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#1 joseph53

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Posted 04 October 2010 - 11:48 AM

Hi!

I am using TeSys T controller from Schneider for motor protection monitoring and control, does anyone know how to change the program in custom logic mode!
Which is the best book available to learn structured text programming from Scratch....
Pls advice
Best regards
Joseph

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Posted 20 March 2011 - 09:34 PM

QUOTE (joseph53 @ Oct 4 2010, 06:48 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi!

I am using TeSys T controller from Schneider for motor protection monitoring and control, does anyone know how to change the program in custom logic mode!
Which is the best book available to learn structured text programming from Scratch....
Pls advice
Best regards
Joseph



Joseph:

Yes, the people at Schneider know.
Why not contact them direct, instead of asking question
in forum ?

Structured Text Programming Language; one of the IEC IEC61131-3
Programming Languages

Do you have knowledge of any other High Level Languages, such as C, C++, Pascal, etc. ?

Without knowledge of at least one of those languages, you may very well find that understanding
Structured Text Programming Language will be difficult for you.

Please see the below link for a discussion of the IEC61131-3 Programming Language.
Understanding the IEC61131-3 Programming Languages

While rumaging around out on the internet, I did manage to find this for you....

TeSys® T LTM R
Motor Management Controller
Custom Logic Editor
User’s Manual

Click on below link for PDF file containing the manual.
http://www.global-do...39507_02a55.pdf
See section 2.1 in the manual for information and guidance on Structured Text Programming with the associative editor provided in or with the product.

Your best source for information about this product will always be the Application Engineers at Schneider Electric.




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