Free PLC e-Book

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  1. MaxHeadRoom

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    Three clicks and a fake email address required.

    Thanks, Max. I don't have a clue about PLCs but this will help.
     
  3. atferrari

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    Had the chance to be in close contact with people dealing with them daily but lacked the decision to peek into one. Let's do it on paper at least. Those ladders looking so simple actually intrigued me. Simple?

    Gracias for sharing Max
     
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  5. MaxHeadRoom

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    Dick Morley was the prime developer of this at the behest of GM wanting to convert the typical factory relay logic automation control, the object was to make the automation more reliable but keep the premise close to the hard wired ladder schematics that maintenance crew were familiar with in order to make trouble shooting easier.
    The advantage to the PLC is the status, on/off, of a input/output or the value of a timer/register can be seen on screen.
    George Boole would have been proud.:cool:
    Max.
     
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