Programmable Logic Controls

Marketing the Brain Behind Manufacturing

Programmable Logic Controls:

Marketing the Brain Behind Manufacturing

Rack mount and distributed Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are the brains of modern manufacturing lines. Essential for the smooth and efficient operation of today’s manufacturing plants, PLCs help to ensure that products are produced consistently and to high quality standards. PLCs also help to improve safety by automating tasks that could be dangerous for humans. Used to automate industrial processes and machines across vertical markets, PLCs improve efficiency, productivity, and quality in a wide variety of manufacturing processes.

PLCs control the operation of machines

For example, PLCs control the operation of machines, such as robots, conveyors, and stamping presses. They control the flow of materials and fluids in industrial processes, such as in chemical plants and oil refineries. PLCs collect data from sensors and other devices and can even be used to create human-machine interfaces (HMIs) that allow operators to interact with the control system. 

TECH B2B’s engineers and subject matter experts understand the advantages that PLCs offer. Programming flexibility enables PLCs to control a wide variety of processes and equipment. PLCs are rugged and reliable and can withstand the harsh conditions of industrial environments. PLCs are relatively inexpensive to purchase and maintain, making them a cost-effective tool for modern manufacturing automation. 

As manufacturing automation continues to evolve, the role of PLCs will become even more important. PLCs will be used to control increasingly complex processes and to collect and analyze data to improve decision-making. PLCs will also be used to connect manufacturing plants to the Internet of things (IoT), enabling them to share data with other systems and devices.

Tech Insights

  • PLCs manage machinery, material flow, and data collection in various industries, including manufacturing, with the capability to create human-machine interfaces.

  • TECH B2B's experts recognize PLC benefits: versatile, robust, cost-effective automation for industrial processes and equipment.

  • PLCs will play a pivotal role in advancing manufacturing automation, controlling complexity, data analysis, and integrating with IoT for enhanced connectivity.

PLCs control the operation of machines

Marketing to the Future of Manufacturing

The future of manufacturing is bright, and PLCs will play a major role in that future. Tech B2B has worked with some of the largest PLC manufacturers in the world. From helping to develop and deliver training programs that cover everything from PLC simulation/programming to after-market service, our engineers and subject matter experts can help make sure you put your system’s best foot forward.

If you’re trying to position your newest product entry into the small form factor distributed PLC market or massive IO connectivity including Ethercat, Ethernet, and discreet IO, give TECH B2B a call. Our video and training services can help increase your visibility while educating your partner network.

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PLCs control the operation of machines
Programmable Logic Controls

Marketing the Brain Behind Manufacturing