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Most OEM customers are looking for a company to integrate programmable logic controllers (PLCs) into their machinery. PEKO can integrate programmable logic controllers (PLCs) in the electrical panels of machinery, hardware, and equipment.

Our team can help you program, choose, or integrate these devices into existing or new designs. From prototype volumes to production volumes of dozens or hundreds, PEKO is well versed in PLC integration.

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What Are Programmable Logic Controllers?

Programmable logic controllers, or PLCs for short, are devices used by engineers to manage and control industrial processes. They are essentially small computers that can be programmed to carry out a variety of tasks depending on the needs of the user.

While there are many different types and brands of PLCs available on the market, they all share common features and functions. PEKO performs PLC integration in most of the machines we manufacture for our customers.

Manufacturers of programmable logic controllers (PLCs) must constantly update their products to keep up with the latest technology. For example, PLCs used to require a lot of programming code to make them work, but nowadays they can be configured using drag-and-drop tools.

This means that engineers no longer have to write code for every little task; they can simply select the function they need from a library of pre-written modules. Additionally, PLCs can now be controlled using mobile devices, which makes them more versatile and user-friendly. As always, manufacturers are working on even more innovative ways to improve their products and stay ahead of the competition.


Who Are the Top Manufacturers of PLCs?

We all know about the big brands of programmable logic controllers. The brands of course vary by feature, industry, compatibility, and use case, but PEKO is familiar with most.

The most common PLCs we are working with are:

  • Siemens
  • Allen Bradley
  • Beckhoff
  • Delta Tau

You can trust our team with all aspects of programming, installation, testing, and troubleshooting for any type or brand of PLC that you need to be installed on your machine. We work closely with our clients to ensure their needs are met throughout every step in this process.

If you’re ready to get started integrating PLCs into your machinery, contact PEKO today!

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