PLC Progression - Level 2 (Lifetime Access)

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We have heard from many satisfied customers regarding our easy learning approach and are pleased to present to you the next series of training courses to assist you in your journey to learn PLC Programming.

If you are just looking to advance your skills in PLC Programming or get a job in the Automation and Controls Engineering field, well we got you covered.

We have many years of combined control system design and programming experience that we will be utilized to explain these lessons in a clear and concise manner.

In the first series of this training program we got you familiar with the basics of PLC Control Systems. We talked the about hardware, including power supplies and how the processor functions. We also talked about memory types, modules and their LED status lights, different I/O types and their use, and finally configuration.

In this series, we are going to continue where we left off. We will first get you more familiar with the programming environment. Following that, we’ll discuss Input, Output, and memory addressing. We will then discuss how to address timers and counters.

We will then jump right into programming in the next couple of lessons and write some code for running a three phase motor.

After that, we discuss latch instructions and talk a little about normally opened versus normally closed switches and which is better to use in what situation.

Other lessons in this series include set instructions, flip flops, momentary and latched controls. The series also contains instruction on writing code for rotating motors in clockwise and counter clockwise directions, positive and negative edge detections, and using a single switch to both start and stop a motor as well as using a single switch to run 4 motors, one after the other.

This second series is packed full of instruction explanation and code writing for many common controls.
This is second installment of comprehensive training courses that will help you to gain the knowledge needed and assist you in becoming an Automation and Controls Engineer.

Buy the series today and see why this innovative training technique is touted as one of the best training programs available.

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PLC Progression - Level 2 (Lifetime Access)

We have heard from many satisfied customers regarding our easy learning approach and are pleased to present to you the next series of training courses to assist you in your journey to learn PLC Programming.

If you are just looking to advance your skills in PLC Programming or get a job in the Automation and Controls Engineering field, well we got you covered.

We have many years of combined control system design and programming experience that we will be utilized to explain these lessons in a clear and concise manner.

In the first series of this training program we got you familiar with the basics of PLC Control Systems. We talked the about hardware, including power supplies and how the processor functions. We also talked about memory types, modules and their LED status lights, different I/O types and their use, and finally configuration.

In this series, we are going to continue where we left off. We will first get you more familiar with the programming environment. Following that, we’ll discuss Input, Output, and memory addressing. We will then discuss how to address timers and counters.

We will then jump right into programming in the next couple of lessons and write some code for running a three phase motor.

After that, we discuss latch instructions and talk a little about normally opened versus normally closed switches and which is better to use in what situation.

Other lessons in this series include set instructions, flip flops, momentary and latched controls. The series also contains instruction on writing code for rotating motors in clockwise and counter clockwise directions, positive and negative edge detections, and using a single switch to both start and stop a motor as well as using a single switch to run 4 motors, one after the other.

This second series is packed full of instruction explanation and code writing for many common controls.
This is second installment of comprehensive training courses that will help you to gain the knowledge needed and assist you in becoming an Automation and Controls Engineer.

Buy the series today and see why this innovative training technique is touted as one of the best training programs available.

31 Videos

  • 34. Familiarity with PLC programming environment

    5m 51s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 35. PLC Input, Output and Memory Bit Addressing

    11m · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 36. How to Address Timer And Counter in a PLC Program?

    1m 16s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 37. Running a 3-Phase Motor PLC Program _ Part 1

    6m 16s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 38.Running a 3-Phase Motor PLC Program _ Part2

    8m 38s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 39. How Does a Latch Instruction Work in PLC Programming?

    4m 27s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 40. How to Use a Normally Open Stop Switch in Your PLC Program?

    4m 27s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 41. Why Should Stop Switches Normally Be Closed?

    2m 40s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 42. Why Do You Need to Use Feedback Contacts in Your PLC Program?

    4m 52s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 43. Using the SET Instruction Instead of a Latch Instruction in Your PLC Program

    3m 12s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 44. Drill Press PLC Program

    7m 27s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 45. Two-Hand Control PLC Program

    3m 2s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 46. STEP 7 Programming Languages

    3m 16s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 47. Using a Symbol Table for Symbolic Addressing in PLC Programming

    3m 29s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 48. How Do Flip-Flops Work in PLC Programming?

    7m 28s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 49. How Does the CPU Process Your PLC Program?

    2m 16s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 50. Let's Control the Level of This Tank!

