A Real µC PLC
Using an AT89S8252 board
Published in issue 352, March 2006
What turns a ?C board into a real PLC? A PLC is a controller with a program stored in memory, where reliability, availability and safety are of the utmost importance. Only when a ?C board can be operated as a PLC and it complies with industrial standards can it be called a real PLC.
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