The QLCP-Development Tool has a new feature to allow for latching of control bits on a QLCP-NET configured as a server. The bits can be latched high or low. When latched, the control bit will ignore any outside input to change state. This feature was added to allow greater flexibility for non-vital programming. For example, an application program can be designed to operate several different location types and use the Control Latching feature as an “address” to enable specific behaviors of the non-vital program.
To learn more please download the QLCP-NET Control Latching Bulletin product update.