Programmable Logic Controller PLC 




PR-14 range(Micro PLC) is advanced level model, incorporating a good mix of digital and Analogue IO, Integrated High Speed inputs and PWM output,clock with calendar, counters , timers , integrated keypad display, serial communications and an expansion port. Available in 120V/240VAC or 12V/24VDC versions ; Easy to configure with drag-and-drop function blocks using FREE xLogicSoft software. Program capacity has been enlarged to 512 function blocks as well, also high-speed count reaches 60KHZ. 
PR-14 range offers 4-line*16 characters LCD display and keypad for program modification or display and control whilst program is running. An expansion port allows the connection of up to 16 expansion modules, extending the I/O channel count. Now it is also possible to use the analog output module to solve simple closed-loop control tasks. 
Heating and cooling systems can be designed with the RTD PT100 module using special functions for PI control,ramp response and analog multiplexer.

Product Description

We are offering an array of PLC to cater to our users’ demands . Siemens PLC are one of the perfect SIMATIC controllers for every application. Easy to install and operate, these are designed using advanced technology at our own infrastructure. Siemens PLC offers the perfect programmable logic controller according to the user requirements. These products are available in market at best valued prices and customers can use them to cater to their diversified needs.


  • Less energy consumption
  • Optimum productivity
  • Easy to install

Despite the emergence of alternative control solutions, the popularity of the PLC endures.

There was a time, not so long ago, when the PLC stood as the only viable option for control in industrial automation applications. Today engineers have more choice in the form of industrial PCs, soft PLCs and panel PCs that ape the functionality of the PLC/HMI combination. Engineers could even, if they felt so inclined, build their own custom controller around a Raspberry Pi board.
Despite the emergence of these new control options, there are still many compelling reasons to use a PLC. Here are just ten of them.

Key Features

Since PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) was firstly introduced in 1970 , it has been widely applied to various industrial uses such as machine and process controls. Designed with the latest microprocessor and electronic circuitry, today's compact-size PLCs feature high level of reliability, performance, speed and networking. The use of PLCs in automated production lines improves system reliability, product quality, information sharing, efficiency and flexibility and thus reduces costs. PLC-310 is a self-contained trainer which consists of a MITSUBISHI PLC main unit, I/O devices for simulation and I/O devices that are commonly used. It provides students with a thorough understanding of the theories and applications of programmable logic controllers. This trainer enables students to learn step by step the fundamentals of PLC and more advanced controls used in industry.