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SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) Driver
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SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) Driver
Without the memory bits, the second drum would not know when the filling of the SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) tank was complete. As mentioned earlier, each drum line may specify up to two sets of exit conditions sometimes called exit specifications for transferring control to another line on the same drum.
SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) The set of exit conditions consists of states of output drivers, digital inputs, limit points for analog inputs, internal memory bits, and expira- ; tion times for timers. The controller checks the exit conditions specified for the line during each control cycle. If neither set of exit conditions is satisfied, the same drum line is executed on the next control cycle.
Each set of exit conditions is associated with a line number which is to receive control if the conditions are met. This line number must be in the same drum. If a line number is not SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) in an exit specification and that specification is satisfied, the controller transfers control to the next higher drum line within the drum.
It should be noted that it is possible for both sets of exit ; conditions to specify the same line number to receive control if the SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) conditions are met. A set of exit conditions may contain many different conditions involving many different types of information.
It is important to note that all the conditions in a set of exit conditions must be satisfied before the controller will exit SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) the currently controlled line. The format for specifying exit conditions depends on the type of condition and, therefore, these different types and their formats are discussed separately below. The digital input portion of the set of exit conditions is satisfied if all inputs specified to be ON are ON and all inputs specified.
Digital inputs not mentioned in the exit specification are ignored. A sample of a set of exit conditions utilizing digital inputs is as follows: If the same input number is specified to be both ON and OFF, the exit specification is never satisfied. Memory bits may also SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) utilized in a set of exit conditions.
A sample SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) a set of exit conditions utilizing internal memory bits is as follows: This portion of the exit specification indicates that bits 07, 32 and 45 must be ON, and bits 55 and 77 must be OFF. Analog inputs SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) numbered 01 through 32, and each analog input in the exit specification is associated with a trip point. Analog exit conditions can be programmed to be satisfied if the analog value exceeds the trip point, if it is less than the trip point, if it is equal to the trip point, or if it is not equal to the trip point.
Analog inputs which are not mentioned do not participate in the set of exit con-ditions. A sample analog input specification is as follows: Pairs of inputs whose sums or differences are to be greater than the trip point are listed first, followed by pairs of analog inputs whose differences are to be less than the trip point. A sample difference set of exit conditions is SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) follows: This portion of an exit condition is satisfied if analog input 15 minus input 35 iS greater thaninput 45 plus input 60 is greater SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) 90, input 35 minus input 74 is less than 78, input 01 minus input 02 is equal to 3, and input 01 plus input 05 is not equal to The controller allows comparison between analog inputs regardless of their types.
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However, the results of comparing analog inputs which are sensing different parameters SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) as degrees Fahrenheit and gallons per minute may or may not be meaningful in a control program. This, of course, would depend upon what the control programmer requires in order to control the ': Here, the analog inputs of the ambient temperature of the fluid and ''-the pressure within the fluid container could be addedtogether to give a meaningful result.
These variables are given special names. These names are capable of being used in a drum line exit specification wherever an analog input number would otherwise be acceptable.