Programmable logic controllers, PLC, or programmable controllers are a small computer used for automation of real-world processes, such as control of machinery on factory assembly lines. The PLC usually uses a microprocessor. The program is usually created by a skilled technician at an industrial site, rather than a professional computer programmer. Nevertheless, complex applications requires complex programming to be performed by an industrial engineer. The program is stored in battery-backed memory and/or EEPROM cards.
Electronic Programmable Cam Controller
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Cam controllers are employed everywhere, where actors must be marked exactly in firm assignment to the machine positions, for instance at packing machines.