plcLib (Arduino): Using Time Delays

plcLib (Arduino): Using Time Delays

Previous: Inputting from a Keypad Contents Next: Producing Repeating Waveforms The plcLib software has commands to produce time delays based on the activation or deactivation of an input signal (the timerOn() and timerOff() commands), and can also produce an output...

plcLib (Arduino): Command Reference

Previous: Strengths and Limitations Contents Next: Frequently Asked Questions This page lists all commands supported by the plcLib software. General Configuration Command Description Example Manual Page setupPLC(); Configures basic PLC settings. setupPLC();...

plcLib (Arduino): Command Reference

Previous: Strengths and Limitations Contents Next: Frequently Asked Questions This page lists all commands supported by the plcLib software. General Configuration Command Description Example Manual Page setupPLC(); Configures basic PLC settings. setupPLC();...

Proteus VSM Tip: Rapid Access to Data Sheets

Proteus VSM allows direct access to datasheets for many types of IC (but not all). To access this feature, right-click on a previously inserted IC and select the Edit Properties option from the displayed context menu. Click the Data button (if available) to download...

Proteus VSM Tip: Rapid Access to Data Sheets

Proteus VSM allows direct access to datasheets for many types of IC (but not all). To access this feature, right-click on a previously inserted IC and select the Edit Properties option from the displayed context menu. Click the Data button (if available) to download...

Resistivity

The overall resistance (R) of a conductor depends on the length (l) and cross-sectional area (A) of the specimen as well as the resistivity (ρ) of the material (where ρ is the Greek letter rho). The SI unit of resistivity is the ohm metre (Ωm), which may be confirmed...

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Voltage Follower Simulation

Circuit Simulator Java Applet Sorry, you need a Java-enabled browser to see the simulation. Please and try again. Circuit Simulator is produced by Paul Falstad, and is available from . Circuit Operation The output voltage 'follows' the input voltage – hence the...

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Resistor Colour Code

Resistors intended for through-hole circuit assembly are identified by a series of concentric coloured bands, with four band and five band resistors being the most common. The significance of each coloured band is given below. Resistors are available in a number of...

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Kirchhoff’s Laws

Kirchhoff's two circuit laws are commonly used in the analysis of voltages and currents in electrical circuits. Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL) equates the currents acting at any point in a circuit, while Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL) considers the potential differences...

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