CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS

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1 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS GENERAL A PLC DEFINITIONS AND TERMS A PLC SYSTEM ELEMENTS A OVERVIEW OF PLC PROGRAM TYPES A AUTOMATIC PROCESS CONTROL A INTRODUCTION TO ADDRESS BASED PROGRAMMING A INTRODUCTION TO TAG BASED PROGRAMMING A - PLC STANDARDS A ALLEN-BRADLEY PLCS A INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING CHAPTER 2 FIELD DEVICES IN PLC SYSTEMS GENERAL A MANUALLY-OPERATED INDUSTRIAL SWITCHES A MECHANICALLY-OPERATED SWITCHES A SENSORS A ELECTROMAGNET OUTPUT ACTUATORS A VISUAL AND AUDIO OUTPUT DEVICES A TROUBLESHOOTING FIELD DEVICE IN PLC SYSTEMS 1

2 CHAPTER 3 PLC SYSTEM ELEMENTS GENERAL A SYSTEM CONFIGURATION A PLC CONTROL SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM A PLC DISCRETE I/O MODULES A PLC ANALOG MODULES A WIRING DISCRETE MODULE INTERFACES A WIRING ANALOG MODULE INTERFACES A PLC SPECIAL PURPOSE MODULES A PLC COMMUNICATION NETWORK INTERFACES A SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING OF DISCRETE CONTROL SIGNALS ADDRESS-BASED A SLC 500 MODULE DIAGNOSTIC INDICATORS TAG-BASED A CONTROLLOGIX MODULE DIAGNOSTIC INDICATORS GENERAL A SYSTEM LEVEL TROUBLESHOOTING A PROCESS CHAPTER 4 INTRODUCTION TO PLC PROGRAMMIN GENERAL A DECIMAL NUMBER SYSTEMS A BINARY NUMBER SYSTEMS 2

3 A HEXADECIMAL NUMBER SYSTEM A PLC MEMORY ORGANIZATION A BOOLEAN LOGIC A PLC INPUT AND OUTPUT ADDRESS-BASED A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM A SLC 500 INTERNAL BIT ADDRESSING A SLC 500 STATUS DATA ADDRESSING A SLC 500 XIC and XIO A SLC 500 OTE INSTRUCTION A SLC 500 OTL and OTU A SLC 500 SCAN TIMES A PROGRAMS WITH AN ADDRESS BASED PLC SYSTEM A - CONVERTING RELAY LADDER LOGIC TO SLC 500 LADDER LOGIC TAG-BASED A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM A CONTROLLOGIX BINARY BIT ADDRESSING A CONTROLLOGIX SYSTEM STATUS A CONTROLLOGIX XIC and XIO A CONTROLLOGIX OTE INSTRUCTION A CONTROLLOGIX OTL AND OTU A CONTROLLOGIX DUAL SCAN CONDITIONS A CONVERTING ADDRESS-BASED TO TAG-BASED PLC PROGRAMS 3

4 A PROGRAMS WITH A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM A - CONVERTING RELAY LADDER LOGIC TO CONTROLLOGIX LADDER LOGIC A - CONVERTING SLC 500 TO CONTROLLOGIX PLC PROGRAMS CHAPTER 5 PROGRAMMING TIMERS GENERAL A INTRODUCTION TO PLC TIMERS ADDRESS-BASED A ADDRESSED-BASED PLC SYSTEM TIMERS A LADDER LOGIC FOR SLC 500 TIMERS A SLC 500 CASCADED TIMERS A PROGRAMS WITH SLC 500 TIMERS A CONVERSION OF RLL WITH TIMERS TO SLC 500 PLC LOGIC TAG-BASED A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM TIMERS A LADDER LOGIC FOR CONTROLLOGIX TIMERS A PROGRAMS WITH CONTROLLOGIX TIMERS A CONVERSION OF RLL WITH TIMERS TO CONTROLLOGIX PLC LOGIC GENERAL A TROUBLESHOOTING LADDER RUNGS WITH TIMERS 4

5 CHAPTER 6 PROGRAMMING COUNTERS GENERAL A INTRODUCTION TO PLC COUNTERS ADDRESS-BASED A ADDRESSED-BASED PLC SYSTEM COUNTERS A LADDER LOGIC FOR SLC 500 COUNTERS A HIGH SPEED COUNTER MODULES A ADDRESSED-BASED PLC SYSTEM ONE-SHOT INSTRUCTION A LADDER LOGIC FOR SLC 500 ONE-SHOT A SLC 500 CASCADE COUNTERS A PROGRAMS WITH SLC 500 COUNTERS AND ONE-SHOT A TROUBLESHOOTING SLC 500 LADDER LOGIC WITH COUNTERS TAG-BASED A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM COUNTERS A LADDER LOGIC FOR CONTROLLOGIX COUNTERS A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM ONE-SHOT A LADDER LOGIC FOR CONTROLLOGIX ONE-SHOTS A PROGRAMS WITH CONTROLLOGIX COUNTERS AND ONE-SHOTS A TROUBLESHOOTING CONTROLLOGIX LADDER LOGIC WITH COUNTERS GENERAL A CONVERSION OF RLL WITH COUNTERS TO PLC LADDER LOGIC CHAPTER 7 MATHEMATICAL AND MOVE 5

