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Programmable Logic Controllers.

By: Bolton, William.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cambridge : Elsevier Science, 2015Edition: 6th ed.Description: 1 online resource (425 p.).ISBN: 9780081003534.Subject(s): Logic circuits | Programmable controllers | Programmable logic devicesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Programmable Logic ControllersDDC classification: 629.89 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Programmable Logic Controllers -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Prerequisite Knowledge Assumed -- Changes from the Fifth Edition -- Aims -- Structure of the Book -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1: Programmable Logic Controllers -- 1.1 Controllers -- 1.1.1 Relay-Controlled Systems -- 1.1.2 Microprocessor-Controlled Systems -- 1.1.3 The Programmable Logic Controller -- 1.2 Hardware -- 1.3 PLC Architecture -- 1.3.1 Input/Output Unit -- 1.3.2 Sourcing and Sinking -- 1.4 PLC Systems -- 1.4.1 Security -- 1.5 Programs -- 1.5.1 The IEC Standard -- 1.5.2 Programming PLCs -- Summary
Problems -- Lookup Tasks -- Chapter 2: Input/Output Devices -- 2.1 Input Devices -- 2.1.1 Mechanical Switches -- 2.1.2 Proximity Switches -- 2.1.3 Photoelectric Sensors and Switches -- 2.1.4 Encoders -- 2.1.5 Temperature Sensors -- 2.1.6 Position/Displacement Sensors -- 2.1.7 Strain Gauges -- 2.1.8 Pressure Sensors -- 2.1.9 Liquid-Level Detectors -- 2.1.10 Fluid Flow Measurement -- 2.1.11 Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors -- 2.1.12 Smart Sensors -- 2.1.13 Sensors Ranges -- 2.2 Output Devices -- 2.2.1 Relay -- 2.2.2 Directional Control Valves -- 2.2.3 Motors -- 2.2.4 Stepper Motors
2.3 Examples of Applications -- 2.3.1 A Conveyor Belt -- 2.3.2 A Lift -- 2.3.3 A Robot Control System -- 2.3.4 Liquid-Level Monitoring -- 2.3.5 Packages on Conveyor Belt Systems -- Summary -- Problems -- Lookup Tasks -- Chapter 3: Digital Systems -- 3.1 The Binary System -- 3.2 Octal and Hexadecimal -- 3.2.1 Octal System -- 3.2.2 Hexadecimal System -- 3.3 Binary Coded Decimals -- 3.4 Numbers in the Binary, Octal, Hex, and BCD Systems -- 3.5 Binary Arithmetic -- 3.5.1 Signed Numbers -- 3.5.2 One's and Two's Complements -- 3.5.3 Floating Point Numbers -- 3.6 PLC Data
3.7 Combinational Logic Systems -- 3.8 Sequential Logic Systems -- 3.8.1 Latches -- 3.8.2 Flip-Flops -- Summary -- Problems -- Lookup Tasks -- Chapter 4: I/O Processing -- 4.1 Input/Output Units -- 4.1.1 Input Units -- 4.1.2 Output Units -- 4.2 Signal Conditioning -- 4.2.1 Changing Voltage Levels -- 4.2.2 Op-Amp Comparator -- 4.2.3 Output Protection -- 4.3 Remote Connections -- 4.3.1 Serial and Parallel Communications -- 4.3.2 Serial Standards -- 4.3.3 Parallel Standards -- 4.3.4 Protocols -- 4.3.5 ASCII Codes -- 4.4 Networks -- 4.4.1 Distributed Systems -- 4.4.2 Network Standards
4.5 Examples of Commercial Systems -- 4.5.1 MAP -- 4.5.2 Ethernet -- 4.5.3 ControlNet -- 4.5.4 DeviceNet -- 4.5.5 Allen-Bradley Data Highway -- 4.5.6 PROFIBUS -- 4.5.7 Factory-Floor Network -- 4.6 Processing Inputs -- 4.7 I/O Addresses -- Summary -- Problems -- Lookup Tasks -- Chapter 5: Ladder and Functional Block Programming -- 5.1 Ladder Diagrams -- 5.1.1 PLC Ladder Programming -- 5.2 Logic Functions -- 5.2.1 AND -- 5.2.2 OR -- 5.2.3 NOT -- 5.2.4 NAND -- 5.2.5 NOR -- 5.2.6 Exclusive OR (XOR) -- 5.3 Latching -- 5.4 Multiple Outputs -- 5.5 Entering Programs -- 5.5.1 Ladder Symbols
5.6 Function Blocks
Summary: 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:
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Front Cover -- Programmable Logic Controllers -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Prerequisite Knowledge Assumed -- Changes from the Fifth Edition -- Aims -- Structure of the Book -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1: Programmable Logic Controllers -- 1.1 Controllers -- 1.1.1 Relay-Controlled Systems -- 1.1.2 Microprocessor-Controlled Systems -- 1.1.3 The Programmable Logic Controller -- 1.2 Hardware -- 1.3 PLC Architecture -- 1.3.1 Input/Output Unit -- 1.3.2 Sourcing and Sinking -- 1.4 PLC Systems -- 1.4.1 Security -- 1.5 Programs -- 1.5.1 The IEC Standard -- 1.5.2 Programming PLCs -- Summary

