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    DX-9100 Timer Reset Duratiion

    Using the GX-9100 I have a Timer and a Comparator

    The comparator output initiates the timer
    I also have an inverted output from the same comparator connected to
    the reset connection on the same timer

    This means that either the comparator output (LS1) is initiating the timer(I1@) or
    it is reseting the timer(RS1@)

    Can the reset signal be a constant signal or does it have to be

    a momentary pulse??

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by cleancondenser View Post
    Using the GX-9100 I have a Timer and a Comparator

    The comparator output initiates the timer
    I also have an inverted output from the same comparator connected to
    the reset connection on the same timer

    This means that either the comparator output (LS1) is initiating the timer(I1@) or
    it is reseting the timer(RS1@)

    Can the reset signal be a constant signal or does it have to be

    a momentary pulse??

    Thank you
    Either one can work depending on the application.
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    If held - as if issued by a PLC 'SET' statement the timer will be eternally reset.
    If momentary - as if issued by a PLC 'COS' statement it will reset once for each COS.

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    Thank you
    You were right both ,ways worked good

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