- Binary People: Learning your 1's and 0's
... are 10 types of people in the world: Those who understand binary, and those who don't."
If you don't get this joke then ... chapter you'll get a chuckle out of it. You see, in the binary number system 10 = 2. How? Consider if you had no choice but to count ...
Book page - Tim Young - 2010-06-04 09:55 - 1 comment
- Learn Ladder Logic with a Free Version of RSLogix 500 and RSEmulator 500
One of my most common questions is, â€œWhere can I get a free download of RSLogix 500?â€Â For any serious development with SLC500 or MicroLogix there is no free option but there is a nice free option if you only want to learn and/or progr ...
Story - Tim Young - 2010-09-03 07:18 - 45 comments
- Using Ladder Logic for Gray Code Conversion
If your PLC does not support Gray code to binary conversion then it can be quite a trick developing the ladder logic to ... a couple of PLCs that all ready have a Gray code to binary converter.
Story - Tim Young - 2010-10-14 07:58 - 3 comments
- Numbers, Codes and a Little Logic
... for us lazy humans because they like to count by base-2 (binary). In a compromise with computers us humans have developed the ... or base-16 (hexadecimal) systems.
Binary People: Learning your 1's and 0's Octal? What the Hex? ...
Book page - Tim Young - 2006-03-31 16:17 - 11 comments
- An Introduction to RSLogix5000 Tags
Story - Tim Young - 2007-10-06 22:37 - 22 comments
- The ABCs of BCD
Binary Coded Decimal ( BCD ) is a number code that makes all those 1s ... The figure below demonstrates how to convert a binary number to it's BCD equivalent.
The ... student will see that this is a lot like converting from binary to hexadecimal .Ã‚Â In this case though there are no letters like ...
Book page - Tim Young - 2007-01-22 12:07 - 0 comments
- When Being Negative is a Complement
... a range from 0 to 65535 could be represented. Adding binary numbers together would be very similar to addition in decimal. For ... which is the most common in computers and PLCs.
Signed binary numbers are achieved by stealing the 16th bit in a word (the most ...
Book page - Tim Young - 2006-01-11 09:37 - 2 comments
- Octal? What the Hex?
... throbbing head is probably all ready telling you that binary numbers are not easy to read. As a compromise between humans and ... Where it really comes in handy is coverting from binary to octal because all you have to do is break down the binary number into ...
Book page - Tim Young - 2006-07-16 12:14 - 1 comment
- Siemens S7 Status Word
Result <> 0
BR â€“ Binary Result (bit 8)
The Binary Result transfers the result of the operations
onto the next ...
Book page - Tim Young - 2011-02-09 00:43 - 3 comments
- The Decision Makers: AND, OR and NOT
... In the PLC it all boils down to our now familiar binary system of a 1 or a 0. Typically having a bit ON represents a ...
Book page - Tim Young - 2006-04-10 10:54 - 6 comments