Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers: The Mitsubishi FX

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Arnold, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 224 pages
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A programmable logic controller is a microprocessor used to control any electronically programmable device, such as a microwave oven, washing machine etc. and the Mitsubishi PLC is the most common in industry. The aim of this book is to provide the engineering technician with a sound working knowledge of PLC operation, with a minimum of unnecessary theoretical background. Content is determined by the needs of service engineers who encounter PLCs with increasing frequency in their work.

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Contents

MEDOC software
7
Modifications
26
Program testing
45
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

John Ridley, who lives in Los Angeles, is the author of four highly regarded novels, and a former producer on NBC's "Third Watch. He wrote and produced the film "Undercover Brother, wrote the story for "Three Kings, and wrote and directed "Cold Around the Heart. His novel "Stray Dogs was made into the movie "U Turn, directed by Oliver Stone. He is also a regular commentator for National Public Radio.

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