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Sequential automation with a Siemens S7-300

Sequential automation with a Siemens S7-300

Sequential automation with a Siemens S7-300

(OP)
I'm programming a pretty simple sequential automation system using a Siemens S7-300 series PLC.
I've programmed a bunch of PLCs in the past but never a siemens and I've never used sequential automation before.
I'm not too worried about the whole thing, but I wanted to just check in to see if anyone has any general tips, sort of benefeit from the collective wisdom so to speak.
Thanks in advance.

RE: Sequential automation with a Siemens S7-300

I'd suggest you post this question in forum791?

Keith Cress
kcress - http://www.flaminsystems.com

RE: Sequential automation with a Siemens S7-300

(OP)
I really consider this more of a control system question than a PLC question, but I will cross post it.
Maybe I should rephrase my question.
Does anyone have any tips on designing a sequential automation system?

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