6 GENERAL A INTRODUCTION TO BINARY MATHEMATICS A PLC MATH AND MOVE ADDRESS-BASED A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM MATH A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM MOVE A LADDER LOGIC RUNGS FOR SLC 500 MATH AND MOVE A PROGRAMMING PROCESS WITH SLC 500 MATH AND MOVE A - TROUBLESHOOTING SLC 500 MATH AND MOVE LADDER LOGIC TAG-BASED A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM MATH A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM MOVE A LADDER LOGIC RUNGS FOR CONTROLLOGIX MATH AND MOVE A PROGRAMMING PROCESS WITH CONTROLLOGIX MATH AND MOVE A - TROUBLESHOOTING CONTROLLOGIX MATH AND MOVE LADDER LOGIC CHAPTER 8 CONVERSION AND COMPARISON GENERAL A BINARY CODED DECIMAL SYSTEM A PLC CONVERSION 6

7 A PLC COMPARISON ADDRESS-BASED A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM CONVERSION A LADDER LOGIC FOR SLC 500 CONVERSION A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM COMPARISON A LADDER LOGIC FOR SLC 500 COMPARISON A PROGRAMMING PROCESS FOR SLC 500 CONVERSION AND COMPARISON A - TROUBLESHOOTING SLC 500 CONVERSION AND COMPARISON LADDER LOGIC TAG-BASED A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM CONVERSION A LADDER LOGIC RUNGS FOR CONTROLLOGIX CONVERSION A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM COMPARISON B ControlLogix Comparison Instructions Symbols and Parameters A LADDER LOGIC RUNGS FOR CONTROLLOGIX COMPARISON A PROGRAMMING PROCESSS FOR CONTROLLOGIX CONVERSION AND COMPARISON A - TROUBLESHOOTING CONTROLLOGIX CONVERSION AND COMPARISON LADDER LOGIC CHAPTER 9 PROGRAM CONTROL GENERAL A INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAM CONTROL 7

8 A INTRODUCTION TO IMMEDIATE INPUT AND OUTPUT ADDRESS-BASED A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM MASTER CONTROL RESET A LADDER LOGIC FOR SLC 500 PROGRAM CONTROL RESET A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM JUMP AND LABEL ZONE CONTROL A LADDER LOGIC FOR SLC 500 JUMP AND LABEL A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM SUBROUTINE AND RESET A LADDER LOGIC FOR SLC 500 SUBROUTINE AND RESET A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM IMMEDIATE INPUT AND OUTPUT A LADDER LOGIC FOR SLC 500 IMMEDIATE INPUT AND OUTPUT A PROGRAMS WITH SLC 500 PROGRAM CONTROL AND IMMEDIATE A TROUBLESHOOTING SLC 500 PROGRAM CONTROL AND IMMEDIATE IN LADDER LOGIC TAG-BASED A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM MASTER CONTROL RESET A LADDER LOGIC FOR CONTROLLOGIX PROGRAM CONTROL RESET A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM JUMP AND LABEL ZONE CONTROL A LADDER LOGIC FOR CONTROLLOGIX JUMP AND LABEL A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM SUBROUTINE AND RESET 8

9 A LADDER LOGIC FOR CONTROLLOGIX SUBROUTINE AND RESET A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM IMMEDIATE OUTPUT A LADDER LOGIC FOR CONTROLLOGIX IMMEDIATE OUTPUT A PROGRAMS WITH CONTROLLOGIX PROGRAM CONTROL AND IMMEDIATE A TROUBLESHOOTING CONTROLLOGIX PROGRAM CONTROL AND IMMEDIATE IN LADDER LOGIC CHAPTER 10 INDIRECT AND INDEXED ADDRESSING GENERAL A ADDRESSING MODES ADDRESS-BASED A ADDRESS-BASED PLC ADDRESSING MODES A PROGRAMS WITH SLC 500 INDIRECT AND INDEXED ADDRESSING A -TROUBLESHOOTING SLC 500 INDIRECT AND INDEXED ADDRESSING IN LADDER LOGIC TAG-BASED A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM ADDRESSING MODES A PROGRAMS WITH CONTROLLOGIX INDIRECT AND INDEXED ADDRESSING A TROUBLESHOOTING CONTROLLOGIX ADDRESSING MODES IN LADDER LOGIC 9

