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Old February 13th, 2018, 11:03 AM   #1
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Accumulating Pulses Produced

I AM Using a AB micro1500 PLC and the PTO instruction. I need a program or technique to keep a running total of all pulses produced from the PTO instruction. Basically I need a countinuous accumulating counter ter.
My application is a stepper motor that will do an index delay and then do another index. I need to know the pulses that have been produced during the moves.

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