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This video explains how to make basic PLC Ladder in the Software environment. It explains the concept of NO (normal opened) and NC (normal closed) switches and contacts.

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20 Comments


  1. Shakil
    Oct 07, 2021

    Thanks so much for the blog article. Really looking forward to read more.


  2. Madhankumar
    Dec 02, 2020

    Can you share the software link please to my mail.. [email protected]


  3. Madhankumar
    Nov 18, 2020

    What software are you used? Can you
    share the software link to my mail


  4. Subhan
    Jul 21, 2020

    Can u please send a link to download the programming software.


  5. Urla. Teja Swi Tarun
    Jul 07, 2020

    Could you please clear my doubts
    1)What is the use of 0v in the video ?
    2)What is the difference between 0v and ground?

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