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Author Lin, Su-Chen Jonathon, author.

Title Programmable logic controllers / S.C. Jonathon Lin.

Publication Info. Connecticut : Industrial Press, Inc., [2016]

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Description 1 online resource (xi, 437 pages) : illustrations
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
20160720 NP
Note Includes index.
Audience Specialized.
Note Print version record.
Summary Assuming no knowledge on the subject, this book defines everything you need to know about programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and features ample examples and breakdowns of important topics as well as review questions at the end of each chapter. -- Edited summary from book.
Contents Cover -- Front Matter -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Half Title -- Chapter 1 -- Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers -- 1.1 Defi nition of PLC -- 1.2 History of PLCs -- 1.3 PLC Components -- 1.4 PLC Operation Principle -- 1.5 PLC Applications -- 1.6 PLC Categories -- Review Questions -- Chapter 2 -- Electrical Control Fundamentals -- 2.1 Electrical Control Systems -- 2.2 Ladder Diagrams -- 2.3 Input Devices -- 2.4 Logic Elements -- 2.5 Output Devices -- 2.6 A Simple Electrical Control Circuit -- 2.7 Analyzing Electrical Control Circuits -- Review Questions -- Chapter 3 -- Number Systems and Codes -- 3.1 Number Systems -- 3.2 Decimal Number System -- 3.3 Binary Number System -- 3.4 Octal Number System -- 3.5 Hexadecimal Number System -- 3.6 Number Conversions -- 3.7 ASCII Codes -- 3.8 Binary Coded Decimal (BCD) -- 3.9 Gray Codes -- 3.10 PLC Data Formats -- 3.11 Floating-Point Decimal Numbers -- Review Questions -- Chapter 4 -- Logic Basics and Boolean Algebra -- 4.1 Binary Operations -- 4.2 Three Basic Logic Operations -- 4.3 Boolean Algebra -- 4.4 Converting Logic Gates to Boolean Equations -- 4.5 Input Elements -- 4.6 Converting Boolean Equations to Ladder Diagrams -- 4.7 Constructing State Tables from Boolean Equations -- Review Questions -- Chapter 5 -- Simplifying Logic Circuits -- 5.1 Boolean Algebra Postulates -- 5.2 Boolean Algebra Laws -- 5.3 Using Boolean Algebra Laws to Simplify Logic Circuits -- 5.4 Logic Simplifying Examples -- 5.5 The Karnaugh Map Method -- 5.6 3-Variable Karnaugh Maps -- 5.7 4-Variable Karnaugh Maps -- Review Questions -- Chapter 6 -- State Combination Circuits Design -- 6.1 State Combination Type Versus Sequential Control -- 6.2 State Combination Circuits -- 6.3 Multiple-Input Single-Output (MISO) Circuits -- 6.4 Adding a Memory Element.
6.5 Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) Circuits -- Review Questions and Problems -- Chapter 7 -- Logic Circuit Design Using State Diagram Method -- 7.1 What Is a State Diagram? -- 7.2 Procedure for Developing State Diagrams -- 7.3 Momentary Action Versus Maintained Action -- 7.4 Design Examples -- 7.5 Multiple Outputs -- 7.6 Initial Conditions -- 7.7 Outputs with More Than Two Possible States -- 7.8 Timers and Counters -- Review Questions -- Chapter 8 -- PLC Memory and File Structure -- 8.1 Memory -- 8.2 Memory Capacity -- 8.3 Memory Structure -- 8.4 Memory Structure for Allen-Bradley SLC 500 -- Review Questions -- Chapter 9 -- Discrete Input and Output Modules -- 9.1 Input and Output Systems -- 9.2 Memory Mapping -- 9.3 Input Interface Modules -- 9.4 Input Field Devices -- 9.5 Output Interface Modules -- Review Questions -- Chapter 10 -- Analog Input and Output Modules -- 10.1 Analog Input Signals -- 10.2 Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) -- 10.3 Analog-to-Digital Conversion Methods -- 10.4 Digital-to-Analog Conversion Methods -- 10.5 Analog Input Modules -- 10.6 Analog Output Modules -- 10.7 Scaling Analog Input Data -- 10.8 Scaling Analog Output Data -- Review Questions -- Chapter 11 -- Basic Relay-Type Instructions -- 11.1 Ladder Languages -- 11.2 Basic PLC Instructions -- 11.3 Contact Input Instructions -- 11.4 Output Instructions -- 11.5 PLC System Elements -- 11.6 Processor Scan -- 11.7 Converting Relay Ladder Diagram to PLC Ladder Diagram -- 11.8 More Programming Examples -- Review Questions -- Chapter 12 -- Timer Instructions -- 12.1 Timer Instructions -- 12.2 Timer Parameters and Data Structure -- 12.3 Timer On-Delay (TON) Instructions -- 12.4 Timer Off-Delay (TOF) Instructions -- 12.5 Retentive On-Delay Timer (RTO) Instructions -- Review Questions -- Chapter 13 -- Counter Instructions -- 13.1 Counter Instructions.
13.2 Up Counter Instructions -- 13.3 Down Counter Instructions -- 13.4 Up-Down Counters -- 13.5 Cascaded Timer and Counter Instructions -- Review Questions -- Chapter 14 -- PLC Math, Comparison, and Logic Instructions -- 14.1 Basic Arithmetic Instructions -- 14.2 Advanced Arithmetic Instructions -- 14.3 Comparison Instructions -- 14.4 Multiple Comparison Instructions -- 14.5 Logic Instructions -- Review Questions -- Chapter 15 -- Program Control Instructions -- 15.1 Master Control Reset (MCR) Instructions -- 15.2 Jump To Label Zone Control Instructions -- 15.3 Subroutine Instructions -- 15.4 Immediate Input and Immediate Output Instructions -- Review Questions -- Chapter 16 -- Data Manipulation Instructions -- 16.1 Data Structure (Bits, Words, and Files) -- 16.2 Data Conversion Instructions -- 16.3 Thumbwheel Switches and 7-Segment Display -- 16.4 Data Transfer -- 16.5 Word Transfer Instructions -- 16.6 Bit Shift Instructions -- 16.7 Word Shift Instructions -- Review Questions -- Chapter 17 -- PLC Sequencer Instructions -- 17.1 Electromechanical Sequencers -- 17.2 PLC Sequencer Instructions -- 17.3 Sequencer Output (SQO) Instructions -- 17.4 Sequencer Compare (SQC) Instructions -- 17.5 Sequencer Load (SQL) Instructions -- Review Questions -- Chapter 18 -- Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) Control -- 18.1 Open-Loop and Closed-Loop Control Systems -- 18.2 On-Off Control -- 18.3 PID Control -- 18.4 PID Tuning -- 18.5 PID Instruction -- 18.6 PID and Analog I/O Scaling -- 18.7 Using SCL Instruction -- 18.8 A Programming Example: PID Motor Speed Control -- Review Questions -- Back Matter -- Index -- About the Author -- Notes.
Subject Programmable controllers.
Programmable logic devices.
Programmable controllers. (OCoLC)fst01078679
Programmable logic devices. (OCoLC)fst01078688
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: 9780831193683
ISBN 0831193689 (ebk)
9780831193683
0831135077
0831193697

 
    
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