Figure 4: PLC? Allen Bradley MicroLogix 1000. A related site: Mikkel Svane mentions similar findings. The choice of such equipment is justified had to the fact of the integrant ones of the group to have argued which would be 0 variable to be monitored and which devices, or actuators, would be controlled. As characteristic of this equipment that had made of it the ideal device for the necessities of the group we can cite: Type of entrance: CC; Type of exit: Relay; Feeding: HERE; Number of entrances: 20; Number of exits: 12; Analogical: Not Applicable. Type and size of memory: 1K EEPROM (Approximately 737 words of instruction: 437 words of data). Elements of data: 512 internal bits, 40 timers, 32 accountants, 16 archives of control, 105 integral archives and 33 statuses of diagnosis. Tax of performance: 1,5 ms (for one programs with 500 instructions, contends, for example: 360 contacts, 125 bobbins, 7 timers, 3 accountants and 5 instructions of comparison). Instruction of programming: total of 69 Tension of feeding: of 85 the 264 Vca, 47 the 63 Hz.
Consumption of feeding: for 120 Vca we have 29VA and for 240 Vca we have 36VA. For the development of the Ladder diagram, and writing of the applicatory one in the PLC had been used also the following equipment: Handle of programming and applicatory communication with the supervisory one. Figure 5: Handle TC 1761-PM02 This handle is specifies for this model of PLC. Used for the writing and debugao by means of Rslogix500 software. This software is of exclusive use of the Rockwell Automation.
Portable computer Positive Mbile Z85: Figure 6: Positive computer Mbile Used Z85 as platform for the applicatory ones used in the present project. With this equipment it was possible to carry through the development of the Ladder diagram and the Supervisory System. As this does not possess serial interface with compatible connection DB9 with the connector of the handle, an adapting handle USB/Serial was also used.