way logic is depicted when using digital integrated logic circuits) exist, but they are still not as popular as ladder logic. A primary reason for this is that PLCs solve the logic in a predictable and repeating sequence, and ladder logic allows the programmer (the person writing the logic) to see any issues with the timing of the logic sequence more easily than would be possible in other formats.

Programming

Early PLCs, up to the mid-1980s, were programmed using proprietary programming panels or special-purpose programming terminals, which often had dedicated function keys representing the various logical elements of PLC programs. Programs were stored on cassette tape cartridges. Facilities for printing and documentation were very minimal due to lack of memory capacity. The very oldest PLCs used non-volatile magnetic core memory.

More recently, PLCs are programmed using application software on personal computers. The computer is connected to the PLC through Ethernet, RS-232, RS-485 or RS-422 cabling. The programming software allows entry and editing of the ladder-style logic. Generally the software provides functions for debugging and troubleshooting the PLC software, for example, by highlighting portions of the logic to show current status during operation or via simulation. The software will upload and download the PLC program, for backup and restoration purposes. In some models of programmable controller, the program is transferred from a personal computer to the PLC though a programming board which writes the program into a removable chip such as an EEPROM or EPROM.

Functionality

The functionality of the PLC has evolved over the years to include sequential relay control, motion control, process control, distributed control systems and networking. The data handling, storage, processing power and communication capabilities of some modern PLCs are approximately equivalent to desktop computers. PLC-like programming combined with remote I/O hardware, allow a general-purpose desktop computer to overlap some PLCs in certain applications. Regarding the practicality of these desktop computer based logic controllers, it is important to note that they have not been generally accepted in heavy industry because the desktop computers run on less stable operating systems than do PLCs, and because the desktop computer hardware is typically not designed to the same levels of tolerance to temperature, humidity, vibration, and longevity as the processors used in PLCs. In addition to the hardware limitations of desktop based logic, operating systems such as Windows do not lend themselves to deterministic logic execution, with the result that the logic may not always respond to changes in logic state or input status with the extreme consistency in timing as is expected from PLCs. Still, such desktop logic applications find use in less critical situations, such as laboratory automation and use in small facilities where the application is less demanding and critical, because they are generally much less expensive than PLCs.

In more recent years, small products called PLRs (programmable logic relays), and also by similar names, have become more common and accepted. These are very much like PLCs, and are used in light industry where only a few points of I/O (i.e. a few signals coming in from the real world and a few going out) are involved, and low cost is desired. These small devices are typically made in a common physical size and shape by several manufacturers, and branded by the makers of larger PLCs to fill out their low end product range. Popular names include PICO Controller, NANO PLC, and other names implying very small controllers. Most of these have between 8 and 12 digital inputs, 4 and 8 digital outputs, and up to 2 analog inputs. Size is usually about 4″ wide, 3″ high, and 3″ deep. Most such devices include a tiny postage stamp sized LCD screen for viewing simplified ladder logic (only a very small portion of the program being visible at a given time) and status of I/O points, and typically these screens are accompanied by a 4-way rocker push-button plus four more separate push-buttons, similar to the key buttons on a VCR remote control, and used to navigate and edit the logic. Most have a small plug for connecting via RS-232 or RS-485 to a personal computer so that programmers can use simple Windows applications for programming instead of being forced to use the tiny LCD and push-button set for this purpose. Unlike regular PLCs that are usually modular and greatly expandable, the PLRs are usually not modular or expandable, but their price can be two orders of magnitude less than a PLC and they still offer robust design and deterministic execution of the logic.

PLC Topics

Features

Control panel with PLC (grey elements in the center). The unit consists of separate elements, from left to right; power supply, controller, relay units for in- and output

The main difference from other computers is that PLCs are armored for severe conditions (such as dust, moisture, heat, cold) and have the facility for extensive input/output (I/O) arrangements. These connect the PLC to sensors and actuators. PLCs read limit switches, analog process variables (such as temperature and pressure), and the positions of complex positioning systems. Some use machine vision. On the actuator side, PLCs operate electric motors, pneumatic or hydraulic cylinders, magnetic relays, solenoids, or analog outputs. The input/output arrangements may be built into a simple PLC, or the PLC may have external I/O modules attached to a computer network that plugs into the PLC.

