# OR

## ControlLogix OR vs. XOR

Introduction to ControlLogix OR vs. XOR In this section, we’ll discuss ControlLogix OR vs. XOR. Basically, with the OR statement, only one of two bits need to be true. On the other hand, with the XOR, only one of two bits can be true. XOR means “Exclusive OR” In ladder

## Ladder Logic in Plain English

Introduction to Ladder Logic in Plain English Sometimes, its easier to think of Ladder Logic in Plain English. With a little practice, you can easily speak ladder logic. In this case, we’ll use simple generic addressing. It’s important to realize, though that you should have descriptions on your logic. This

## Node-Red Boolean Logic

Introduction to Node-Red Boolean Logic Node-Red Boolean Logic is very simple to use. Regardless of your knowledge level, it’s usually simpler to state our logic goals in plain English. Undoubtedly, we might be able to accomplish some logic tasks with a function node. However, the Boolean Logic nodes allows us

## Common Logic Gates

Introduction to Common Logic Gates We use common logic gates to display the flow of a process. These gates include AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, XOR, and XNOR. These logic gates convert a process into plain English in a way that anyone can understand how they work. By the same