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I want to take this opportunity to thank you on all of the help that you have given to me throughout the course of this project. Your support has been exceptional. From start to finish you have been able to answer all of my questions. Your product knowledge is remarkable.

As far as the PLC itself goes. WOW! At first I was a little concerned as to whether or not it would be able to handle the task. I have included as an attachment the code for both the Master and the Slave. The system works great and as such we now have an in house control system that we can alter to our needs as necessity demands.

I have included pictures of the contruction of the Asphalt Distributor Truck as well as pictures of the final project. Please feel free to post any thing that I have included in this email if you feel it would be of any help to your other customers.

Ken Talley
Project Manager
Western States Surfacing  (Ken.Talley@chipseal.com)    - Jan 6, 2003

For the past 15 years, we've used nearly all brands on the market - Siemens, Hitachi, Modicon, Mitsubitshi and so on - to set up control systems. Recently, we came to know about the TRi brand of PLCs and the difference between the traditional brands and the TRi brand is amazing. Just ask my programmers and they will tell you that the TRi-PLCs are just the best system to fit nearly all you would like to do in automation. Linking digital devices, analog devices, PWM, stepper controlling, High speed counters etc. - all these features in a small compact PLC. And not forgetting that the TLserver software enables the PLC to be connected to the Internet, send e-mails and capture data to the MS-Excel spreadsheet. These are powerful features to put into such a small PLC!

I recently calculated the cost of the last system my company did. We used the TRi-PLC and it costs $295. Had we done it with a Hitachi configuration, it would easily set us back by $3,000. Now, that's a significant difference. We also had a bad wiring when we first connect power to the PLC. But the TRi-PLC is really designed to withstand abuses and minimize the resulting damages. An added bonus is the first class service we received from the tech support team at TRi. This, you definitely have to find out for yourself because you may not believe it otherwise. Their service is not 100%, but 1000%, when you compare it with others.

Our programmers and I will from now on avoid using other systems as we are completely satisfied with the advantages and benefits offered by TRi-PLCs. If you need more info, you can always contact me by email: ridders.pack@pandora.be or by phone: 00-32-53-833512 Our address is: RIDDER'S Terlicht 45 9451 Kerksken Belgium.

"You know what I've just discovered? Your PLC's are the best on the market- So many people are yet to realize this. I've had the opportunity to work with Omron and Allen Bradley PLCs and read about others but none has the ease and power of programming / features packed into your T100MD+ PLCs. Keep up the excellent work.  - Elvis  (elvis.sogunro@cchbc.com)"

" The perfect example of the new emerging PLC technology market. Internet compatibility, smaller, cheaper, better customer service, and even free software, just to name some of the advantages of TRI as a new market leader...." 

Don Fitchett,  Business Industrial Network.

"Thank you ever so much. I appreciate all that you have done to assist me. I really enjoy working with the PLC. It is doing a great job and I look forward to installing many more of them. It is difficult at times to get people to accept that someone else product will do the job as the old run of the mill equipment. Thank you again."

- Fred Anderson, I&C Tech
Oklahoma Gas and Electric

From:      "MICHAEL BUZBEE" <MBUZBEE@worldnet.att.net>
To:     <info@tri-plc.com>
Subject:     T100MD-1616
Date sent:     Thu, 6 Apr 2000 19:59:45 -0500

First I would like to say how much my customers like your PLCs. They are very reliable and do not create any down time for the machines that they are on. I have written to you about 2 systems that I have in Nashville, TN. That have been running now over a year without problem. The maintenance electrician at the customer called last week and had a question and I asked how the system was doing and he replied there has been no problems and he did not even know that this system was there until a tornado hit the building. How is that for no problems?
" I think the E10-npn is a gem. I work in R&D and machine building for Die-Tech, Inc. We manufacture custom electronic assembly equipment and the E10 has proven to be a perfect fit for us. For example, we re-engineered a material unreeler that used to use relays; The E10 made the electronics box smaller, cooler running, and more robust. And in the bargain, our manufacturing cost was cut by two-thirds. That's real value in a product.

In the R&D department, I use the PLC to replace the now-defunct S10 PLC from Omron. Not only is the E10 more compact, its software is cheaper (free vs $1500) and easier to use. And theres another price advantage - I save about $300 over the intallation cost of an Omron. The E10s in that department get re-wired and re-programmed on a weekly basis. ....  you have to take my word that the E10 can do serious work for such a small package. And if that weren't enough, the service I get is excellent, too. Delivery is faster than most domestic manufacterers, and while I hate to say I broke an E10 (and it was my fault- always finish installation before you add power!) the device is simple enough that I could pinpoint the damage and get a repair part right away from Triangle Research. And the chip I killed was thoughfully socketed, so no soldering was required to make the repair. Try that with your Allen-Bradley!"

