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Microcon ER Series PLC

Microcon+ ER Series Process Logic Control (PLC) is an Industry-first IIoT ready platform suitable for equipment control. It can perform small and medium PLC functions such as data transmission, comparison, calculations, cycling, sub programme calling, network communication, soft-start, multiple layer nesting and medium-sized functions such as PID control.It can, not only perform closed loop analogue control over parameters such as temperature, pressure, flow, but also motion control over position, speed and acceleration.

Digitally Enabled
  • Built-in EEPROM. battery back-up not required
  • 4 ports – one RS485, two ethernet, one USB
  • RS485 Port + RS232 Port – modbus master connectivity
  • Serial display and keypad connectivity – RS232 interface
  • GSM modem connectivity (SMS) for critical alerts
  • Can handle bigger process applications with upto 50 PID control loops
  • Easy programming through IEC 61131-3
  • First platform to have a secured online download possible locally and remotely
  • Capability to build sequence flow charts for operator selection based process control
  • Possibility of online event monitoring via web server

A PLC, or Programmable Logic Controller, is a type of industrial computer that is designed to control and automate industrial processes. PLCs are used in a wide variety of industries, including manufacturing, oil and gas, food and beverage, automotive, and more.


PLCs are often used to control machinery, production lines, and other industrial equipment. They can be programmed to control the operation of sensors, motors, valves, and other devices, and can be used to automate a wide variety of tasks, such as material handling, packaging, assembly, and quality control.

  • Controlling conveyor belts and material handling systems in manufacturing facilities
  • Monitoring and controlling heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in buildings
  • Automating control of pumps and valves in water treatment plants
  • Controlling robotic systems in manufacturing and other industries
  • Monitoring and controlling processes in the oil and gas industry, such as drilling, refining, and distribution