Category: BSA

BSA – Using a PLC PWM Module

Using a PLC module (or any component) in BSA is straight forward – you simply declare an UML State symbol with the input/output events you need and set this as external with the selected interface protocol and addressing scheme. The protocol can be anything because BSA is after all just a visual specification, so the…

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BSA – Using the PLC

BSA will see the PLC modules as a named tree and the diagrams send/receive messages using those names as addresses. You will have the option to design and/or detect a tree. easyIPC contains a config system allowing new, unknow modules to be reported and the user can then assign that module to a named position…

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BSA – Line Plot

I have about a days work left and the plot is ok. The performance issue means I have limitations, but for most applications this will be more than ok. More important is that coding up the rest of the plot is about re-using components from the linear bar. I need to modify range to support…

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BSA – Navigators

This is an early version of the 2 navigators I want to add. Both are located as folders on the left tool bar for now. Tools, Navigator and Document are selectable on the left toolbar. The “Navigator” show a selection of repository content that is needed to navigate between diagrams or diagram content. It will…

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BSA – bad coding

This diagram is absolute nonsence, but it is actually valid. like you can write rubbish code in any language you can do s with diagrams as well. I think the compiler will pick on this due to parameter conflicts, but yet again – these are made by you. This was just a mock up I…

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