RedVector RVI-10908

ControlLogix®: Configuring Hardware and Software

ControlLogix®: Configuring Hardware and Software

0.5 hr. Online Course

Level: Intermediate

Item#: RVI-10908

SME: Ralph Hackle

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The ControlLogix® series of programmable logic controllers are the PLCs of the future. Even the smallest controller has advanced capabilities above existing PLCs, including better power and motion control. This interactive online course will allow you to gain a solid understanding of hardware, software and communication concepts inherent to ControlLogix®’s RSLogix5000 ladder logic programming software.
This course is designed for technicians, maintenance personnel or engineers who want to improve maintenance and troubleshooting skills in order to minimize machine downtime. This course will introduce you to tasks involved in creating a project and the steps involved to establish communications and download a project to the controller. This course also discusses how to create new file menus to enable the user to configure the projects created.
Course Objectives
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Describe how to create a project
  • Recognize the tasks involved in creating a project and the steps to download the project to the controller
  • Explain how to start the ControlLogix® software
  • Describe how to navigate the user interface to create a new file
  • Explain how to use input screen detail to save configuration information to the controller
  • Describe how to download the project to the controller
Industrial Training, Inc is owned and operated by Ralph Hackle, who has nearly three decades of experience in industrial control systems, including 19 years of experience designing and implementing training programs. He has developed and/or implemented mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation training across the United States and Canada too. He has partnered with corporations in developing knowledge and performance base training assessments and curriculum. His main focus is striving to meet industries training needs.
Course Reviews (4)
Direct explanations
By on Oct, 03, 2019
Direct explanations. Easy to follow along. Good questions added during course.
good stuff
By on Mar, 12, 2020
good stuff
By on May, 27, 2020
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