Just because your legacy machinery has worked without issue for years doesn’t mean the future won’t hold any problems. When you’re working with a legacy system, you’ve got to be prepared for what might happen that could result in unexpected downtime.… Read More »
With the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), you can blaze ahead of the competition.
The Industrial Internet not only implements cutting-edge technology for your PLC but also enables you to employ solutions in real-time to protect and enhance the processes on your factory floor.… Read More »
If you have one of GE’s flagship PLCs—including the 90-30 and the 90-70, among others—it’s likely you’ve considered migrating over the years.
If you’re ready to migrate and are considering replacing your legacy GE PLC to the PAC Systems RX3i, get ready to experience some huge ROI from advanced technology.
Replacing your Genius I/O blocks as they become obsolete means updating your PLC platform to accommodate these changes.… Read More »
Since Genius I/O blocks will be officially discontinued as of June 2017, it’s understandable that you’d look into migrating and your PLC to upgrade to an active GE product.
Your legacy PLC supports Genius I/O blocks.… Read More »
When GE introduced their Genius line of I/O blocks in 1985, they offered automation advantages that other components couldn’t.
These benefits included predictable operations for PLC systems, accelerated troubleshooting and diagnostics, shorter wiring routes, and fewer system failures.… Read More »
As advancements in automation continue, many legacy or mature PLC systems still continue to work just fine. However, what happens when your automation systems aren’t able to integrate with current technology? Without a PLC migration, you’re left without the benefits of inter-connectivity and increased performance and productivity, despite having an automation system that still works.… Read More »