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Hi, there i`m currently doing a electrical engineering apprenticeship and would like to know if anyone has any useful books on industrial circuit design: relay logic, PLC coding, control loops etc. As well as general electrical wiring regulation books, I already have the current on site guide and will be looking into getting the BGB, any other good ones for circuit design and comprehension!
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I recommend the Electrical Engineering Handbook, however that'll cost you seventy quid.
 

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For your PLC needs you really need to decide what brand you would be using as programming and other options vary with differing models, im a fan of siemans Logo soft packages as they are easy to learn and simple to follow, you can get a starter pack which includes a full PLC kit DVD ROM software and optional manual can be bought, once you have the hang of designing your own programmes you will find it easier to get to grips with other market brands.
 

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