In lieu of a final exam, you are required to complete a final, capstone project for this course. The final project ties together everything covered in the course and offers you the opportunity to apply what you have learned to a real-life PLC programming task. The project is due by the last day of class (see the Course Calendar).
You are an electrical engineer for Packaging, Inc. Your boss has assigned you a project to program a pick-and-place system using a robot to remove cases from a conveyor to a pallet.
Study this diagram (click link to open or save) of an automated packaging line.
Using the diagram, provide a narrative description of how your system will work. (40 points)
Then, based on the diagram and your narrative description, develop the following four items (15 points each):
a logic gate diagram (show truth tables)
a relay logic diagram
an I/O list and SLC 500 addressing scheme
a ladder program diagram using the SLC 500 addressing scheme
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