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PLC vs. Microcontroller

The onset of the third industrial revolution in the latter half of the 20th century set off a new wave of innovation on the global industrial stage. ‘Automation’ was the keyword that drove R&D during this period. A whole new fleet of controls technologies was developed that enabled the transition from primarily manual-based to automated industrial setups. At the forefront of this technological change were Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC). These devices entered the market in the 1970s and were quickly adopted by industrialists across the board. In the present age, PLCs are ubiquitous in […]

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Raspberry Pi vs PLC

The topic ‘Raspberry Pi vs. PLC’ has been an all-time favorite of the DIY and industrial automation community. In this article, we’ll be discussing each one, what they can do, what each has to offer, and contrast them according to their capabilities to better understand which one we should select for a particular application. What […]

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How to Test PLC Analog Output

Overview of PLC Analog Outputs  A Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) is a compact computer-based industrial control system that uses input/output(I/O) modules to control processes, machines, equipment, and other control modules. A PLC receives various types of electronic and electrical signals. It uses the received signals(input) and its programmed logic to monitor and control the outputs […]

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Common PLC CPU Failures

PLC’s CPU Functions Programmable Logic Controllers are digital electronic devices that are mainly used as industrial control systems. PLCs contain a programmable memory that stores a series of user-defined instructions. They function by continuously monitoring the state of input devices and executing the stored program logic so as control the state of connected output devices. […]

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The Chip Shortage in relation to Industrial Automation

Chips, often called microchips or semiconductors function as the brain of electronics. They are tiny technological marvels, that host billions of transistors within them. The transistors allow electrons to pass through them or otherwise. You will find microchips in nearly all electronic devices you own, from your smartphone to your laptop to your car. They […]

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