System scale

A small PLC will have a fixed number of connections built in for inputs and outputs. Typically, expansions are available if the base model has insufficient I/O.

Modular PLCs have a chassis (also called a rack) into which are placed modules with different functions. The processor and selection of I/O modules is customised for the particular application. Several racks can be administered by a single processor, and may have thousands of inputs and outputs. A special high speed serial I/O link is used so that racks can be distributed away from the processor, reducing the wiring costs for large plants.

User interface

See also: User interface and List of human-computer interaction topics

PLCs may need to interact with people for the purpose of configuration, alarm reporting or everyday control.

A Human-Machine Interface (HMI) is employed for this purpose. HMIs are also referred to as MMIs (Man Machine Interface) and GUIs (Graphical User Interface).

A simple system may use buttons and lights to interact with the user. Text displays are available as well as graphical touch screens. More complex systems use programming and monitoring software installed on a computer, with the PLC connected via a communication interface.

Communications

PLCs have built in communications ports, usually 9-pin RS-232, but optionally EIA-485 or Ethernet. Modbus, BACnet or DF1 is usually included as one of the communications protocols. Other options include various fieldbuses such as DeviceNet or Profibus. Other communications protocols that may be used are listed in the List of automation protocols.

Most modern PLCs can communicate over a network to some other system, such as a computer running a SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) system or web browser.

PLCs used in larger I/O systems may have peer-to-peer (P2P) communication between processors. This allows separate parts of a complex process to have individual control while allowing the subsystems to co-ordinate over the communication link. These communication links are also often used for HMI devices such as keypads or PC-type workstations.

Programming

PLC programs are typically written in a special application on a personal computer, then downloaded by a direct-connection cable or over a network to the PLC. The program is stored in the PLC either in battery-backed-up RAM or some other non-volatile flash memory. Often, a single PLC can be programmed to replace thousands of relays.

Under the IEC 61131-3 standard, PLCs can be programmed using standards-based programming languages. A graphical programming notation called Sequential Function Charts is available on certain programmable controllers. Initially most PLCs utilized Ladder Logic Diagram Programming, a model which emulated electromechanical control panel devices (such as the contact and coils of relays) which PLCs replaced. This model remains common today.

IEC 61131-3 currently defines five programming languages for programmable control systems: FBD (Function block diagram), LD (Ladder diagram), ST (Structured text, similar to the Pascal programming language), IL (Instruction list, similar to assembly language) and SFC (Sequential function chart). These techniques emphasize logical organization of operations.

While the fundamental concepts of PLC programming are common to all manufacturers, differences in I/O addressing, memory organization and instruction sets mean that PLC programs are never perfectly interchangeable between different makers. Even within the same product line of a single manufacturer, different models may not be directly compatible.

PLC compared with other control systems

Allen-Bradley PLC installed in a control panel

PLCs are well-adapted to a range of automation tasks. These are typically industrial processes in manufacturing where the cost of developing and maintaining the automation system is high relative to the total cost of the automation, and where changes to the system would be expected during its operational life. PLCs contain input and output devices compatible with industrial pilot devices and controls; little electrical design is required, and the design problem centers on expressing the desired sequence of operations. PLC applications are typically highly customized systems so the cost of a packaged PLC is low compared to the cost of a specific custom-built controller design. On the other hand, in the case of mass-produced goods, customized control systems are economic due to the lower cost of the components, which can be optimally chosen instead of a “generic” solution, and where the non-recurring engineering charges are spread over thousands or millions of units.

For high volume or very simple fixed automation tasks, different techniques are used. For example, a consumer dishwasher would be controlled by an electromechanical cam timer costing only a few dollars in production quantities.

A microcontroller-based design would be appropriate where hundreds or thousands of units will be produced and so the development cost (design of power supplies, input/output hardware and necessary testing and certification) can be spread over many sales, and where the end-user would not need to alter the control. Automotive applications are an example; millions of units are built each year, and very few end-users alter the programming of these controllers. However, some specialty vehicles such as transit busses economically use PLCs instead of custom-designed controls, because the volumes are low and the development cost would be uneconomic.

Very complex process control, such as used in the chemical industry, may require algorithms and performance beyond the capability of even high-performance PLCs. Very high-speed or precision controls may also require customized solutions; for example, aircraft flight controls.

