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1. ## How can I improve my counter's accuracy?

So I have a plc program where most of the outputs are based on a counter that goes from 0 to 1000. The counter speed is adjustable and is generally set to run through a full cycle (count from 0 to 1000) anywhere between 0.5 to 2 seconds. The problem is, when I try to energize an output by using an EQU instruction, it will almost always skip the count because the scan time is not fast enough. I've been using a LIM instruction which has been working, but its not quite as accurate as it needs to be. I switched the counter logic to be continuous to try to make it faster which made it almost perfectly accurate... But only in the continuous task; it made the other periodic task significantly less accurate. I was curious if any of you had any tips on how to remedy this or just general help. I am still relatively new to PLCs and ladder logic so any advice would be awesome, Thanks in advance! Edit: The purpose of the counter is to cycle through from 0 to 1000 over and over again. My outputs actuate during a certain interval within this cycle (For example I would say actuate from 300 to 800 and it would stop and end once it hit those values via an EQU or LIM instruction). I wrote the logic as follows: First I calculate how many cycles per minute I want to perform, using that value I calculate how many times I want to increment my counter per millisecond. Then a timer is given a preset of the total cycle time. While that timer is running I continuously multiply the timer's accumulated value by the "cycle count per millisecond" that I calculated earlier; the resulting value is the current count that all my outputs are based on... Hopefully that makes sense, I know it's not the best but I could not figure out a better way of doing it and I know rounding is certainly making the accuracy worse. My hardware is: Allen Bradely PLC (5069 l306erms2), 5069-ob16, 5069-ib16, and a Kinetix 5500s2 Driver for my motor(s)
2. ## PLC Mitsubishi High Speed Counting

Dear friends, I want to calculate the flow with the help of a flow sensor that has 650 pulses per litre. My question is that can i do that with the help of plc FX1N ? can plc count such fast pulses and how .. need some help
3. ## Omron Servo Encoder

Hello All  I am new to PLC programming , i have a question regarding omron PLC and High speed counters. I am using Cp1H-XA model plc . I connected HSC port 0 with a encoder and i was able to get the speed of the encoder using PRV2 instruction. Now i am trying to connect the second  encoder from the servo motor that i am using to HSC port 1. I am getting the PV signal using PRV instruction . Is there a way to calculate the speed of the servo encoder connected the HSC port 1 using PRV command , since i can't use the PRV2 command for the servo encoder .   Thanks in advance .
4. ## ScadaPack 314 Counter Inputs

I have a project using ScadaPack 314 and I am coming up 2 discrete inputs short. Question is can the counter inputs be utilized as discrete inputs?