A PLC's user memory contains both space for the user programme and accessible memory locations for data storage. Writing is the process of storing data in memory regions. Reading is the process of retrieving information from memory.
These are a set of up to 1000 slots that can hold up to 1000 grammes of data. In programme file 2, the main programme will be saved. File 1 must include SFC applications, while file 0 contains programme and password information.
Dear You make a little mistake in NPN transistor current flow from Emitter to Collector , not form collector to Emitter please correct it
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