Cleia presents its new OpenCer PLC control system

Based on Cleia’s expertise with ­Pccer and Wincer PLC control systems (more than 600 running systems worldwide) and the power of Wonderware, the world leader in control systems, Cleia will introduce its new OpenCer PLC control system at Ceramitec.

OpenCer is designed with “Energy” and “Maintenance” modules allowing energy savings and production optimization. It is an open system enabling easy interface with production tools and company networks and dedicated to heavy clay production units. OpenCer is:

› Upgradable: Easy upgrades functions adapting to the expansion and modernization of plants
› Secure and dependable: Double core system platform and unlimited storage of production data
› Intuitive: Ergonomic operator interface with graphic designs
› Customizable: Easy parameter customization by the users

Hall B5, Stand 323/424

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