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Programmable Controller Circuits [Paperback]

Roger Bertrand
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Oct. 9 1995 0827370660 978-0827370661 1
This compact manual gives users a structured lab background on motor control applications and on the programming control concepts and circuits used in the industry. Features: -Step-by-step projects help users progress through various stages of programming instructions -Covers two major industrial control sections, the industrial motor control field and the programmable controller field -Each project has objectives, discussions, program logic, procedure and experiments so it can be applied as a supplement to various text in the industrial control field -Program logic and procedure section details a step-by-step procedure for completing the labs -The instructor's guide provides a course syllabus, instructor tips and how to construct a programmable controller simulator ALSO AVAILABLE INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDER Instructor's Guide, ISBN: 0-8273-7067-9

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Part I: Electromechanical/ Project 1. Stop-Start Circuits 1.1Two Motor Starters 1.2 Two Stop-Start 1.3 Sequence Start 1.4 Single Pushbutton Sequence 1.5 Non-Sequential Lights /Project 2. Run-jog Circuits 2.1 Jog-Off Auto 2.2 Relay Jog #1 2.3 Relay Jog #2 2.4 Jog1-Jog 2-Run 1&2 /Project 3. Forward Reverse Circuits 3.1 Standard Forward-Reverse 3.2 Reverse Jog1-Forward 1&2 Reverse Jog2 3.3 Forward Run-4 Starters /Project 4 Timing Circuits 4.1 Timed Sequence 1 4.2 Timed Sequence 2 4.3 timed Press Circuit 4.4 Timed Switch Circuit 4.5 Two Speed Compelling / Project 5 AC Drive System...Part 2: Programming Introduction /Project 6. Stop- Start 6.1 Sequence Start 6.2 Latch/Unlatch 6.3 Masher Control Reset 6.4 Hand -Auto 6.5 Non-Sequential Lights 6.6 Logic Circuit Lab / Project 7. Run & Jog 7.1 Selector Jog 7.2 Bit Moving / Project 8 Bag Conveyor 8.1 Timed Motor Sequence 8.2 Timed Press Circuit 8.4 Cycle Timer /Project 9 Forward-Reverse (off delay) 9.1 For-Rev Low-High /Project 10 Up-Down counter 10.1 Bottle Count 1 10.2 Bottle Count /Project 11. Forward & Reverse (sequence) 11.1 Electric Brake 11.2 Reset to Park /Project 12. Press Cycle 12.1 Temperature Conversion 1. 12.2 Barbecue Sauce /Project 13. Thumbwheel 13.1 False Starts 13.2 Temperature Conversion 2. /Project 14 Multi-Speed Motor 14.1 Sequence Lights / Project 15 Storage Process 15.1 Storage Process 2. 15.2 Hungarian Roll Recipe Project 16 Conveyor system 16.1 Box Conveyor Project 17 Paint Shift 17.1 Ring Shift 17.2 right/Left Shift 17.3 Parallel In/Serial Out/ Project 18. Log Kicker 18.1 Log Scanner 19. Sequencer 19.1 Car Wash / Project 20 Sequential Function Chart 20.1 SFC#2 /Project 21 Digital to Analog Conversion /Project 22. Analog to Digital Conversion 22.1 AD/DA / Project 23. PID 23.1 PID#2 24 Structured Text Program 24.1 STX #2 Appendix A: Instruction References Appendix B. Roto-Push Switches

About the Author

Roger Bertrand has over 30 years experience as a master electrician. He received both his BS and MS from the University of Maine. He is currently the an Instructor and Department Chair of Electromechanical Technology at Central Maine Technical College in Auburn Maine.

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Here, we can find a lot of examples of Programmable Logic controller circuits. Not only for the teacher who teach in PLC. subject but for everyone who are interesting in this field.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Buyer Beware! Oct. 23 2003
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The title of this book, as well as the description, strongly suggest that it covers circuits. Unfortunately, it appears that in this case, the meaning of "circuit" has been hijacked by PLC industry practitioners and assigned a jargon definition that most closely approximates the existing words "Program", "Algorithm", "Procedure", or "Sequence".
As you can see, none of these words has much to do with describing:
a: the complete path of an electric current including, usually, the source of electric energy.
b : an assemblage of electronic elements.
which are both meanings of the word "circuit" that can actually be found in a dictionary.
If you are a USER of certain families of PLCs, perhaps this book will be of some use. However, at $50, I would strongly suggest just reading the PLC manual.
If you intend to DESIGN a PLC, this book will be of absolutely NO USE, whatsoever.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Programmable Controller Circuits by Roger M.Bertrand May 27 2000
By Mr.Charoen Rompet - Published on Amazon.com
Here, we can find a lot of examples of Programmable Logic controller circuits. Not only for the teacher who teach in PLC. subject but for everyone who are interesting in this field.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Buyer Beware! Oct. 23 2003
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The title of this book, as well as the description, strongly suggest that it covers circuits. Unfortunately, it appears that in this case, the meaning of "circuit" has been hijacked by PLC industry practitioners and assigned a jargon definition that most closely approximates the existing words "Program", "Algorithm", "Procedure", or "Sequence".
As you can see, none of these words has much to do with describing:
a: the complete path of an electric current including, usually, the source of electric energy.
b : an assemblage of electronic elements.
which are both meanings of the word "circuit" that can actually be found in a dictionary.
If you are a USER of certain families of PLCs, perhaps this book will be of some use. However, at $50, I would strongly suggest just reading the PLC manual.
If you intend to DESIGN a PLC, this book will be of absolutely NO USE, whatsoever.
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