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Inverter, PLC and configuration software practical technology quick tutorialPublished time: 2010 edition Brief introduction "Inverter, PLC and configuration software practical technology quick tutorial" For electrical automation, instrumentation, process control and other related majors in practical work Commonly used devices and software such as inverters, soft starters, servo motors, stepper motors, PLCs, configuration software, touch screens, etc. are explained in a simple way. The writing style of the meeting, the cases in the book are practical application projects, and take into account the two major areas of process control and electrical control. The "Instant Course of Practical Techniques of Inverters, PLCs and Configuration Software" also quantifies the energy-saving analysis of the frequency conversion of water pumps and fans that consume a large amount of electricity in the society. The problems in this field, fuzzy concepts and wrong energy-saving practices An analysis is performed, and the most advanced quantitative energy-saving measurement, quantitative energy-saving design, and quantitative energy-saving control technology in the field so far are given. It also shows how to continue deep energy conservation in pumping stations that already have frequency converters. "Inverter, PLC and Configuration Software Practical Technology Quick Course" strives to enable learners to basically master some of the most commonly used practical knowledge in practical work in a short period of time. Help improve your results quickly. "Inverter, PLC and configuration software practical technology crash course" can be used as a short-term crash training textbook or self-study textbook for automation majors, suitable for readers of high school education or above.
Preface Chapter 1. Basic knowledge of three-phase AC motors
1.1 Basic principles of three-phase AC motors
1.2 Reverse operation of three-phase AC motor
1.3 Number of poles of three-phase AC motor
1.4 Several types of three-phase AC motors
1.5 Basic knowledge of three-phase AC motor stator windings
1.6 Several external and internal connection methods of three-phase AC motors
1.7 Calculation and Estimation of Common Parameters of Three-Phase AC Motor Chapter 2 Speed Regulation Method of Three-Phase AC Motor
2.1 Three-phase AC motor speed
2.2 Efficiency of three-phase AC motors
2.3 Three-phase AC motor speed regulation method
2.3.1 Speed regulation method with changing pole pair number p
2.3.2 Speed regulation method to change slip rate s
2.3.3 Speed adjustment method for changing frequency
2.4 External speed regulation method of three-phase AC motor
2.4.1 Electromagnetic slip clutch
2.4.2 Hydraulically Coupled Governor
2.4.3 Hydraulic Viscosity Speed Control Clutch
2.4.4 Mechanical Governor Chapter 3 Decompression Transformation of High and Medium Voltage Three Phase AC Motors
3.1 1Y-1 △ conversion decompression method of three-phase AC motor
3.2 1YT-nY decompression method of three-phase AC motor
3.3 1 △ -n △ decompression method of three-phase AC motor
3.4 nY-m △ decompression method of three-phase AC motor
3.5 m △ -n Ya voltage conversion method of three-phase AC motor
3.6 Quick Checklist for Three-phase AC Motor △ -Y Serial-to-Voltage Change Method Chapter 4 Basic Knowledge of General Inverter
4.1 Main circuit structure of universal inverter
4.2 Sine wave pulse width modulation (SPWM) method and implementation method
4.3 Inverter harmonics and countermeasures
4.4 Estimation of input and output reactors
4.5 Inverter input and output voltage, current and power measurement
4.6 Basic usage of the inverter
4.6.1 Selection of inverter
4.6.2 Main power and control wiring of inverter
4.6.3 Basic parameter setting of the inverter
4.6.4 Appearance of the inverter
4.7 Heat dissipation and reactive power compensation of the inverter
4.8 V / F control of inverter
4.9 Vector control of inverter
4.10 Calculation and estimation of braking resistance
4.11 PID and Inverter Connection Problems in the Inverter Chapter 5 Basic Usage of Fuji G (P) 11 Inverter
5.1 Purpose
5.2 Essentials to master
5.3 Inverter appearance
5.4 Inverter model and general block diagram
5.5 Inverter wiring
5.6 Parameter setting
5.7 Quick data query and running status monitoring
5.8 Inverter operating height and heat dissipation issues Chapter 6 How to use Siemens MM440 universal inverter
6.1 Purpose
6.2 Essentials to master
6.3 Frequency converter shape
6.4 General block diagram of the inverter
6.5 Inverter wiring
6.6 Parameter setting
