DL205 Counter Interface

 

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Chapters
Chapter 1 PDF Document Getting Started
provides an overview of the physical characteristics, module specifications, and CPU setup requirements. It also shows how to select the counting feature that fits your needs.
Chapter 2 PDF Document Installation & Field Wiring
contains important information concerning how to install the module in the PLC rack and some general information for field wiring.
Chapter 3 PDF Document Using the High-Speed UP Counter
discusses configuring the UP counter parameters, writing the control program, verifying proper operation, and troubleshooting.
Chapter 4 PDF Document Using the UP/DOWN Counter
shows how to use the UP/DOWN counters. It explains how to configure the UP/DOWN counter parameters, how to write the control program, how to verify proper operation and do troubleshooting.
Chapter 5 PDF Document Using a Pulse Output
describes wiring for the pulse train mode. It also covers system options and limitations, configuring the system parameters, writing the control program, verifying proper operation, and troubleshooting.
Chapter 6 PDF Document Using Interrupt Inputs
explains how to use the HS interrupts. It outlines the setting of interrupt parameters, writing the control program, verifying proper operation, and troubleshooting.
Chapter 7 PDF Document Using Pulse Catch Inputs
shows how to wire the pulse catch inputs, configure the pulse catch parameters, verify proper operation, and do troubleshooting.
Chapter 8 PDF Document Using Discrete Input Filtering
describes the wiring of discrete/filter inputs, configuring the discrete/filter parameters, writing the control program, verifying proper operation, and troubleshooting.