Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 13 lectures (1 hour, 7 mins) | Size: 465 MB
What you’ll learn
Create a PLC Control Program
Write codes instead of drawing long SFC or Ladder diagrams to
Create amazing PLC projects
Advance in your knowledge about PLC
Basic Knowledge in PLC
A Will to apply, not just watch
>>> Stop using old coding techniques and start Programming PLC like professionals in no time without going through long code <<<
Why you should take this course?
Learn how to control your machines and devices with the power of programming PLC
This course makes the process easier by simplifying the coding language to make it understandable.
The course includes video tutorials, slides, and an exercise for hands on experience.
Improve proficiency in programming PLC systems and gain knowledge on switches, sensors, input/outputs, data registers, and internal relays.
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More Than 1500 STUDENTS!!! THANK YOU!!!
What students are saying:
Darsh Gajjar says, “Contents delivered is good, overall i enjoyed and explore much about how to program PLCs like this way ”
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Welcome to this course.
This Course will take you to a new level of PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) Programming, It will be a fun, easy, fast and enjoyable Programming Journey for you.
You will no longer program PLCs like a newbie.
As most of you know, there is an easy way, a long way and a smart way to program a PLC, drawing a long Ladder logic diagrams or an SFC might solve the problem easily or simply, but it won’t solve it effectively, it requires through understanding of Ladder Diagrams to give the ability to turn your idea into a project that is professionally programmed with PLC.
What if I tell you that now you can unleash you full potential in PLC Programming and be your own professional programmer.
You think this is cool but not yet interested!, well how about the fact that this course will allow you to know what happens in internal registers inside PLC.
Topics like Internal relays, Data registers, branching, if statements and more advance techniques will be introduced.
Who this course is for:
PLC – Programmable Logic Controller – Geeks
People Interested in Industrial Automation
Anyone interested in Programming Programmable Logic Controller