An easy-to-read alternative to the expensive and jargon-filled manual sets, this reference describes how to set up and troubleshoot a PLC in general, and covers implementation in specific leading proprietary PLC systems: Allen-Bradley (PLC-5 and SLC 500), Siemens (Simatic S5 and Simatic S7), and OMRON (all, but specifically CQM1). It includes, but goes beyond, simple Boolean logic enabling readers to use all of the power of a modern PLC. Complete coverage of capabilities of modern PLCs; extensive troubleshooting coverage; full instructions (for Boolean logic, timing and counting, data manipulation, process control, and communication) -- with at least one instruction of each type described in detail and similar instructions described in terms of what they do differently; setup and configuration requirements of all PLCs. For anyone interested in programming and configuration of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) for industrial control.cally offer the newest ideas in PLC programming first, so their PLCs are very powerful and sometimes a little ... Recently introduced, the CQM1 offers many of the features of OMRONa#39;s full-sized C200H PLC, and its programming ... This single book does not contain all of the detail in the nearly 30 manuals it summarizes.
|Title||:||Programmable Logic Controllers|
|Author||:||S. Brian Morriss|
|Publisher||:||Pearson College Division - 2000|