6.7 Derating Use of Inverter Chapter 7 Basic Usage of ABBACs550 Inverter
7.1 Purpose
7.2 Essentials to master
7.3 Inverter appearance
7.4 Inverter model
7.5 Inverter wiring and floating ground problems
7.6 Parameter setting
7.7 Other Precautions Chapter 8 Speed Regulation Law of Water Pump Fans and Principles of Governor Provisioning
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Analysis of power consumption of pump and fan stations and the concept of target power consumption
8.3 Calculation of power saving ratio
8.4 Necessary conditions for achievable power saving ratio
8.5 Five Principles of Energy-Saving Work for Pump and Fan Stations
8.6 "Target Power Consumption Energy-Saving Technology with the Lowest Power Consumption"
8.7 Speed regulation and switching laws
8.8 Quantity principle and selection principle of speed regulating equipment
8.9 Calculating Energy Savings of Water Pump and Fan Stations Using "Target Power Consumption" Energy Saving Theory
8.9.1 Calculate power saving potential for pumping stations that have been run with frequency converters
8.9.2 Measure power saving potential for pumping stations that are not operated with frequency converters
8.9.3 Measure power saving potential of pumping stations that have been run with frequency converters (insufficient number of governors)
8.9.4 Calculate the power saving potential of pumping stations that have already used inverters (lack of large and small pumps)
8.9.5 Analyze the use of pumping stations where the energy saving of the inverter is not obvious (too many governors)
8.9.6 Analysis of pumping stations that use inverters but consume more electricity
8.9.7 Calculating Power Saving Potential of a Single Pump Adjusted by a Valve
8.9.8 Energy-saving analysis of central air-conditioning pump station
8.9.9 Measurement accuracy and estimation method
8.9.1 Calculation of target power consumption of wind turbine stations
8.10 Controlling Pump and Fan Stations with the "Target Electricity Consumption" Energy Saving Theory
8.10.1 Operation method of target power consumption of speed-regulating pump station (with flow as control point)
8.10.2 Target power consumption operation method of speed-adjusting pumping station (with speed as control point) and stability

Chapter 9 Stability and Stability Criteria of Water Pump Fan Speed Regulating Operation
9.1 Stability Problems and Stability Area Determination of Pump Fan at Constant Speed
9.2 Stability criterion after water pump fan speed adjustment
9.3 Water pump fan overload
9.4 Frequent Switching of Water Pump Fans
9.4.1 Principle of Constant Pressure Water Supply
9.4.2 Frequent start and stop issues
9.5 Other Issues to Note Chapter 10 PID Controller
10.1 Basic Principles of PID Controllers
10.2 Function of main parameters of PID controller
10.3 Main wiring and shape of PID controller
10.4 Quick Start for IAO PID Controller
10.4.1 Purpose
10.4.2 Essentials to master
10.4.3 Appearance
10.4.4 Model description
10.4.5 Terminals
10.4.6 Constant Voltage Control with IAO Series PID Controller
10.4.7 Parameter setting
10.4.8 Parameter adjustment
1 0.4.9 Precautions Chapter 11 Soft Starter
11.1 Basic principles of soft starters
11.2 Basic parameters of soft starter
11.3 Basic wiring and shape of soft starter
11.4 Quick Start for CMC Soft Starter
11.4.1 Purpose
11.4.2 Essentials to master
11.4.3 Appearance
11.4.4 Wiring diagram
11.4.5 Parameter setting
11.4.6 Indicator description Chapter 12 Servo motor and servo motor controller
12.1 Principle of AC Servo Motor Driver
12.2 Wiring and outline of AC servo motor driver
12.3 Quick Start for A4 Series Servo Drive
12.3.1 Purpose
12.3.2 Essentials to master
12.3.3 Appearance
12.3.4 Model description of A4 series servo driver
12.3.5 Terminal Block Layout
12.3.6 Power terminals
12.3.7 Rotary encoder wiring
12.3.8 I / 0 interface X5
12.3.9 Panel and Function
12.3.10 Speed control mode
12.3.11 Position control mode Chapter 13 Stepper motor and drive
13.1 Principles of Stepping Motors
13.2 Parameter, wiring and shape of stepping motor
13.3 ST Series Stepper Motor Driver
13.3.1 Purpose
13.3.2 Essentials to master
13.3.3 Appearance
13.3.4 Terminals
13.3.5 Parameter Setting Chapter 14 Basic Knowledge of PLC
14.I Ladder Diagram Programming Instructions
14.1.1 Logical AND instruction
14.1.2 Logical OR instruction
14.1.3 Immediate Output Instructions
14.1.4 Set instruction
14.1.5 Reset instruction
14.1.6 Data Transfer Instructions (MOV)
14.1.7 Add Instruction (ADD)
14.1.8 Subtraction instruction (SUB)
14.1.9 Multiplication Instruction (MUL)
