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  • jcdan3
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    Hi,

    It did solve my problem.

    Thanks to all for the quick awnsers.

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  • Adisharr
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    Wire C1 and C2 to your 24V common. Happens all the time

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  • bcarlton
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    Please study carefully study the diagrams in the manual. If you don't understand the diagrams let us know.

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  • jcdan3
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    I did not. Should I have 0V on C1?
    thanks

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  • Tinker
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    " then directly put on X004 the 24VDC and verified it using my multimeter. The voltage is 23.97 VDC."

    Do you have C1 connected to 0V?

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  • jcdan3
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    Getting started with discrete input

    Hi guys,

    I am very new to PLC programming using Click PLC. I rencently purchased a Click PLC C0-12DD2E-2-D.

    I made a very small to program to test a sensor (on X001). As far as i go, the PLC cant seem to read the input.

    I then directly put on X004 the 24VDC and verified it using my multimeter. The voltage is 23.97 VDC.

    I cant see to find what I am doing wrong. Could it be a configuration parameter?
    Can anyone help me finding the problem?

    I will add picture of my "program" and my configuration.
    I updated the firmware and selected the proper PLC.

    Thanks!

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