What is a PLC?
PLC stands for programmable logic controller—a rugged industrial computer adapted for manufacturing processes. PLCs are highly reliable by design, providing seamless control of assembly line robots, conveyor belts, pumps, material handling. Manufacturers use PLCs to monitor and adjust a variety of automated processes such as speed, flow, temperature and more.
PLC platforms are constantly evolving. The field is also expanding and becoming more complex with the influx of new platforms. Our software engineers stay on the forefront of PLC technology. We can help you identify the PLC platform that best fits your application, training and hardware.
PLC Programming for leading and emerging platforms
Our breadth of experience with PLC platforms means you have options. We offer programming services for a wide variety of PLC platforms:
- Rockwell Automation
- Automation Direct
PLC programming to meet all of your needs
CID can provide PLC programming to meet your specific requirements. Our PLC programmers are highly experienced and certified.
Our PLC programming services include:
- Point-to-point verification
- Loop validation
- Input/output testing
- Setting configuration
- Firmware upgrades
- Voltage check
- Industrial networking (Ethernet IP, Modbus TCP, CanNET, DeviceNET, Modbus RTU, RIO, Profinet, Profibus, IOLink)
- Hi-Pot testing
- Remote access configuration (for WIFI, satellite, GSM, and other platforms)
- Onsite commissioning
- Factory Acceptance
- Testing (FAT)