Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) are microprocessor-based devices used to control industrial processes or machines. PLCs
were originally designed to replace control relays, timers and counters found in conventional hardwired control systems. From
this origin, PLCs have expanded in capability to perform virtually all of the complex functions required to control an
industrial process or machine. Today's PLCs can provide advanced functions, including analog monitoring, control and high
speed motion control. PLCs can also share data over communication networks.
The ELC (Eaton Logic Controllers) family of PLC products is the most recent offering in the marketplace. Designed using the
latest technology, the ELC products are small and feature-rich. An abundance of module options allow users to specify their
ELC solution so that it is "Just Right", satisfying requirements and saving space, time and money.