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Vendors and Manufacturers

Rockwell Automation
Rockwell Automation is the parent company to Allen Bradley, the manufacturer of one of the worlds leading PLC/PAC families. Find information about RSLogix 500, RSLogix 5000, Factory Talk and all other programming, monitoring and visualization software.
Allen Bradley
Allen Bradley is the manufacturer of one of the worlds leading PLC/PAC families. Find information about the ControlLogix, SLC500, PLC5, MicroLogix, PanelView Plus and a full family of industrial control hardware.
Siemens Automation
Siemens Automation is the manufacturer of a full line of industrial automation hardware and software. Most popular in Europe, Siemens is becoming a popular choice in the USA.
Automation Direct
Automation Direct is a supplier of a full line of affordable industrial control hardware and software.
Banner Engineering
Banner Engineering is the manufacturer of the most popular line of industrial sensors used in the USA.
Turck Industrial Automation
Turck is the manufacturer of a full line of industrial sensors and controls with a specialty in inductive proximety sensors.
Modicon PLC's
Modicon PLC's are sold by Schneider Electric. Schneider Electric is a full source supplier of Industrial Automation and supplies. Modicon was the first PLC and was developed by Richard Morley. (See the history section of the website).

Educational Resources

Northampton Community College
Northampton Community College is a full service community college located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. NCC offers several Associate degrees in technology deciplines including industrial automation (Electromechanical Technology)
The Learning Pit
The Learning Pit is the home of the LogixPro PLC Simulator. Purchase the software, join the learning community, share idea's and solutions with other students.
PLCs dot Net
PLC training resource that is not geared to an individual manfacturer. Written in plain simple language, learn about PLC's and PLC applications.
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