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Course: ENGR 480, Fall 2009
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of Control Motion On/Off Control (bang-bang) Proportional Control -- closed loop -- open loop Boolean Arithmetic Digital Logic Expressions When part is ready, cylinder is retracted, and emergency stop is not on, then cut while cylinder is not fully extended and emergency stop is not on. Pneumatic Logic Elements Directional control valve Shuttle valve - OR function Twin pressure valve AND function Other...

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of Control Motion On/Off Control (bang-bang) Proportional Control -- closed loop -- open loop Boolean Arithmetic Digital Logic Expressions When part is ready, cylinder is retracted, and emergency stop is not on, then cut while cylinder is not fully extended and emergency stop is not on. Pneumatic Logic Elements Directional control valve Shuttle valve - OR function Twin pressure valve AND function Other functions -- Check valve -- Speed control valve -- Time delay valve Pneumatic Schematics Pneumatic Schematics Electric Logic Control Input and Output Ladder diagrams Timing diagrams State machines I/O Activity Active Levels High - active level is logic 1 (+V) Active Low - active level is logic 0 (GND) Ladder Diagrams Example - Relay Logic Example - Relay Logic Example - Relay Logic Example - Relay Logic Timing Diagrams State Machines State Diagram Logic Equation and Ladder Diagram Example - Relay Logic Another Example /iSENSORiRET S0 oCYL=0 iSENSOR oCYL=0 S2 ...

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