Sample of Pulse Timer Settings
Set the preset value by the minute on the screen, and create the timer which passes power for only the preset time (the setting value) after "NO (Normally Open)" had turned ON.

1. Place [Pulse Timer] on Logic Program.

Set the specified variable (e.g. Timer) on the placed [Pulse Timer].

Place "OUT (Coil Output)" which turns ON while the preset value after "NO (Normally Open)" had turned ON, and set the specified variable (e.g.; Output).

Place "NO (Normally Open)" as Timer keeps tuned ON while power passes, and set the specified variable (e.g.; Timer on).

2. Timer counts by the millisecond. Therefore, please use "MUL (Multiplication Operation)" to set the value by the minute.
Set the specified variable (e.g.; Setting Value).

The variable value which has been allocated to the Operand "S1" will be the preset value by the minute.

* In Step 3, you will place Data Display to input the preset value to the variable which you have set at this point, on the screen.

Set the constant on "S2" to change the value which has been inputted on the screen into the value by the minute.

(1 second = 1000 ms, 1 minute = 60 seconds, 1 minute = 60000 ms. Therefore , in case to set by the minute, set 60000)

Set the preset value variable "Variable. PT (e.g.; Timer PT)", which has been created automatically when the timer variable was created, on "D1"to store the result of "MUL" calculation.

3. Place Data Display on the screen, and allocate the variable (e.g.; Setting Value), which you have set on "S1" of "MUL", to Monitor Word Address.

Settings completed.


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