SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) Driver
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SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) Driver
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This output can drive up to 32 digital outputs with 0. These outputs are normally associated with solid state relays 44, such as triacs, which in turn can drive outputs ranging from 24 to VAC in both form A and form C SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) configurations. However, the function of the controller is much more than an electronically emulated mechanical sequence drum which turns outputs ON or OFF dependlng upon the drum setting since the controller cannot only turn digital outputs 42 ON and OFF but it can also set internal memory bits 52 ON and OFF and is not limited to a fixed rotation of the drum such as shown by arrow 54 but can move from any drum line to any other drum line by setting a first set of exit conditions 56 specifying the circumstances when SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) pointer of the drum line should switch to another drum line as well as specifying the line number of this other drum line.
These sets of exit conditions are sometimes called exit specifications. In this manner, the very powerful operation known as branching is created which provides the programmer with decision making capability in his or hercontrol program. Furthermore, -the controller SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) capable of emulating eight sequence drums at the same time.
In operation, the controller executes the selected line for the first drum and proceeds to sequentially execute the selected line of the remaining drums, returning once again to the first drum and continuing in a repetitive manner. Communication and thus indirect control from one drum to any other drum is achieved by setting and referencing internal memory bits fxom one drum to any other drum.
As will be explained more fully later, the program user is SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) to input his desired program into the controllex by use of a data communications device such as a teletypewriter or a paper tape communications device. The advantage of the drum line simulating concept is that it is direct and requires little or no training on the part of the user. In other words, SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) controller is user-programmable without requiring him or her to be knowledgeable in software.
In addition, due to the relatively simple format SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) the control programl the control pro-gram i5 easy to debug and modify in the field. This is facilitated by the controllerls capability of logically disconnecting itself from the external system while main-taining the digital outputs 42 in set configurations regard-: This SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) facilitates debugging and insures that the external system will not be harmed during initial program-ming and debugging of the control program.
However, with the advent of large scale micro-; processor systems, such as the Motorola M Microcomputer Family, the microcomputer utilized in the present controller, this memory need is easily met. Eaeh line sets speeified output drivers 42 as required by that line in the control program. In addition, each line may define two sets of exit conditions for leaving the line.
During each scan by the controller, the line pointed to by each of the drums is executed. This scan is called a control.
In operation, the controller after settiny the outputs designated by the current drum line, examines the first set of exit conditions for SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) the line. If SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) set of conditions is met, the controller changes the line number for that drum so that the new line is executed during the next control cycle.
At the beginning of each control cycle, the controller examines the states of all analog inputs 35 and all digital inputs If an emergency condition is detected, as explained more fully later, the line number for any drum may be changed.
If such an emergency occurs, the line number before SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x) emergency condition is lost and it is up to the emergency control sequence to resume normal peration at the end of the emergency. During the emergency, as specified by the ; line number to which the emergency condition causes the ,: In the absence of an emergency, once a drum is set to a given drum line; i.
An emergency condition, however, may change the line number for a drum regardless of the exit conditions of the line that the controller is pointing to. Each of the eight drums in the controller has drum -lines.
The drums are numbered from 1 to 8. Lines 1, to 1, are associated with the first drum, lines 2, to 2, with the second drum, etc. It is not necessary to use Emergency conditions axe specified in exactly the same manner as normal lines except that emer-gency lines are numbered 9, through SHUTTLE RefleXion (FB61 V2.x),