"Concepts of Ladder Logic Programming" is a practical guide for developing your knowledge of PLC "ladder logic" programming, based on Allen Bradley's SLC 500 family of PLC's. Whether you work as a technician or as a design engineer, "PLC Programming Basics" speaks to the world of possibilities available for machine and process control in a clear and understandable language. In Book 1 of this series, special emphasis is given to: - The basic building blocks of the SLC 500 instruction set - Discussion on Timers and Counters with example programming. - "Location-defined" and "User-defined" addressing and syntax. - How to configure a new PLC project - How to establish a communication link between laptop & SLC 500 processor. - How to add "Symbols," "Descriptions" and "Comments" to your ladder logic program - Understanding the different components of a PLC. - Understanding Input & Output modules and their critical functions - How to understand and use the "Data File" tables. - Understanding the PLC's "scan routine." - Developing good programming techniques
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