InputOutput IO Processing
- Describe various error checking methods
- Compare volatile and nonvolatile memory and provide example types of each
- Describe data table structure within the CPU memory
- Discuss the addressing of the I/O modules
- Describe memory maps and their function
- Describe I/O module structure
The previous lesson discussed how a programmable logic controller (PLC) is a specialized type of computer. A PLC monitors inputs and other variable values, makes decisions based on a stored program, and controls ouputs to automate a process or machine. Understanding a PLC's memory and error detection processes helps understand PLC program operation.
The Input/Output (I/O) Processing training course discusses I/O error checking and its impact on communication and function. It also identifies the types and structure of PLC memory and describes how memory interacts with the peripheral I/O.
This online training course focuses on:
- Error checking
- Memory types
- Memory organization and I/O interaction
- Configuring PLC memory - I/O addressing
Input/Output (I/O) Processing is part of the Programmable Logic Controllers training series.
- Training Type: Online Interactive
- 60 Minutes