Programmable controllers are widely used in motion control, positioning control and torque control. Some manufacturers produce motion control units to be integrated with PLC so that G-code (involving a CNC machine) can be used to instruct machine movements.[citation needed]

PLCs may include logic for single-variable feedback analog control loop, a “proportional, integral, derivative” or “PID controller”. A PID loop could be used to control the temperature of a manufacturing process, for example. Historically PLCs were usually configured with only a few analog control loops; where processes required hundreds or thousands of loops, a distributed control system (DCS) would instead be used. As PLCs have become more powerful, the boundary between DCS and PLC applications has become less distinct.

PLCs have similar functionality as Remote Terminal Units. An RTU, however, usually does not support control algorithms or control loops. As hardware rapidly becomes more powerful and cheaper, RTUs, PLCs and DCSs are increasingly beginning to overlap in responsibilities, and many vendors sell RTUs with PLC-like features and vice versa. The industry has standardized on the IEC 61131-3 functional block language for creating programs to run on RTUs and PLCs, although nearly all vendors also offer proprietary alternatives and associated development environments.

Digital and analog signals

Digital or discrete signals behave as binary switches, yielding simply an On or Off signal (1 or 0, True or False, respectively). Push buttons, limit switches, and photoelectric sensors are examples of devices providing a discrete signal. Discrete signals are sent using either voltage or current, where a specific range is designated as On and another as Off. For example, a PLC might use 24 V DC I/O, with values above 22 V DC representing On, values below 2VDC representing Off, and intermediate values undefined. Initially, PLCs had only discrete I/O.

Analog signals are like volume controls, with a range of values between zero and full-scale. These are typically interpreted as integer values (counts) by the PLC, with various ranges of accuracy depending on the device and the number of bits available to store the data. As PLCs typically use 16-bit signed binary processors, the integer values are limited between -32,768 and +32,767. Pressure, temperature, flow, and weight are often represented by analog signals. Analog signals can use voltage or current with a magnitude proportional to the value of the process signal. For example, an analog 0 – 10 V input or 4-20 mA would be converted into an integer value of 0 – 32767.

Current inputs are less sensitive to electrical noise (i.e. from welders or electric motor starts) than voltage inputs.

Example

As an example, say a facility needs to store water in a tank. The water is drawn from the tank by another system, as needed, and our example system must manage the water level in the tank.

Using only digital signals, the PLC has two digital inputs from float switches (Low Level and High Level). When the water level is above the switch it closes a contact and passes a signal to an input. The PLC uses a digital output to open and close the inlet valve into the tank.

When the water level drops enough so that the Low Level float switch is off (down), the PLC will open the valve to let more water in. Once the water level rises enough so that the High Level switch is on (up), the PLC will shut the inlet to stop the water from overflowing. This rung is an example of seal-in (latching) logic. The output is sealed in until some condition breaks the circuit.

|                                                             |  |   Low Level      High Level                 Fill Valve      |  |------[/]------|------[/]----------------------(OUT)---------|  |               |                                             |  |               |                                             |  |               |                                             |  |   Fill Valve  |                                             |  |------[ ]------|                                             |  |                                                             |  |                                                             |

An analog system might use a water pressure sensor or a load cell, and an adjustable (throttling) dripping out of the tank, the valve adjusts to slowly drip water back into the tank.

In this system, to avoid ‘flutter’ adjustments that can wear out the valve, many PLCs incorporate “hysteresis” which essentially creates a “deadband” of activity. A technician adjusts this deadband so the valve moves only for a significant change in rate. This will in turn minimize the motion of the valve, and reduce its wear.

A real system might combine both approaches, using float switches and simple valves to prevent spills, and a rate sensor and rate valve to optimize refill rates and prevent water hammer. Backup and maintenance methods can make a real system very complicated.

