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One Shot Rising and One Shot Falling Instructions in PLC

To study the working of One Shot Rising (OSR) and One Shot Falling (OSF) functions in Allen Bradley programmable logic controllers (PLC).

One Shot Rising and One Shot Falling Instructions

One Shot Rising and One Shot Falling Instructions

In the above instruction block of One shot Rising (OSR) or One shot falling (OSF),

There are two Variables,

Storage Bit: This bit is to store the status of input.

Output Bit: This bit store the value when it executes the function of Block

One Shot Rising (OSR)

One shot rising is similar to ONS except the storage and output bits. It gives single pulse at the time of going ON condition. Storage bit stores the status of input.

Output bit stores the status of function performed by the block.

One Shot Falling (OSF)

One shot falling gives single pulse at the time of going input’s OFF condition  which is connected to it. Storage bit stores the status of input. Output bit stores the status of function performed by the block.

PLC Program using OSR and OSF

PLC Program using One Shot Rising Instructions

Ladder Logic Explanation

RUNG 0000

Input 1 (I:0/0) is connected to OSR block. When input is turned ON, Storage bit (B3:0/0) turns 1 and output bit (B3:0/1) turns “1” for a second and goes to “0” again.

RUNG 0001

Input 2 (I:0/1) is connected to OSF block. When input is turned ON, Storage bit (B3:0/2) turns 1 and output bit (B3:0/3) remains “0”.When Input turns OFF, Output bit turns “1” for a second and goes to “0” along with storage bit.

PLC Program using OSR and OSFConclusion

We can use this example program to understand the working of one shot rising (OSR) and one shot falling (OSF) function in Allen Bradley programmable logic controllers (PLC).

Author : Hema Sundaresan

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