PLC and Supervisory Control System Laboratory

The strategic issue used as the basis and focus of research from PLC and Supervisory Control System Laboratories in 2015-2020 is the use of automation technology for industrial needs.

Programable Logic Controller (PLC) is one of the important elements in industrial automation. Therefore, studying the basic concepts of PLCs is very important for the development of automation technology in the future.

Programmable Logic Controller Laboratory has few research focuses. Currently PLC are conducting a reaseach in developing gas identification system. And the 5 years roadmap of this research is stated below :

  1. Basic Prototyping
  2. Accuracy Enhancement
  3. Ability Development
  4. Facility Addition
  5. Scaleup process

PLC Training


PLC 01. Introduction to Control Systems   Download
PLC 02. Sensor and Actuator   Download
PLC 03. 1. Sequential Control   Download
PLC 03. 2. Electrical Relay Diagram   Download
PLC 03. 3. IEC   Download
PLC 04. 1. PLC Architecture   Download
PLC 04. 2. I/O PLC   Download
PLC 05. Module of Simulator PLC Mitsubishi Q Series   Download


Literature for Automation System based on PLC :

1. W.Bolton, “Programmable Logic Controllers”, Edisi ke 5, Newnes 2009.   Download

2. L.A. Bryan dan E.A. Bryan, “Programmable Controllers: Theory and Implementation”, Edisi ke 2, Industrial Text Company, 1997.   Download

3. ….., “CPM1 Training Manual”, Omron Indonesia, 1996.  Download

4. ….., “CQM1 Programmable Controllers: Operation Manual”, No.Katalog W226-E1-7, Omron 2000.

A. Operation Manual CQM1   Download

B. Programming Manual CQM1H   Download

5. ….., “Mitsubishi Programmable Logic Controller, Training Manual, Q-series basic course (for GX Developer)”, SH(NA)-080617ENG-A(0601)MEE, 13JW50, Jan., 2006.

A. Manual Q Series Basic Course (for GX Developer)E   Download

B. Manual Q Series Basic Course for_GX_Works2_SH-081123-A_(10.2012)     Download

C. Mitsubishi Q_I-O_Module_Type_Building   Download

6. Hugh Jack, “Automating Manufacturing Systems with PLCs”, Version 5.0, <>, May 4, 2007.           Download

Sensor&Interface  01 Introduction of Measurement    Download
Sensor&Interface  02 Fundamental Sensor Characteristic    Download
Sensor&Interface  03 Fundamental of Sensor   Download
Sensor&Interface  04 Temperature Sensor Download

Literature for Sensor and Interface:

[1] Robert H. Bishop, “Mechatronic Systems, Sensors and Actuators, Edisi 2”, CRC Press, 2008
[2] Jacob Fraden, “HandBook of Modern Sensors: Physics, Designs, and         Applications”, Edisi3, Spinger-Verlag New York, Inc., 2003  Download
[3] Spehen E. Derenso, “Practical Interfacing inthe Laboratory: Using a PC for Instrumentation, data analysis and control”, Cambridge University Press, 2003   Download
[4] Pallas-Areny, R. dan Webster, John G., “Sensor and Signal Conditioning, 2nd Edition”, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 2001   Download
[5] Nathan Ida, Sensors, “Actuators, and their Interfaces”, SciTech Publishing, 2014
[6] Clarence W. de Silva, “Sensors and Actuators, Edisi 2”, CRC Press, 2016
[7] Jacob, J.M.,. “Industrial Control Electronics : Aplications and Design”, PHI, 1989
[8] Maloney,T.J., “Industrial Solid State Electronics : Devices and Systems”, PHI. 1986
[9] Rayan, C.S., Sarma, G.S., dan Mani, V.S.V., “Instrumentation: Devices & System”, McGrawHill India, 1987