In an effort to make learning PLC application and programming affordable, our Technical Services Group developed this training course for use by schools and universities. That basic course of instruction has been modified for use by companies in upgrading employee skill levels. The course is structured so it can also be used for personal home study.
The course material begins with an introduction to electrical control circuits and is fully illustrated to aid understanding of each topic presented. As the course progresses, I/O types and their usage is explained along with good wiring practices and networking. The balance of the material presented deals with the actual programming and covers each segment in detail. Exercises for each chapter make use of the Solves-It! PLC and development board to provide hands-on example of theory.
The following items are included in the PLC/Programming Learning Package.
One each - Solves-It! plug-in PLC Model SI-210
One each - SI-PGM Solves-It! Programming Cable, RS-232
One each - Divelbiss part number 115-105328 Din-rail/Subplate mount socket
One each - SI-DEMO-02 Trainer/Simulator (Includes Class II transformer)
One each - Solves-It! Model SI-210 User's Manual (on CD)
One each - EZLDCD-01 Current Release Version Standard of EZ Ladder® on CD
One each - EZ Ladder User's Manual (on CD)
One each - PLCs & Control - A Practical Approach Student's Manual on CD
One each - PLCs & Control - A Practical Approach Student's Workbook on CD
Practical Hands-on Training
Fully Illustrated Textbook
Real World Exercises
Solves-It! Plug-in PLC
EZ Ladder® Software ($200 value)
Ideal for Home Study
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