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					MADISONVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Syllabus Fall 2008 CLASS NUMBER:
COURSE: COURSE DESCRIPTION:

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276EET Programmable Logic Controllers Underlying principles and applications of programmable logic controllers including installation, logic fundamentals, and numbering systems; basic programming of inputs, outputs, timers, counters, comparators, basic data manipulation, and safety circuits of industrial PLCs. 30 clock hours 2 credit hours Permission of the instructor. 277EET Daniel Nance Room 002, JCD, North Campus 824-1838 danielg.nance@kctcs.edu

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OFFICE HOURS: Due to teaching on different campuses and the growing number of online courses, please email or call to schedule office hours, advising questions, or other issues. CLASS HOURS: TEXTBOOK: 8am-9am MW “Programmable Logic Controllers” Frank D. Petruzella See attached task list.
PLC’s: An Overview A. Principles of Operation B. Parts of a PLC C. PLC size and Application PLC Hardware Components A. Discrete I/O modules B. Analog I/O modules C. Special I/O modules

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D. I/O specifications E. The CPU F. Memory design and types Number Systems and Codes A. Decimal System B. Binary System C. Octal System D. Hexadecimal System E. Binary Arithmetic Fundamentals of Logic A. The Binary Concept B. AND, OR, NOT Functions C. Boolean Algebra and Expressions D. Producing PLC Ladder circuits from Logic Gates Basics of PLC Programming A. Processor Memory Organization B. Program Scan C. Relay-Type Instructions D. Instruction Addressing E. Branch Instructions F. Internal Relay Instructions G. Programming EIO and EIC Instructions H. Entering the Ladder Diagram I. Modes of Operation Developing PLC Wiring and Ladder Logic Diagrams A. Examine Contactors, and Motor Starters as PLC Output Devices B. Examine Manual, Mechanical, and Automatic Control as PLC Input Devices C. Examine Pilot Lights, Control Relays, Solenoids, Heaters, Alarms, and Horns as PLC Output Devices D. Examine Seal-In Circuits in PLC Programs E. Latching Relays F. Converting EMC Diagrams to PLC Ladder Diagrams G. Writing PLC Ladder Diagrams from a Narrative H. Safety Circuitry Programming Timers A. Timer Instructions B. Non-Retentive On-Delay Timers C. Non-Retentive Off-Delay Timers D. Retentive Timers E. Cascading Timers Data Manipulation Instructions A. Data Transfer Operations (Move Instruction) B. Data Compare Instructions (Comparators) Programming Counters A. Counter Instructions B. Up-Counter C. Down-Counter D. Cascading Counters E. One-Shot (Transitional) Contact F. Combining Counter and Timer Functions Program Control Instructions A. Jump Instructions and Subroutines B. Master Control and Zone Control Instructions Troubleshooting Techniques A. Grounding B. Electrical Noise

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Preventative Maintenance PLC Shutdown Procedure

COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Weekly tests Final test Other work as assigned by the instructor TURN OFF CELL PHONE DURING CLASS OTHER COMPETENCY: All written assignments must be readable and will require competency in written English. Aspects of thinking critically will be assessed in this course in lecture exams and labs. Students will be assessed regarding learning independently. Additionally, examining relationships in diverse and complex environments will be assessed, with examples including each student’s ability to demonstrate awareness and the importance of nationally and internationally standardized reference material.

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Communicate Effectively 1. Read and listen with comprehension. 2. Speak and write clearly using standard English. 3. Interact cooperatively with others using both verbal and non-verbal means. 4. Demonstrate information processing through basic computer skills. Think Critically 1. Make connections in learning across the disciplines and draw logical conclusions. 2. Demonstrate problem solving through interpreting, analyzing, summarizing, and/or integrating a variety of materials. 3. Use mathematics to organize, analyze, and synthesize data to solve a problem. Learn Independently 1. Use appropriate search strategies and resources to find, evaluate, and use information. 2. Make choices based upon awareness of ethics and differing perspectives/ideas. 3. Apply learning in academic, personal, and public situations. 4. Think creatively to develop new ideas, processes, or products. Examine Relationships in Diverse and Complex Environments 1. Recognize the relationship of the individual to human heritage and culture. 2. Demonstrate an awareness of the relationship of the individual to the biological and physical environment. 3. Develop an awareness of self as an individual member of a multicultural global community.

GRADING CRITERIA:

Weekly tests Final test

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NOTE: A grade of C or better is required for successful completion of this class. ATTENDANCE POLICY: Students missing more than two classes in a row or more than 10% of scheduled classes during the semester will be required to consult with the instructor on their progress and grade expectations. You are responsible for all class work you miss. You will not be allowed to make up any tests unless you have an emergency. Late work will be downgraded 10% on each weeks (or part of) lateness. Make-up tests will be downgraded 10%. Withdrawal must be done before January 13 to receive 100% tuition adjustment. Withdrawal must be completed before March 13 to receive a W. Withdrawal is not complete until you personally turn the proper forms to the Registrar. General purpose scientific or engineering calculator.

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ADA Policy If you have a documented disability and need any type of accommodation, you are required to register with the Disability Resource Coordinator. Contact Valerie Wolfe, Disability Resource Coordinator, in Room 112 of the LRC building or at (270) 8241708. The Disability Resources Office provides accommodations for students with permanent or temporary documented disabilities. This includes, but is not limited to, students with physical or psychological disabilities, learning disabilities, ADD, ADHD, and other health problems.

For information about academic rights, academic offenses, and right to appeal infringement upon your rights, a copy of the student code of conduct can be found in the Technical Campus Library or at the KCTCS web page @ http://www.kctcs.edu/student/conduct.htm.
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: In case of fire, exit the rear door to the designated assembly area In case of tornado warning, go into the break room


				
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