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2000\03\20@162153 by WF

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2000\03\21@012706 by Quentin

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Not quite sure I understand. You want to write a 16C877 program using
the ladder method such as what they use for PLC's? Do you want software
that can do this or do you want to learn about Ladder diagrams?

Your best bet is to get hold of the big PLC manufacturers such as Omron
or Siemens. Most of them have documentation they might let you have.

Ladder diagrams pretty much have the same basics, but also differ from
each manufacturer. Pretty much the same assembler differ for different
microprocessors.

I've used Ladder diagrams a lot on PLC's, so if you need info please
feel free to ask.

Quentin

2000\03\21@112138 by WF

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----- Original Message -----
From: Quentin <spam_OUTqscTakeThisOuTspamICON.CO.ZA>
To: <.....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU>
Sent: Tuesday, March 21, 2000 3:24 AM
Subject: Re: PLC - MANUAL


> Not quite sure I understand. You want to write a 16C877 program using
> the ladder method such as what they use for PLC's? Do you want software
> that can do this or do you want to learn about Ladder diagrams?

My student wants to learn Ladder, and developt an Ladder Environment the
export PIC code...

>
> Your best bet is to get hold of the big PLC manufacturers such as Omron
> or Siemens. Most of them have documentation they might let you have.

Good idea!

>
> Ladder diagrams pretty much have the same basics, but also differ from
> each manufacturer. Pretty much the same assembler differ for different
> microprocessors.

Yes, i agree, but we will select all that each Ladder Manufacturer have in
common

>
> I've used Ladder diagrams a lot on PLC's, so if you need info please
> feel free to ask.

Thanks!

>
> Quentin

2000\03\21@121032 by Dan Michaels

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>> Not quite sure I understand. You want to write a 16C877 program using
>> the ladder method such as what they use for PLC's? Do you want software
>> that can do this or do you want to learn about Ladder diagrams?
>
>My student wants to learn Ladder, and developt an Ladder Environment the
>export PIC code...
>>
>> Your best bet is to get hold of the big PLC manufacturers such as Omron
>> or Siemens. Most of them have documentation they might let you have.
>
>Good idea!
>

You might try Allen-Bradley/Rockwell Automation. Phone# listed as
1-414-382-2000, on a '95 book I have from them, called:

"MicroMentor Understanding and Applying Microprogrammable Controllers"

Looks like a good introduction - 10 pages on ladder logic [from the
guys who trademarked the "micro" - ,U symbol - isn't free enterprise
great!]

- Dan Michaels
Oricom Technologies
http://www.sni.net/~oricom
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2000\03\21@184245 by Peter van Hoof

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if you  go to the allenbradley website http://www.ab.com/manuals/ they have
a lot of manuals (including plc) online as huge pdf files

[snip]

You might try Allen-Bradley/Rockwell Automation. Phone# listed as
1-414-382-2000, on a '95 book I have from them, called:

"MicroMentor Understanding and Applying Microprogrammable Controllers"

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