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PLC MTBF – PLC Failure Rates

Ironically the use of MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) fails as a tool when used for PLCs as a whole.  In part because because the PLC has such a high MTBF. But for the most part because the environments in which PLCs are used vary so greatly and that parts fail, are stocked and replaced on a module level, not the whole PLC.

PLC Controller Failure Rates - PLC MTBF

To learn more about how to best prepare for PLC failure, make stock decisions and increase machine reliability as a whole, read PLC Controller Failure Rates – PLC MTBF.

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October 4, 2013 - Posted by | Electrical, engineering, maintenance, manufacturing, PLC | , , ,

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