- Sequencer output instruction (SQO)
- Sequencer compare instruction (SQC)
- Developing a truth table
- Uses of the sequencer load instruction (SQL)
- Working with SQO, SQC and SQL parameters
Skill Level Advanced
- Have you ever wondered what a dishwasher, traffic lights, and food pack and processes have in common? All of these have a sequence of some kind. In manufacturing and industrial settings, PLC programming is often used to control machines that have a stepped sequence of repeatable operations. In this LinkedIn Learning course, I'll explain a couple of the Sequencer instructions used in PLC ladder logic programming like Sequencer output, compare, and load instructions. We will explore each instruction separately and go through examples with step-by-step solutions to better understand the concept. You will also see the examples in the simulation software. At the end of each chapter, I'll propose a challenge for you to work on. The last chapter is a challenge that includes all the instructions we worked on during this course. Hi, I'm Zharaa Khalil. I am an engineering instructor and I love teaching students just like you. Join me in my LinkedIn Learning course as we explore Sequencer instructions used in PLC ladder logic programming.
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1. PLC Sequencer Output Instruction (SQO)
2. SQO Examples
3.PLC Sequencer Compare Instruction (SQC)
4. PLC Sequencer Load Instruction (SQL)
5. Final Challenge
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