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Beckhoff and TwinCAT 3 System Development Guide

Blair, Steven Macpherson (2015) Beckhoff and TwinCAT 3 System Development Guide. [Report]

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This document is a guide for setting up a Beckhoff hardware controller and a development PC. It is assumed that the development PC runs Windows 7 or Window 8/8.1, although other versions of Windows (including 32-bit and 64-bit) should also work. In particular, guidance is given on using C++ modules and integrating MATLAB Simulink models within TwinCAT 3.