Q&A on PLC Controller Failure

Business Industrial Network Lists Four Factors That Increase Failure Rates and Five Module Types That Should Be Considered Independently

By Business Industrial Network

When seeking PLC controller failure rate estimates, knowing what the rate is is not as important as knowing the cause of the failure. Looking at MTBF (failure rate) stats are essential, but you should be using the data as a means to solving the bigger problem. The Business Industrial Network (BIN) says questions you should ask include: what parts and how many should you stock, ways to improve equipment reliability, is a PLC controller the best option?, etc. In this article, BIN lists four factors that increase failure rates and five module types that should be considered independently.

Read the full article at Business Industrial Network.

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  • I have a moeller PLC ps4-201-mm1 and when i connect the power source ( 24v dc), the four leds ( halt,ready,not ready and battery) not turned on , when i measured volt on two power termenal i found that the power is connected and a multimeter read (24v) but still four leds not turned on what can i do to solve this issue

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