Problems -- Lookup Tasks -- Chapter 2: Input/Output Devices -- 2.1 Input Devices -- 2.1.1 Mechanical Switches -- 2.1.2 Proximity Switches -- 2.1.3 Photoelectric Sensors and Switches -- 2.1.4 Encoders -- 2.1.5 Temperature Sensors -- 2.1.6 Position/Displacement Sensors -- 2.1.7 Strain Gauges -- 2.1.8 Pressure Sensors -- 2.1.9 Liquid-Level Detectors -- 2.1.10 Fluid Flow Measurement -- 2.1.11 Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors -- 2.1.12 Smart Sensors -- 2.1.13 Sensors Ranges -- 2.2 Output Devices -- 2.2.1 Relay -- 2.2.2 Directional Control Valves -- 2.2.3 Motors -- 2.2.4 Stepper Motors

2.3 Examples of Applications -- 2.3.1 A Conveyor Belt -- 2.3.2 A Lift -- 2.3.3 A Robot Control System -- 2.3.4 Liquid-Level Monitoring -- 2.3.5 Packages on Conveyor Belt Systems -- Summary -- Problems -- Lookup Tasks -- Chapter 3: Digital Systems -- 3.1 The Binary System -- 3.2 Octal and Hexadecimal -- 3.2.1 Octal System -- 3.2.2 Hexadecimal System -- 3.3 Binary Coded Decimals -- 3.4 Numbers in the Binary, Octal, Hex, and BCD Systems -- 3.5 Binary Arithmetic -- 3.5.1 Signed Numbers -- 3.5.2 One's and Two's Complements -- 3.5.3 Floating Point Numbers -- 3.6 PLC Data

3.7 Combinational Logic Systems -- 3.8 Sequential Logic Systems -- 3.8.1 Latches -- 3.8.2 Flip-Flops -- Summary -- Problems -- Lookup Tasks -- Chapter 4: I/O Processing -- 4.1 Input/Output Units -- 4.1.1 Input Units -- 4.1.2 Output Units -- 4.2 Signal Conditioning -- 4.2.1 Changing Voltage Levels -- 4.2.2 Op-Amp Comparator -- 4.2.3 Output Protection -- 4.3 Remote Connections -- 4.3.1 Serial and Parallel Communications -- 4.3.2 Serial Standards -- 4.3.3 Parallel Standards -- 4.3.4 Protocols -- 4.3.5 ASCII Codes -- 4.4 Networks -- 4.4.1 Distributed Systems -- 4.4.2 Network Standards

4.5 Examples of Commercial Systems -- 4.5.1 MAP -- 4.5.2 Ethernet -- 4.5.3 ControlNet -- 4.5.4 DeviceNet -- 4.5.5 Allen-Bradley Data Highway -- 4.5.6 PROFIBUS -- 4.5.7 Factory-Floor Network -- 4.6 Processing Inputs -- 4.7 I/O Addresses -- Summary -- Problems -- Lookup Tasks -- Chapter 5: Ladder and Functional Block Programming -- 5.1 Ladder Diagrams -- 5.1.1 PLC Ladder Programming -- 5.2 Logic Functions -- 5.2.1 AND -- 5.2.2 OR -- 5.2.3 NOT -- 5.2.4 NAND -- 5.2.5 NOR -- 5.2.6 Exclusive OR (XOR) -- 5.3 Latching -- 5.4 Multiple Outputs -- 5.5 Entering Programs -- 5.5.1 Ladder Symbols

5.6 Function Blocks

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:

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