14.1.10 Division instruction (I) IV)
14.1.11 Counter instructions
14.1.12 Timer Instructions
14.1.13 greater than or equal to (> =) instruction
14.1.14 Equal (=) instruction
14.1.15 Less than (<) instruction
14.1.16 Greater than (>) instruction
14.1.17 Less than or equal (<=) instruction
14.1.18 Rising Edge Action (P) Instruction
14.1.19 Falling Action (N) Instruction
14.1.20 second pulse program instruction
14.1.2 1PID Closed-Loop Control Instructions
14.2 Programmer and quick familiarity with programming
14.3 Small Universal Logic Modules Without Programming Tools Chapter 15 Siemens s7-200 Series PLC
15.1 Purpose
15.2 Essentials to master
15.3 Outline of S7-00 Series PLC
15.4 Functions of Central Processing Unit (Main Module)
15.5 Form factor of expansion modules
15.6 How to connect expansion modules
15.7 Connection method of central processing unit and IZO address
15.8 Digital Input / Output Extension Module Connection Method and Address Assignment
15.9 Connection Method and Address Assignment of Analog Input / Output Expansion Module
15.10 How to connect programming devices
15.11 PLC hardware configuration and programming examples
15.12 How to Use PID Control
15.13 Conversion and Use of Floating-point Numbers Chapter 16 Siemens S7-300 Series PLC
16.1 Purpose
16.2 Essentials to master
16.3 Composition of s7-300 series PLC
16.4 Networking of S7-300 Series PLC
16.5 Connection method of input / output expansion card
16.6 S7-300 series PLC programmer connection and address arrangement rule
16.7 Application Cases and Programming of S7-300 Series PLC
16.8 $ 7-300 Series PID Application and Programming
16.9 Program Copying, Uploading, and Floating Point Operation Chapter 17 Omron CPIH Series PLC
17.1 Purpose
17.2 Essentials to master
17.3 Outline of CPIH Series PLC
17.4 Functions of Central Processing Unit (Main Module)
17.5 Shape and connection method of expansion module
17.6 Connection Method of Central Processing Unit and I / 0 Address
17.7 Digital Input / Output Extension Module Connection Method and Address Assignment
17.8 Analog Input / Output Extension Module Connection Method and Address Assignment
17.9 Overall Arrangement of Central Processing Unit and Expansion Unit
17.10 How to Connect a Programming Device
17.11 PLC Hardware Configuration and Programming Example
17.12 Use and Programming of Analog Signals
17.13 Program Download Chapter 18 Omron CJlM Series PLC
18.1 Purpose
18.2 Essentials to master
18.3 Composition of CJlM Series PLC
18.4 Wiring Layout of the Input / Output Expansion Card
18.5 Address Assignment of Input / Output Modules
18.6 CJIM Series PLC and Programming PC Connection
18.7 Programming of CJIM Series PLC
18.8 Use and programming of analog signals
18.9 Program Download Chapter 19 Danfoss and Trlo Synchronization Controller
19.1 Purpose
19.2 Essentials to master
19.3 Appearance and Interface of SyncPosMotionController Card
19.4 Connection Method of SyncPosMotionController Card
19.5 Wiring of VL, TS000 inverter
19.6 Use and Programming Method of SyncPosMotionController Card
19.7 Field Debug Application of SyncPos MotionController Card
19.8 Points to note when using SyncPosMotionController card
19.9 MC206 synchronization controller outline and interface description
19.10 Application Cases and Programming Methods of MC206 Synchronous Controller

Chapter 20 TD200 Human Machine Interface
20.1 Purpose
20.2 Essentials to master
20.3 Key Features of TD200
20.4 Form factor of TD200
20.5 Wiring between TD200 and s7200
20.6 Programming of TD200 Chapter 21 MT506 Touch Screen
21.1 Purpose
21.2 Essentials to master
21.3 Form factor of eView series touch screen
21.4 Interface with PC and PLC
21.5 Operation of eView Touch Screen Programming Software
21.6 Touch screen model and communication settings
21.7 Digital display
21.8 Digital output
21.9 Display of running status
21.10 Start-stop control
21.11 Text Display
21.12 File Save and Download and Offline Simulation Chapter 22 "Configuration King" Configuration Software
22.1 Purpose
22.2 Essentials to master
22.3 Operation and Communication Settings of Kingview
22.4 Establishing a "Tag" Connection with a PLC
22.5 Create New Screen
22.6 Adding Text Display
22.7 Analog display
22.8 Analog and data output
22.9 Button control output
22.10 Equipment running status indication
22.11 Program Download
22.12 Precautions Chapter 23 Siemens winCC Configuration Software
23.1 Purpose ...
Chapter 24 Practical Application Cases Chapter 25 Control System Anti-Interference and Failure Analysis References

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