1. PLC project: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1o6SBBtRMrwGc2OoAMulX4fR7M7nZiAUf/view?usp=sharing
2. Android Project: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-_HbHtTlzsQ68n4pvFCiv7-UPhnXX33z/view?usp=sharing
Giao tiếp trực tiếp giữa thiết bị Android với PLC S7-1200 hết sức đơn giản.

Ex: Mediapad M3 Huawei — CPU 1214C DC/DC/DC.

Nếu số lượng quan tam đủ lớn minh sẽ lam một loạt video hướng dẫn từng bước lập trinh android giao tiếp với PLC S7-1200.

All You Need to Know About Modbus RTU

A Quick overview of Modbus RTU by John Rinaldi of Real Time Automation.


Channel: RealTimeAutomation
Published: 2010-02-04 22:22:56
Duration: 9M18S
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Understanding Modbus Serial and TCP/IP

This tutorial teaches you about Modbus Serial and Modbus TCP/IP communications as well as Modbus addressing, data structures, function codes and physical network considerations. RS232, RS485, RS422 and Ethernet topologies are discussed.

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Channel: ProSoft Technology
Published: 2014-02-12 23:09:41
Duration: 12M7S
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What is the Difference Between PLC and DCS?

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In a nutshell, a PLC or programmable logic controller is a ruggedized computer used for automating processes.

A DCS or distributed control system is similar to a PLC in that is has rugged computer controllers however the DCS contains multiple autonomous controllers that are distributed throughout a system, also used for automating processes.

As you can tell, there are likely advantages and disadvantages in both systems. The take away is that with today’s technologies, either system can control an entire plant. Which system is chosen will likely take the advantages and disadvantages into account as well as system costs.

In summation, the DCS has autonomous controllers dispersed throughout the entire plant. If a controller fails, the entire plant doesn’t necessarily get impacted. It also has the onboard monitoring and control that saves development time. A single PLC is a single point of failure. You surely wouldn’t want to control an entire plant with a single PLC, however; a connected PLC system can have nearly the same security and robustness as a DCS.


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Published: 2018-07-23 12:37:49
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Ethernet/IP: 5 things you must know

Real Time Automation presents the first video in a series of Industrial Automation topics. Hosted by John Rinaldi, the Dr. of Industrial Automation, 5 things you must know about Ethernet/IP covers the basics of this protocol.
Channel: RealTimeAutomation
Published: 2009-04-17 01:33:56
Duration: 9M49S
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