# Analog

## Arduino Bar Graph Example

Introduction to the Arduino Bar Graph Example You will usually find the Arduino Bar Graph Example on a default install of the Arduino IDE. Basically, the bar graph shows a graphic indication of an analog level. For instance, you might display a tank level, pressure, or motor speed. In essence, […] ## ControlLogix Rate Limiter (RLIM)

Introduction to the ControlLogix Rate Limiter (RLIM) The ControlLogix Rate Limiter (RLIM) slows the rate of change coming from a tag. Specifically, we usually use this for a set point. When an operator changes the setpoint on a PID instruction, there is an immediate change in the error. This change […] ## FactoryTalk View Bar Graph1

Introduction to the FactoryTalk View Bar Graph Object The FactoryTalk View Bar Graph object provides you with a graphic indication of analog signals. In addition, we will set thresholds to change the color of the bar graph. By the same token, you could use a Gauge object. The object you […] ## FactoryTalk View Gauge1

Introduction to the FactoryTalk View Gauge Object Generally, we’ll use a FactoryTalk View Gauge Object to graphically display an analog signal. In this example, we’ll display a bearing temperature. Additionally, we will set thresholds on the gauge object. This allows the gauge to change colors when certain thresholds are met. […] ## PLC-5 Block Transfers

Introduction to PLC-5 Block Transfers One of the most difficult concepts for most people to grasp is the PLC-5 Block Transfers. Think of Block Transfers as simply a copy instruction. You are copying data from a module to somewhere else in the memory of the processor. The Block Transfer Read […] ## Sump Level Logic

Introduction to Sump Level Logic When writing sump level logic, keep in mind, we need to know what the sump level is. We usually provide that to the processor with an analog input. We’ll assume that you have the level transmitter set up, we will scale this transmitter into inches. […] ## Proportional, Integral, Derivative (PID)

Introduction to Proportional, Integral, and Derivative (PID) Proportional, Integral, and Derivative (PID) is a 3-step formula to bring a process to a setpoint, and attempt to hold it there.   The example we will use is a heating process.   We will bring fluid in a pipe up to a […] ## ControlLogix Analog3

Introduction to ControlLogix Analog Discrete (digital) inputs and outputs are signals that are on or off.   There is no middle state to discrete.  These were good for switches, indicator lights, or motor starters, but if we want to measure a variable signal, we need an analog module.     […] 