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# Memory Array in PAC (ControlLogix)

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These are sample slides from presentation for upcoming 2010 ControlLogix PLC/PAC Seminar. Customers who receive our PLC Training also received the full version of this PowerPoint with Instructor notes included.

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• WIP: Slides from new ControlLogix Seminar coming up in 2010. See www.BIN95.com for ControlLogix PAC/PLC training.(Instructor’s notes, tips and reference is usually located here.)
• Customers received full ControlLogix PowerPoint copy with Instructor’s notes, tips and references located in this are. (Software above used to show addressing memory Array in ControlLogix PAC is RSLogix 5000 by Rockwell / Allen Bradley.
• ### Memory Array in PAC (ControlLogix)

1. 1. ADAPTING TO THE CONTROLlOGIX PLC<br />These are sample slides from presentation for upcoming 2010 ControlLogix PLC/PAC Seminar. Customers who receive our PLC Training also received the full version of this PowerPoint with Instructor notes included.<br />Seewww.BIN95.comto learn more about our PLC training.<br />Copyright 2009 Business Industrial Network www.BIN95.com<br />
2. 2. Total number of elements = 3<br />Total number of elements 2 * 4 = 8<br />For an array with two dimensions, <br />tag_name[subscript_0,subscript_1], subscript_0 is held fixed at 0 while subscript_1 increments from 0 to its maximum value. Subscript_0 then increments by 1 (if dimension 0 is greater than 1) and is held fixed while subscript_1 increments through its range again. This pattern continues until both subscripts reach their maximum value.<br />
3. 3. Total number of elements 2 * 4 * 3 = 24<br />For an array with three dimensions :tag_name[subscript_0, subscript_1, subscript_2], <br />subscript_0 is held fixed at 0 while subscript_1 and subscript_2 increment just like a two- dimensional array. <br />Subscript_0 then increments by 1 (if dimension 0 is greater than 1) and is held fixed until subscript_1 and subscript_2 reach their maximum values. <br /> This pattern continues until all three subscripts reach their maximum values.<br />
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