What’s the Difference Between a PLC and PAC? (.PDF Download)

Programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and programmable automation controllers (PACs) are industrial computers constructed and adapted for manufacturing environments. These computers are the brains of a manufacturing operation, providing highly reliable control of automation equipment.

PLCs and PACs are very similar to each other as they both perform the same essential functions. And, with

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