1. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION
Autechno efficiently, quickly and economically designs and implements PLC software of major brands used in industrial fields such as:
- Allen Bradley;
Especially as far as the Siemens galaxy is concerned, we have 360-degree expertise on any development environment:
- WinCC Flexyble
- Step 5
- Step 7
- TIA Portal
- WinCC Classic, Professional and Unified
As well as on any hardware such as:
- S7 200
- S7 300
- S7 1200
- S7 1500
Going to integrate into the design:
- Electrical axes,
- PLC technology
- Cams, gears
2. TECHNICAL ORGANIZATION
This is thanks to Autechno’s technical organization equipped with:
- Technical department dedicated to the design and implementation of software on PLC;
- Workshop for the assembly and wiring of PLCs within the electrical control; panels and control
- Technicians for commissioning, testing and after-sales service of software on PLC.
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Do you want to learn more about PLC?
1. WHAT IS A PLC?
It stands for Programmable Logic Controller and means “Programmable Logic Controller,” is a ruggedized computer used for industrial automation. These controllers can automate a specific process, machine function or even an entire production line.
2. HOW DOES A PLC WORK?
The PLC receives information from connected sensors or input devices, processes the data and activates outputs according to pre-programmed parameters. Depending on the inputs and outputs, a PLC can monitor and record runtime data, such as the machine’s productivity or its temperature during operation, automatically start and stop processes, generate alarms in case of malfunctions, and more. Programmable logic controllers are a flexible, robust and adaptable control solution for almost any application.
3. HOW TO PROGRAM A PLC?
A PLC program is usually written via computer and then downloaded to the controller. Most PLC programming software offers programming in:
- IL (Istruction list)
- ST (Structured Text)
- LD (Ladder Diagram)
- FBD (Function Block Diagram)
- SFC (Sequential Functional Chart)