Programmable Logic Controllers: Hardware and Programming / Edition 1

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Programmable Logic Controllers begins by covering the hardware and architecture of the Allen-Bradley Small Logic Controller (SLC 500) series of PLCs. I/O devices and motor controls are also covered as well as commonly used number systems, such as binary and BCD. PLC programming is introduced by reviewing and creating examples of relay ladder diagrams. In the following chapter, students are given guidelines and examples for creating PLC ladder diagrams based on relay ladder diagrams. Throughout the rest of the textbook, the most common PLC functions are presented, and practical examples are given based on the Allen-Bradley RSLogix programming software.
The Laboratory Manual provides LogixPro activities that help students practice and hone their PLC programming skills. Included in the textbook is a CD-ROM containing LogixPro simulation software. The software allows students to practice and develop their programming skills when and where they want. LogixPro is not a replacement for RSLogix, nor is there support for file exchange or communication with actual Allen-Bradley products. LogixPro provides a complete software-based training solution, eliminating the need for expensive PLC equipment.

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An introductory text that discusses the key concepts in programmable logic controllers (first introduced in the automotive industry in the late 1960s) and progresses to systems level applications. Examples provided use the Allen-Bradley Small Logic Controller (SLC 500) series. Chapters cover control system components, number systems and codes, relay logic diagrams, programming logic gate function, a number of the controller functions, controller networks in manufacturing, and troubleshooting. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781566378741
  • Publisher: Goodheart-Willcox Publisher
  • Publication date: 1/28/2002
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 150
  • Product dimensions: 8.52 (w) x 10.92 (h) x 0.44 (d)

