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View Resource One-Shot PLC Operation

Created by Terry L.M. Bartelt of the Wisconsin Online Resource Center provides this animation showing the one-shot operation of a programmable logic controller. The resource uses Flash animation and is overall a nice brief introduction to the topic.

View Resource Programmable Logic Open Source Textbook

This book will cover the design and implementation of programmable logic devices (PLDs) using the Verilog, VHDL, and System C Hardware description languages. It is not meant to be a comprehensive reference to these languages, but more of a quick guide that covers the parts essential to developing effective digital designs. This book will also cover programming a variety of specific programmable...

View Resource Process Logic Control Using RoboLego

This document contains instructions for teaching students about process logic control using RoboLegos. The activity was presented by Mary Jane Kurtz and Crystal Auger at the BIOMAN Conference in July 2006. The objectives, materials, and detailed procedures are listed for three separate activities: Fan, Touch Sensor, and Temperature.

View Resource Module L: Electronics Controls

Initially developed by NJCATE and a team of math, science, communications and technology faculty, this learning module employs the NJCATE Integrated Curriculum Model to integrate core and technical material. Accessing just-in-time learning concepts in which instructors function as coach/facilitators, the module guides students through core and technical activities built around a main project....

View Resource Programmable Logic Devices

PLDs are specialized integrated circuits (ICs) used to implement digital circuits. These circuits are programmable meaning that they can be preconfigured to create almost any design. Over the years, PLDs have grown in size and complexity and new versions have been created. They give designers a variety of options in developing digital circuits and systems. Today, PLDs have virtually replaced...

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