See also

  • The Westinghouse sign
  • Distributed control system, (DCS).
  • Industrial control systems, (ICS).
  • Industrial safety systems
  • Programmable automation controller, (PAC).
  • Signature image processing, (SIP)
  • SCADA

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BALOGH MIBUDENKI
BANNER ENGINEERING MICRO MEMORY
BARBER COLMAN MICRO MOTION
BARBER COLMAN MICROSWITCH
BARDAC MICROSWITCH & HONEYWELL
BARKSDALE MIKI PULLEY & BOSTON
BARR MULLIN MILLER ELECTRIC
BASLER ELECTRIC & WESTINGHOUSE MILLER ELECTRIC & LINCOLN ELECTRIC
BAUMULLER MINARIK ELECTRIC CO
BEI INDUSTRIAL ENCODER MINARIK ELECTRIC CO & LEESON ELECTRIC CO
BENDIX DYNAPATH MITUSUBISHI
DENDIX SHEFFIELD MOELLER ELECTRIC
BENSHAW MOOG
BENTLEY NEVADA MONTWILL& SCHAFER
BERGER LAHR MOTOROLA
BEST POWER MOTORLA SEMICONDUCTOR
BIKOR CORP MOTORTRONICS
BK PRECISION MSA
BOBST MTS SYSTEMS CO
BOGEN COMMUNICATION MULLER MARTINI & GRAPHA ELECTRONIC
BOMAC MURR ELEKTRONIK
BORG WARNER & DANFOSS NACHI
BOSCH NATIONAL CONTROLS
BOSCHERT & ARTESYN TECHNOLOGIES NEMATRON CORP
BOSTON NEWPORT
BRANSON NEXT
BRIDGEPORT NIKKI DENSO
BURTON & EMERSON NIOBRARA R&D CORP
BUTLER AUTOMATIC NJE CORPORATION
CAROTRON NORDSON
CE INVALCO NORDSON & DANAHER CONTROLS
CHROMALOX NORTH AMERICAN MFG
CINCINNATI MILACRON & ADVANTAGE ELECTRONICS NORTHERN TELECOM
CLEAVELAND MOTION CONTROL NOVA
CONDOR NSD
CONRAC NUM
CONTRAVES NUMERIK
CONTREX OLEC
CONTROL CONCEPTS OKUMA
CONTROL TECHNOLGY INC OMEGA ENGINEERING
COSEL OMRON
COUTANT & LAMBDA OPTO 22
CROMPTON ORIENTAL MOTOR
CROWN ORMEC
CUSTOM SERVO OSG TAP & DIEP&H HARNISCHFEGER
CYBEREX PACKAGE CONTROLS
DANAHER CONTROLS PANALARM
DANAHER MOTION PARKER
DANFOSS & DART CONTROLS PAYNE ENGINEERING & BURTON
DART CONTROLS PEPPERL & FUCHS
DATA ACQUISITION SYS PJILLIPS & PHILLIPS PMA
DAYKIN PHOENIX CONTACT
DAYTRONIC PILZ
DEC PINNACLE SYSTEMS
DELTA PIONEER MAGNETICS
DELTA ELECTRONICS PLANAR SYSTEMS
DELTRON & POWER MATE POLYCOM
DEUTRONIC POLYSPEDE
DIGITEC POWER CONTROL SYSTEM
DISC INSTURMENTS & DANAHER CONTROLS POWER CONVERSION
DISPLAY TECH POWER ELECTRONICS
DOERR POWER GENERAL & WESTINGHOUSE
DOMINO PRINTING POWER MATE
DREXELBROOK POWER ONE
DRIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS POWER PROP
DUNKERMOTOREN POWER SOURCE
DYNAGE & BROWN & SHARPE POWER SWITCH CORP
DYNAMICS RESEARCH POWER SYSTEMS INC
DYNAPOWER & DANAHER CONTROLS POWER VOLT
