A new eight-page white paper from Electro Cam (Roscoe, IL) describes how PLCs and programmable limit switches (PLSs) differ. Describes how PLCs are designed for low-speed processes such as receiving input signals from sensors and limit switches and sending output signals to actuators, solenoid valves, motors and pneumatic cylinders.
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Lookout® Direct is an operator interface software package from PLC Direct (Cumming, GA). Priced at $1귏 for the development/run-time package and $995 for the run-time only package, Lookout Direct is a 32-bit application powered by Windows(TM) 95/98 or Windows NT.
Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. (Alpharetta, GA), together with Siemens Credit Corp., have introduced the "Siemens Solution," a partnership that provides customized financing programs for OEMs and manufacturing operations.
DeviceNet MCC is the first DeviceNet-compatible industrial-grade motor control center, says manufacturer Cutler-Hammer (Milwaukee, WI). It allows operators control from a single PC or PLC in conjunction with a man-machine interface.
Elsner Eng. Works (Hanover, PA) has redesigned its HS-800/OWH-800 rewinding and overwrapping production line. Designed for gift wrap, tissue, kraft paper and selected films, the rewinder can be used for core, coreless or sheet-stiffened rewinding.
The DIN-rail-mounted 2003 PCC programmable computer controller from B&R Industrial Automation (Roswell, GA) can act as a PLC, a high-speed remote I/O module for PLCs, or a CAN fieldbus I/O node for PCs.