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Title:
Fundamentals of electrical control
Author:
Phipps, Clarence A., 1922-
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Edition:
Second edition.
Publication Information:
Lilburn, Ga. : Fairmont Press, [1999]

©1999
Physical Description:
xvi, 213 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780881733129

9780130126993
Format :
Book

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From the logic of design to startup, operation and maintenance, this reference covers all aspects of wiring, relay logic, programmable logic controllers and a host of electrical control applications and challenges you'll encounter on the job.


Summary

Newly, revised, this book offers the logic of design to startup, operation and maintenance, and all aspects of wiring, relay logic, programmable logic controllers and a host of electrical control applications and challenges you'll encounter on the job.

A new chapter covers heat and enclosures and includes information on the creation of heat in electronic devices and how it can be dissipated. Beginning with the basic principles of electrical logic, the author guides you through each step of the design of a sequencing logic system, including developing the schematic diagram, making a bill of materials, and designing component wiring diagrams.


Table of Contents

Drawing and Photo Listp. xi
Forewordp. xv
Chapter 1 Introductionp. 1
Logicp. 3
Boolean equationsp. 3
Example of logicp. 4
Fish-bone diagramp. 5
The ladder diagramp. 5
The flow-chartp. 9
Chapter 2 Componentsp. 13
Contactorsp. 13
Relaysp. 15
Timersp. 16
Solenoidsp. 18
Limit switchesp. 19
Push-buttonsp. 20
Selector switchesp. 23
Non-contact limit switchesp. 23
Chapter 3 Ladder Diagramsp. 25
Wiring diagram examplesp. 28
Diode logicp. 31
Case historyp. 33
Chapter 4 Develop A Schematic Diagramp. 37
Description of sequential applicationp. 38
Power logicp. 40
Safety logicp. 42
Chapter 5 Logic Continuedp. 45
Automatic startp. 45
Automatic stopp. 49
Chapter 6 Logic Continuedp. 51
Manual controlsp. 51
Jog controlsp. 53
Putting it all togetherp. 54
Chapter 7 Develop Bill of Materialsp. 57
Interconnect wiringp. 63
Chapter 8 Wiring Diagramsp. 67
Motor control centerp. 67
Relay panelp. 70
Control consolep. 72
Summaryp. 74
Chapter 9 Application of Schematic and Wiring Diagramsp. 75
Control testingp. 76
Manual startupp. 76
Problemp. 78
Automatic startupp. 79
Problemp. 79
Power testingp. 80
Chapter 10 Case History Examplep. 83
Motions requiredp. 85
Position detectionp. 85
Power systemp. 86
Operator controlsp. 86
Schematic diagramp. 86
Wiring diagramsp. 89
Summaryp. 89
Chapter 11 Special Examples of Relay Logicp. 93
Bailing circuitp. 93
A sorting applicationp. 95
Binary logicp. 95
Encodingp. 96
Shift-registerp. 96
Read code into shift-registerp. 96
Decodingp. 98
Counting with relaysp. 101
Chapter 12 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllersp. 105
PLC hardwarep. 106
Power supplyp. 107
CPUp. 107
I/O rackp. 108
Programming devicesp. 109
Chapter 13 Number Systemsp. 113
Decimalp. 113
Binaryp. 114
Octalp. 115
Binary Coded Decimal BCDp. 116
Hexadecimalp. 116
Chapter 14 PLC Memory Structurep. 119
Bitp. 119
Bytep. 119
Wordp. 120
Filep. 120
System addressingp. 122
I/O addressesp. 122
Image table addressesp. 122
Scanningp. 124
Chapter 15 PLC Instruction Setp. 127
Types of instructionsp. 127
Bit levelp. 127
Word levelp. 127
File levelp. 127
Timers/countersp. 128
Program controlp. 128
Communicationsp. 128
Shiftingp. 128
Diagnosticp. 128
Miscellaneousp. 128
Bit level instructionsp. 129
Word level instructionsp. 130
File level instructionsp. 134
Sequencersp. 134
Timer/counter instructionsp. 134
Program controlp. 136
Communication instructionsp. 137
Shifting instructionsp. 137
Diagnostic instructionsp. 138
Miscellaneous instructionp. 138
Summaryp. 138
Chapter 16 How Do PLC's Compare to Relay Logic?p. 139
Analyze sample programp. 140
Chapter 17 Convert Relay Logic to PLCp. 145
Power considerationsp. 145
Logic considerationsp. 146
Indexingp. 146
Programming considerationsp. 146
Comparisonsp. 150
Chapter 18 PLC Start-Up and Trouble-Shootingp. 153
Histogramsp. 155
Chapter 19 Logic Comparisonsp. 157
Digitalp. 157
Analogp. 157
Convertersp. 158
Signal manipulationp. 158
