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m_aly75

Hi
I want to know if there is ladder language for arduino.


avr_fred


m_aly75

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May 07, 2018, 11:40 am Last Edit: May 07, 2018, 11:41 am by m_aly75
Yes, but temper your expectations as it's no Studio 5000.

http://soapboxautomation.com/products/soapbox-snap/
Sorry what's the mraning of studio 5000

In the other side .the language of c++ for arduino is difficult for me .and i used ladder language in other microntroller (PIC)and i interested it
so i need your advice in using ladder in arduino
Thanks

_db_

Studio 5000 is an expenssive PLC development suite from Rockwell.




For ladder programming on MCUs, there's LDmicro. Many Atmel and Microchip MCUs supported.

http://cq.cx/ladder.pl

Still being developped. Use the Github link to get the latest.

May not look like the shiniest thing, but atleast it's still being developed. And you can compile the code directly or export it to C or apparently as an arduino sketch (news to me).

And there's a simulator.

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