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[PDF] Programmable Logic Controllers Industrial Control by Khaled Kamel

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Programmable Logic Controllers: Industrial Control offers readers an introduction to PLC programming with a focus on real industrial process automation applications. The Siemens S7-1200 PLC hardware configuration and the Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) Portal are used throughout the book. A small and inexpensive training setup with a Siemens power supply, processor, processorintegrated discrete inputs-outputs, processor integrated two-point analog inputs, processor one-output analog signal board, eight ON/OFF switch plug-in simulator, human-machine interface (HMI), four-port Ethernet switch module, and programming laptop is described and used to illustrate all programming concepts and the implementation of parts of automation projects completed by the authors in the past 15 years. The authors greatly appreciate the generous support of Siemens during the production of this book, including an expert technical review of the book conducted by the company.

At the end of each chapter is a set of homework questions and small laboratory design, programming, debugging, or maintenance projects. A comprehensive capstone design project is detailed in Chap. 9, the final chapter. All programs and system configurations used in this book are fully implemented and tested.

# This ebook is divided into 9 sections, included:

+ 1: Introduction to PLC Control Systems and Automation

+ 2: Fundamentals of PLC Logic Programming

+ 3: Timers and Counters Programming

+ 4: Math, Move, and Comparison Instructions

+ 5: Device Configuration and the Human-Machine Interface

+ 6: Process-Control Design and Troubleshooting

+ 7: Instrumentation and Process Control

+ 8: Analog Programming and Advanced Control

+ 9: Comprehensive Case Studies

# Number Page: 433

# File: PDF-75MB

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