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Author Kruse, Stefan.

Title LOGO! 8 : a Practical Introduction, with Circuit Solutions and Example Programs
Edition 1
Published Hoboken : Wiley, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (161 pages)
Contents Cover; LOGO! 8A -- Practical Introduction, with Circuit Solutions and Example Programs; Imprint; Preface; Contents; 1 Modern information technology; 1.1 Fundamentals of electrical engineering; 1.1.1 Sensors; 1.1.2 Actuators; 1.2 Open-loop and closed-loop control; 1.2.1 Classification of open-loop control systems; 1.2.2 Classification of closed-loop control systems; 1.3 Programmable logic circuits and -programmable relays; 2 Introduction to working with -Siemens LOGO! Soft Comfort; 2.1 The program interface; 2.1.1 Developing a program; 2.2 Settings; 2.2.1 Block properties
2.2.2 Basic program settings2.3 The help function; 2.4 The simulation mode; 3 Connection of LOGO! and -transfer of a -program; 3.1 Preassembled practice boards for simulation; 3.2 The connection of sensors and actuators; 3.3 Power supply ; 3.4 LOGO! in the network ; 3.4.1 The capabilities of a web server; 3.5 External storage media; 3.6 SMS function; 3.6.1 Data exchange between CMR2020 and LOGO!; 3.7 Expansion components for LOGO!; 3.8 Trial project for circuit wiring; 3.8.1 Circuit for hardware simulation; 3.8.2 A simple program: the twilight switch
3.9 Integration of the LOGO! into 5 V systems3.10 Transfer of programs; 3.10.1 Sending programs to the LOGO!; 3.10.2 Loading programs from the LOGO!; 3.10.3 Protection of the LOGO! by the administrator mode; 4 Simple exercises with the LOGO!; 4.1 Switching by means of digital signals; 4.2 Switching by means of analog signals; 4.3 Time delays; 4.4 Comparator circuit; 4.5 Pulse or frequency measurement; 4.6 Information output on one display; 4.6.1 Ticker function and colored background lighting; 4.7 Simplifying complex circuits; 4.7.1 Splitting and merging connections; 4.7.2 Creating UDF blocks
5 Planning and carrying out a project in information technology5.1 Project planning using an example of a fan circuit; 5.2 Safety notes; 5.3 A simple soldering course; 5.3.1 Manufacturing a board for the simulation of the LOGO! inputs; 6 Using the LOGO! in day-to-day operations; 6.1 A weather station; 6.1.1 Anemometer subprogram; 6.1.2 Temperature measurement subprogram; 6.1.3 Precipitation measurement subprogram; 6.1.4 Overall program for weather station; 6.2 An illumination system; 6.3 A plant station for the window sill; 6.4 A tea brewer; 6.4.1 Water boiler subproject
6.4.2 Tea cup subproject6.4.3 Control system subproject; 6.5 An electronic lock; 6.5.1 Shift register function of the LOGO!; 6.5.2 Brief description of the function block diagram; 6.6 Object monitoring; 6.6.1 Integration of a camera; 6.7 An intelligent garden watering system with -process water control; 6.7.1 Soil humidity measurement subproject; 6.7.2 Watering process subproject; 6.7.3 Overall circuit for garden watering; 6.8 Speed measurement with the LOGO!; 6.9 Controlling a photovoltaic system; 6.10 Generating hot water using a wood stove; 6.11 An (automobile) alarm system
Notes 6.12 Automated feeding machine for an aquarium or -terrarium
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