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Compact, modular mid-range PLCs

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THE Delta compact, modular mid-range AS series PLCs are high-performance, multi-purpose controllers designed for all kinds of automated equipment, according to local supplier ElectroMechanica (EM).

They feature Delta’s self-developed 32-bit SoC (System on Chip) CPUs for enhanced execution speed (up to 40 k steps/ms), and also supports up to 32 extension modules or up to 1 024 I/O points. The series provides accurate positioning control for up to eight axes via CANopen motion network and a maximum six axes via pulse control (200 kHz).

“The Delta AS series of PLCs is widely used in diverse automated equipment such as electronics manufacturing, labelling, food packaging and textile machines,” said EM Product Manager William Cameron.

Features include a robust non-backplane design and patented DIN rail clips for vertical module installation and replacement. ISPSoft editing software for programming, hardware configuration, network communication, system diagnostics and positioning planning.

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