This section covers programmable logic controller, PLC programming examples. Every example program includes the description of the problem, the solution as well as PLC code, explanation and run time test cases of the problem. These examples can be simple PLC programs or advanced PLC programs. So, they are suitable for any user (dummies, beginners or advanced users).
Here is the listing of PLC programming examples for different categories viz. Digital logic, Home and Industrial automations.
1. PLC Programs on Digital Logic
This section of PLC programming examples cover various digital logics likes Logic gates, boolean functions and combinational logic circuits. It also contains PLC programs on converters like Binary to BCD to Excess-3 code to BCD to Gray code, etc. followed by Multiplexers, de-multiplexers, Line encoders and decoders. It subsequently implements various Flip-Flop circuits like SR, D and T Flip Flops followed by PLC programs on Latching and Unlatching an Output by Time delays and Sealings.
2. PLC Programming Examples on Home Automation
The section of PLC programs covers problems surrounding Home Automation like Burglar Alarm Systems, Car Parking Systems and Classroom Capacity Problem.
PLC Program for Burglar Alarm Security System
PLC Program for a Car Parking System
PLC Program to Maintain the Capacity of a Particular Classroom
3. PLC Programming Examples on Industrial Automation
This section of PLC programming covers problems in Industrial Automation. There are lots of Industries and Services to which processes can be employed to automate the work flow using PLC circuits. For example: One can employ PLC programming for Automatic Car-washing, to Control Traffic Lights, Sequencing of Light Controls, Movement of Motors in Forward and Backward directions, Generation of Outputs based on Mathematical Functions and Equations, Level Control of Tanks (Two Tanks, Series Tank, Parallel Tank), Mixing in Process Pineline, Counting of Parts in Conveyor Belts and many more Industrial and Manufacturing Applications.
If you would like to learn PLC programming thoroughly, you should attempt to work on the complete set of example programs listed above.
Wish you the best in your endeavor to learn and master PLC Programming!