Download User's own application Notes: dietech1.zip

Michael Dennis, USA (info@die-tech.com)
Die-Tech, Inc. (http://www.die-tech.com)

"I wish to complement you on your product. I have been learning the programming of a PLC for the first time and I have found your PLC to be quite remarkable. The ease of programming TRILOGI software and the ability to simulate the program is very useful. Also, finding your company and purchasing the PLC using the Internet was much appreciated.

The PLC we purchased has been working tirelessly all winter in a less than hospitable environment. Our equipment is placed far away from our offices, so it is comforting knowing the equipment is operating with the minimum of supervision.  A description of our application can be found at: http://www.amarine.com/sampler/sampler.html "

- David Bell, USA.(User of T100MD1616)
Applied Marine Sciences

"It was the only units that combined I/O's and A/D with mathematical capabilities as well as a display for that price. ....So far it has been very easy to program and can generate quite powerful programs very quickly"

- Greg Dwyer, Australia
(User of T100MX-3224R and MDS100)

.. I would like to add that I have two T100MD1616 running in an environment of 120 Deg. F.  They have been running for 3 months 24 hours a day 7 days a week with perfect performance. I have replaced some of my Siemens PLC applications with your product.

- Michael Buzbee,
Advanced Packaging Concepts, USA

I am currently using T100MD-1616 for a control project. It is   great. However, a 8-bit DAC seems inadequate. I actually  contacted our local distributor the other day, wondering if you have a high resolution DAC built-in a different model. If you do  not have, I strongly suggest you to consider this option in your future deverlopment. As for programming, TX100-1616 has no competitor at   this stage, and it is so easy to program!

Hong Du, Polyaire SA Australia   61(08)8359 8466

I can not say enough good things about the great job that you did with the network capability of the PLCs - it positions us as the most cost effective network controller with digital and analog I/O. No other manufacturer can beat our cost per I/O point. The Modbus RTU protocol is the most important feature for the network - I use it for the touch panel out port #1, and NETCMD$ for COMM with the washers out port #3 in the Version 2 Gurtler software.

- Larry Wincester, larryw@pc-io.com
(User of T100MD1616 and US distributor)

Your PLC got proof and nice working condition on board of aircraft.  If I have any more projects in future, we'll take more PLC's. Thanks a lot for nice product.

Alex Soliternik. New York USA,  Lyuk3 Express Inc
(Use T44H-npn for controlling smoke candle on aircraft performing airshow)

"I like the T100MD-1616. For all the features and hardware the price is good. ... It does seem to be a rugged unit and has withstood some abuse without failing".

- Douglas Hylton. USA

"I use TRiLOGI in the college classroom. I have each student download and install TriLOGI on their home computer, and I then give them programming assignments to do at home. They individually write, run and debug their PLC programs, and then email their program files to me for testing and grading. Since TRiLOGI will simulate PLC operation off-line, each student is able to obtain hands-on programming and debugging experience without having to wait for their turn on an expensive laboratory PLC. The students enjoy using TRiLOGI because they can see their programs run at home without loading them into an actual PLC, it is easy to learn, and the cost for the off-line version is zero."

Prof John Hackworth, Old Dominion Univeristy

ˇFelicitaciones a TRILOGI por un producto excelente!.Estoy utilizando un PLC de la linea TMX. Al programarlo he usado el simulador que es una poderosa herramienta que hace ahorrar horas de pruebas. De otro modo uno debe utilizar el PLC real conectado a muchas llaves que simulan entradas. La posibilidad de simular el programa sin conectar el PLC, disponiendo ademas de las comodisimas pantallas que muestran el estado de entradas, salidas, reles, timers, contadores y variables internas permite realizar los programas, corregirlos y depurarlos con mucha comodidad y rapidez. Por otro lado el lenguaje ladder con TBASIC es potentisimo pues tiene muchas funciones muy utiles incorporadas, como el manejo con rampas para motores paso a paso o el algoritmo de control PID, que se programan con mucha simplicidad. A esto hay que sumarle la mejor relacion precio/prestaciones del mercado.

Mg. Ing. Andres Lage,
San Juan - Argentina

email: alage@inaut.unsj.edu.ar


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