industrial controller


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industrial controller

A computer-based device that is specialized for manufacturing and process control. The primary categories are distributed control system (DCS), programmable logic controller (PLC) and programmable automation controller (PAC). See DCS, PLC, PAC and industrial automation.
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To integrate the mechanical system of the robot and the industrial controller CompactRIO, to the environment of LabVIEW, the programming and interconnection scheme of the figure was developed in Figure 10, which is programmed in the industrial controller [24].
The controller KRGN 90 is an industrial controller namely for the control of continuous processes.
The fuzzy controller, which normalizes uncertain nonlinearities, was developed and implemented in industrial controller Siemens S7-300.
The company also recently introduced the first industrial controller to obtain ISA/IEC 62443-4-2 certification.
The groov EPIC edge programmable industrial controller now includes international standard IEC 61131-3 programming options in addition to the existing flowchart and custom user-written options.
This will enable OEMs to reduce the need to implement industrial controllers and PC-based architectures, while maintaining high performance.
"More worrying is that attackers have demonstrated they have the inclination and resources to diversify their attacks, targeting the sensors that are used to provide data to the industrial controllers themselves.
However, since the inertia of most of the industrial controllers is small enough in comparison to the inertia of the controlled plant, the algorithm of control in the controllers is close to the "law" and this term is widely used.

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