Brief overview of how PLC’s are networked

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    Brief overview of how PLC’s are networked

    Posted by Padhu Edupuganti on July 19, 2020 at 10:00 am

    Many networking options exist with PLC’s. Included may be remote I/O, peer-to-peer, host computer communications, and LAN’s.

    Any of these methods can be a cost effective method of communication for two or more PLC’s, computer, and other devices. List the key terms are required for student understanding of this topic

    Networking:

    Many networking options exist with PLC’s. Included may be remote I/O, peer-to-peer, host computer communications, and LAN’s.

    Any of these methods can be a cost effective method of communication for two or more PLC’s, computer, and other devices.

    Data Highway:

    local area network designed to support remote programming of computer networks, other devices, and systems used to transfer digitized information.

    Daisy Chain:

    Units are connected to the next. The signal passes from one unit to the next and then to the next in a sequential method.

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