Programmable Logic Controllers Programming Methods and Applications

ISBN-10: 0130607185

ISBN-13: 9780130607188

Edition: 2004

List price: $223.00
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Description: This volume is designed to help readers develop a good general working knowledge of programmable controllers with concentration on relay ladder logic techniques and how PLC is connected to external components in an operating control system.

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Book details

List price: $223.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 4/11/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 320
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Ladder Diagram Fundamentals
Objectives
Introduction
Basic Components and Their Symbols
Fundamentals of Ladder Diagrams
Machine Control Terminology
Summary
The Programmable Logic Controller
Objectives
Introduction
A Brief History
PLC Configurations
System Block Diagram
Update-Solve the Ladder-Update
Update
Solve the Ladder
Summary
Fundamental PLC Programming
Objectives
Introduction
Physical Components vs. Program Components
Example Problem--Lighting Control
Internal Relays
Disagreement Circuit
Majority Circuit
Oscillator
Holding (also called Sealed, or Latched) Contacts
Always-ON and Always-OFF Contacts
Ladder Diagrams Having More Than One Rung
Summary
Advanced Programming Techniques
Objectives
Introduction
Ladder Program Execution Sequence
Flip Flops
R-S Flip Flop
One Shot
D Flip Flop
T Flip Flop
J-K Flip Flop
Counters
Sequencers
Timers
Master Control Relays and Control Zones
Summary
Mnemonic Programming Code
Objectives
Introduction
AND Ladder Rung
Entering Normally Closed Contacts
OR Ladder Rung
Simple Branches
Complex Branches
Summary
Wiring Techniques
Objectives
Introduction
PLC Power Connection
Input Wiring
Inputs Having a Single Common
Isolated Inputs
Output Wiring
Relay Outputs
Solid State Outputs
Summary
Analog I/O
Objectives
Introduction
Analog (A/D) Input
Analog (D/A) Output
Analog Data Handling
Analog Input Potential Problems
Summary
Discrete Position Sensors
Objectives
Introduction
Sensor Output Classification
Connecting Discrete Sensors to PLC Inputs
Proximity Sensors
Inductive Proximity Sensors
Capacitive Proximity Sensors
Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors
Optical Proximity Sensors
Summary
Encoders, Transducers, and Advanced Sensors
Objectives
Introduction
Temperature
Liquid Level
Force
Pressure/Vacuum
Flow
Inclination
Acceleration
Angle Position Sensors
Linear Displacement
Summary
Closed-Loop and PID Control
Objectives
Introduction
Simple Closed-Loop Systems
Problems with Simple Closed-Loop Systems
Closed-Loop Systems Using Proportional, Integral, Derivative (PID)
Derivative Function
Integral Function
The PID in Programmable Logic Controllers
Tuning the PID
The "Adjust and Observe" Tuning Method
The Ziegler-Nichols Tuning Method
Autotuning PID Systems
Summary
Motor Controls
Objectives
Introduction
AC Motor Starter
AC Motor Overload Protection
Specifying a Motor Starter
DC Motor Controller
Variable Speed (Variable Frequency) AC Motor Drive
Summary
System Integrity and Safety
Objectives
Introduction
System Integrity
Equipment Temperature Considerations
Fail Safe Wiring and Programming
Safety Interlocks
Summary
Logic Symbols
Industrial Electrical Symbols
Bibliography
Glossary
Index
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