Micro PLC

Available now from Control Logic, the Panasonic FP0H is a micro-sized PLC that occupies just 42mm of DIN-rail space, providing onboard data logging and flexible connectivity at an entry-level price.

The unit can be expanded up to 384 digital and analogue I/Os using Panasonic’s FP0H and FP0R expansion hardware. It offers two channels of network connectivity for industrial protocols such as Ethernet I/P and Modbus, as well as various serial options.

Other key features include data logging to SD card, unlimited PID, a timer, a counter and free access to thousands of preconfigured function blocks through Panasonic’s FPWIN Pro7 software using all five IEC61131-3 languages and allowing hardware-free simulation.

Configuration and commissioning time is reduced using a positional control wizard for hard computational setup for counting, and two-axis x-y linear interpolation.

Control Logic
1800 557 705


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