T.O.C

    I.   Information About Foxboro and I/A
   II.   Information on Rockwell / Allen-Bradly
  III.   Abstract Tech
  IV.   MODBUS
   V.   PC / Control Information
  Vi.   AutoCAD
 VII.   PLC
VIII.   Interactive Programs
  IX.  Unknown

 


 

I.  Information About Foxboro and I/A

 

  

II. Information on Rockwell / Allen-Bradly

 

 

 III. Abstract Tech:

  • Thermocouple
    • Abstract: A thermocouple is an electrical device consisting of two dissimilar conductors forming electrical junctions at differing temperatures. A thermocouple produces a temperature-dependent voltage as a result of the thermoelectric effect, and this voltage can be interpreted to measure temperature. Thermocouples are a widely used type of temperature sensor.
    • Address: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermocouple
  • HMI Design
    • Abstract: There are many ways to develop human-machine interface (HMI) screens for machine and process automation applications. Effective implementation requires discipline in design. The look, feel, and ease of use of an HMI can vary widely given all the tools, object libraries, animations, and colors available with modern HMI software—but there are guidelines to improve HMI effectiveness.
    • Address: https://www.isa.org/intech/20150405/
  • Servo Tuning

 

  

IV. MODBUS:

 

 

V. PC / Control Information:

 

 

VI. AutoCAD:

 

 

 VII. PLC:

  • Introduction: Function Blocks
    • Abstract: In engineering disciplines, especially within time driven systems, software languages are often based on function blocks. Examples are languages for programmable controllers [IEC 61131] or simulation environments like Matlab/Simulink [Simulink]. Many commercial software tools in the process industry also use function blocks as program organization units. Despite minor differences the concept of function blocks is the same in all considered function block oriented languages.
    • Address: http://www.functionblocks.org/Introduction.html
  • PLC Manual
    • Abstract: A PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers)  is an industrial computer used to monitor inputs, and depending upon their state make decisions based on its program or logic, to control (turn on/off) its outputs to automate a machine or a process.
    • Address: http://www.plcmanual.com/
  • PLC Training Org.
    • Abstract: This site is to organize a best in class PLC training approach and offer related resources. A learning path to becoming a PLC expert. As industrial control evolves, so will this site to always offer best practices in PLC training. Below is the recommended PLC training path, broken into 10 sections (learning phases).
    • Address: http://plc-training.org/

 

 

VIII. Interactive Programs:

 

 

IX. Unknown: