AMOT Introduces Programmable Logic Controller

Monday, August 30, 2004
AMOT introduced the TomaHawk model 8635A combining the power of a PLC with the ease of use of an embedded controller. With 120 I/O points, 2 ModBus communications ports, a tachometer input, a four-line 80-character backlit display and a tactile keypad, the TomaHawk is suitable for use with engines, turbines, compressors, generators and other equipment in the most demanding hazardous area applications. AMOT offers a complete line of sensors for temperature, pressure, vibration, impact and liquid level as well as complete range of actuated control valves that directly interface with the TomaHawkTM to complete your engine, turbine, compressor, generator or other hazardous area applications.
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