Timer: T0-T199 (200 points) is a 100 ms timer (set value: 0.1-3276.7 S); T200-T245 (46 points) is a 10 ms timer (set value: 0.01-327.67 S); T246-T149 (4 points) is a 1 mS cumulative timer (set value: 0.001-32.767 S, power loss retention, i.e. interruption); T250-T255 (6 points) is a 100 ms timer (set value: 0.01-327.67 S); Cumulative timer (set value: 0.1~3276.7 S, power loss maintenance, that is, interrupt action).
If T192-T199 and T246-T249 are used in subroutines or interrupt programs, the current value of the timer is modified when the END instruction is executed. When the current value of the timer is equal to the set value, its output contacts act when executing the timer coil instruction or the END instruction. If the timer is not used, the work of the timer may not be normal under special circumstances.
If a 1ms timer is used to interrupt programs and subroutines, its contacts act when executing the first coil instruction of the timer after its current value reaches a set value.
Use the T command format (Tn KX), is an example:
OUT T0 K100
It means that when x0 is connected, time is 10 seconds and T0 is connected. Subsequent use of T0 to punish the required output points can achieve the purpose of controlling the time delay.
T is a timer symbol, 0 is a number, K is a constant, is decimal, that is, set to K10 is a second.