Industrial control systems continue to employ standard analog signals for transmitting data between the process and the control equipment. Process transmitters in a chemical plant, for example, convert low-level temperature and pressure signals into robust, 4-20mA current-loop signals that are easily transmitted over several thousand feet.
Do you know how to scale your Analog input? Or control your Analog output? Many people Struggle with Analog signals in PlC programming. How to use an analog input or output in your control algorithm for PLC can be tricky. Most often while you are reading PLCs you will see digital example PLC programs where you have to work with only two condition ON and OFF. But when you will work with analog signals you will see that an analog signal can take any value between its low and high value. So while working with analog signals you have dealt with infinity states.
So we have design this course in order to make you understand concept behind analog programming. We have also explained how to use PID controllers in Siemens TIA.
In this course you will learn how to represent an analog signal in binary numbers. In this course you will learn how to scale analog input or output using Siemens TIA. In this course we have used factory io software in order to simulate industrial application in 3d environment. In this course you will learn how to use analog signals in PLC programming using Siemens TIA. After learning this course you will be able to write a ladder logic program for analog signals using Siemens TIA.