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1,MOV is the transfer instruction in MITSUBISHI PLC. Its function is to transmit the source data to the specified target.

For example


MOV K100 D10

When X0 is ON, K100 is sent to D10 and automatically converted to binary numbers.

The MOVP instruction is the pulse execution mode of the MOV instruction. Instructions are executed on the rising edge of execution conditions.

2,Mov refers to the continuous transmission of PLC in each scan cycle.

For example.

MOVE sends the preceding condition of the instruction.

Such as M8000 or X0 is usually closed.

PLC performs a transmission instruction once per scan.

Movp refers to the execution of a single instruction only when the preceding condition is satisfied.

X0 from normally open to normally closed, can only hold a transmission instruction, X0 does not change, it does not hold transmission.

For example, the preceding condition is variable, such as M8013 (one pulse per second).

Then transmit instructions once per second.

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.



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.

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.


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