What is the meaning of MOVP in PLC?

The MOV in PLC is the transmission instruction, for example [mov K15 D100] means to transfer the decimal constant K15 to register D100.

MOV is continuous execution, that is, each scan cycle is transmitted once.

Example:

LD X0

MOV K100 D10

When X0 is ON, K100 is transmitted to D10 and automatically converted to binary number.

MOVP is a pulse execution, that is, the instruction is activated once, and a transfer is performed.

Example:
MOVP K2M200 D40

The value of m200–m207 in decimal form is assigned to D40
MOVP K11 D0:

A transfer process is performed when conditions are available.

(pass constant 11 to D0 data register). It is usually performed only when there is a rising edge.

MOVP H1A2 U0/G0

It is to transmit H1A1 to module 0, buffer 0.

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