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PLC Programming Best Practices?

One thing I really like about the software development books I’m reading is that most of them don’t just describe features, but give practical advice, based on experience, on the best ways to do things.

I’m wondering if they are any similar books for PLC programming?  Books that don’t just discuss how to write a ladder logic program, but the best way to do it — and why that recommended way works better.  (Note: I’m thinking books here, not websites or blogs, because this is the kind of topic that is best approached in a systemic way by a substantial book, not a serious of disconnected posts.  The Art of Unit Testing is a good example of what I’d like to see.)

5 comments

1 Jairo Briones { 08.16.13 at 12:00 pm }

Any luck? I’m very interested in what you write here.

2 Tony { 08.19.13 at 4:03 pm }

Cascading Logic by Gary Kirckof seems to be the only option.
If you’re interested in my PLC posts, use the PLC tag:
http://factoryswblog.org/tag/plc/

3 Majid Pakdel { 11.12.13 at 12:28 am }
4 m { 10.03.14 at 6:29 am }

really? indian book on an english website?

5 tina { 07.12.15 at 1:28 pm }

leand PLC programming and trouble shooting of PLC

PLC programming

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