PLC Panel


PLC stands for a programmable logic controller and they are extremely efficient. These control panels are capable of higher output with less power consumption. These PLC control panel systems make it simpler to maintain systems and can decrease costs associated with various projects.

Uses: PLC panels are used in variety of electronic and electrical circuit fittings for a variety of applications which can be broadly divided into 3 categories: OEM Control Panel: which covers applications such as wind turbine panels, compressor control panel, incinerators, boilers, chillers, spray driers, HVAC panels, etc.

Basic PLC Operations: PLCs are made up of input points or modules, output points or modules, and a CPU (central processing unit). Inputs accept a wide range of analog and digital signals from different sensors/ field devices and work to convert them into logic signals that are CPU compatible.

The main components of a PLC consist of a central processing unit (CPU), power supply, programming device, and input and output (1/0) modules. The CPU is the brain of the PLC and carries out programmed operations. These operations or outputs are executed based on signals and data provided from connected inputs