This is a “Hands On PLC Troubleshooting” course using the Allen Bradley SLC 500 (DH485) Emulator. The goal of the course is twofold:
#1:To provide “Hands On Training” that is affordable.
#2:To create confidence and success in troubleshooting PLCs.
The course is divided into 2 parts:
Part I will cover the 6 essentials for troubleshooting which are:
In Part II of this course, you will experience “hands on” learning using the Allen Bradley 500 Emulator and will learn…
Whether you are new to the world of PLCs or just want to sharpen your troubleshooting skills, then this course is for you!
2:40 video material
1:20 practical exercises
Jim Joros, known as the PLC Guru has over 40 years of experience in the electrical field ranging from rewinding motors, a Motor Room Electrician in a 80” Rolling Mill to an Electrical Control Technician in a high speed bottle manufacturing plant. Jim has also developed training programs and test equipment for training and repairs.
For the last several years Jim has been a PLC instructor teaching Allen Bradley SLC 500 and Contrologix. He is also published two training manuals entitled “Guidelines for Troubleshooting” and “Essentials for Troubleshooting PLCs.”
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