A programmable logic controller (PLC) is an industrial solid-state computer that monitors inputs and outputs and makes logic-based decisions for automated processes or machines.
These controllers can automate a specific process, machine function, or even an entire production line.
In today’s world of the Industrial Internet of Things (iIoT), and Industry 4.0 programmable controllers are called upon to communicate data via Web browser, connect to databases via SQL, and even to the cloud data via MQTT.
They are a must in any smart factory.
Omron, a global leader in electronics and automation, will run a series of PLC training courses in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in coming weeks.
By attending these courses you will gain an understanding of how a PLC can improve your business productivity and performance.
The course covers:
- Timers and Counters
- Program Development
- Introduction to CX-Programmer
- Maintenance and Troubleshooting
- General Application Instructions
- Ladder Diagrams
- PLC System Components
- PLC System Configuration
- Memory Matrix and Addressing
You’ll be shown how a PLC can deliver:
- Less downtime
- Lower operating costs
- Efficient production process
- Greater return on automation investment
Who should attend?
- Engineering staff
- Plant supervisors
- Maintenance staff
- Engineering students
Attendees will receive personal training including a full set of reference notes and equipment (current PLC and laptop).
Courses will be held in:
Melbourne: May 7-8
Sydney: May 21-22
Brisbane: June 3-4
Omron will also conduct a series of Advanced PLC Programming course.
This course also includes personal training and a full set of reference notes and equipment (current PLC and laptop).
The Advanced PLC Programming course covers:
- Data Shifting
- Data Movement
- Instruction Logic
- Data Conversion
- Numbering Systems
- General Instructions
- Analog I/O
- Data Comparison
- Logic instructions
- Arithmetic instructions
- Introduction to networks
- Data Control Instructions
- Special Instructions, including PID
- Advanced courses will be held in:
Melbourne: May 9-10
Sydney: May 23-24
Brisbane: June 5-6
To register or for more information contact:
Contact: Nahian Yasin
Phone: 1300 766 766