In this lesson we are going to discuss a method to change the status of an input address. As we’ve discussed previously, the CPU first scans the inputs and puts the statuses or values within a memory area in the PLC. The scan then solves the logic based on the input statuses. And finally, the CPU sets the outputs. On some occasions you may have an input that is not yet functioning and you may want to temporarily change the status of that input in order to determine if the logic solves as intended. We’re going to show you how to do that in this lesson as well as status change time frame options such as permanent change, only once, etc. Open up this lesson to find out how to accomplish this.