Siemens SIMATIC S7-200 PLC Repair and Testing

PLCs power production within plants across the globe Found within assembly lines or within a robotic work cell, PLCs power the manufacturing process within multiple industries. Devices manufactured by Siemens have become a popular option over the years, with the SIMATIC line of controllers leading the pack. The current generation SIMATIC S7-1200 controller contains the…Read more

ControlLogix 5000 PLC System by Allen-Bradley

How does ICR repair the Allen-Bradley ControlLogix 5000 PLC System? The experience and knowledge of ICR’s electronic technicians allow them to repair PLCs day-in, day-out. Their expertise repairing Allen-Bradley products extends to a rather lengthy list of capabilities. Our technicians verify each repaired part using our custom-built in-house Allen-Bradley ControlLogix 5000 PLC testing system. Each…Read more

Allen-Bradley’s 1785 PLC-5 Controller System

Repaired parts tested by Allen-Bradley 1785 PLC-5 Test System ICR’s electronic technicians repair Allen-Bradley’s 1785 PLC-5® controllers with the knowledge and expertise built up over years. Backed by an testing system custom built in-house by ICR’s engineering department, ICR technicians repair these plc controllers with ease. They follow a specific and detailed process highlighted by…Read more

Allen-Bradley 1756 GuardLogix PLC repaired

In-house, engineer built PLC testing equipment ICR industrial engineers designed and built our Allen-Bradley GuardLogix testing evaluation stand. Once we receive parts from customers or prospective customer sites, ICR’s repair process begins with a thorough cleaning. If an evaluation is needed, technicians will comb over the part and determine the issues at play. Parts found…Read more

Repairing Allen-Bradley Micro800 PLC Control Systems

Restoring Allen-Bradley Micro800 Control Systems ICR’s testing system allows for verifying all repairs performed on the Micro800 series PLC controllers. The system was developed, designed and cutom-built in-house by our industrial engineering group. Our repair process includes a thorough cleaning to ensure operability after the procedure concludes. Technicians then replace any failed components featured within…Read more

How do PLCs work?

What is a PLC? A PLC, or a programmable logic controller, is essentially a computer. However, unlike a personal computer, PLCs are specialized and control machines, and processes using logical commands. These miniature CPUs are designed to withstand an industrial environment and to interface flexibly with inputs and outputs within a real-life application. Using a personal computer…Read more