7/12/2022 9:35 AM  
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Thanks. So, now, I have a length that I can give in myself ( in cm), and an analog value that's converted to a speed in cm/min. Is there a way to make a constant calculation of the remaining length? So: the length that I gave in should be constantly reduce, dependent on the speed (analog value). Purpose is to unroll a coil with fiber at a certain speed (analog value) and to know when the coil will be empty. In best case, we can constantly see the remaining length on the coil. Thanks in advance  
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7/12/2022 2:21 PM  
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Like you see above, I now have a little program: every second, the mathematic function does a calculation of the inserted value (here 10000) minus the analog (amplified) value (here 186). But in fact, he should take every second the new calculated value (here 10000186 = 9814) minus the analog value, and that over and over again. I should see the calculated value reduce every second. Is that possible? Thanks in advance 
7/12/2022 3:42 PM  
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Here an example.
AttachmentConstant_calculation_of_the_remaining_length_0BA8.Standard.zip (648 Downloads) 
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7/12/2022 3:57 PM  
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Thanks a lot! I'll try to understand that now :D 
7/13/2022 9:54 AM  
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Thanks for that! Now I made the program myself, but seems like there's still something wrong. When I enable the I1, to start the cyclus, it doesn't start from the given value (here 10000) but it starts reducing from 0. Any idea what I do wrong? Thanks in advance AttachmentLeegloopdetectie_2.zip (762 Downloads) 
7/13/2022 10:29 AM  
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I make the example with LSC V8.0 for a LOGO! 0BA8.Standard. You have a LOGO! 8.3 and made the program with LSC V8.3. It seems that are not 100 % compatible. Insert a flag between the counter output and the input of the analog MUX. 
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7/13/2022 11:42 AM  
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For the moment, my analog value is still in cm/min; but I reduce my given value (10000) every second. So, I have to divide my analog value by 60 to have it as cm/sec. But the problem is, the accuracy isn't good at all, the final value only changes when the initial value is a multiple of 60. Should there be a way to solve this? I can just let it be in cm/min and only reduce my value once a minute, but then there's also some accuracy problem. Thanks in advance 
7/13/2022 12:15 PM  
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You only write about the theory. Please give real values. What would be a possible start value and which unit is it. Cm or m? 
7/13/2022 12:53 PM  
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I'm sorry, I'll try to explain it better. So I have a 010v signal, what in fact is a speed of 08 m/min. But in Logo, I can't scale accurate between 0 and 8, so I do it between 0 and 800. Because of that scaling, the unit becomes cm/min. Value I give in by hand is the length of the rope on the coil, in cm (here: 10000) Becaus of the fact I reduce that given value (10000) every second for the moment, the speed value (0800) does also have to be reduced by 60; to become cm/sec. So for example: speed of 4,2 m/min: after the calculations in Logo: 7 cm/sec. The value of 10000 has to be reduced by 7 every second. But my problem now is the conversion from the speed from cm/min to cm/sec. I have to divide by 60, but because of that, the accuracy is not ok. By example: 116 cm/min becomes 1 cm/sec; but 124 cm/min becomes 2cm/sec: little difference, but huge difference in outcome 
7/13/2022 1:21 PM  
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That is the problem by LOGO!. The LOGO! can only calculate with integer values. 
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