Overview of Flowchart Components
Review basic flowchart concepts
Quiz 1: Overview of Flowchart Components
Working with Flowchart Elements
Learn how to create a new flowchart, change flowchart properties, use flowchart drawing tools, and close a flowchart.
Creating a New Flowchart
Changing Flowchart Properties
Closing a Chart
Using the Flowchart Drawing Tools
How to Start a Flowchart from the Powerup Chart
Learn how to develop a Flowchart from the Powerup Chart including adding and completing instructions.
Adding an Instruction
Completing an Instruction
Some Strategy Settings
Explore some strategy settings including how to archive your strategy and set workspace options.
Archiving Your Strategy
Setting Workspace Options
Up Next: Building Chart Logic with Digital I/O
Working with Flowcharts
A strategy is made up of flowcharts, and each flowchart controls different aspects of your automation project.
Keep in mind that a strategy is the software program you create using PAC Control. Each flowchart controls one aspect of the strategy—one piece of the automated process. Since most control applications are complex, the strategy typically has several flowcharts, or charts, that all work together to make up a strategy.
Learn how to work with flowcharts, the building blocks of your strategy, in PAC Control.
- Overview of flowchart components
- Quiz 1 (to test your knowledge)
- Working with flowchart elements: How to create flowcharts, change their properties, use drawing tools, and close them.
- Starting a chart from the Powerup chart: Learn how to add and complete an instruction.
- Understanding strategy settings: How to archive and set workspace options.
- Quiz 2 (to test your knowledge)
Course Duration: ~30 min