Basic PLC Ladder Programming Examples 20

Basic PLC Ladder Programming Examples 20

Basic PLC Ladder Programming Training
Examples for Beginners.

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 PLC Ladder Practice Problem: 
Summation of Continuous D Registers
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Summing up the values of D registers from
D101 to DN (the number of N is determined by users) and storing the operation
result in D100. If the result < K-32768, the borrow flag = ON; if the result
> K32767, the carry flag = ON
         
Topics Covered in this example is FOR NEXT PLC instructions of Ladder Program.
Number of PLC Outputs Required
Y0 Borrow flag indicator. When the value in D100 <
K-32768, Y0 = ON
Y1 Carry flag indicator. When the value in D100 >
K32767, Y1 = ON
Number of PLC Data Registers Required
D100 Storing the sum of all D registers
D500 Storing the executing times of FOR-NEXT loop
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Ladder Program
Description:
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The key of the
program is to use the index register E1 together with FOR ~ NEXT loop to vary
the addend D100E1. When E1 = K1, D100E1 represents D101; when E1 = K2, D100E1
represents D102. Also, when E1 = K10, D100E1 represents D110.
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The number of
continuous D registers is determined by the execution times of FOR ~NEXT loop
which is set by D500. If the value in D500 ≤ 1, the loop will execute 1 time.
If the value in D500 = K10, the loop will execute 10 times first and then
execute the instructions behind 4. Index Registers E, F Design Examples 4-2
DVP-PLC Application Examples the loop.
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In the first FOR
~ NEXT loop, E1 = K1, so D100E1 represents D101. ADD instruction is executed,
and the operation result of D100 plus D101 is stored in D100. Since the summand
D100 = K0, the value stored in D100 equals to the value in D101. At the same
time, INC instruction is executed to set E1 = K2.
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In the second
FOR ~ NEXT loop, E1 = K2, so D100E1 represents D102. ADD instruction is
executed, and the operation result of the values of D100 plus D102 is stored in
D100. Since the summand D100 = D101, the value stored in D100 is the sum of the
D101 and D102.
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According to the
same process, by the 10th FOR ~ NEXT loop the value in D100 will be the sum of
D101, D102, D103, D104, D105, D106, D107, D108, D109 and D110.
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If the operation
result < K-32768, M1021 will be ON to activate the output coil Y0. Borrow
flag indicator will be ON. On the contrary, if the operation result >
K32767, M1022 will be ON to activate output coil Y1. Carry flag indicator will
be ON in this case.
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Note: Example is only for training
purposes. No practical implementation is done.

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