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DERY ECET 405 Week 5 Homework updated

DERY ECET 405 Week 5 Homework updated

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ECET 405 Week 5 Homework updated

 

Chapter 10 – PP 298-300:

Chapter 11 – PP 318-321:

Chapter 13 – PP 377-378:

 

DERY ECET 405 Week 7 iLab Project Design II updated

DERY ECET 405 Week 7 iLab Project Design II updated

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ECET 405 Week 7 iLab Project Design II updated

 

1.Fill in the values for voltages applied to the motor and corresponding speeds from steps 6 and 7 in Table 1.

4.Write a brief report on the functionality of your system. Describe any troubleshooting or challenges you experienced during the lab.

 

DERY ECET 405 Week 6 iLab Project Design updated

DERY ECET 405 Week 6 iLab Project Design updated

 

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DERY ECET 405 Week 6 Homework updated

DERY ECET 405 Week 6 Homework updated

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ECET 405 Week 6 Homework updated

Chapter 14 problems 1, 2, and 7

Chapter 15 problem 2

Chapter 14

Problem 1: Give an example of an open-loop control system. Explain why the system is open-loop, and identify the controller and final control element.

Problem 2: Give an example of a closed-loop control system. Explain why the system is closed-loop, and identify the sensor, controller, and final control element.

Problem 7: Describe the advantage of a 4 to 20mA current loop as an input signal compared to a 0 to 5 volt input signal.

Chapter 15

Problem 2: Complete a report on one type of open communications network. Make use of the Internet as well as manufacturers literature for compiling the report.

 

DERY ECET 405 Week 5 iLab Traffic Lights updated

DERY ECET 405 Week 5 iLab Traffic Lights updated

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ECET 405 Week 5 iLab Traffic Lights updated

 

LogixPro Simulation:

1.Copy and paste the ladder logic program you obtained in step 4 of the lab to this worksheet.

PLC Hardware:

2.Take a digital photo of your PLC wiring and attach to this worksheet.

3.Print a copy of the ladder logic program and attach to this worksheet.

4.Briefly describe the operation of each rung for the ladder logic shown in step 8.

 

DERY ECET 405 Week 4 iLab Hardwiring your PLC updated

DERY ECET 405 Week 4 iLab Hardwiring your PLC updated

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ECET 405 Week 4 iLab Hardwiring your PLC updated

 

Hardwiring your PLC, Downloading a Program Containing Timer and Counter Instructions, and Running the Process

1.Take a digital photo of your circuit and attach to this worksheet

2. Print a copy of the ladder logic program from your PC and attach to this worksheet.

3. Briefly describe the operation of each rung.

The process starts by pressing the NO start pushbutton and can be stopped at any time by pressing an NC stop pushbutton. As soon as the process starts, a DC motor runs for five seconds and then stops. A LED blinks on/off for every second the motor runs. Once the motor stops, if the NO count pushbutton is pressed four times, the motor turns on again and runs for five more seconds. A LED blinks on/off for every second the motor runs. Then, the entire process ends.

 

DERY ECET 405 Week 4 Chapter 7 Homework updated

DERY ECET 405 Week 4 Chapter 7 Homework updated

 

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ECET 405 Week 4 Chapter 7 Homework updated

 

DERY ECET 405 Week 3 Chapter 4 Homework and Chapter 5 updated

DERY ECET 405 Week 3 Chapter 4 Homework and Chapter 5 updated

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DERY ECET 405 Week 2 iLab updated

DERY ECET 405 Week 2 iLab updated

 

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1.Per step 6 of Lab 2 instructions, 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 will turn on.

 

1.Explain why some of the input LEDs do not turn on as you touch the loose red wire to some of the input terminals of the PLC.

 

2.What needs to be done to enable those LEDs that did not turn on, to turn on as you touch the loose end of the red wire to corresponding input terminals?

 

3.Explain what you need to do to turn on LEDs X0 and X5 at the same time?

 

4.Explain what you need to do to turn on LEDs X0, X2, X4, and X6 at the same time?

 

5.For the software part of the lab answer the following questions:

 

6.Describe the operation of each instruction in each rung:

 

7. Describe how you would modify the program so that when overheating occurs for the first time, the entire process stops