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LT3000 series PLC

September 2014 PLCs, DCSs & Controllers

The integrated, compact LT3000 series PLC from Pro-face combines lamps, meter graphs and other display devices with switches, buttons and various operation functions. In addition to reducing wire consumption and saving space, this design minimises the number of electric parts, thus ensuring a long service life.

Compact in design, the LT3000 is provided with standard I/Os that can function as special I/Os. Advanced control of high/low pulses up to 65 kHz and high-speed counters up to 100 kHz are provided. The powerful I/O interface supports not only equipment requiring switches and lamps but also sophisticated equipment requiring advanced positioning.

All LT3000 models are equipped with a USB (host) interface. As a result, USB thumb drives can be used for easy collection and transmission of screen data and production data. The LT-3300 is equipped with an Ethernet interface that enables real-time collection and management of production data by using the Pro-Server EX. This unit incorporates a full graphics capability that can display text and images even on a small screen. The user can choose either an STN colour display or a monochrome (amber/red switchable) display to suit specific needs.



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