RedVector RVI-10911

ControlLogix®: Communications and Advanced Programming

ControlLogix®: Communications and Advanced Programming

0.5 hr. Online Course

Level: Intermediate

Item#: RVI-10911

SME: Ralph Hackle

Average Rating

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Programmable Logic Controllers, or PLCs, are the brains behind much of the equipment that runs in manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and other industrial operations. These computers require specific programming for each industrial machine; therefore, it is necessary to understand the logic behind the programming for each task. This interactive online course provides information on basic communication instructions for ControlLogix® PLCs and will also discuss more advanced programming techniques using program instructions, including bit, timer/counter, and compare instructions, as well as move/logical, math conversion, and program control instructions.
Course Objectives
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Recognize and describe the functionality of basic communication Instructions used in ControlLogix® 
  • Identify Inputs within each set of basic communication instructions and describe the resulting output 
  • Understand the more advanced program control instructions used in ControlLogix® and describe the functionality of each one
  • Identify inputs within each set of advanced program control instructions and describe the resulting output
 
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT: Ralph Hackle
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 (1)
Lots of hand written notes required to support training
By on Dec, 24, 2019
Lots of hand written notes required to support training.