For two-semester, introductory and advanced courses in programmable controllers in departments of engineering, engineering technology, and science.
Written around Allen-Bradley's popular programmable controllers, this self-contained, state-of-the-art text teaches students how to write sophisticated programs on a real PLC—the PLC they are most likely to encounter in the industry. It contains a wealth of structured programming examples, and the up-to-date ControlLogix processor.
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The best way to learn about programmable controllers is to take a hands-on approach to writing control programs. This book walks readers through many examples and programs, covering the basics as well as the complexities of sequential and automatic control and the latest changes in programmable controller technology. Upon completion, readers will be able to write complex programs using state diagramming, zone control, subroutines, and sequential function charts.
The text has many features that help reinforce learning, including:
Instructors using the text for a course may want to obtain the Instructor's Manual (ISBN: 0-13-092393-1).
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 013025603X
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