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FPS 2 - Free Programmable Control Device Hardware

The FPS 2 - (German abbreviation: Frei Programmierbare Steuerung) - is a so called free programmable control system. It is presumed to be the predecessor of the FPS 3. The PLC is designed for industrial applications. As against the FPS 3 the FPS 2 is not free programmable by the user, but control programs were written in AWL, compiled and finally burned into an EPROM by means of a programming tool.

The production and marketing were pursued by the company KML Elektronik GmbH. PLCs of this type are still working nowadays in numerous older bag making machines, which have been manufactured by LEMO Maschinenbau GmbH and which were updated later by the former company RENOVA Plastikmaschinen GmbH. The company KML Elektronik does no more exist since 2002.

Ansicht FPS 2

We provide to users of a FPS 2 PLC a comprehensive technical support at favourable prices:

  • Inspection and repair of defective devices.

  • Short-term supply of spare in the form of overhauled devices.

  • Any second hand equipment delivered is rebuilt and tested.

  • Recovery of Your control program after a total breakdown.

Hinweis: All software ever written for the FPS 2 up to now is archived only in form of machine code. In case of a total hardware failure Your control program can be recovered, supposed it has been archived before. We strongly recommend to backup your program data and to put into archives being well prepared for the worst case. Please visit our Technical support for a qualified maintanance and reconditioning of your machine(s).

In the following table you will find the components and services currently available.

Available FPS 2 components
Component Description Item No. Price €
Bisic board CPU FPS 2 910500284 on inquiry
Extension board FPS 2/8 910500285 on inquiry
Program EPROM 27 C 16 910500286 95.--

The indicated prices are to be seen plus the valid V.A.T.

Inquiries concerning the delivery of the above mentioned components are to be addressed to Robert Warnke

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