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The Comparator LIM Block, or CLB, is an intra-procedural control structure that can be used in Ladder Logic to compare two values and do something if one value is greater than the other.

The following is a sample Ladder Logic program with a CLB:

int BinOp(int x, int y) {

CLB comp = x > y ? y : x;

return BinOp((int)(comp), 9);

}

If the result of the comparison is true, anything before it will be executed. If the result of the comparison is false, anything after it will be executed.

The Comparator LIM Block in Ladder Logic is used to check the input values from the previous block and set the output of the current block depending on those values.

In this tutorial, we will use a comparator block to find out which of two numbers is larger.

First, we will define our variables X1 and X2 as numbers that we want to compare. Then, we will create a value for each variable by writing a formula for each variable on their respective lines below the label "Input 1", using Division (/) or Modulo (%):

X1 = x

X2 = y

Output if X1 is larger than X2:

If both values are greater than 0, then output True. Otherwise, output False

The Comparator LIM Block in Ladder Logic is a block that compares the input to a reference value. The block can be used with both single and multiple inputs.
The Comparator LIM Block in Ladder Logic is a block that compares the input to a reference value. The block can be used with both single and multiple inputs. It has two modes: current mode, which compares the input to the current output of another block, and previous mode, which compares the input to the previous output of another block.
The Comparator LIM Block in Ladder Logic can be used by itself or together with other blocks like AND, OR, NOT, NAND gates, etc.

The Comparator LIM block is a building block in Ladder Logic that can be used to determine if the current input is greater than or less than the previous input. It provides an alternative to using a traditional AND gate.
An example of an application for this block is when you need to compare two inputs and take action when either one is greater than or less than the other. For instance, you could use this block to output a signal that lights up red if one of two inputs is greater than the other, green otherwise.

This block is made to work with the Comparator that is available in the Fusion 360 software. It can be used for both structural and cosmetic analysis of a design.
Fusion 360’s comparative blocks are used for structural or cosmetic analyses. The Comparator LIM Block allows you to compare two different parts from separate views and also show the changes that occur on both views so that you have a better understanding of how one part affects another.

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