    7m 7s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 51. Can a Motor Work in Both Momentary and Latched Modes?

    5m 25s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 52. CW and CCW Rotations PLC Program (Normal Mode)

    6m 57s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 53. CW and CCW Rotations PLC Program (Fast Mode)

    2m 19s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 54. How Can We Make a "Bit" Address to Solve Always True or Always False in a PLC Program?

    2m 25s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 55. Last Line Priority in PLC Programming

    5m 39s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 56. Positive Edge Detection in PLC Programming

    2m 21s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 57. Negative Edge Detection in PLC Programming

    2m 5s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 58. Address Positive and Negative Edge Detection in PLC Programming

    3m 32s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 59. Drill Press PLC Program (Positive Edge)

    6m 20s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 60. How to Use a Single Switch Both as Start and Stop Switch in PLC Programming?

    3m 42s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 61. How to Use a Single Switch Both as Start and Stop Switch in PLC Programming? (Using Edge Detectors)

    2m 17s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 62. Running 4 Motors one after the other with One Start Switch_Part 1

    10m · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 63. Running 4 Motors one after the other with One Start Switch_Part 2

    3m 5s · Streamable only + subs available in English

  • 64. Midline in PLC Programming

    3m 19s · Streamable only + subs available in English

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  1. 34. Familiarity with PLC programming environment

    5m 51s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  2. 35. PLC Input, Output and Memory Bit Addressing

    11m · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  3. 36. How to Address Timer And Counter in a PLC Program?

    1m 16s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  4. 37. Running a 3-Phase Motor PLC Program _ Part 1

    6m 16s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  5. 38.Running a 3-Phase Motor PLC Program _ Part2

    8m 38s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  6. 39. How Does a Latch Instruction Work in PLC Programming?

    4m 27s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  7. 40. How to Use a Normally Open Stop Switch in Your PLC Program?

    4m 27s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  8. 41. Why Should Stop Switches Normally Be Closed?

    2m 40s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  9. 42. Why Do You Need to Use Feedback Contacts in Your PLC Program?

    4m 52s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  10. 43. Using the SET Instruction Instead of a Latch Instruction in Your PLC Program

    3m 12s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  11. 44. Drill Press PLC Program

    7m 27s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  12. 45. Two-Hand Control PLC Program

    3m 2s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  13. 46. STEP 7 Programming Languages

    3m 16s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  14. 47. Using a Symbol Table for Symbolic Addressing in PLC Programming

    3m 29s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  15. 48. How Do Flip-Flops Work in PLC Programming?

    7m 28s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  16. 49. How Does the CPU Process Your PLC Program?

    2m 16s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  17. 50. Let's Control the Level of This Tank!

    7m 7s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  18. 51. Can a Motor Work in Both Momentary and Latched Modes?

    5m 25s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  19. 52. CW and CCW Rotations PLC Program (Normal Mode)

    6m 57s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  20. 53. CW and CCW Rotations PLC Program (Fast Mode)

    2m 19s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  21. 54. How Can We Make a "Bit" Address to Solve Always True or Always False in a PLC Program?

    2m 25s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  22. 55. Last Line Priority in PLC Programming

    5m 39s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  23. 56. Positive Edge Detection in PLC Programming

    2m 21s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  24. 57. Negative Edge Detection in PLC Programming

    2m 5s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  25. 58. Address Positive and Negative Edge Detection in PLC Programming

    3m 32s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  26. 59. Drill Press PLC Program (Positive Edge)

    6m 20s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  27. 60. How to Use a Single Switch Both as Start and Stop Switch in PLC Programming?

    3m 42s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  28. 61. How to Use a Single Switch Both as Start and Stop Switch in PLC Programming? (Using Edge Detectors)

    2m 17s · Streamable only

    Subs available in English
  29. 62. Running 4 Motors one after the other with One Start Switch_Part 1

    10m · Streamable only

    In this lesson you’ll learn to write a PLC program that runs four different motors one after the other using a single start switch. This means you have one start switch and every time you press the switch one of the motors will be turned on.

    Subs available in English
  30. 63. Running 4 Motors one after the other with One Start Switch_Part 2

    3m 5s · Streamable only

    Let’s test the program that we wrote in the previous lesson in the online mode.

    Subs available in English
  31. 64. Midline in PLC Programming

    3m 19s · Streamable only

    There is an instruction in the “bit logic” folder called “Midline”. In this video you’re going to learn how to use it and why.

    Subs available in English