Training

Omron Beginner PLC Class - San Marcos, TX
From Tuesday, December 17, 2019 -  09:00am
To Wednesday, December 18, 2019 - 04:00pm
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Contact Richardbay@geaoftexas.com

December 117th & September 18th | San Marcos Area

Join us for a basic Omron PLC training class with GEA applications engineer, Richard Bay. Training is two days starting at 9:00AM to 4:00PM on both days and students are able to purchase an Omron starter kit. PLC & Cables supplied by GEA.



Training (2 Days), $450 per person

Training + Omron Kit, $650 each

Additional Students, $100 each

 

Optional Starter Kits Include:

  • CP1LEL20DTD Omron PLC, 12 inputs, 8 outputs
  • S8VK-G06024 Power supply, 24VDC
  • CP1W-SWB06 Input simulator/switch bank
  • CP1AC120L8FT A/C power cord
  • CP1L3545TBAG carrying bag
  • CX-ONE-TRIAL-DVD-423 Cx-One trial software

 

 

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to PLC's - Hardware analysis and explanation
  • Ladder logic: PLC programming "language"
  • CX Programmer (Omron PLC programming software) - installation, description, navigation, etc.
  • Basic programming & instructions: contacts, coils, set, reset, timers, counters, mathematics, etc.
  • Documenting programs: Symbols, comments, naming conventions
  • PLC Memory: Data memory area, Holding memory, Work memory, etc.
  • Hands-On: Application specific examples where students enter and debug programs

Day 1

Day 2

PLC Basics

Programming Labs

Troubleshooting

Application Examples

Programming Basics

Question & Answer


Location:

TBD

NOTE

Student will need laptop computer with WindowsNT, XP or 7 and DVD drive. Computer needs a USB port for PLC comms and Ethernet port. If you do not have CX-Programmer 9.5 (or Cx-One 4.0) or a later revision, please let us know in advance so we can obtain a 30-day trial version of the software for your use. Note that a basic working knowledge of computers is required for this class. Student should be proficient at basic Microsoft Windows functions such as opening & closing files as well as operating a mouse.

 

Location usa, TBD
 
December 117th & September 18th | San Marcos Area
There are currently 12 of 12 spaces available
Registrations are now closed