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Programmable Safety Controllers Fill the Application Void Between Safety Relays and Safety PLCs
Safety and Control Converge: Despite the Evolution of Programmable Safety Controllers, Users Are Slow to Adopt Them
Controller to HMI Connection Are Becoming Ever More Open, Driving Down Prices and Increasing Functionality
Controllers Now Are Called PACs, Industrial PCs, or Just About Anything Else Except What They Really Are
Controller Suppliers Offer Ease and Flexibility at Lower Costs
How General Electric's TMR Controllers Helped Maximize Process and Plant Uptime in More Than 10,000 Critical Applications
Programmable Controllers Still Scare Some Safety System Designers. Learn How a Safety PLC Differs From a Standard PLC and How Reliable They Can Be
Motion Controller Software Suite Praised
This month's Product Round-up shows that programmable controllers have such mixed functionality that calling them PLCs or motion controllers or PCs doesnt much matter.
Embedded controllers provide simple and elegant solutions for machine builders
IEC 61131-3 Is Intended to Create Commonality in the Programming of Industrial Controllers by 'Harmonizing' the Programming Interface
New Standards Makes Machine Builders Question Whether to Integrate Safety or Not
February 2014 Survey Results Show Majority of Respondents Indicate Using PLCs
The List of User Requirements Continues to Grow Longer
Business Industrial Network Lists Four Factors That Increase Failure Rates and Five Module Types That Should Be Considered Independently
How Can a PAC Solution Help Machine Builders in Ways a Traditional PLC or PC-Based Control System Can't
Some Users Reorganize or Replace RTOS and Kernels in Their Operating Systems to Gain New Performance Capabilities
PACs Reach Out to More Advanced Machine Control Systems, While PLCs Maintain a Hold on More Straightforward Automation
Embedded Microprocessors Open New Possibilities
New Generation of Devices Expands the Choices for Multiple Points of Machine Safety
Embedded Intelligence writer Jeremy Pollard, CET, provides us with the history of the creation of the PLC, and how folklore has it that it was conceived on the back of a napkin more than three decades ago.
Programmable Logic Controller and Programmable Automation Controller Training
Integrated Industrial Technologies Lists Pros and Cons to Using PCs With Windows OS for a Machine Motion Controller
Are More Specialized Controllers Needed for Our Reader's Newly Designed Module in a Machine Line?
What Are Readers' Experiences With Machine-Mount Wireless Controllers and I/O?