10 CHAPTER 11 DATA HANDLING GENERAL A INTRODUCTION TO DATA HANDLING ADDRESS-BASED A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM LOGIC A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM BIT SHIFT A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM WORD SHIFT A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SYSTEM COPY AND FILL A LADDER LOGIC RUNGS FOR SLC 500 DATA HANDLING A PROGRAMMING PROCESS WITH SLC 500 DATA HANDLING A TROUBLESHOOTING SLC 500 DATA HANDLING IN LADDER LOGIC TAG-BASED A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM DATA MANIPULATION A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM BIT-SHIFT A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM WORD-SHIFT A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM FILE-ARITHMETIC-LOGIC INSTRUCTION A TAG-BASED PLC SYSTEM COPY AND FILL A LADDER LOGIC RUNGS FOR CONTROLLOGIX DATA HANDLING A PROGRAMMING PROCESS WITH CONTROLLOGIX DATA HANDLING A TROUBLESHOOTING CONTROLLOGIX DATA MANIPULATION IN LADDER LOGIC 10

11 CHAPTER 12 SEQUENCER GENERAL A BASIC SEQUENCE FUNCTION ADDRESS-BASED A ADDRESS-BASED PLC SEQUENCER A - LADDER LOGIC FOR SLC 500 SEQUENCER A CASCADING SLC 500 SEQUENCERS A PROGRAMS WITH SLC 500 SEQUENCER A - TROUBLESHOOTING SLC 500 SEQUENCER IN LADDER LOGIC TAG-BASED A TAG-BASED PLC SEQUENCER A - LADDER LOGIC FOR CONTROLLOGIX SEQUENCER A CASCADING CONTROLLOGIX SEQUENCERS A PROGRAMS WITH CONTROLLOGIX SEQUENCER A TROUBLESHOOTING CONTROLLOGIX SEQUENCER IN LADDER LOGIC CHAPTER 13 SCALING AND PID GENERAL A INTRODUCTION TO PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS 11

12 ADDRESS-BASED A CONVERSION OF ADRESS-BASED RAW ANALOG DATA INTO ENGINEERING UNITS A ADDRESS-BASED SCALLING AND COMPUTE A ADDRESS-BASED PID INSTRUCTION A CONVERSION OF ADDRESS-BASED ENGINEERING UNITS DATA INTO RAW ANALOG DATA TAG-BASED A CONVERSION OF TAG-BASED RAW ANALOG DATA INTO ENGINEERING UNITS A TAG-BASED SCALING AND COMPUTE A TAG-BASED PID INSTRUCTION A CONVERSION OF TAG-BASED ENGINEERING UNITS DATA INTO RAW ANALOG DATA CHAPTER 14 PLC NETWORKS AND DATA COMMUNICATIONS GENERAL A - PLC NETWORK ARCHITECTURE A ETHERNET A CONTROLNET A - DEVICENET A - SPECIAL NETWORK INTERFACES A - NETWORK APPLICATIONS 12

13 A DISTRIBUTED CONTROL A - TROUBLESHOOTING NETWORK SYSTEMS CHAPTER 15 PLC CONTROL PANEL IMPLEMENTATION AND INSTALLATION GENERAL A ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PLC CONTROL PANELS A ELECTRICAL NOISE GENERATION A REDUCTION OF ELECTRICAL NOISE PROBLEMS ADDRESS-BASED A SLC 500 MOUNTING AND GROUNDING REQUIREMENTS TAG-BASED A CONTROLLOGIX MOUNTING AND GROUNDING REQUIREMENTS GENERAL A WIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR PLC CONTROL PANELS A IMPLEMENTING NETWORKS IN PLC CONTROL PANELS A ELECTRICAL CONTROL REQUIREMENTS FOR PLC CONTROL PANEL A PANEL BUILDING GUIDELINES A TROUBLESHOOTING CONTROL PANELS CHAPTER 16 FUNCTION BLOCK DIAGRAMS TAG-BASED

14 A FUNCTION BLOCK DIAGRAM DESCRIPTION A FBD PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT SEQUENCE A RSLOGIX 5000 FBD PROGRAMMING A FUNCTION BLOCK CONTROL SOLUTIONS A PROGRAMS WITH FUNCTION BLOCK DIAGRAMS CHAPTER 17 STRUCTURED TEXT TAG-BASED A STRUCTURED TEXT COMPONENTS AND CONSTRUCTS A STRUCTURED TEXT FOR LADDER LOGIC RUNGS A PROGRAMS WITH STRUCTURED TEXT CHAPTER 18 SEQUENTIAL FUNCTION CHARTS TAG-BASED A SEQUENTIAL FUNCTION CHART COMPONENTS A SFC STEP PROGRAMMING DESCRIPTION A PROGRAMS WITH SEQUENTIAL FLOW CHART APPENDIX A GLOSSARY APPENDIX B ACRONYMS FOR PLC APPENDIX C PLC HISTORY 14

15 APPENDIX D SAFETY APPENDIX E PLC 5 CROSS REFERENCES 15

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