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PLC Control Technology

Contents
1. What is a PLC ?
2. Why is PLC using industry ?
3. Types of PLC in the market
4. Introduction Misubishi PLC
a) I/O
b) Hardware connection
c) Commands
5. Demo
1 What is a PLC ?

Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) is a digital computer used for the


automation of various electro-mechanical processes in
industries. PLC consists of a microprocessor which is programmed using
the computer language.
1 What is a PLC ? Cont

The program is written on a computer and is downloaded to the PLC via


cable. These loaded programs are stored in non volatile memory of the
PLC.
1 What is a PLC ? Cont
2 Why industry use PLC ?
1. Very fast
2. Easy to change logic i.e. flexibility
3. Reliable due to absence of moving parts
4. Low power consumption
5. Easy maintenance due to modular assembly
6. Facilities in fault finding and diagnostic
7. Capable of handling of very complicated logic operations
8. Good documentation facilities
9. Easy to couple with the process computers
10. Analog signal handling and close loop control programming
11. Counter, timer and comparator can be programmed
12. Ease operator interface due to colourographic and advisory system
introduction
3 Types of PLC in the market
1. Misubitshi 10. Koyo
2. Panasonic 11. Fatek
3. Siemen 12. Keyence
4. Omron 13. Vigor
5. LS-LG 14. Liyan
6. Delta 15. WAGO
7. Schneider
8. Rockwell
9. ABB
4 Introduction Mitsubishi PLC

a) PLC tagged as Q series


QJ71E71 extension card
QCPU serie
b) PLC tagged as FX series
FX3U with the FX3U-ENET extension card
FX3GE
c) PLC Tagged as iQ-F series
FX5U
4 Introduction (Cont.)

PLC control equipment


4 Introduction (Cont.)

PLC control equipment


4 Introduction (Cont.)

Auxiliary Unit
4 Introduction (Cont.)

Auxiliary Unit
4 Introduction (Cont.)
1 Wiring Image

Wiring of Units
4 Introduction (Cont.)
1 Wiring Image

Wiring of Units
4 Introduction (Cont.)
2 Connection of PLC and Terminal I/O Box (MM-VC300 / VC220

Wiring of Units
4 Introduction (Cont.)
3 Wiring of Units and Terminal I/O Box MM-VC300 / VC220

Wiring of Units
4 Introduction (Cont.)
3 Wiring of Units and Terminal I/O Box MM-VC300 / VC220

Wiring of Units
4 Introduction (Cont.)
3 Wiring of Units and Terminal I/O Box MM-VC300 / VC220
It can be operated manually by simple connection as below: It can be operated manually by connecting
Green wire to Signal input terminal of I/O Box and pushing Pseudo input button.

Wiring of Units
4 Introduction (Cont.)
3 Wiring of Units and Terminal I/O Box MM-VC300 / VC220

Wiring of Units
4 Introduction (Cont.)
4 Wiring by Terminal Block

Wiring of Units
4 Introduction (Cont.)
5 Setting of PLC Connecting CableMM-C920 (Example)

I/O of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
5 Setting of PLC Connecting CableMM-C920 (Example)

I/O of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
6 Communication Setting of PLC

PLC used in this instruction manual MELSEC-Q series, the


ladder program creation software GX-Works2
4 Introduction (Cont.)
6 Communication Setting of PLC

PLC used in this instruction manual MELSEC-Q series, the


ladder program creation software GX-Works2
4 Introduction (Cont.)
6 Communication Setting of PLC

PLC used in this instruction manual MELSEC-Q series, the


ladder program creation software GX-Works2
4 Introduction (Cont.)
6 Communication Setting of PLC

PLC used in this instruction manual MELSEC-Q series, the


ladder program creation software GX-Works2
4 Introduction (Cont.)
6 Communication Setting of PLC

PLC used in this instruction manual MELSEC-Q series, the


ladder program creation software GX-Works2
4 Introduction (Cont.)
a Setting of Comment Input

Making program
4 Introduction (Cont.)
a Setting of Comment Input

Making program
4 Introduction (Cont.)
b Making Ladder Program

Making program
4 Introduction (Cont.)
b Making Ladder Program

Making program
4 Introduction (Cont.)
b Making Ladder Program

Making program
4 Introduction (Cont.)
b Making Ladder Program

Making program
4 Introduction (Cont.)
c Conversion of Program

Making program
4 Introduction (Cont.)
d Data Transfer to PLC

Data Transfer to PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
d Data Transfer to PLC

Data Transfer to PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
d Data Transfer to PLC

Data Transfer to PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
d Data Transfer to PLC

Data Transfer to PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
d Data Transfer to PLC

Data Transfer to PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
d Data Transfer to PLC

Data Transfer to PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
e Motion Check by Monitor Mode

Motion Check by Monitor Mode


4 Introduction (Cont.)
e Motion Check by Monitor Mode

Motion Check by Monitor Mode


4 Introduction (Cont.)
f Basic Program

Commands of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
f Basic Program

Commands of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
f Basic Program

Commands of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
f Basic Program

Commands of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
f Basic Program

Commands of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
f Basic Program

Commands of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
f Basic Program

Commands of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
f Basic Program

Commands of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
i Counter Circuit

Commands of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
i Counter Circuit

Commands of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
i Counter Circuit

Commands of Mitsubishi PLC


4 Introduction (Cont.)
i Counter Circuit

Commands of Mitsubishi PLC


5 Demo
a Practice

Run GK-Works2
5 Demo
a Practice

Run GK-Works2
5 Demo
a Practice

Run GK-Works2
5 Demo
b Demo 1

Motor control by Switch


5 Demo
b Demo 1

Programming
5 Demo
b Demo 1

Operation check
5 Demo
c Demo 2

Cylinder Control by Switch


5 Demo
c Demo 2

Cylinder Control by Switch


5 Demo
c Demo 2

Operation check
5 Demo
c Demo 2

Operation check
5 Demo
d Demo 3

Conveyer Control by Photo Sensor


5 Demo
d Demo 3

Conveyer Control by Photo Sensor


5 Demo
d Demo 3

Operation check
5 Demo
d Demo 3

Operation check
5 Demo
d Demo 4

Conveyer & Cylinder Control by Switch & Photo Sensor


5 Demo
d Demo 4

Conveyer & Cylinder Control by Switch & Photo Sensor


5 Demo
d Demo 4

Conveyer & Cylinder Control by Switch & Photo Sensor


5 Demo
d Demo 4

Operation check
5 Demo
d Demo 4

Operation check
5 Demo
e Demo 5

Self-Holding Circuit Part 1


5 Demo
e Demo 5

Self-Holding Circuit Part 1


5 Demo
e Demo 5

Self-Holding Circuit Part 1


5 Demo
f Demo 6

Self-Holding Circuit Part 2


5 Demo
f Demo 6

Self-Holding Circuit Part 2


5 Demo
f Demo 6

Self-Holding Circuit Part 2


5 Demo
f Demo 6

Self-Holding Circuit Part 2


5 Demo
i Demo 7

Pick & Place Unit


5 Demo
i Demo 7

Pick & Place Unit


5 Demo
i Demo 7

Pick & Place Unit


5 Demo
i Demo 7

Pick & Place Unit


5 Demo
i Demo 8

Equipment configuration

Work Supply and Pick & Place Unit


5 Demo
i Demo 8

Work Supply and Pick & Place Unit


5 Demo
i Demo 8

Work Supply and Pick & Place Unit


5 Demo
i Demo 8

Work Supply and Pick & Place Unit


5 Demo