DYNAPRO & FLUKE POWERTEC INDUSTIRAL MOTORS INC
DYNISCO PULS
EATON CORPORATION PYRAMID
EATON CORPORATION & DANAHER CONTROLS QEST
ECCI QUINDAR ELECTRONICS
EG&G RADIO ENERGIE
ELCIS RAMSEY TECHNOLOGY
ELCO RED LION CONTROLS & SABINA ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC REGULATOR RELIANCE ELECTRIC
ELECTRO CAM RENCO CORP
ELECTRO CRAFT & RELIANCE ELECTRIC ROBICON
ELECTROHOME ROSEMOUNT & WESTINGHOUSE
ELECTROL RTA PAVIA
ELECTROMOTIVE SABINA ELECTRIC
ELECTROSTATICS INC SAFTRONICS
ELGE SANYO
ELO TOUCH SYSTEMS SCHROFF & STYRKONSULT AB
ELPAC & CINCINNATI MILACRON SCI & ISSC
ELSTON ELECTRONICS SELTI
ELWOOD CORPORATION SEMCO
EMS INC SEQUENTIAL INFO SYS
ENCODER PRODUCTS SEW EURODRIVE & TOSHIBA
ETA SHINDENGEN
EUROTHERM CONTROLS SICK OPTIC ELECTRONIC
EXOR SIEMENS
FANUC SIEMENS MOORE
FANUC & GENERAL ELECTRIC SIERRACIN POWER SYSTEMS
FENWAL SIGMA INSTRUMENTS INC
FIFE CORP SMC & CONAIRSOCAPEL
FIREYE & ITT SOLA ELECTRIC
FIRING CIRCUITS SOLITECH
FISCHER & PORTER SONY
FISHER CONTROLS SORENSEN
FLUKE STANDARD POWER INC
FORNEY STATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS
FOXBORO STEGMANN & INDRAMAT
FOXBORO & BALSBAUGH SUMITOMO MACHINERY INC & TOSHIBA
FUJI ELECTRIC SUMTAK CORP
FUTEC SUNX LTD
GAI & ASEA BROWN BOVERI SUPERIOR ELECTRIC
GALIL MOTION CONTROLS SWEO ENGINEERING & ROCHESTER INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS
GD CALIFORNIA INC T&R ELECTRIC & SYRON ENGINEERING
GEM80 TAMAGAWA & RELIANCE ELECTRIC
GENERAL ELECTRIC TAPESWITCH
GENERAL ELECTRIC & FANUC TB WOODS & FUJI ELECTRIC
GIDDINGS & LEWIS TDK
GLENTEK TECNO ELETTRONICA
GOLDSTAR TECTROL
GORING KERR TEIJIN SEIKI
GOSSEN TEKEL
GRAHAM TODD PRODUCTS CORP
GRAINGER TOEI ELECTRIC
GRAPHA ELECTRONIC TOSHIBA
GREAT LAKES INSTRUMENTS TOTKU ELECTRIC & GENERAL ELECTRIC
GROUPE SCHNEIDER TRACO ENGINEERING
HAAS UNICO
HAMMOND UNIPOWER
HATHAWAY VAREC
HAYSEEN VECTOR VID
HEIDELBERG VERO ELECTRONICS & TELEMOTIVE
HEIDENHAIN CORP VIDEO JET
HIRATA VIEW TRONIX
HITACHI & FANUC VIVID
HITRON ELECTRONICS VOLGEN & POWER SOURCE
HOBART BROTHERS CO WARNER ELECTRIC & EMERSON
HOHER AUTOMATION WESTAMP INC & WESTINGHOUSE
HONEYWELL WESTINGHOUSE
HONEYWELL & NEMATRON CORP WHEDCO
HORNER ELECTRIC WIRE ELECTRIC
HUBBELL & FEMCO XENTEK INC
HUBNER & AMICON XYCOM & WARNER ELECTRIC
HURCO MFG CO YASKAWA ELECTRIC
IEE ZENITH
IMMERSION CORPORATION ZYCRON

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2
Mar

At Industrial Repair Group, our goal is to offer the best repair in the industry and the most competitive quotes. Our wide selection of services and industry leading 18 month repair guarantee are sure to provide you with the perfect repair solution for all of your industrial needs. We specialize in industrial electronics, electric motor rebuilds, and complete customer satisfaction.

We support the following manufacturers and Industrial Repair Group is always seeking to serve special requests not listed below, please let us know if you have any questions!

AC TECHNOLOGY INDRAMAT
ACCO BABCOCK INC INDRAMAT & STEGMANN
ACCO BRISTOL INELCO & HS ELECTRONIC
ACCU SORT INEX INC
ACME ELECTRIC & STANDARD POWER INC INLAND MOTOR
ACOPIAN ACRISONS INFRANOR
ACROMAG & MOORE PRODUCTS INGERSOLL RAND
ADEPT TECH INIVEN
ADTECH POWER INC INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY INC
ADVANCE BALLAST INTEL
ADVANCED MICRO CONTROLS INTERMEC
ADVANCED MOTION INTERNATIONAL POWER
AEROTECH & MOTOROLA INTROL DESIGN
AGASTAT IRCON
AGILENT ISHIDA
AGR ISI ROBOTICS
AIRCO ISSC
ALLEN BRADLEY ISSC & SCI
AMBITECH IND JOHNSON CONTROLS & YOKOGAWA
AMETEK KTRON
AMGRAPH KTRON & KB ELECTRONICS
AMICON KB ELECTRONICS
AMPROBE KB ELECTRONICS & RIMA
ANAHEIM AUTOMATION KEARNEY & TRECKER
ANALOGIC KEB COMBIVERT
ANDOVER CONTROLSANILAM & SEQUENTIAL INFO SYS KEB COMBIVERT & TOSHIBA
ANORAD KEITHLEY & HOLADAY
ANRITSU KEPCO
AO SMITH & MAGNETEK KEYENCE CORP
APC KIKUSUI
APPLIED AUTOMATION KME INSTACOLOR
APPLIED MATERIAL KNIEL
APPLIED MICORSYSTEMS KOEHLER COMPANY
APV AUTOMATION KONE
APW MCLEAN KONSBERG
ARBURG KRAUSS MAFFEI
ARCAIR KRISTEL CORPORATION
ARCOM LABOD ELECTRONICS
ARGUS LAMBDA
AROS ELECTRONICS LAMBDA & QUALIDYNE CORP
ARPECO LANTECH
ARTESYN TECHNOLOGIES LEESON ELECTRIC CO
ASCO & ITT LEESONA & ELECTRIC REGULATOR
ASEA BROWN BOVERI & STROMBERG LEINE & LINDE
ASHE CONTROLS LENORD & BAUER
ASI CONTROLS LENZE
ASI KEYSTONE & ANALOGIC LEROY SOMER
ASR SERVOTRON LESTER ELECTRIC
ASSOCIATED RESEARCH LEUZE
ASTROSYSTEMS LH RESEARCH
ATC LINCOLN ELECTRIC
ATHENA LITTON
ATLAS LOVE CONTROLS
ATLA COPCO LOVEHOY & BOSTON
AUTOCON TECHNOLGIES INC LOYOLA
AUTOMATED PACKAGING LUST ELECTRONICS
AUTOMATION DIRECT MAGNETEK
AUTOMATION INTELLIGENCE MAGNETEK & GEMCO ELECTRIC
AUTOMATIX MAN ROLAND
AVERY MAPLE SYSTEMS
AVG AUTOMATION MARKEM
AYDON CONTROLS MARQUIP
B & K MARSCH
B & R MAHTSUSHITA ELECTRIC & FANUC
BABCOCK & ASEA BROWN BOVERI MAZAK
BAKER PERKINS MCC ELECTRONICS
BALANCE ENGINEERING MEMOTEC
BALDOR & ASR SERVOTRON MERRICK SCALE
BALWIN & BEI INDUSTRIAL ENCODER METRA INSTRUMENTS
BALL ELECTRONIC METTLER TOLEDO
BALUFF MHI CORRUGATING MACHINERY
BALOGH MIBUDENKI
BANNER ENGINEERING MICRO MEMORY
BARBER COLMAN MICRO MOTION
BARBER COLMAN MICROSWITCH
BARDAC MICROSWITCH & HONEYWELL
BARKSDALE MIKI PULLEY & BOSTON
BARR MULLIN MILLER ELECTRIC
BASLER ELECTRIC & WESTINGHOUSE MILLER ELECTRIC & LINCOLN ELECTRIC
BAUMULLER MINARIK ELECTRIC CO
BEI INDUSTRIAL ENCODER MINARIK ELECTRIC CO & LEESON ELECTRIC CO
BENDIX DYNAPATH MITUSUBISHI
DENDIX SHEFFIELD MOELLER ELECTRIC
BENSHAW MOOG
BENTLEY NEVADA MONTWILL& SCHAFER
BERGER LAHR MOTOROLA
BEST POWER MOTORLA SEMICONDUCTOR
BIKOR CORP MOTORTRONICS
BK PRECISION MSA
BOBST MTS SYSTEMS CO
BOGEN COMMUNICATION MULLER MARTINI & GRAPHA ELECTRONIC
BOMAC MURR ELEKTRONIK
BORG WARNER & DANFOSS NACHI
BOSCH NATIONAL CONTROLS
BOSCHERT & ARTESYN TECHNOLOGIES NEMATRON CORP
BOSTON NEWPORT
BRANSON NEXT
BRIDGEPORT NIKKI DENSO
BURTON & EMERSON NIOBRARA R&D CORP
