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Programmable Logic Controllers. 6th Edition (Print Copy) by This textbook, now in its sixth edition, continues to be straightforward and easy-to-read, presenting the principles of PLCs while not tying itself to one manufacturer or another. Extensive examples and chapter ending problems utilize several popular PLCs, highlighting understanding of fundamentals that can be used regardless of manufacturer. This book will help you to understand the main design characteristics, internal architecture, and operating principles of PLCs, as well as Identify safety issues and methods for fault diagnosis, testing, and debugging. New to This edition: A new chapter 1 with a comparison of relay-controlled systems, microprocessor-controlled systems, and the programmable logic controller, a discussion of PLC hardware and architecture, examples from various PLC manufacturers, and coverage of security, the IEC programming standard, programming devices and manufacturer's software More detail of programming using Sequential Function Charts Extended coverage of the sequencer More Information on fault finding, including testing inputs and outputs with an illustration of how it is done with the PLC manufacturer's software New case studies
Call Number: 629.89
Publication Date: 2015-03-12
Introduction to PLCs. 2nd edn. (Print copy) by This book is oriented to the people that work on and troubleshoot PLCs on the factory floor. It is directed at the actual problems and conditions that will be encountered within a realistic setting. The text is designed to present a clear, concise picture of how PLCs operate to the person that wishes to learn more about them.
Call Number: 629.895
Publication Date: 2006-09-01