OEI353 Syllabus - Introduction To Plc Programming - 2021 Regulation - Open Elective | Anna University

OEI353 Syllabus - Introduction To Plc Programming - 2021 Regulation - Open Elective | Anna University

OEI353

INTRODUCTION TO PLC PROGRAMMING

 L T P C

3003

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1. Understand basic PLC terminologies digital principles, PLC architecture and operation.
2. Familiarize different programming language of PLC.
3. Develop PLC logic for simple applications using ladder logic.
4. Understand the hardware and software behind PLC and SCADA.
5. Exposures about communication architecture of PLC/SCADA.

UNIT I

INTRODUCTION TO PLC

9

Introduction to PLC: Microprocessor, I/O Ports, Isolation, Filters, Drivers, Microcontrollers/DSP, PLC/DDC- PLC Construction: What is a PLC, PLC Memories, PLC I/O, , PLC Special I/O, PLC Types.

UNIT II

PLC INSTRUCTIONS

9

PLC Basic Instructions: PLC Ladder Language- Function block Programming- Ladder/Function Block functions- PLC Basic Instructions, Basic Examples (Start Stop Rung, Entry/Reset Rung)- Configuration of Sensors, Switches, Solid State Relays-Interlock examples- Timers, Counters, Examples.


UNIT III

PLC PROGRAMMING

9

Different types of PLC program, Basic Ladder logic, logic functions, PLC module addressing, registers basics, basic relay instructions, Latching Relays, arithmetic functions, comparison functions, data handling, data move functions, timer-counter instructions, input-output instructions, sequencer instructions

UNIT IV

COMMUNICATION OF PLC AND SCADA

9

Communication Protocol – Modbus, HART, Profibus- Communication facilities SCADA: - Hardware and software, Remote terminal units, Master Station and Communication architectures

UNIT V

CASE STUDIES

9

Stepper Motor Control- Elevator Control-CNC Machine Control- conveyor control-Interlocking Problems

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

COURSE OUTCOMES:
CO1 Know the basic requirement of a PLC input/output devices and architecture. (L1)
CO2 Ability to apply Basics Instruction Sets used for ladder Logic and Function Block Programming.(L2)
CO3 Ability to design PLC Programmes by Applying Timer/Counter and Arithmetic and Logic Instructions Studied for Ladder Logic and Function BIock.(L3)
CO4 Able to develop a PLC logic for a specific application on real world problem. (L5)
CO5 Ability to Understand the Concepts of Communication used for PLC/SCADA.(L1)

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Frank Petruzzula, Programmable Logic Controllers, Tata Mc-Graw Hill Edition
2. John W. Webb, Ronald A. Reis, Programmable Logic Controllers Principles and Applications, PHI publication

REFERENCES:
1. MadhuchanndMitra and SamerjitSengupta, Programmable Logic Controllers Industrial Automation an Introduction, Penram International Publishing Pvt. Ltd.
2. J. R. Hackworth and F. D. Hackworth, Programmable Logic Controllers Principles andApplications, Pearson publication

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