R.L. Consulting, Inc.’s talented and skilled employees are dedicated to quality and customer satisfaction.
Each one of our team members have actual hands-on project and plant experience.
Our company’s vision is to identify the specific needs of all of our customers and to fill those needs by providing the best detailed solution.
- Electrical Controls Design
- Project Management
- Controls Programming
- CAD Drafting of
- Panel Design and Build
- Controls Training
- Drive System Support
- Service and Support
- Allen-Bradley PLC2, PLC-3, PLC5, SLC500, Control Logix family, Drives, Panelview and Panelview Plus, RSView32 HMI, and RSView Studio HMI
- Control Logix and PLC interfaces on Ethernet, Control Net, Device Net, Profibus, Modbus TCP, DH+, Remote IO, and RS232/422
- Automax Drive Control system, Reliance Drives
…and much more!
- GE Fanuc
- InSource / Wonderware
We realize the key to our success lies in our relationships with our customers.
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