Building Chart Logic with Digital I/O

Building Chart Logic with Digital I/O

Learn how to use digital I/O points in strategy logic.

About this course

In this course, you'll learn how to create program logic in a PAC Control strategy with digital I/O points. The freezer door example scenario will take you through concepts that can be applied to any strategy.

Topics include: 

  • Creating blocks and logic in a chart
  • Adding instructions to blocks
  • Copying and pasting commands to a block
  • Adding delays in programming loops
  • Working with the debugging tools
  • Forcing digital I/O Points (IVALs and XVALs)
  • Quiz (to test your knowledge)

Course Duration: ~30 min

Note: If you want to build chart logic with analog I/O, see the Building Chart Logic with Analog I/O course.

Curriculum

  • Overview
  • Creating Blocks and Logic in a Chart
  • Adding Instructions to Blocks
  • Copying and Pasting Commands to a Block
  • Adding More Logic to a Chart
  • Adding Delays in Programming Loops
  • Downloading and Running the Chart
  • Working with the Debugging Tools
  • Forcing Digital I/O Points (IVALs and XVALs)
  • Quiz

    Quiz 1: Building Chart Logic with Digital I/O

     

  • Up Next: Building Chart Logic with Analog I/O

About this course

In this course, you'll learn how to create program logic in a PAC Control strategy with digital I/O points. The freezer door example scenario will take you through concepts that can be applied to any strategy.

Topics include: 

  • Creating blocks and logic in a chart
  • Adding instructions to blocks
  • Copying and pasting commands to a block
  • Adding delays in programming loops
  • Working with the debugging tools
  • Forcing digital I/O Points (IVALs and XVALs)
  • Quiz (to test your knowledge)

Course Duration: ~30 min

Note: If you want to build chart logic with analog I/O, see the Building Chart Logic with Analog I/O course.

Curriculum

  • Overview
  • Creating Blocks and Logic in a Chart
  • Adding Instructions to Blocks
  • Copying and Pasting Commands to a Block
  • Adding More Logic to a Chart
  • Adding Delays in Programming Loops
  • Downloading and Running the Chart
  • Working with the Debugging Tools
  • Forcing Digital I/O Points (IVALs and XVALs)
  • Quiz

    Quiz 1: Building Chart Logic with Digital I/O

     

  • Up Next: Building Chart Logic with Analog I/O