BUTLER AUTOMATIC NJE CORPORATION
CAROTRON NORDSON
CE INVALCO NORDSON & DANAHER CONTROLS
CHROMALOX NORTH AMERICAN MFG
CINCINNATI MILACRON & ADVANTAGE ELECTRONICS NORTHERN TELECOM
CLEAVELAND MOTION CONTROL NOVA
CONDOR NSD
CONRAC NUM
CONTRAVES NUMERIK
CONTREX OLEC
CONTROL CONCEPTS OKUMA
CONTROL TECHNOLGY INC OMEGA ENGINEERING
COSEL OMRON
COUTANT & LAMBDA OPTO 22
CROMPTON ORIENTAL MOTOR
CROWN ORMEC
CUSTOM SERVO OSG TAP & DIEP&H HARNISCHFEGER
CYBEREX PACKAGE CONTROLS
DANAHER CONTROLS PANALARM
DANAHER MOTION PARKER
DANFOSS & DART CONTROLS PAYNE ENGINEERING & BURTON
DART CONTROLS PEPPERL & FUCHS
DATA ACQUISITION SYS PJILLIPS & PHILLIPS PMA
DAYKIN PHOENIX CONTACT
DAYTRONIC PILZ
DEC PINNACLE SYSTEMS
DELTA PIONEER MAGNETICS
DELTA ELECTRONICS PLANAR SYSTEMS
DELTRON & POWER MATE POLYCOM
DEUTRONIC POLYSPEDE
DIGITEC POWER CONTROL SYSTEM
DISC INSTURMENTS & DANAHER CONTROLS POWER CONVERSION
DISPLAY TECH POWER ELECTRONICS
DOERR POWER GENERAL & WESTINGHOUSE
DOMINO PRINTING POWER MATE
DREXELBROOK POWER ONE
DRIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS POWER PROP
DUNKERMOTOREN POWER SOURCE
DYNAGE & BROWN & SHARPE POWER SWITCH CORP
DYNAMICS RESEARCH POWER SYSTEMS INC
DYNAPOWER & DANAHER CONTROLS POWER VOLT
DYNAPRO & FLUKE POWERTEC INDUSTIRAL MOTORS INC
DYNISCO PULS
EATON CORPORATION PYRAMID
EATON CORPORATION & DANAHER CONTROLS QEST
ECCI QUINDAR ELECTRONICS
EG&G RADIO ENERGIE
ELCIS RAMSEY TECHNOLOGY
ELCO RED LION CONTROLS & SABINA ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC REGULATOR RELIANCE ELECTRIC
ELECTRO CAM RENCO CORP
ELECTRO CRAFT & RELIANCE ELECTRIC ROBICON
ELECTROHOME ROSEMOUNT & WESTINGHOUSE
ELECTROL RTA PAVIA
ELECTROMOTIVE SABINA ELECTRIC
ELECTROSTATICS INC SAFTRONICS
ELGE SANYO
ELO TOUCH SYSTEMS SCHROFF & STYRKONSULT AB
ELPAC & CINCINNATI MILACRON SCI & ISSC
ELSTON ELECTRONICS SELTI
ELWOOD CORPORATION SEMCO
EMS INC SEQUENTIAL INFO SYS
ENCODER PRODUCTS SEW EURODRIVE & TOSHIBA
ETA SHINDENGEN
EUROTHERM CONTROLS SICK OPTIC ELECTRONIC
EXOR SIEMENS
FANUC SIEMENS MOORE
FANUC & GENERAL ELECTRIC SIERRACIN POWER SYSTEMS
FENWAL SIGMA INSTRUMENTS INC
FIFE CORP SMC & CONAIRSOCAPEL
FIREYE & ITT SOLA ELECTRIC
FIRING CIRCUITS SOLITECH
FISCHER & PORTER SONY
FISHER CONTROLS SORENSEN
FLUKE STANDARD POWER INC
FORNEY STATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS
FOXBORO STEGMANN & INDRAMAT
FOXBORO & BALSBAUGH SUMITOMO MACHINERY INC & TOSHIBA
FUJI ELECTRIC SUMTAK CORP
FUTEC SUNX LTD
GAI & ASEA BROWN BOVERI SUPERIOR ELECTRIC
GALIL MOTION CONTROLS SWEO ENGINEERING & ROCHESTER INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS
GD CALIFORNIA INC T&R ELECTRIC & SYRON ENGINEERING
GEM80 TAMAGAWA & RELIANCE ELECTRIC
GENERAL ELECTRIC TAPESWITCH
GENERAL ELECTRIC & FANUC TB WOODS & FUJI ELECTRIC
GIDDINGS & LEWIS TDK
GLENTEK TECNO ELETTRONICA
GOLDSTAR TECTROL
GORING KERR TEIJIN SEIKI
GOSSEN TEKEL
GRAHAM TODD PRODUCTS CORP
GRAINGER TOEI ELECTRIC
GRAPHA ELECTRONIC TOSHIBA
GREAT LAKES INSTRUMENTS TOTKU ELECTRIC & GENERAL ELECTRIC
GROUPE SCHNEIDER TRACO ENGINEERING
HAAS UNICO
HAMMOND UNIPOWER
HATHAWAY VAREC
HAYSEEN VECTOR VID
HEIDELBERG VERO ELECTRONICS & TELEMOTIVE
HEIDENHAIN CORP VIDEO JET
HIRATA VIEW TRONIX
HITACHI & FANUC VIVID
HITRON ELECTRONICS VOLGEN & POWER SOURCE
HOBART BROTHERS CO WARNER ELECTRIC & EMERSON
HOHER AUTOMATION WESTAMP INC & WESTINGHOUSE
HONEYWELL WESTINGHOUSE
HONEYWELL & NEMATRON CORP WHEDCO
HORNER ELECTRIC WIRE ELECTRIC
HUBBELL & FEMCO XENTEK INC
HUBNER & AMICON XYCOM & WARNER ELECTRIC
HURCO MFG CO YASKAWA ELECTRIC
IEE ZENITH
IMMERSION CORPORATION ZYCRON