Chapter 20 Applied Analog Logicp. 161
DC Drive logicp. 161
How does the DC motor work?p. 162
Speed regulationp. 164
Power sourcesp. 164
DC schematicp. 165
Control componentsp. 167
Operating sequencep. 167
Voltage regulationp. 168
Current regulationp. 168
Field crossoverp. 169
Regenerative brakingp. 170
Commentsp. 170
Chapter 21 Unusual Trouble-Shooting Case Historiesp. 173
Relay systemsp. 173
Lightningp. 175
Harmonicsp. 177
Ground faultsp. 178
Chapter 22 Heat and Enclosuresp. 181
Defining Heatp. 182
Temperature Calculationsp. 182
Heat Transfer Methodsp. 183
Chapter 23 Conclusionp. 191
Appendicesp. 195
A. Glossaryp. 195
B. Formulasp. 203
Indexp. 209
Drawing and Photo Listp. xi
Forewordp. xv
Chapter 1 Introductionp. 1
Logicp. 3
Boolean equationsp. 3
Example of logicp. 4
Fish-bone diagramp. 5
The ladder diagramp. 5
The flow-chartp. 9
Chapter 2 Componentsp. 13
Contactorsp. 13
Relaysp. 15
Timersp. 16
Solenoidsp. 18
Limit switchesp. 19
Push-buttonsp. 20
Selector switchesp. 23
Non-contact limit switchesp. 23
Chapter 3 Ladder Diagramsp. 25
Wiring diagram examplesp. 28
Diode logicp. 31
Case historyp. 33
Chapter 4 Develop A Schematic Diagramp. 37
Description of sequential applicationp. 38
Power logicp. 40
Safety logicp. 42
Chapter 5 Logic Continuedp. 45
Automatic startp. 45
Automatic stopp. 49
Chapter 6 Logic Continuedp. 51
Manual controlsp. 51
Jog controlsp. 53
Putting it all togetherp. 54
Chapter 7 Develop Bill of Materialsp. 57
Interconnect wiringp. 63
Chapter 8 Wiring Diagramsp. 67
Motor control centerp. 67
Relay panelp. 70
Control consolep. 72
Summaryp. 74
Chapter 9 Application of Schematic and Wiring Diagramsp. 75
Control testingp. 76
Manual startupp. 76
Problemp. 78
Automatic startupp. 79
Problemp. 79
Power testingp. 80
Chapter 10 Case History Examplep. 83
Motions requiredp. 85
Position detectionp. 85
Power systemp. 86
Operator controlsp. 86
Schematic diagramp. 86
Wiring diagramsp. 89
Summaryp. 89
Chapter 11 Special Examples of Relay Logicp. 93
Bailing circuitp. 93
A sorting applicationp. 95
Binary logicp. 95
Encodingp. 96
Shift-registerp. 96
Read code into shift-registerp. 96
Decodingp. 98
Counting with relaysp. 101
Chapter 12 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllersp. 105
PLC hardwarep. 106
Power supplyp. 107
CPUp. 107
I/O rackp. 108
Programming devicesp. 109
Chapter 13 Number Systemsp. 113
Decimalp. 113
Binaryp. 114
Octalp. 115
Binary Coded Decimal BCDp. 116
Hexadecimalp. 116
Chapter 14 PLC Memory Structurep. 119
Bitp. 119
Bytep. 119
Wordp. 120
Filep. 120
System addressingp. 122
I/O addressesp. 122
Image table addressesp. 122
Scanningp. 124
Chapter 15 PLC Instruction Setp. 127
Types of instructionsp. 127
Bit levelp. 127
Word levelp. 127
File levelp. 127
Timers/countersp. 128
Program controlp. 128
Communicationsp. 128
Shiftingp. 128
Diagnosticp. 128
Miscellaneousp. 128
Bit level instructionsp. 129
Word level instructionsp. 130
File level instructionsp. 134
Sequencersp. 134
Timer/counter instructionsp. 134
Program controlp. 136
Communication instructionsp. 137
Shifting instructionsp. 137
Diagnostic instructionsp. 138
Miscellaneous instructionp. 138
Summaryp. 138
Chapter 16 How Do PLC's Compare to Relay Logic?p. 139
Analyze sample programp. 140
Chapter 17 Convert Relay Logic to PLCp. 145
Power considerationsp. 145
Logic considerationsp. 146
Indexingp. 146
Programming considerationsp. 146
Comparisonsp. 150
Chapter 18 PLC Start-Up and Trouble-Shootingp. 153
Histogramsp. 155
Chapter 19 Logic Comparisonsp. 157
Digitalp. 157
Analogp. 157
Convertersp. 158
Signal manipulationp. 158
Chapter 20 Applied Analog Logicp. 161
DC Drive logicp. 161
How does the DC motor work?p. 162
Speed regulationp. 164
Power sourcesp. 164
DC schematicp. 165
Control componentsp. 167
Operating sequencep. 167
Voltage regulationp. 168
Current regulationp. 168
Field crossoverp. 169
Regenerative brakingp. 170
Commentsp. 170
Chapter 21 Unusual Trouble-Shooting Case Historiesp. 173
Relay systemsp. 173
Lightningp. 175
Harmonicsp. 177
Ground faultsp. 178
Chapter 22 Heat and Enclosuresp. 181
Defining Heatp. 182
Temperature Calculationsp. 182
Heat Transfer Methodsp. 183
Chapter 23 Conclusionp. 191
Appendicesp. 195
A. Glossaryp. 195
B. Formulasp. 203
Indexp. 209

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