We’re just getting started with these. Please let us know if there are any examples you’d like to see.
Getting Started – Create a very simple program to introduce vBuilder.
State Machines – Introduction to the format we highly recommend you use with your flow charts.
Timer Example – Count up and count down timer.
Rising Edge – How to do things in flow charts based on a Rising Edge signal (OFF to ON transition)
Real Time Clock – How to set it, read it and compare against it.
Thermocouple Example – How to use it in degrees C or F.
Debounce Example – Eliminate extra ON/OFF transitions that occur when using mechanical buttons and switches.
Subroutine Example – How we recommend structuring your subroutines.
Near Parallel – How to do multiple tasks at almost the same time.
Custom Serial Messages – How to send and receive custom serial messages.
Elevator Example – A small program to control an elevator.
Command HMI Demo Application – Learn how the pre-loaded demo application was created. Goes over basic components like buttons and numeric entries and graphs. Also covers more advanced concepts including recipes and macros.
PLC to CommandHMI Communication – Learn to sends data between your PLC and the HMI.
Command HMI DataLog – simple datalog example
Stepper Motor Control – Moves a stepper motor to several locations using the Motion Out function.
Home Stepper Motor – Example subroutine that homes a stepper motor.
ClearPath Servo Motor Control – Control on of Teknic’s Brushless DC Servo Motors.
RC Servo Control – Control the angle of a RC servo using a PWM output.
Laboratory Scale – Control an Adam Equipment Industrial Scale with a PLC.