INDUSTRIAL REPAIR GROUP FAST QUOTE

Category : AC Drive Repair | AC, DC, VFD, Servo Drives | Analog Circuit Board Repair | CNC Circuit Board Repair | DC Drive Repair | Electronic Repair Services | Encoder Repair | Industrial Controls Repair | Industrial Monitor Repair | Industrial Repair Group | Industrial Repair Service | Industrial Scale Repair | LCD Display Repair | Light Curtain Repair | Linear Amplifier Repair | Motor Soft Starter Repair | Optical Sensor Repair | Programmable Logic Controller - PLC Repair | Rotary Encoder Repair | Rugged Display Repair | Servo Drive Repair | Spindle Drive Repair | Touchscreen Repair | VFD Drive Repair | VFD Drives | Blog
7
May

Industrial Repair Group prides ourselves on giving accurate quotes. Rest assured that our first price quote is our only price quote. Our mission statement is simple: IRG will get the job done as promised and on schedule, our customers will be satisfied, and all repairs will be backed with our 18 month repair guarantee!

Feel confident that we don’t play the lingo game. We are real people; with real goals. Our company is always open minded and intent on isolating problems to keep organizations up and running 24/7. We are a leading service provider that believes educated personal is the best policy.

Industrial Repair Group feels so confidence about our work that we guarantee that if Industrial Repair Group can’t perform your industrial electronic repair after examinationo we will ship it for Free directly to competitor of your choice so you get you up and running fast and minimize your downtime!*

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Category : AC Drive Repair | Analog Circuit Board Repair | CNC Circuit Board Repair | DC Drive Repair | Electronic Repair Services | Encoder Repair | Industrial Controls Repair | Industrial Monitor Repair | Industrial Repair Group | Industrial Repair Service | Industrial Scale Repair | Light Curtain Repair | Linear Amplifier Repair | Motor Soft Starter Repair | Optical Sensor Repair | Programmable Logic Controller - PLC Repair | Rotary Encoder Repair | Servo Drive Repair | Spindle Drive Repair | Touchscreen Repair | Uncategorized | VFD Drive Repair | VFD Drives | Blog