Programmable Logic Controllers (Basic Programming and Troubleshooting)

Description

The programmable logic controller is an industrial computer that allows workers to control the manufacturing processes. This covers assembly lines, robotic devices, and activities that require high reliability, ease of programming, and process fault diagnosis. The essential function of a PLC is to emulate the functions of electromechanical relays. The course here helps you understand the process of automation.

 

Topics for this course

8 Lessons

Introduction

Allen-Bradley 820 PLC
The History of PLC’s
PLC Fundamentals
PLC Programming Basics
How to Troubleshoot PLC’s
Software Requirements Micro 820
Setting up Communications Micro 820
Hands-on-Labs