Emergency PLC Repair Services
PLC Paramedics is the Mid-Atlantic’s most trusted choice for PLC repair and emergency PLC repair services. Our PLC service area includes Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, along with the parts of New Jersey, New York, and North Carolina. Our guaranteed 2 hour response time during 8am to 4pm EST Monday through Friday, means you’ll get a return phone call from a qualified PLC technician within 2 hours of your call to us. We carry over 200 different versions of programming software and over 100 programming cables to handle your unique PLC repair needs: allen bradley plc repair, siemens plc repair, etc. We’re ready to serve you on a moment’s notice. Learn more about our PLC repair.
On-Site PLC Programming & PLC Troubleshooting
Our PLC technicians have experience with many different PLC and HMI platforms from the newest controllers to ones that are 20 or 30 years old. We have the test tools required to get to the root of your problem and determine how to get you back on track quickly. We are able to troubleshoot and diagnose your control system problems at your place of business. In many cases we’re able to get you up and running in the first visit. Learn more about our on-site PLC programming service.
PLC Control System Installation & Project Development Services
Our PLC programming service goes beyond just troubleshooting. We have a combined 40 years of experience in troubleshooting, programming, system installation and system design. Our PLC programming technicians can design a control system from the ground up, modify a control panel you currently have, add new components to an existing system, or migrate your controller to perform in a new way. Learn more about our PLC control system installation services.
Matt has been working with PLC programming and Electrical Control Systems since graduating from technical high school back in 1986. He immediately got a job as a service technician with a packaging machinery distributor and was exposed to many different types of electrical control systems. He was still working in this capacity when PLCs first began making their way into machine control systems in a widespread way in the late 80’s and early 90’s. After a successful career in the packaging industry, Matt took the opportunity to work for a medical device manufacturer where he was further exposed to more complex PLC control systems. In 1998, Matt took the leap of starting his own business, focusing on onsite troubleshooting and programming PLCs and other automation equipment, building a customer base mainly from word-of-mouth and referrals from satisfied customers. Continuing on this path has allowed the company to grow into a (5) person team of qualified professionals to continue to satisfy the needs of our growing customer base. 2016 sees the company name changing from Sun Services to PLC Paramedics and continued growth.