Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) BookGood Evening all. This is my first visit to the site and my first post so without further ado here's my story in a nutshell. The head control tech responsible for all design, spec, and PLC programming at our company quit today. Myself being the most electrically fluent in the company now I have a feeling they might come to me to pick up some of the extra slack around he shop. My PLC experience is limited but I am a quick learn so I was hoping to pick up a good reference or textbook on PLC programming but after looking around I am befuddled by the number of choices.
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Having said that, if you are really interested in taking your PLC knowledge to the next level, then I recommend that you take PLC training courses online or read a book written by a true expert on the subject matter. Courses on PLC online were created by experts who have decided to add even more value to the world. They have invested a lot of time, effort, and even money to bring all of these material to you! That said, I am not affiliated with any of these online PLC training courses and I just put them out here with the intention of bringing you the best resources that are available online. You just have to look harder to find them. All of these courses were made by Electrical Engineering Portal, and I highly recommend you check them out.
These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and 4. “PLC Programming for Industrial Automation ” by Kevin Collins.
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Free PLC Courses
Hello all, I know its been a long time since I last posted, a lot going on here. Final edits were done last week, and the official release date was April 8, I ordered a physical copy and after inspection decided to have it printed on a heavier paper even though it cost me a bit more. The information density is pretty high, but there really is a lot of advanced stuff in there. This is a generic approach to PLCs with 12 exercises explaining most of the basic PLC hardware and software concepts, including all of the typical instruction types found in PLCs. It also has a pretty good history of PLCs and computing devices and most of the basic PLC math concepts you need to know.