Pre PLC Programming Course, Before You Start Programming

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Pre PLC Programming Course, Before You Start Programming, What you need to know before you start programming. Basics of PLC systems, I/O , numbering systems and basic logic.

Hello, my name is Stephen Marshall, let me tell you a little bit about myself and tell you about this course “The Pre PLC Programming Course”.

I have experience in manufacturing. I’ve spent my career on electrical maintenance teams and project teams, and I have worked with PLCs and electrical controls for 30 years.

During that 30 years I have had the opportunity to pass on some of what I have learned by mentoring others in an “on the job training” type of capacity. And I have written training packages and job guides along the way. I feel blessed that I have had the opportunity to learn so much over my career and I find it satisfying when I get to pass it on.

A while back when business was a little slow, I started writing some lessons about PLC programming. When I decided on how to structure those lessons, I came up with a multi part series and it stands to reason that the first part of that series would be the most basic things someone needs to know to start working with PLCs. At he time , I named it “Part 1 The Fundamentals” and these training videos are based on that document.

In my opinion, this course teaches what you absolutely need to know before you click on the PLC software and attempt to understand the programming. It is not geared toward any particular brand of PLC our programming software. The fundamentals are relevant to all types of PLCs. So, this is a good place to start no matter what type of PLC you will be working with in the future.

Here you will learn What You Kneed to Know Before You Start Programming.

The basics are:

· Understanding exactly what a PLC system is and the parts that make up that system.

· What inputs and outputs are available to a PLC system and how they are connected.

· Understanding the difference between Sinking and Sourcing I/O.

· What does data look like in a PLC and what numbering systems are used.

· And getting to know some programming terms and how they are applied to PLC logic.

Free training on PLC Basics

Applies to all brands, all PLCs

Designed for self learning

You don’t have to wait for your employer to approve and pay for your training.

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