Programmable Controllers Using the Allen Bradley SLC-500 Family
For courses in Programmable Controllers and Microcontrollers.Using examples of real-world control system problems and sample programs, this text presents a comprehensive study of PLC use in the design of automation equipment. In addition to explanations of programmable controllers, hardware and software, it concentrates on the machine design process and the team approach used in most companies today.
- Hardback | 336 pages
- 197.4 x 242.8 x 22.6mm | 680.4g
- 28 Apr 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
Introduction to Programmable Controllers. 1. Binary Mathematics. 2. Input/Output Wiring. 3. Ladder Rung Logic. 4. PLC Models, Modes, I/O Scans, and Memory Layout. 5. The PLC System Design Process. 6. PLC Software Development. 7. Basic Machine Control Functions. 8. Timer Instructions. 9. Counter Instructions. 10. Logic and Math Instructions. 11. Basic Machine Control Programming. 12. Continuously Running Machines. 13. Shift Register, FIFO, and LIFO Instructions. 14. Sequencer Functions. 15. Diagnostic Programs. 16. Graphic Display Systems. Appendix A: PLC Teaching Kit I/O List and Schematics. Index.