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In this program, students will be introduced to the discrete programming instructions that are used in the implementation of electromechanical control using a PLC, which are the basic relay instructions. This module explains the operation of the basic on-delay and off-delay types of timers and...
Lessons in this course:
1. PLC Instructionsâ€”Basic Relay
2. Contact Instructionsâ€”Examine ON-Examine OFF
3. Output Coil Instructions (Real-Internal-Latch/Unlatch)
4. Programming a Normally Closed Input Device
5. Timer Basics
6. On-Delay and Off-Delay Timers
7. Special Timer Example
7772 Programmable Controllers-Discrete Software Programming In this program, students will be introduced to the discrete programming instructions that are used in the implementation of electromechanical control using a PLC, which are the basic relay instructions. This module explains the operation of the basic on-delay and off-delay types of timers and... more
Programmable Controllers-Discrete Software Programming
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