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1-2 A HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
1-3 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
1-4 PLCS VERSUS OTHER TYPES OF CONTROLS
1-5 PLC PRODUCT APPLICATION RANGES
1-6 LADDER DIAGRAMS AND THE PLC
1-7 ADVANTAGES OF PLCS
2-2 NUMBER CONVERSIONS
2-3 ONE’S AND TWO’S COMPLEMENT
PROCESSORS, THE POWER SUPPLY, AND PROGRAMMING DEVICES
4-4 ERROR CHECKING AND DIAGNOSTICS
4-5 THE SYSTEM POWER SUPPLY
4-6 PROGRAMMING DEVICES
5-3 MEMORY STRUCTURE AND CAPACITY
5-4 MEMORY ORGANIZATION AND I/O INTERACTION
5-5 CONFIGURING THE PLC MEMORY—I/O ADDRESSING
5-6 SUMMARY OF MEMORY, SCANNING, AND I/O INTERACTION
6-1 INTRODUCTION TO DISCRETE I/O SYSTEMS
6-2 I/O RACK ENCLOSURES AND TABLE MAPPING
6-3 REMOTE I/O SYSTEMS
6-4 PLC INSTRUCTIONS FOR DISCRETE INPUTS
6-5 TYPES OF DISCRETE INPUTS
6-6 PLC INSTRUCTIONS FOR DISCRETE OUTPUTS
6-7 DISCRETE OUTPUTS
6-8 DISCRETE BYPASS/CONTROL STATIONS
6-9 INTERPRETING I/O SPECIFICATIONS
6-10 SUMMARY OF DISCRETE I/O
7-1 OVERVIEW OF ANALOG INPUT SIGNALS
7-2 INSTRUCTIONS FOR ANALOG INPUT MODULES
7-3 ANALOG INPUT DATA REPRESENTATION
7-4 ANALOG INPUT DATA HANDLING
7-5 ANALOG INPUT CONNECTIONS
7-6 OVERVIEW OF ANALOG OUTPUT SIGNALS
7-7 INSTRUCTIONS FOR ANALOG OUTPUT MODULES
7-8 ANALOG OUTPUT DATA REPRESENTATION
7-9 ANALOG OUTPUT DATA HANDLING
7-10 ANALOG OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
7-11 ANALOG OUTPUT BYPASS/CONTROL STATIONS
SPECIAL FUNCTION I/O AND SERIAL COMMUNICATION INTERFACING
8-1 INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL I/O MODULES
8-2 SPECIAL DISCRETE INTERFACES
8-3 SPECIAL ANALOG, TEMPERATURE, AND PID INTERFACES
8-4 POSITIONING INTERFACES
8-5 ASCII, COMPUTER, AND NETWORK INTERFACES
8-6 FUZZY LOGIC INTERFACES
8-7 PERIPHERAL INTERFACING
9-1 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
9-2 TYPES OF PLC LANGUAGES
9-3 LADDER DIAGRAM FORMAT
9-4 LADDER RELAY INSTRUCTIONS
9-5 LADDER RELAY PROGRAMMING
9-7 TIMER INSTRUCTIONS
9-8 COUNTER INSTRUCTIONS
9-9 PROGRAM/FLOW CONTROL INSTRUCTIONS
9-10 ARITHMETIC INSTRUCTIONS
9-11 DATA MANIPULATION INSTRUCTIONS
9-12 DATA TRANSFER INSTRUCTIONS
9-13 SPECIAL FUNCTION INSTRUCTIONS
9-14 NETWORK COMMUNICATION INSTRUCTIONS
9-15 BOOLEAN MNEMONICS
10-1 INTRODUCTION TO THE IEC 1131
10-2 IEC 1131-3 PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
10-3 SEQUENTIAL FUNCTION CHART PROGRAMMING
10-4 TYPES OF STEP ACTIONS
10-5 IEC 1131-3 SOFTWARE SYSTEMS
11-2 CONTROL STRATEGY
11-1 CONTROL TASK DEFINITION
11-3 IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES
11-4 PROGRAM ORGANIZATION AND IMPLEMENTATION
11-5 DISCRETE I/O CONTROL PROGRAMMING
11-6 ANALOG I/O CONTROL PROGRAMMING
11-7 SHORT PROGRAMMING EXAMPLES
