PLC stands for Programmable Logic Controller. It is a digital computer-based control system commonly used in industrial automation to monitor and control machinery or processes. A PLC is designed to withstand harsh industrial environments and is typically used to automate tasks that require precision, reliability, and flexibility. It consists of a programmable microprocessor, input and output modules, and various communication interfaces.
PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers) work by executing a program or set of instructions to control and automate industrial processes.
More information can be found in our PLCs guide.