Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers

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Delmar Publishers, 1998 - Programmable controllers - 433 pages
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This text offers an introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers. It is a comprehensive source where the beginner can learn what a programmable logic controller is, how it works, programming, editing, PLC interface, I/O module selection and PLC hardware configuration. The text's extensive review questions at the end of each chapter and over 40 hands-on lab manual exercises give students the tools to learn the topic at hand.

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Gary Dunning received his Bachelor's Degree at the University of Minnesota. He also studied Computer Electronics at St. Paul Technical College, St. Paul, Minnesota. During his career he has developed and taught classes on programmable logic controllers at two technical colleges in Minnesota. Mr. Dunning worked for Rockwell Automation providing technical support and taught open as well as private classes for 20 years. Gary is the author of Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers, editions 1 through 4 and the Lab Manual to accompany each edition of Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers. His latest book is the Introduction to the ControlLogix Programmable Automation Controller using RSLogix 5000 with Labs.

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