12-1 INTRODUCTION TO DOCUMENTATION
12-2 STEPS FOR DOCUMENTATION
12-3 PLC DOCUMENTATION SYSTEMS
13-1 BASIC MEASUREMENT CONCEPTS
13-2 INTERPRETING ERRORS IN MEASUREMENTS
13-3 TRANSDUCER MEASUREMENTS
13-4 THERMAL TRANSDUCERS
13-5 DISPLACEMENT TRANSDUCERS
13-6 PRESSURE TRANSDUCERS
13-7 FLOW TRANSDUCERS
13-8 VIBRATION TRANSDUCERS
14-1 PROCESS CONTROL BASICS
14-2 CONTROL SYSTEM PARAMETERS
14-3 PROCESS DYNAMICS
14-4 LAPLACE TRANSFORM BASICS
14-5 DEAD TIME RESPONSES IN LAPLACE FORM
14-6 LAG RESPONSES IN LAPLACE FORM
14-7 TYPES OF SECOND-ORDER RESPONSES
15-1 INTRODUCTION
15-2 CONTROLLER ACTIONS
15-3 DISCRETE-MODE CONTROLLERS
15-4 CONTINUOUS-MODE CONTROLLERS
15-5 PROPORTIONAL CONTROLLERS (P MODE)
15-6 INTEGRAL CONTROLLERS (I MODE)
15-7 PROPORTIONAL-INTEGRAL CONTROLLERS (PI MODE)
15-8 DERIVATIVE CONTROLLERS (D MODE)
15-9 PROPORTIONAL-DERIVATIVE CONTROLLERS (PD MODE)
15-10 PROPORTIONAL-INTEGRAL-DERIVATIVE CONTROLLERS (PID MODE)
15-11 ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS
15-12 CONTROLLER LOOP TUNING
16-1 INTRODUCTION TO AI SYSTEMS
16-2 TYPES OF AI SYSTEMS
16-3 ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF AN AI SYSTEM
16-4 KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION
16-5 KNOWLEDGE INFERENCE
16-6 AI FAULT DIAGNOSTICS APPLICATION
17-1 INTRODUCTION TO FUZZY LOGIC
17-2 HISTORY OF FUZZY LOGIC
17-3 FUZZY LOGIC OPERATION
17-4 FUZZY LOGIC CONTROL COMPONENTS
17-5 FUZZY LOGIC CONTROL EXAMPLE
17-6 FUZZY LOGIC DESIGN GUIDELINES
18-1 HISTORY OF LOCAL AREA NETWORKS
18-2 PRINCIPLES OF LOCAL AREA NETWORKS
18-3 NETWORK TOPOLOGIES
18-4 NETWORK ACCESS METHODS
18-5 COMMUNICATION MEDIA
18-6 UNDERSTANDING NETWORK SPECIFICATIONS
18-7 NETWORK PROTOCOLS
18-8 NETWORK TESTING AND TROUBLESHOOTING
19-4 DEVICE BUS NETWORKS
19-5 PROCESS BUS NETWORKS
19-6 I/O BUS INSTALLATION AND WIRING CONNECTIONS
19-7 SUMMARY OF I/O BUS NETWORKS
20-1 PLC SYSTEM LAYOUT
20-5 PLC START-UP AND CHECKING PROCEDURES
20-6 PLC SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
20-7 TROUBLESHOOTING THE PLC SYSTEM
21-1 INTRODUCTION TO PLC SYSTEM SELECTION
21-2 PLC SIZES AND SCOPES OF APPLICATIONS
21-3 PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEM DEFINITION
21-4 OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
APPENDICES
APPENDIX A: LOGIC SYMBOLS, TRUTH TABLES, AND EQUIVALENT LADDER/LOGIC DIAGRAMS
APPENDIX B: ASCII REFERENCE
APPENDIX C: ELECTRICAL RELAY DIAGRAM SYMBOLS
APPENDIX D: P&ID SYMBOLS
APPENDIX F: ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
APPENDIX G: VOLTAGE-CURRENT LAPLACE TRANSFER FUNCTION RELATIONSHIPS
Table G-1. Voltage-current Laplace transfer function relationships
GLOSSARY
INDEX
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