STANDARD COMPONENT SPECIFICATION:
PLC MAIN UNIT
Controller: PLC main , 1 ea
Input: 24V DC Input , 16 ea
Output: Relay Contact Output , 16 ea
Programming console (optional): Full programming features on back lit Two line LCD display Keypad Hand-held programmer , 1 ea
Cable: Program download cable , 1 ea
Memory 2K EEPROM memory , 1 ea
Power Supply: 24V DC 2.1A (short circuit protection) , 1 ea
Input Terminals 4mm ɸ Banana Jack , 16 ea
Output Terminals 4mm ɸ Banana Jack , 16 ea
Input Switches Toggle Switch , 16 ea
Simulation Indicators LED, 32 ea
DC Supply Terminal 24V DC +/- , 2 ea
• Fundamentals of Logic
• PC communication
• Developing Ladder Logic Programs
• Programming Timers
• Structure of Control Systems
• Sequencer Programs
• Master Control & Zone Control Instructions
• Programming Counters
• Jump Instructions & Sub-routines
• Combined Counter & Timer Functions
• PLC Installation Practices.
• Connecting cables for drive unit to switches, LED, relays & other peripherals
• Connection leads
• Experiment manual
• Soft copy manual for easy print-out
• Teaching Pendant - GOTT-PLC-PENDANT 787-646
• Omron CX Programmer - GOTT-PLC-CX-1 787-600
(1) All manuals are written in English
(2) Model Answer
(3) Teaching Manuals
This trainer is a complete training system, introducing the student to the operation, programming and troubleshooting of modern industrial programmable logic controllers.
A complete curriculum is provided incorporating many learning activities related to basic sequence, circuit flow, ladder logic programming and troubleshooting. Many activities reflect actual industrial applications. An optional hand-held programming pendant, input/output devices and a wiring kit are provided, making the device complete and ready for use without the need for additional accessories or a link to PC base programming, monitoring and control.
This product, together with its associated student manual & programming manual, creates a complete introductory course in PLCs, for industrial training applications as well as in the educational learning.
A PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) is effectively a computer with I/O. The I/O (input/output modules) is a method of getting signals from the outside world into the computer and back again. The I/O is generally robust (so they can cope with noise and spikes). Also available are intelligent I/O cards (which effectively have a computer on the I/O card) for Intermediate Model and HMI devices (touch screen) for Advance Model.