• PLC-100 Programmable Logic Controller (FATEK PLC) Trainer

PLC-100 Programmable Logic Controller (FATEK PLC) Trainer

Model : PLC-100

     Since PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) was firstly introduced in 1970, it has been widely applied to various industries such as machine and process controls. Designed with the latest microprocessor and electronic circuitry, today's compact-size PLCs feature high level of reliability, performance, speed and networking. The use of PLCs in automated production lines enhances system reliability, product quality, information sharing, efficiency and flexibility and thus reduces costs.
     PLC-100 is a self-contained trainer which consists of a FATEK PLC main unit and commonly used I/O devices for simulation. It provides students with a thorough understanding of the theories and applications of programmable logic controllers. This trainer enables students to learn step by step from the fundamentals of PLC to more advanced controls used in industry.

  1. Win Proladder operations
      (1) Editing ladder program
      (2) Testing ladder program
      (3) Monitoring status
  2. Basic control circuits
      (1) Self-holding circuit
      (2) Flashing control
      (3) Inching control
      (4) Single button control
  3. Light control
      (1) Simple light control
      (2) Complex light control
  4. Traffic light control
      (1) Traffic light controller (conventional)
      (2) Traffic light controller (step)
  5. Digital clock control 
      (1) 7-segment display control
      (2) Time clock
  6. Step motor control
      (1) Speed and direction control
      (2) Encoder operation
      (3) Step motor and encoder
      (4) Step motor's step display
  7. Tank filling device control
      (1) Tank filling control
      (2) Tank filling control with thumbwheel
  8. Keypad control
      (1) Keypad operation
      (2) Digital lock control
  9. DC motor control
      (1) PWM speed controller
      (2) Proximity and micro switches
      (3) Automatic speed control
10. Multiple PLC trainers
      (1) Connecting PLCs via RS-485
      (2) Connecting PLCs via Ethernet
1. Input-simulation switches function as level and pulse input for different input signal
2. Installation of output relay helps to increase load current
3. Easy-to-use, Windows-based development software
4. Assorted peripheral devices and other devices that support external extensions, it is particularly suitable for laboratory experiment and project implementation
5. Various simulations I/O devices for the convenience of studying and observing the results
6. Using 4mm safety sockets on Input / Output terminals to ensure users' safety
7. The suitcase-design makes it easy to carry, move and store