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 Hi,

I am stuck with a problem.  I have to assign timing to the task for load prioritization . If my grid supply gets OFF, during 08:00 Hr to 20:00 Hour then my diesel generator should get ON for Load A and if my grid supply gets OFF after 20:00 Hour till morning 8:00 hour of next day the same diesel generator should get ON for Load B. this turning ON of diesel generator should have delay of at least 2 minutes. should i use timed loop or sequence, if yes please tell me how?

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@nehaom wrote:

should i use timed loop or sequence


Try a state manchine.


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Hey Thanks!! I am just developing logic, does state machine require interfacing?
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@nehaom wrote:
Hey Thanks!! I am just developing logic, does state machine require interfacing?

I don't understand the question. What do you mean by "Logic"? by "interfacing"?

 


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By interface, I mean does it will require DAQ asst. to check grid supply and system timing to ckeck time? And By Logic I mean, I am just writing prog in Labview.

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how would I give time. i am able to introduce wait, I took current date time and add a wait to current time, to introduce delay, but i m not getting how to assign timing? Please help me.. i m stucked here since last 7 - 8 days.

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Can you share your code?

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Maybe something like this can help you:

hourcheck.PNG

 

Norbert

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yes, i can but you might not get it, since other logic are also involved. and the defined problem is part of prog

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i need the solution. how can i share the problem in detail with you. Ok. i am forwarding the code, please check and recommed the solution. It is for 100 KVA Diesel generator the defined problem (If my grid supply gets OFF, during 08:00 Hr to 20:00 Hour then my diesel generator should get ON for Load A and if my grid supply gets OFF after 20:00 Hour till morning 8:00 hour of next day the same diesel generator should get ON for Load B. this turning ON of diesel generator should have delay of at least 2 minutes. ) to be implemented.

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