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EasyPLC Simulator Robotic Cell BRX Do-More PLC


The Machine Simulator (MS) is part of the EasyPLC software suite. It has many built-in machines that are used to show different programming techniques. The robotic cell example is one of these machines. This will demonstrate a sequencer example. In this case, an engine is lifted and placed onto a rack. The logic will step through various steps to perform the task.
EasyPLC Simulator Robotic Cell BRX Do-More PLC
We will be using a BRX Do-More PLC and the Do-More Designer programming software to program this EasyPLC machine simulator engine loader of the robotic cell. This will be done using Modbus TCP (Ethernet) for communications. The program will allow you to start, stop and jog the sequencer. Modifications of the EasyPLC Robotic Cell will include controls for this operation. Using the five steps for program development, we will show how this sequencer is programmed. Let’s get started. Keep on Reading!

BRX Do-More PLC High-Speed Input Counter


The BRX Do-More series of programmable logic controllers have built-in high-speed inputs. These inputs can function in Counter, Timer, or Pulse Catch modes. Every CPU will have either 6 or 10 high-speed inputs (HSI) available depending on the model. These inputs can be used for input frequencies from 0 to 250Khz. 250Khz represents 250000 input counts per second that can be coming from devices connected to your PLC like an encoder. Due to the speed of the inputs, they function on the BRX Do-More PLC asynchronous with the PLC scan time.
BRX Do-More High Speed Input Counter
We will be looking at the wiring of an incremental encoder to our BRX Do-More PLC. The A, B, and Z phases will be connected. Using the high-speed input menus in the Do-More Designer programming software we will specify the counter mode of operation. We will also scale the input so we can determine the revolutions per minute (RPM) rate. This will be monitored on our data view window. Let’s get started with the BRX Do-More PLC High-Speed Input Counter. Continue Reading!

EasyPLC Paint Line Bit Shift – BRX Do-More PLC


The Machine Simulator (MS) is part of the EasyPLC software suite. It has many built-in machines that are used to show different programming techniques. The paint line is one of these machines. It will use a bit shift (shift register) to track bottles along a conveyor belt. All the bottles will be detected using photocells and tracked along the conveyor. Larger (taller) bottles will be painted and then pushed into a box at different sections of the conveyor belt. A control panel will be used to start and stop the paint line and display the bottle count. The paint line machine simulator is an excellent way to learn how to program shift registers (bit shift) in the PLC.
EasyPLC Paint Line Bit Shift - BRX Do-More PLC
The BRX Do-More PLC will be used to program this virtual paint line machine. Using the BRX Do-More PLC, we will connect to the paint line machine. This will be done using Modbus TCP (Ethernet) for communications. Using the five steps for program development we will show how this is programmed. Let’s get started. Keep on Reading!

Do-More PLC – EasyPLC Box Selection Program


The Machine Simulator (MS) is part of the EasyPLC software suite. It has many built-in machines that can be programmed. The box selection (camera management and distribution) is one of these machines. It will read barcodes from the boxes and send them to different exit ramps. The Do-More Designer PLC Simulator will be used to program this virtual machine.
Do-More PLC – EasyPLC Box Selection Program
Using the Do-More Designer PLC software, we will connect the simulator to the box selection machine. This will be done using Modbus TCP (Ethernet) for communications. Using the five steps for program development we will show how this is programmed. Let’s get started. Keep on Reading!