PLC with the World's Fastest CPU Scanning Speed

Description

Yokogawa Electric Corporation announces that it will release the FA-M3V range-free multi-controller to the global market by the first quarter of fiscal year 2011. A programmable logic controller (PLC) that delivers unrivaled CPU scanning speed performance, the FA-M3V is well suited not only for the control of conventional discrete manufacturing processes, but also batch processes. The FA-M3V has been very well received since its November 2010 Japan release, and Yokogawa estimates that this and the other models in the FA-M3 series have taken a 30% share of the mid- to large-size PLC market.
Capitalizing on the introduction of the high-performance FA-M3V, Yokogawa will expand its share of the PLC market and thus grow its industrial automation (IA) business. The FA-M3V joins a broad IA product lineup that ranges from distributed control systems (DCSs) to supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems and PLCs.

 
The CENTUM DCS and ProSafe-RS safety instrumented system (SIS) are Yokogawa’s flagship products. These are integrated solutions for oil and gas, petrochemical, chemical, electric power, pulp and paper, pharmaceutical, iron and steel, and water supply and wastewater treatment plants. Yokogawa is also known as a supplier of open-architecture solution systems, and its STARDOM network-based control system and FAST/TOOLS SCADA software are often deployed for oil and natural gas extraction facilities, upstream process equipment such as wellheads and pipelines, and widely-distributed facilities including water treatment plants and co-generation equipment.

Masatoshi Nakahara, General Manager of the Marketing Center at the Industrial Automation Business Headquarters, commented: "This high-performance FA-M3V PLC will meet the needs of customers in a variety of industries. I hope that the FA-M3V will play a leading role in our IA business.”

Specs

  • High CPU scanning speed
  • Small and lightweight
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