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PLC/Microcontroller in Charging, and Sirens

03/07/2015 10:45 AM

Hi,

1. I think - battery charging lower or upper cut can be conveniently managed by PLC or microcontroller - but suitable programming for the purpose is needed. I expect some advice.

2. Regarding use of 3 tone siren panel through 'auto' requires the use of PLC or microcontroller.

I expect drawings for 3 tone siren panel through the use of PLC.

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Re: PLC/Microcontroller in Charging, and Sirens.

03/07/2015 11:04 AM

"...I expect some advice" - "I expect drawings ..."

I expect you do. But I also expect you're going to have a long wait.

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Re: PLC/Microcontroller in Charging, and Sirens

03/07/2015 11:34 AM

"...I expect some advice" - "I expect drawings ..."

Meeting your expectations is not a high priority on this forum. These nice people

volunteer to answer your questions. Perhaps if you would address the forum with a

"I am in need of assistance with this project and I would appreciate your help. I am thanking you in advance for taking the time to help me"

You do not get to EXPEXT anything.

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03/07/2015 11:49 AM
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03/07/2015 3:03 PM

Where did you find that? I can think of many situations where I could use it.

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03/07/2015 6:40 PM

It was Gif ted to me.....

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03/07/2015 9:16 PM

Cut n paste it.

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03/08/2015 8:16 AM

thanks, Lyn. I will make good use of it

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Re: PLC/Microcontroller in Charging, and Sirens

03/07/2015 11:57 AM

I expect you'll have to use a web search engine.

Web search engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Look for "PLC programming".

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Re: PLC/Microcontroller in Charging, and Sirens

03/07/2015 3:06 PM

Sirens are also known in some quarters as "hooters". Here on planet earth they come in pairs, not 3's

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03/07/2015 10:15 PM

This link might assist you

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03/08/2015 12:31 AM

where are you located and can you give more details. I may be able to help.

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03/08/2015 7:14 AM

Posting anonymously will NOT help you here.....

A name and some good manners might!

We do have the expertise....

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Re: PLC/Microcontroller in Charging, and Sirens

03/09/2015 2:18 PM

I expect you will be able to write down in words exactly what you want your thing to do. I expect you to be able to write an I/O schedule too. I expect you to do that, and anyone doing the coding will expect to receive this explanation.

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