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yes but i STILL cant understand what is goin on. C in new to me. I never did any sort of programming. The only logic I know is ladder logic. So I am having trouble understanding the codes. I am also on a deadline. So I am trying to get this going asap. I tried modifying the programs. I got sum to werk. (like making another switch do the operations) But timing is a big problem. I cant understand the code.
Your kit comes with all the tutorials and lessons for C but there is no reason why you cannot use Assembler instead, you might find it easier to follow - the Sticky at the top of this page has plenty of references to various tutorials for all codes.
Learning to program Pics when on a deadline -Wow ! - How long ??
1) After Operator selects either heavy or medium load, he / she then selects Automatic cycle and Machine starts. 2) Water supply inlet valve opens, and fills machine until level switch shuts off valve. 3) Same signal from level activation then releases brake and turns on motor. Motor runs forward for four (4) seconds, stops for three (3) seconds, runs on reverse for four (4) seconds then stops for another three (3) seconds, and continuously goes back and forth for the programmed wash period (fifteen minutes). 4) After preset time expires, motor stops, brake activates, drain pump activates, and machine drains out until empty level switch contacts engage. 5) Empty level contacts then shuts off drain pump, and water inlet valve re-opens and machine fills again until high level. 6) Same signal from high level activation then releases brake and turns on motor. Motor runs forward for four (4) seconds, stops for three (3) seconds, runs on reverse for four (4) seconds then stops for another three (3) seconds, and continuously goes back and forth for the programmed rinse period (five minutes). 7) Rinse operation completes, and drain pump activates, brakes release and motor starts on forward and runs continuously for preset time for spin mode. 8) After spin mode times out, automatic cycle is complete