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(2) Ladder circuit creation 1 (setting input signals)
[FINAL OUTPUT COND]
5OUTPUT SIGNAL OUT Y00(0~15)
OPS-MENU RETURN LOCK
1. Move the cursor to item "2 SET POSITION" with the up and down keys, and press the SET key.
- The ladder circuit cursor can be moved with the up, down, left and right keys. Move the cursor to
the position where you want to place an input terminal, and press the SET key.
2. Move the cursor to item "3 INPUT SIGNAL" with the up and down keys, and press the SET key.
- Set the kind of input signal and its number.
- After moving the cursor to the kind of input signal you want, select a number with the up and
down keys, and press the ESC key.
- See page 16-8 for details about the auxiliary relays C000 to C127.
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0(0~7) NO YES
AUX-RLY C000(0~127) EXT-INP X0(0~7)
The external input terminals X0 to X7 can be assigned.
X0 to X7
When any of the timer instructions TM0 to TM7 causes a time-out,
the corresponding terminal is turned ON. When a timer instruction
TM0 to TM7
input is switched OFF, the terminal is turned OFF.
When any of the counter instructions CN0 to CN7 counts out, the
corresponding terminal is turned ON. When any of the counter
reset relays C120 to C127 for the respective counters is turned
ON, the corresponding terminal is turned OFF.
When the final numerical calculation results AN0 to AN15 are OK,
these terminals are turned ON. If any of the results are NG, they
are turned OFF.
(See item 3-2  for details about the final numerical calculation.)
They can be used as auxiliary relays for the external output
terminals Y0 to Y15.
Ladder circuit cursor