|Course Title||Code||Semester||L+P Hour||Credits||ECTS|
|Programmable Logic Controllers *||EEE 419||7||3||4||5|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites||Yok|
|Recommended Optional Programme Components||None|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Course Level||First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)|
|Course Coordinator||Prof. Dr. Ulus ÇEVİK|
Introducing the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) and its architecture. Getting students to comprehend control systems. Developing PLC programming skills.
Introduction to PLCs. Architecture of the PLC. Elements of the control system, relays and control. Ladder diagrams. Application of PLCs in control circuits. PLC functions (timers, counters, cotrol relays). Reset in control circuits. Physical parts of the PLC, and their operations. PLC programming tools. Choosing a PLC for an application. Advanced PLC programming techniques. Speed of a PLC, and the factors affecting it. Interrupts.
|Course's Contribution To Program|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
Has capability in those fields of mathematics and physics that form the foundations of engineering.
Grasps the main knowledge in the basic topics of electrical and electronic engineering.
Comprehends the functional integrity of the knowledge gathered in the fields of basic engineering and electrical-electronics engineering.
Identifies problems and analyzes the identified problems based on the gathered professional knowledge.
Formulates and solves a given theoretical problem using the knowledge of basic engineering.
Has aptitude for computer and information technologies
Knows English at a level adequate to comprehend the main points of a scientific text, either general or about his profession, written in English.
Has the ability to apply the knowledge of electrical-electronic engineering to profession-specific tools and devices.
Has the ability to write a computer code towards a specific purpose using a familiar programming language.
Has the ability to work either through a purpose oriented program or in union within a group where responsibilities are shared.
Has the aptitude to identify proper sources of information, reaches them and uses them efficiently.
Becomes able to communicate with other people with a proper style and uses an appropriate language.
Internalizes the ethical values prescribed by his profession in particular and by the professional life in general.
Has consciousness about the scientific, social, historical, economical and political facts of the society, world and age lived in.
|1||Introduction to PLCs. Architecture of the PLC.||None|
|2||Elements of the control system, relays and control.||Review the previous lecture contents|
|3||PLCs and control, Ladder diagrams.||Review the previous lecture contents|
|4||Application of PLCs in control circuits.||Review the previous lecture contents|
|5||PLC functions (timers, counters, cotrol relays).||Review the previous lecture contents|
|6||Reset in control circuits.||Review the previous lecture contents|
|7||Midterm Examination||Review the previous lecture contents|
|8||Physical parts of the PLC, and their operations.||Review the previous lecture contents|
|9||PLC programming tools.||Review the previous lecture contents|
|10||Choosing a PLC for an application.||Review the previous lecture contents|
|11||Advanced PLC programming techniques.||Review the previous lecture contents|
|12||Speed of a PLC, and the factors affecting it.||Review the previous lecture contents|
|13||Interrupts.||Review the previous lecture contents|
|14||Review||Review the previous lecture contents|
|15||Review||Review the previous lecture contents|
|16-17||Final Examination||Review the previous lecture contents|
|Recommended or Required Reading|
The PLC Workbook, K. Clements-Jewery, W. Jeffcoat, Prentice Hall.