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A graph used to illustrate the propagation of a cardiac impulse and analyse complex arrhythmias.

ladder diagram

Laddergram Cardiology A ladder-like graph used to illustrate propagation of a cardiac impulse and analyze complex arrhythmias. See Electrophysiology. Cf Vectorgram.
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Compiling ladder diagram into instruction list to comply with IEC 61131-3.
The Ladder diagrams are used for applications with programmable logical automata by programmers with previous experience in automations with contacts and relays.
This start position is called home position and it is represented with network 1 on ladder diagram, Fig.4.
Motion programs are then created using standard motion instructions ported to operate within the ladder diagram. The background motion planner communicates position and speed values directly to chassis-based motion cards, which interface directly to encoders and drives and perform the high-speed loop closures.
It is well-known that the programmable logical controllers (PLC), used for controlling industrial processes, use standard programming languages like Sequential Function Chart (SFC), Ladder Diagram (LD), Instruction List (IL) and so on.
Its WinSPS Windows-based programming package allows the choice of Ladder Diagram, Instruction List, Function Block Diagram, and Sequential Function Chart, all of which are IEC 61131 compatible.
The application programs can be built with graphic configuration with high-performance editors in programming languages according to IEC 61131-3: function block diagram (FBD), ladder diagram (LD), instruction list (IL), sequential function chart (SFC).
Traditionally PLCs are programmed in specialized languages in international standard IEC 1131-3 (Ladder Diagram, Sequential Function Chart, Structured Text and Instruction List).
•Provides protocol trace with full message decoding, and graphical ladder diagrams of call flow with time stamp
It uses programming languages such as ladder diagrams, functional block diagrams, and instruction lists to regulate processes.
[ClickPress, Wed May 27 2015] PLC is a product that regulates various automation and mechanical processes in manufacturing plants through ladder diagrams, functional block diagrams, and instruction lists.