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  • 25. mar. 2017

  • In this lesson we'll define the make, break, and output enable instructions common to most PLCs as well as differentiate between electrical continuity as required by traditional hardwired relay based ladder logic and logical continuity as required by most PLCs. Pay attention to this lecture as it establishes fundamental ground rules about common PLC program instructions that, if misinterpreted, can be disastrous. (Full Lecture) Copyright information: Use this lecture. Use it at home, at work, or at school. Put it in a playlist, embed it in a website, share it with your coworkers, family, friends, and enemies. I made this lecture and posted it on YouTube so users everywhere have free access to this information. This being said, this YouTube channel is meant to be the sole point of distribution for this lecture. Users are not authorized to download it, change it, or charge for access. Don’t even think of downloading it and uploading to your own channel and pretending it’s your own work. Not cool. Use this lecture and let your friends know this free resource exists. Use it. Don't steal it. Be cool. For more FREE online technical training check out the following playlists available at the bigbadtech channel: Basic Electronics: DC Circuit Analysis https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Basic Electronics: Single Phase AC Circuit Analysis https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Basic Electronics: 3 Phase AC Circuit Analysis https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Hydraulics https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Motor Control https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Motors and Generators https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Motor Drives/Variable Frequency Drives (VFD) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

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  • greywolf271
    greywolf271 For 2 år siden

    The 8 states considered from

  • guru gara
    guru gara For 7 md. siden

    this is the most clear instruction in youtube about plc

  • J R
    J R For 1 år siden

    Thanks for this explanation!!! This was the easiest way to understand the XIO/XIC instructions I have ever heard!!!!!!!

  • Nizzey215
    Nizzey215 For 4 md. siden

    I'm still waiting for my beautiful mind moment lol

  • Christopher Bailey
    Christopher Bailey For 6 md. siden

    I love the snowflake warning haha

  • R Walter
    R Walter For 2 år siden

    I appreciate your clarity of instruction both visually and audibly, thank you very much!

  • Domeless.com
    Domeless.com For 2 år siden

    I just put it in my pipe and smoked it! Thank you so much. Exactly what I needed.

  • NiShYu
    NiShYu For 8 md. siden (redigert)

    I want to appreciate the amount to patience and work you put into this, its tedious sometimes but it really helps us inthe log run!

  • Robert
    Robert For 1 år siden

    Great lecture, thank you.

  • slimroit
    slimroit For 9 md. siden

    perfect instructor with drawings , well done , thanks

  • Keith Clark
    Keith Clark For 1 md. siden

    I just started learning PLC and only have view a few videos. This video is great! I love the way how important it is to Jim. Someone like this are the ones you want to learn from. Detail, detail, detail...you have to be detail to be good.

  • Paul Brewerton
    Paul Brewerton For 2 år siden

    Great video, i'm sure you managed to get the info into a few thick skulls

  • kay Dizzle
    kay Dizzle For 2 år siden

    Great video. This is so confusing sometimes and I appreciate you dumbing it down for me. All of this terminology is driving me crazy, everything seems to mean the opposite of what it implies, or opposite of what it looks like in graphics. I went to a technical college that didn't explain this nearly as well as you are, good job and thank you!

  • Applied Electrical with Dr. Dickson K. Chembe

    I recommend this video

  • Chala Fekadu
    Chala Fekadu For 6 md. siden

    PERFECT

  • La mecánica de Tim
    La mecánica de Tim For 2 år siden

    Muchas gracias por el esfuerzo.

  • Steve West
    Steve West For 4 md. siden

    I taught at a community college....primarily hydraulics and pneumatics. I'm now retired and I still check out your videos. Thanks for being such a dedicated instructor. I really appreciate it! Simply great, no doubt!

  • Ricaul Castellon
    Ricaul Castellon For 1 år siden

    You are the best of them all!!!

  • Neeraja Lahudva
    Neeraja Lahudva For 1 år siden

    Amazing video. All my doubts are cleared. These are basics that you can't go on learning more complicated application programs without understanding this simple make, break concept.

  • Srivatsa A.R.
    Srivatsa A.R. For 2 år siden

    Sir