Soft Logic: A Guide to Using a PC as a Programmable Logic Controller

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McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Computers - 344 pages
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Providing a practical overview of software-based logic control systems, this edition demonstrates how the personal computer, coupled with the right software and input/output hardware, may emerge as the next generation of programmable logic controller. It contains over 30 hands-on applications of soft-logic from HVAC systems to robotics machinery and includes a complete walk-through of an entire soft-logic system from design to implementation. The book also features a comprehensive chapter on communications schemes including a detailed discussion of DeviceNet.

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Contents

Traditional Control Schemes
7
AC Drives and Soft Logic
21
ReducedVoltage Starters
37
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