Various Programming Languages
Function Block Diagram(FBD)
The FBD editor is a powerful
graphic tool to edit and manage
FBD diagrams according to the
IEC 61131-3 standard.
The function block concept is
one of the most important
features of the standard for supporting hierarchical software design. User functions blocks can be
developed and then re-used in higher level programs.
The FBD editor supports advanced graphic features such as drag and drop, object resizing and connection line routing features, so that you can rapidly and freely arrange the elements of your diagram.
The LD editor is a powerful
graphical tool that enables you
to enter and manage Ladder
Diagrams according to the
IEC 61131-3 standard. The editor
enables quick input using the
keyboard, and it supports advanced
graphic features such as drag anddrop. LD is probably the most widely recognised of the four supported
methods because of its use in PLCs and its analogy to real world circuits. Programming in LD is best suited to applications where mostly binary variables are required and the interlocking and sequencing of digital IO points is the primary control requirement.
It provides API to use application
combination easily and it’s
compatible with PLCOpen which
is IEC61131-3 standards. It also
provides powerful functions
such as the State machine,
Working State monitoring in
accordance with the applicable standards.
The ST editor is a dedicated
editor supporting the Structured
Text language of the IEC 61131-3
standard and has the following
•• Full syntax colouring
•• “Intellisense” pop-up with Autocompletion
•• Drag and drop of objects from
•• Variable type and size assist
•• View variable value in source code
•• Tool tip with variable or function information
Sequential Function Chart(SFC)
The SFC editor is a powerful
graphical tool that enables you to
enter and manage Sequential
Function Chart programs according
to the IEC 61131-3 standard.
The editor supports advanced
graphic features such as drag and drop, so that you can rapidly and freely arrange the elements of your diagram. It also supports automatic chart formatting
when inserting or deleting items and thus enables quick input using the keyboard.
It supports the G Code, including
milling, lathe. It supports G Code
and T, S, M Code those are similar
to form of Fanuc, so you can
easily apply for equipment.
It also supports virtual TPG,
Dry-Run, Single Block, etc. in order to validate the G code programming. In addition, it allow you to verify processing by MPG after Cycle start through SEMI-AUTO Mode.