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Programmable Logic Controllers

Following are the Programmable Logic Controllers courses we teach, along with a brief description of the class. To find out more information about a particular course, please click on the course name.

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This hands-on course is designed to teach you how to properly install, operate, and troubleshoot any of the Allen-Bradley PLC-5 family of programmable logic controllers. This course stresses the practical aspects of troubleshooting these sophisticated and complex programmable controllers.

Prerequisites: A strong working knowledge of Electricity, Electronics, and either Motor Control Basics or Instrumentation is required. In addition it would be very helpful for the participant to have a good general understanding of personal computers.

This hands-on course is designed to continue where the Level 1 course left off. Essential information from the Level 1 course will be discussed at the beginning of this course. The results of the pre-test will be used to determine what information that your particular group needs to have reviewed.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of the Level 1 - Troubleshooting the Allen-Bradley Family of Programmable Logic Controllers or equivalent knowledge.

This hands-on course is designed to teach the participants how to properly install, operate and troubleshoot any of the  Modicon 984 family of programmable logic controllers. This workshop is designed for technicians, operators and engineers interested in installation operation and troubleshooting any of the  Modicon 984 programmable logic controllers.

Prerequisites: A strong working knowledge of electricity, electronics and either motor control basics or instrumentation is required. In addition, it would be very helpful for the participant to have a good general understanding of personal computers.


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