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Modernize outdated PLC controls

More and more industrial companies are relying on new programmable logic controllers such as the popular PLC system "Siemens Simatic S7 control with the series S7-300, S7-200 and S7-400 ".

Nowadays, for example, the Siemens S5 control is considered outdated technology because it no longer fully meets the requirements of modern production systems.

In addition, there is the possibility of production standstills, as many problems are often difficult to solve. And if a high-bay warehouse is blocked for days for such a reason, it is certainly no fun.

A modernization to "Siemens PLC S7" or another powerful PLC brings considerable advantages. An experienced service provider for PLC programming can also connect older machines with the latest IT technology in order to meet the requirements of Industry 4.0.

What are the risks if you don't modernize the Simatic S5 controller?

When operating the Siemens Simatic S5 controller, there is not just one problem, but a bundle of risks. A combination of several problems can already lead to critical stress in your company.

For example, if the only palletizer that you have fails, then your production is likely to be severely restricted or no longer possible. However, if just one old pallet binder has stopped working, then this is probably not particularly tragic. We would be happy to find out your current threat potential with you.

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