We are looking to develop content of about 250-500 characters per page for our products. The process will involve using the product user manual and data sheets (found on Google searches) and/or manufactures website and paraphrasing into unique content.
Here are the project's instructions
1. Enter part number in Google search with "inurl:pdf" following it, for example, your search might look like this: "1770-P1 inurl:pdf" With that search I was able to find this pdf:http://www.plccenter.cn/Rockwell/docs02/wcd00002/wcd0025c.pdf from which to work
2. Manuals and additional information can be found via the wayback machine at https://web.archive.org/web/20050206034004/http://www.ab.com:80/products.html Here you will find many allen bradley products listed. For the example of part 1770-P1, from DO Supply's website we can find that this part is from the series PLC5. PLC is short for Programmable Logic Controllers, so find the "Programmable Controllers" section, and there, at the bottom, you will find PLC-5 listed. Click on that for additional reference material and information.
3. Another good source of information is to simply search the part number in keywordtool.io Look at the keyword suggestions, and the questions tab. If there are a few questions, you should make an attempt to answer that question in your content.
4. Open http://www.hemingwayapp.com/ You should do your writing in here to keep a running word count and also to help identify any spelling and grammar errors. It is not essential that there are no markups on the page as you write, but it does simply help keep content easily understandable.
5. Start referencing the pdf and or the wayback machine for your content. You will be finding pertinent information and paraphrasing to create content of at least 250 words. DO NOT COPY ANYTHING EXACTLY AS IT IS IN THE MANUAL - ALWAYS CHANGE THE WAY IT IS WRITTEN. We have to alter the writing because the manuals are copyrighted material. 250-500 words is a generally acceptable amount of content per page depending on how much information exists.
6. Be sure to repeat the part name a few times throughout the content, and bold the part number at least once. Also bold one or two other pieces of highly important information on each part page.
Here is example content for 1770-P1 using the sources and formatting mentioned above.
The Allen-Bradley 1770-P1 is a power supply that is part of the PLC-5 series of programmable controllers. 1770-P1 is not itself a programmable controller, but rather it is used to supply external DC power to Bulletin 1771 I/O modules. These include Analog Input Modules 1771-1E and 1771-1F. In the PLC-5 series the power supply can also be used as a stand-alone power supply to the left end of each chassis. It is installable on the back panel of the PLC enclosure near the I/O chassis. Be sure to channel wiring away from high-voltage wires in the enclosure. In addition, 1770-P1 has the ability to power other devices such as LED displays, and thumbwheel swtiches. This unit also runs current-limiting circuitry to help prevent against shorts damaging components.
1770-P1 has output COMMON terminals that are used for the +5V DC COMMON as well as for the +/- 15V DC COMMON. Be sure to never connect commons together when using this device. With the IE Analog Input Module, you will need to connect both terminals together on the module or through the use of a jumper. However, when utilized with the IF module separate terminals are availalble.
The power requirements for this product are the standard 120V or 220/240V AC. When running this product at 220/240V you will need to remove two metal jumpers on the terminal strip, and procede to place one of those jumpers at input terminal 220/240V. When using the 1771-1E, the 1770-P1 can support 2 8-bit analog input modules, while for 1771-IF it still runs 2 inputs, but at 12 bit.
December 10, 2017
I am looking for a mix of experience and value