Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Introduction to PLC book slides

A programmable Logic Controller, usually called a PLC or programmable controller, is a solid-state, digital, industrial computer. Simply, a programmable controller is a computer, much like a desktop personal computer. A PLC is an industrially hardened computer.

These are the slides of the book :
" Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers, 3e by Gary Dunning "

Chapter 01 : Welcome to PLCs. (Download Here)
Chapter 02 : Micro PLCs. (Download Here)
Chapter 03 : Programming a PLC. (Download Here)
Chapter 04 : Number Systems. (Download Here)
Chapter 05 : Digital and Analog Interface. (Download Here)
Chapter 06 : Intro to Logic. (Download here)
Chapter 07 : Input Modules. (Download Here)
Chapter 08 : Output Modules. (Download Here)
Chapter 09 : Modular PLC. (Download Here)
Chapter 10 : PLC Processors. (Download Here)
Chapter 11 : Intro to ControlNet. (Download Here)
Chapter 11 : Intro to DeviceNet. (Download Here)
Chapter 12 : Data Organization. (Download Here)
Chapter 13 : Basic Relay Instructions. (Download Here)
Chapter 14 : Understanding Relay Instructions. (Download Here)
Chapter 15 : Documentation. (Download Here)
Chapter 16 : Timers and Counters. (Download Here)
Chapter 17 : Comparison and Data-handling. (Download Here)


Please feel free to leave a comment if there is a dead link or a problem with the links.


  1. there should be single link for whole book also....

    1. this is not the book, its the lecture notes (slides) of the book

    2. yes, it's better to be single .rar file