Super Programmable Controllers
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Special I/Os and Analog Interfacing
Special Digital I/Os
Stepper Motors Controller Outputs
Using High Speed Counter Inputs with Rotary Encoder
Using Interrupt Inputs
Using Pulse Measurement Inputs
Serial Communication Ports
1.9.1 COMM1: RS232C with Female DB9
1.9,2 COMM3: Two-wire RS485 Port (& Applications)
1.9.3 Changing Baud Rate and Communication Format:Use of SETBAUD Statement
1.9.4 Support of Multiple Communication Protocols
1.9.5 Accessing the COMM Ports from within TBASIC
1.9.6 Using Modem to Remotely Program/Monitor PLC
1.9.7 Constructing a 2nd Multi-drop Network
1.10 DIP Switches
1.11 CPU Status Indicators
1.12 Internal Relays, Timers & Counters, etc.
Chapter 2: Operating Procedure
Transferring Program to PLC
Errors and Problems
On-Line Monitoring & Control
2.5.1 Monitoring PLC’s I/O Logic States
2.5.2 Viewing and Modifying PLC’s Internal Variables
2.5.3 Force Setting/Resetting I/O Bits
2.5.4 Suspending PLC’s Ladder ProgramLadder Monitoring
Get PLC’s Hardware Info
Set PLC’s Real Time Clock
Trouble-Shooting Communication Errors
Table of Contents
Chapter 3: Host Communication
Multi-Point Communication System
3.2.1 RS485 Network Interface Hardware
3.2.2 Protection of RS485 Interface