Control - VersaMax


While PLCs should be both powerful and reliable, some operations require the added features of flexibility and versatility for their controllers. For this reason, GE Intelligent Platforms has developed the VersaMax PLC, part of an innovative control family that combines a powerful CPU with a broad selection of I/O modules, terminations, and power supplies. Plus, its communication modules link to a variety of networks.

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VersaMax Nano & Micro
For operational environments where panel space is limited but high volume applications and processor speeds are required, we offer VersaMax Micro & Nano PLC. With its all-in-one construction, this compact PLC provides maximum functionality, including up to 64 I/O points (expandable to 176 I/O points), fast cycle times, a robust instruction set and extensive memory to multiply your programming options. Its modular design allows for flexibility and easy installation.

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VersaMax PLC
VersaMax PLC provides reliability and increased uptime because of its Six Sigma design, intuitive diagnostics, and hot I/O module insertion. Its broad family offers 34 different I/O modules, powerful PLC CPU, open networking, and multiple wiring options. Its combination of feature-rich I/O and powerful CPU provides the performance to meet any industry needs.

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VersaMax I/O
When it comes to your I/O equipment, the key factors in reducing production costs are versatility, affordability, and ease of use. As a universal I/O, VersaMax gives you the freedom to connect to a variety of host controllers, including PLCs, DCS, and PC control systems. With its low cost compact design, modular and scalable architecture and intuitive easy to use features, you can dramatically improve your operating performance while saving time and money.

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