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Re: PLC theory and usage
Re: PLC theory and usage -- Mukesh Paul Post Reply Top of thread Forum
Posted by: Randy Kimball

01/30/2003, 20:49:36

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Modern PLCs are quite complex with many possible functions all programmed in a step/ladder program. A typical manual will comprize many pages. Most manufactures have their manuals downloadable at their respective web pages and are to the fresh user a heck of a hand full to follow. 50 to 150 pages is not uncommon. So as you said, start simple and work your way up the "ladder".For a good start into thoery and basics go herehttp://www.epanorama.net/links/automation.htmlGood luck you have a bit of reading to do.-randy-








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