P14-02 - O:000/11 float I:000/02 motor starter B O:000/12...

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a solution for P14-1 a solution for P14-2 P14-2. Do problem 14-1 except use two-slot addressing for the PLC 5/30. Addresses for two-slot addressing: With two-slot addressing, each pair of slots (starting with 0 and 1) will be an I/O group. Thus, slots 0 and 1 will be in I/O group 0. stop1: I:000/00 green lamp: O:000/10 start1: I:000/01 motor starter A:
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Unformatted text preview: O:000/11 float: I:000/02 motor starter B: O:000/12 stop2: I:000/03 red lamp A: O:000/13 start2 I:000/04 red lamp B: O:000/104 Note, an auxiliary relay from the motor starter was used as an input to control the red lamp. Thus, the lighting of the red lamp provides positive confirmation that the starter contacts closed....
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2012 for the course ECET 231 taught by Professor Piller during the Spring '12 term at Purdue.

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