Meet the Author

Max Rabiee earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Kentucky. He has taught electrical engineering (EE) and electrical/computer engineering technology (ECET) courses for over 20 years. Dr. Rabiee is a registered professional engineer (since 1988) who worked as a control engineer for several years. He was a senior electrical engineer for over four years in charge of medium and large industrial control projects. Dr. Rabiee is a member of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT), the Eta Kappa Nu Electrical Engineering Honor Society, and the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Overview 11
1.1 Introduction 11
1.2 PLC History and Development 12
1.3 PLC Block Diagram 12
1.4 Central Processing Unit 13
1.5 Memory Devices 16
1.6 Address Decoder Circuit 18
1.7 Peripheral Chips 18
1.8 Discrete Input Modules 19
1.9 Discrete Output Modules 19
1.10 Analog Input/Output Modules 20
1.11 PLC Power Supply 20
1.12 Summary 20
1.13 Glossary of Terms 21
1.14 Review Questions 23
Chapter 2 PLC and Control System Components 25
2.1 Introduction 25
2.2 PLC Communication Systems 26
2.3 PLC Memory Maps 29
2.4 PLC Terminology and Principles 29
2.5 PLC Selection and Installation 31
2.6 PLC Input/Output Connections 32
2.7 Electromechanical Terms and Descriptions 33
2.8 Electric Motors 36
2.9 DC Motor Classification and Characteristics 36
2.10 AC Motor Classification and Characteristics 39
2.11 Summary 41
2.12 Glossary of Terms 41
2.13 Review Questions 44
Chapter 3 Number Systems and Codes 45
3.1 Introduction 46
3.2 Decimal Number System 46
3.3 Binary Number System 47
3.4 Binary-to-Decimal Conversion 47
3.5 Decimal-to-Binary Conversion 48
3.6 Binary Addition 49
3.7 Binary Subtraction 50
3.8 Binary Multiplication 51
3.9 Binary Division 51
3.10 Hexadecimal Number System 52
3.11 Octal Number System 53
3.12 Binary Coded Decimal System 54
3.13 Gray Code 55
3.14 Alphanumeric Code 55
3.15 Summary 57
3.16 Glossary of Terms 57
3.17 Review Questions 58
Chapter 4 Creating Relay Logic Diagrams 61
4.1 Introduction 61
4.2 Relay Logic Diagrams 61
4.3 Discrete Input Devices 62
4.4 Normally Open and Normally Closed Input Devices 63
4.5 Discrete Output Devices 64
4.6 Relay Coils and Contacts 66
4.7 Rules for Drawing Relay Logic Diagrams 67
4.8 Creating Relay Logic Diagrams for Industrial Control Circuits 73
4.9 Summary 76
4.10 Glossary of Terms 77
4.11 Review Questions 78
Chapter 5 PLC Programming 81
5.1 Introduction 81
5.2 Creating PLC Ladder Logic Diagrams from Relay Logic Diagrams 82
5.3 Programming Ladder Logic Diagrams with Normally Open and Normally Closed Switches 85
5.4 Programming Ladder Logic Diagrams with Normally Open and Normally Closed Contacts 88
5.5 PLC Program Scan Time 89
5.6 PLC Program and Data Files 92
5.7 Programming Ladder Logic Diagrams with Latch/Unlatch 94
5.8 Loading and Troubleshooting PLC Ladder Diagrams in Run Mode 95
5.9 Using PLC Force Function for Troubleshooting 98
5.10 Creating and Printing PLC Program Reports 102
5.11 Using Utility Functions to Save and Retrieve PLC Programs 105
5.12 Summary 107
5.13 Glossary of Terms 108
5.14 Review Questions 109
Chapter 6 Programming Logic Gate Functions in PLCs 111
6.1 Introduction 111
6.2 Combinational and Sequential Logic Gate Circuits 112
6.3 Boolean Expressions, Truth Tables, and Logic Gate Circuits 112
6.4 NOT Gates or Inverters 114
6.5 AND Gates 115
6.6 OR Gates 115
6.7 NAND Gates 117
6.8 NOR Gates 119
6.9 XOR (Exclusive OR) Gates 121
6.10 XNOR (Exclusive NOR) Gates 122
6.11 Simplifying Boolean Expressions 124
6.12 Creating PLC Ladder Logic Diagrams from Logic Gate Circuits 127
6.13 Creating PLC Ladder Logic Diagrams from Boolean Expressions 130
6.14 Creating Logic Circuits from PLC Ladder Logic Diagrams 132
6.15 Summary 136
6.16 Glossary of Terms 136
6.17 Review Questions 137
Chapter 7 PLC Timer Functions 141
7.1 Introduction 141
7.2 Timer Functions 142
7.3 PLC Timer Function Registers 145
7.4 Fixed Preset Value Nonretentive Timer ON-Delay Functions 146
7.5 Variable Preset Value Nonretentive Timer ON-Delay Functions 147
7.6 Retentive Timer ON-Delay Functions 149
7.7 Timer OFF-Delay Functions 151
7.8 Interlocking Timers 152
7.9 Cascading Timers to Increase the Timing Value 153
7.10 Summary 154
7.11 Glossary of Terms 155
7.12 Review Questions 156
Chapter 8 PLC Counter Functions 157
8.1 Introduction 157
8.2 PLC Counter Functions 157
8.3 PLC Counter Function Registers 158
8.4 PLC Count Up Functions 159
8.5 PLC Count Down Functions 160
8.6 Connecting PLC Counter Functions 162
8.7 Cascading Counters 163
8.8 Creating PLC Ladder Logic Diagrams with Counters and Timers 166
8.9 Summary 166
8.10 Glossary of Terms 166
8.11 Review Questions 168
Chapter 9 PLC Math Functions 169
9.1 Introduction 169
9.2 Addition 169
9.3 Subtraction 170
9.4 Multiplication 173
9.5 Division 175
9.6 Summary 176
9.7 Glossary of Terms 176
9.8 Review Questions 178
Chapter 10 PLC Logic Functions 179
10.1 Introduction 179
10.2 Logic Gate Functions 180
10.3 Shift Left Function 183
10.4 Shift Right Function 186
10.5 Summary 188
10.6 Glossary of Terms 189
10.7 Review Questions 189
Chapter 11 PLC Compare, Jump, and MCR Functions 191
11.1 Introduction 191
11.2 Compare Functions 192
11.3 Unconditional Jump 196
11.4 Conditional Jump 197
11.5 Master Control Reset (MCR) 197
11.6 Summary 199
11.7 Glossary of Terms 199
11.8 Review Questions 200
Chapter 12 PLC Subroutine Functions 201
12.1 Introduction 201
12.2 Subroutine Concept 202
12.3 Jump to Subroutine 203
12.4 Return from Subroutine 204
12.5 Subroutine Applications 206
12.6 Summary 207
12.7 Glossary of Terms 209
12.8 Review Questions 210
Chapter 13 Sequencer Functions 211
13.1 Introduction 211
13.2 Sequencer Concept 212
13.3 Sequencer Output Function 214
13.4 Sequencer Compare Function 219
13.5 Sequencer Load Function 221
13.6 Cascading Sequencers 221
13.7 Paralleling Sequencers 223
13.8 Summary 225
13.9 Glossary of Terms 226
13.10 Review Questions 227
Chapter 14 PLC Networks in Manufacturing 229
14.1 Introduction 229
14.2 Local Area Networks in Industry 230
14.3 Network Communication Channeling 230
14.4 Transmission Media 231
14.5 Network Connection Topologies 232
14.6 Network Access Control Schemes 233
14.7 PLC Network Hardware 234
14.8 PLC Network Software 235
14.9 Summary 238
14.10 Glossary of Terms 238
14.11 Review Questions 239
Chapter 15 Troubleshooting and Servicing the PLC System 241
15.1 Introduction 241
15.2 Routine Maintenance 242
15.3 Hardware 243
15.4 Wiring Connections 246
15.5 Software Error Detection 247
15.6 Summary 249
15.7 Glossary of Terms 252
15.8 Review Questions 252
Appendices 253
Appendix A 253
Appendix B 259
Appendix C 260
Glossary 261
Index 275
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