PLC diagram to logic equation and truth table

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Matherios

Joined Feb 25, 2018
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Hello I'm having a really hard time making the logic equation and the truth table of this Plc diagram.
So far i have went till this part of the equation.
  • Q0.1=(Q0.1*(I0.1 * ^Q0.1))+I0.1=>
  • Q0.1=(Q0.1*I0.1)+I0.1
  • (^)=Inverse
I don't know if im correct with the equation but it's the first time i have the output of a circuit as an input aswell of the same equation.
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MaxHeadRoom

Joined Jul 18, 2013
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I am not that familiar with programming ladder logic in Boolean, most PLC's can be programmed in an alternative Step style language that resembles Boolean in a way, and an output function used in a logic function would have the same address as the output.
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Matherios

Joined Feb 25, 2018
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yes here is the functional block diagram of the same circuit.But still i have the same problem,i can't figure out how the logic equation will be when as input in the equation is the output aswell.
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MaxHeadRoom

Joined Jul 18, 2013
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Most likely treated exactly the same way as it is in the ladder format, IOW, although being shown as a condition inside the rung, the address is the same. and treated the same as an input would be.
Max.
 

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Matherios

Joined Feb 25, 2018
74
What is IOW?
Also the Q0.1 switch (not the relay) depends on the condition of the Q0.1 (relay), for example when the relay is energized then the switch Q0.1 is closed.So how can i take Q0.1 switch as an input?
 

MaxHeadRoom

Joined Jul 18, 2013
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IOW = In Other Words.
Normally you express it as just that, NOT/NOR Q0.1. etc.
Just as it is done in ladder.
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MaxHeadRoom

Joined Jul 18, 2013
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  • Q0.1=(Q0.1*(I0.1 * ^Q0.1))+I0.1=>
  • Q0.1=(Q0.1*I0.1)+I0.1
  • (^)=Inverse
I don't know if im correct with the equation but it's the first time i have the output of a circuit as an input aswell of the same equation.
On review it looks like you have it right, What is your reference material you are using?
Any PLC make in particular?
Max.
 

MaxHeadRoom

Joined Jul 18, 2013
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I guess the bottom line is that an output that is used in a rung as a logic function (e.g. OR/NOT) is characterized like any input function and the (output) label designation remains the same.
Max.
 
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