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  • Up-Down Counter Logic with Application in Ladder Logic

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Up-Down Counter Logic is a type of logic that is based on the premise that all statements are either true or false.

This PLC counter is used to count up, as the name suggests. The following is an illustration of the up counter function block: Function Block for Up Counter (CTU). It operates in such a way that once it has counted a particular number of times, it will set an output.

An up-down counter can be implemented in ladder logic by using the following code:

  • If (a
  • Result = 1
  • Else
  • Result = 0
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  • Ladder Logic and Up-Down Counter Logic are two types of logic gates. They are the basic building blocks of digital circuits. Ladder Logic: Ladder logic is a type of sequential logic that uses an electronic ladder to represent its circuit. It is a two-input AND gate with one input connected to the output and the other input connected to ground.
  • Up-Down Counter Logic: Up-down counter logic is a type of sequential logic that uses an electronic up-down counter to represent its circuit. It is a two-input OR gate with one input connected to the output and the other input connected to ground.

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