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PLC Development 2010g Michael Kellow Kathleen Manuel James Kemp
Overview Description Scope Current Progress Communication Software Hardware Future Plans 2
PLC’s Control the World 3
PLC Industries Water & Waste Treatment Electricity Generation and Distribution Mining Manufacturing Pharmaceuticals Golf Clubs 4
What makes a PLC Programmable Logic Controller Simple Logic Controller Reliable Extendable Versatile 5
PLC vs PC or Micro Less Errors in Programming High Reliability Compatibility with Hardware and Instuments 6
PLC Range 16 Major PLC Manufacturers Many Smaller Manufacturers Not Compatible with each other 7
Scope Research, develop and construct an industry standard PLC (programmable logic controller) for teaching purposes. 8
Current Progress PLC Development Communications Protocol SoftwareHardware 9
Communications Protocol Some of the factors that will help determine which type of protocol to use: cost redundancy speed repeatability maintainability 10
Communications Protocol Modbus Developed by Modicon Standard communications protocol in industry Widespread use of Modbus in industry mainly due to: –Cost –Maintainability Image taken from: 11
Communications Protocol Ethernet/IP Developed by Rockwell Automation (Allen-Bradley) Designed for use in process control and other automation applications Image taken from: ethernetgateways.com 12
Current Progress Software Kernel Design SLC 500 Commands Closed Source PID Control Ladder Logic Interpreter 13
Ladder Logic [ I 2 AND NOT (O 3 ) ] OR [ O 3 AND NOT (I 2 ) ] = Output 2 14
Programming RS Logix
Hardware Enclosure Processor Module Communications Modules Expansion and I/O Modules Power Supply 16
Future Goals 17
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