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process controller

A specialized process control device that handles a small amount of I/O in a PID loop. A PLC can serve as a process controller. See PID, PLC and process control.
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We ourselves appoint the process controller, we trust her, we can communicate any thing with her, we do not have any hesitation to propose any changes; not like earlier (Focus group 22, March 2003).
Thus, there is a definite need for communications between the process controller and the intelligent transmitter, called a field bus.
Kulawiak, product manager at temperature and process controller manufacturer Omron Electronics Inc., Schaumburg, Ill.
Using a single process controller, the foundry may manage the entire core production process from sand mixing, core shooting, gas generation, additives and sand supply.
Make your vacuum system more reliable and more flexible by adding a process controller.
CAL's unique drag-and-drop profiling feature on CALgrafix means that a 9500P process controller set up is even quicker and simpler.
EC-SX presses have Toshiba's newest process controller, the Injectvisor-V50, in which calculation speed has been improved 40% for more precise control.
Called the C3 powerPLmC-E20, the new unit is designed as a process controller for use with industry standard drives, including digital servo and stepper drives, plus other devices such as frequency inverters, I/O, HMI and pneumatic valves, in a wide range of manufacturing, automation and process applications.
A multifunctional new process controller that provides motion control and programmable logic control (PLC) in a single unit has been launched in the UK by Motor Technology of Stockport.
The System 2020[TM] Weight Indicator and Process Controller is available in Weight System, Batcher or In-Motion with options to tailor to specific applications.
Watlow has expanded the range of applications for its CPC400, a compact process controller that combines four to eight control loops with user-written logic, Improvements to the CPC400 now permit the controller to be used in thermal systems in which analog inputs are subject to a high level of electrical noise.
All three models--as with the original NSB 400/250--feature spacious molding areas, long transfer tables, quick indexing speeds, and a Siemens S7 closed-loop process controller, Novapax says.

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