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PLCopen updates User Guidelines for Motion Control

November 28, 2012 - With the update and integration of the first parts of the PLCopen specifications on motion control, the third part containing the User Guidelines needed to reflect the new features as well as a general improvement. With the new releases, the set of PLCopen Motion Control Specifications now consist of the following cooperating parts:
 
Part 1 - with the basic functionalities
Part 2 - being integrated in Part 1
Part 3 - the update part with the user guidelines
Part 4 - for the coordinated motion 
Part 5 - with the homing procedures
Part 6 - with additional functionalities for hydraulics
 
The document User Guidelines contains easy-to-understand examples as well as examples how to create user-derived function blocks to add to a company specific library, improving the reusability of the application programs. These examples should help the user to better understand the PLCopen Motion Control functionality and help to get started with their first application programs. Also it can be used for teaching.
 
PLCopen is open for new examples to add to future releases of this specification.
 
About PLCopen
PLCopen was founded in 1992 as an independent worldwide association for industrial suppliers and users. It is the leading association resolving topics related to industrial control programming. PLCopen creates concepts to reduce the costs of industrial automation. These cost savings are realized in areas such as engineering, training, operation and maintenance. Together with its members, PLCopen creates specifications to materialize these concepts. 
 
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