Focus on the fundamentals of PLCs from setting up communications to uploading and downloading programs to troubleshooting and modifying the system. Spend 65% of the class time on various PLCs working on hands-on exercises. Working in small groups, learn to program, connect input/output devices and solve elementary and complex problems.
Program a PLC to provide real-time, interactive, diagnostics that pinpoints the issues. Use other troubleshooting methods such as the search function, cross references, histograms and forces.
Receive a copy of LogixPro PLC simulation software to practice programming, running and troubleshooting ladder logic on any computer. It includes programming examples and animated industrial simulations.Download Seminar PDF