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Any RS Logix programmers here?
Posted by: Bernie
Date: August 24, 2021 07:23PM
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Anyone here seen programing like this?

I know that most of the folks here talk about programing and it is mostly words. I know there are some trades people here too.
So yeah, anyone here use or even seen anyone else use programming like this?




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Re: Any RS Logix programmers here?
Posted by: space-time
Date: August 24, 2021 07:32PM
I have seen programming environments similar to this. PLC controllers, I think Siemens. I also see FPGA firmware developer every day.
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Re: Any RS Logix programmers here?
Posted by: rz
Date: August 24, 2021 07:42PM
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space-time
I have seen programming environments similar to this. PLC controllers, I think Siemens. I also see FPGA firmware developer every day.

It does sorta remind me of the one project I worked with PLCs. I didn't do the programming, just worked on the requirements of the system.
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Re: Any RS Logix programmers here?
Posted by: bazookaman
Date: August 24, 2021 08:16PM
We have two PLC specialists at work that do this kind of stuff. I’ve seen it in some of the video demos we do.



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Re: Any RS Logix programmers here?
Posted by: space-time
Date: August 24, 2021 08:40PM
Why do you ask? Do you need help? Is that a generic screenshot or did you just post some company IP?
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Re: Any RS Logix programmers here?
Posted by: Bernie
Date: August 24, 2021 08:48PM
Okay. Thanks for the comebacks. I used it pretty regular. Almost daily. Old school Honeywell was DOS Ladder logic. Siemens never Broke. Oh a Power Supply every now and then. Allen Bradley was the most communion these parts.




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Re: Any RS Logix programmers here?
Posted by: Bernie
Date: August 24, 2021 08:52PM
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Why do you ask? Do you need help? Is that a generic screenshot or did you just post some company IP?

No I am fine. Retired even. Just curious.

And yes it is very generic Duck Duck special.




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Re: Any RS Logix programmers here?
Posted by: Filliam H. Muffman
Date: August 24, 2021 11:25PM
I think 14 years ago I took a PLC programming class that used something very similar.



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Re: Any RS Logix programmers here?
Posted by: TheCaber
Date: August 24, 2021 11:36PM
Before PLC's, there was Relay Ladder Logic. PLC's just moved the paradigm from (a) physical box(es) to computers, with disks/folders/files for storage, and CRT (later LCD) screens for display.
The shift to PLC's started in the late 1960's, was well underway during the 1970's, and continued to ride Moore's law for smaller, faster, cheaper implementations.

DuckDuckGo search on [ Relay Ladder Logic ]



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Re: Any RS Logix programmers here?
Posted by: bazookaman
Date: August 25, 2021 04:46AM
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Bernie
Okay. Thanks for the comebacks. I used it pretty regular. Almost daily. Old school Honeywell was DOS Ladder logic. Siemens never Broke. Oh a Power Supply every now and then. Allen Bradley was the most communion these parts.

Yup. We are a Rockwell Automation distributor, so we have specialists that deal in Allen-Bradley stuff.



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