RM 102 An Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers
This series of lectures have been presented to thousands of electricians, technicians and engineers in the industrial controls community. This lecture presents the thought process of using bit locations in digital memory to represent relay coils as used in the old days.
Most of this series has been removed due to poor quality, poor audio and low resolution.This is an updated version of Lecture 01 Introduction to Relays and Industrial Control, a PLC Training Tutorial. It is part one of a two part lecture.
PLC Lecture 01a - Fundamentals Pt.1
This is an updated version of Lecture 01 Introduction to Relays and Industrial Control, a PLC Training Tutorial. It is part two of a two part lecture.
PLC Lecture 01b - Fundamentals Pt.2
Brief intro to the number systems used in PLCs. The HEX conversion in one of the graphics should read, 40,960+0+240+1 = 41201.
PLC Lecture 02 - Number Systems, Binary
There is no longer a part 04 in this series...
PLC Lecture 04 - Evolution of Machine Control
PLC Lecture 05 - Computer Control Evolving
PLC Lecture 06 - I/O Allegory, Pencil and the PaychecksThere is no longer a part 07 in this series...
PLC Lecture 08 - The Original Rack of Memory, PLC2
There is no longer a part 09 in this series...