ladder diagram


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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.

ladder diagram

a method of interpreting cardiac arrhythmias by using the electrocardiogram with a diagram drawn from the important points of atrioventricular conduction.
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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.
The programming method, used in the paper, is based on the ladder diagram.
Ladder diagram (LAD) and function block diagram (FBD) are the graphic-oriented programming languages in the programming software STEP 7.
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).
0 evaluates live network traffic and then presents a real-time assessment of network performance in a simple, yet visually rich ladder diagram display of packet flows.
These languages include Sequential Function Chart (SFC), Function Block Diagram (FBD), Ladder Diagram (LD), Instruction List (IL), and Structured Text (ST).
Additionally, network engineers can use the system's patent-pending ladder diagram, which now includes media events, to identify common problems such as one-way media or hanging calls.