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Table Of Contents
Chapter 1: Getting Ready Chapter Goal: This chapter offers shopping guide and introduction to all major hardware components and downloading guidance to software we'll be using throughout the book. No of pages 20 Sub -Topics 1. Arduino 1. Arduino UNO and Genuino 2. Arduino Ethernet 1. Ethernet Shield 2. Ethernet Board 3. Arduino WiFi 1. Sparkfun WiFi shield 2. Grove Base Shield v2 (http://wiki.seeedstudio.com/wiki/Grove_-_Base_shield_v2) 3. Arduino 4 Relay shield (http://www.arduino.org/products/shields/arduino-4-relaysshield) 4. Seeedstudio Relay Shield (http://wiki.seeedstudio.com/wiki/Relay_Shield_v3.0) 5. PlcLib Chapter 2: Arduino, Ethernet and WiFi Chapter Goal: In this chapter you'll learn Arduino basics and Arduino communication shields such as Arduino Ethernet and WiFi shields. No of pages 30 Sub -Topics 1. Arduino UNO and Genuino 2. Arduino Ethernet 1. Ethernet Shield 2. Ethernet Board 3. Arduino WiFi DocuSign Envelope ID: ADD42D3E-95C9-4F5A-BB5A-E03D26434A0A 10 233 Spring Street, 3rd Fl., New York, NY 10013 | www.apress.com 1. Sparkfun WiFi shield 4. Arduino Software 1. Downloading the Software 2. Using the Arduino IDE 3. Cables and breakouts 4. Bare minimum 5. Hello World 5. Arduino Wireless 1. Working with Arduino Ethernet 2. Arduino Ethernet Library 3. Writing sketches with Arduino Ethernet Library 4. Working with Arduino WiFi 5. Arduino WiFi Library 6. Writing Sketches with Arduino WiFi Library Chapter 3: Fundamentals of PLCs Chapter Goal: The goal of this chapter is to present the fundamentals of PLCs and applications of PLCs in industrial automation. The latter of this chapter will introduce various Arduino based PLCs available in the market. No of pages 50 Sub -Topics 6. All about PLCs this topic will discuss about the fundamentals of PLCs as well as the brief history of PLCs, evaluation etc. 7. Applications of PLCs this topic will discuss about application of PLCs in various industrial automation areas. 8. Arduino at Heart PLCs built with Arduino as the main controller board such as Industruino, industrialshields and CONTROLLINO. Chapter 4: Your first Arduino PLC Chapter Goal: In this chapter the reader will learn and gain practical knowledge and experience about how to design and build a simple Arduino based 5V DC logic PLC with Arduino hardware and Grove base shield and test the final product with Grovebutton and Grove-LED. No of pages:40 DocuSign Envelope ID: ADD42D3E-95C9-4F5A-BB5A-E03D26434A0A 233 Spring Street, 3rd Fl., New York, NY 10013 | www.apress.com 11 Sub - Topics 2. Grove Base Shield basics 1. Connecting to Arduino 3. Build a basic Programmable Logic Controller 1. The logic 2. Parts -list of parts 3. Connecting them together 4. Writing your first Arduino sketch -writing logic with native Arduino code 5. Uploading your Arduino sketch -instructions about how to upload the Arduino sketch to the Arduino board 6. Testing 7. Troubleshooting -discuss about few troubleshooting tips Chapter 5: Building with ArduiBox Chapter Goal: This chapter will explain how to build simple PLC with ArduiBox No of pages: 20 Sub - Topics: 4. Prototyping plate 5. Connecting Arduino 6. Connecting Grove base shield 7. Voltage regulator 8. The enclosure 9. Connecting with DIN rail 10. Connecting Grove PIR motion sensor and Grove LED 11. Writing Arduino sketch 12. Testing 13. Troubleshooting Chapter 6: Write PLC-style applications with plcLib Chapter Goal: This chapter will explain how to write PLC-style applications with plcLib - an Arduino library for write control-oriented software applications. Also they will learn how to implement all the examples using real hardware such as switches, sensors, lights and relays. Also the reader will learn how to use Ladder Logic diagrams with every example. DocuSign Envelope ID: ADD42D3E-95C9-4F5A-BB5A-E03D26434A0A 12 233 Spring Street, 3rd Fl., New York, NY 10013 | www.apress.com No of pages : 40 Sub - Topics: 14. Introduction to plcLib Downloading, Installing and configuring
Pradeeka Seneviratne is a software engineer with over 10 years of experience in computer programming and systems designing. He loves programming embedded systems such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Pradeeka started learning about electronics when he was at primary college by reading and testing various electronic projects found in newspapers, magazines, and books. Pradeeka is currently a full-time software engineer who works with highly-scalable technologies. Previously, he worked as a software engineer for several IT infrastructure and technology servicing companies, and he was also a teacher for information technology and Arduino development. He researches how to make Arduino-based unmanned aerial vehicles and Raspberry Pi-based security cameras and is the author of the Internet of Things with Arduino Blueprints [Packt Publishing]