ECT 284

  • ECT 284 Week 1 Homework

    ECT 284 Week 1 Homework

    ECT 284 Week 1 Homework Chapter 1 page 19, questions 1,2,3 1.  Define programmable logic controller. 2.  List seven distinct advantages that PLCs offer over the conventional relay control system. 3.  List four tasks in addition to...

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  • ECT 284 Week 1 Quiz

    ECT 284 Week 1 Quiz

    ECT 284 Week 1 Quiz  (TCO 1) Which symbol below is most often used as a start switch?  (TCO 1) From the table below, determine the pin numbers of a relay representing a NO contact (TCO 1) Which statement is true for the relay logic diagram...

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  • ECT 284 Week 2 Lab 3

    ECT 284 Week 2 Lab 3

    ECT 284 Week 2 Lab 3  A Control Problem with Multiple Inputs and Outputs 1.    Complete Table 1 below per lab instructions. 1.    Take a digital photo of your circuit and insert below. Please submit only this...

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  • ECT 284 Week 2 Lab 4 PLC Hardware

    ECT 284 Week 2 Lab 4 PLC Hardware

    ECT 284 Week 2 Lab 4 1.    Per step 6 instruction of Lab 4, turn on the power supply and touch the loose end of the red wire shown in Figure 7 to input terminals X0, X1, X2, X3, X4, X5, X6, and X7. Indicate which of LEDs marked X0 to X7...

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  • ECT 284 Week 2 Quiz

    ECT 284 Week 2 Quiz

    ECT 284 Week 2 Quiz (TCO 2) What is the function of the output module? (TCO 2) What is the function of the output module (TCO 2) Which statement is true for the relay logic diagram given below considering that the stop push button has been depressed...

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  • ECT 284 Week 3 Lab 5

    ECT 284 Week 3 Lab 5

    ECT 284 Week 3 Lab 5  Getting Started with LogixPro Simulation Software Process Description: The process starts by pressing a NO pushbutton and can be stopped at any time by pressing a NC pushbutton.  As soon as the process starts, a motor...

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  • ECT 284 Week 3 Quiz

    ECT 284 Week 3 Quiz

    ECT 284 Week 3 Quiz (TCO 3) The status of I1, I2, and I3 is given in each of the following ladder logic programs. Check all correct statements. (TCO 3) The status of I1, I2, and I3 is given in each of the following ladder logic programs. Check all...

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  • ECT 284 Week 4 Lab 7

    ECT 284 Week 4 Lab 7

    ECT 284 Week 4 Lab 7 Hardwiring your PLC, Downloading a program, and Running a Process 1.    Take a digital photo of your circuit and attach to this worksheet.   2. Print a copy of the ladder logic program and attach to this...

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  • ECT 284 Week 4 Lab 8 Flashing Light

    ECT 284 Week 4 Lab 8 Flashing Light

    ECT 284 Week 4 Lab 8 Flashing Light Once you have completed lab 8, Print-screen the ladder logic program you created and paste it below.  Then submit the worksheet to week 4 Dropbox.    

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  • ECT 284 Week 4 Quiz

    ECT 284 Week 4 Quiz

    ECT 284 Week 4 Quiz Question 1. 1. (TCO 4) An on-delay timer instruction has been programmed for a 20-seconds delay and a preset value of 200. What is the timer base value? (Points : 2)  Question 2. 2. (TCO 4) With reference to the accumulated...

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  • ECT 284 Week 5 Lab 10 A Simple Control Process

    ECT 284 Week 5 Lab 10 A Simple Control Process

    ECT 284 Week 5 Lab 10 A Simple Control Process A Simple Control Process 1. Take a digital photo of your circuit and attach to this worksheet.   2. Print a copy of the ladder logic program and attach to this worksheet. 3.   ...

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  • ECT 284 Week 5 Quiz

    ECT 284 Week 5 Quiz

    ECT 284 Week 5 Quiz (TCO 5) What is the decimal value stored in the 16-bit register R0? (TCO 5) The content of register R0 and a ladder logic program are given below. Determine which statements are true. Check all that apply. (TCO 5) The content of...

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