PART 2: Binary And Digital Operations (PDF)
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In this book (PART 2) we will get familiar with basic binary and digital operations that enable us to create a basic program within the requirements of an actual problem (with Siemens S71500 and S71200 PLC and TIA Portal). In this book we will also cover the basics of program blocks and how to organize our code within these blocks.
Table of Content:

LESSON 1: START NEW PROJECT

EXAMPLE 1: HW configuration from project documentation
 TASK 1: Insert our devices
 TASK 2: PLC configuration
 TASK 3: Configuring digital inputs
 TASK 4: Configuring digital outputs
 TASK 5: Configuring analog inputs
 TASK 6: Configuring analog outputs
 TASK 7: HMI Configuration
 TASK 8: Configuring frequency converters (drives)
 TASK 9: Configuring PLC Tag Tables and signal names
 TASK 10: Downloading HW and SW

LESSON 2: TEST HARDWARE CONFIGURATION

EXAMPLE 2: I/O check
 TASK 1: Checking digital inputs
 TASK 2: Checking analog inputs
 TASK 3: Checking digital outputs
 TASK 4: Checking analog outputs

LESSON 3: BASIC PLC COMMANDS

EXAMPLE 3: Binary operations / instructions / commands
 TASK 1: Organize your Favorite instructions
 TASK 2: AND, OR and XOR operations
 TASK 3: NOT instruction
 TASK 4: SET and RESET instructions
 TASK 5: Jump instructions

EXAMPLE 4: Simple program – part 1
 TASK 1: Creating, using and renaming PLC tags in “Functions”
 TASK 2: Online monitoring and modifying tag values

EXAMPLE 5: Simple program – part 2
 TASK 1: Using SET and RESET in our program

EXAMPLE 6: Simple program – part 3

EXAMPLE 7: Simple program – part 4

LESSON 4: INTERMEDIATE PLC COMMANDS

EXAMPLE 8: Digital operations
 TASK 1: Prepare data for the PLC Tag Table
 TASK 2: The ADD instruction
 TASK 3: DIV and MUL instructions
 TASK 4: Data type conversion
 TASK 5: The CALCULATE instruction
 TASK 6: Comparator instructions
 TASK 7: The INC instruction
 TASK 8: The MOVE instruction
 TASK 9: The CTU instruction
 TASK 10: The TON instruction

EXAMPLE 9: Intermediate program – part 1

EXAMPLE 10: Intermediate program – part 2

EXAMPLE 11: Intermediate program – part 3
 TASK 1: Creating a periodic signal with a different ON and OFF time duration
 TASK 2: Creating Toggle

LESSON 5: COMBINING THE BASIC AND INTERMEDIATE PLC COMMANDS

EXAMPLE 12: Create our new project

EXAMPLE 13: Write code based on functional specifications

EXAMPLE 14: Modify our program

LESSON 6: WRITING YOUR CODE IN A MORE STRUCTURAL WAY

EXAMPLE 15: Let us clean up / organize our code
 TASK 1: Creating a new function
 TASK 2: Call our function

LESSON 7: ADVANCED PLC COMMANDS

EXAMPLE 16: The PID regulator
 TASK 1: Add an organisation block, where we call the PID instruction
 TASK 2: Insert the PID instruction
 TASK 3: Prepare the data and connect it to the PID instruction using a link
 TASK 4: PID configuration
 TASK 5: PID commissioning

EXAMPLE 17: The PID pulse regulator
 TASK 1: The compact PID regulator with PULSEGEN
 TASK 2: The TCONT_CP regulator

EXAMPLE 18: PUT/GET instructions
 TASK 1: Enable PUT/GET instructions
 TASK 2: Connecting two PLCs
 TASK 3: Prepare data
 TASK 4: Insert a PUT instruction
 TASK 5: Configure a PUT instruction