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  • High definition full motion video                     

  • Clear, concise, organized,
    detailed and easy to understand.
    Easy as 1, 2, 3!

  • Step by step instructions.

  • 5 hours total video run time.

  • Proven training curriculum.

  • This listing is for 1 DVD that has three
    training courses:
    1. Ladder Diagram Basics
    2. PLC Hardware Basics
    3. PLC Programming Basics

  • Three bonus college level PLC training digital
    books are included for free (+1000 pages). 

  • The highest quality and most
    comprehensive PLC training course
    on Ebay!

  • Please note that this listing does not include
    any PLC hardware.  This listing is for a PLC
    training course DVD that teaches PLC
    hardware, software and programming.



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  • Good value.  An equivalent training course from a technical college can cost over $5000.

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Road Map To PLC Mastery:

  • Ladder Diagram Basics
    • The road map to PLC mastery starts with learning how to read and draft electrical schematics.  The ladder diagram basics training course in this package teaches the basics of electrical schematic reading and drafting.  PLC programmers must know how to read electrical schematic, because it shows the the IO channels that the PLC program will have. Thus it is crucial that PLC programers are proficient at reading electrical schematic.
    • The ladder diagram basics training course teaches typical electrical components that are seen in an electrical schematic such as indicator lights, push buttons, fuses, relays and transformers.  The training course talks about the components' function, electrical symbol, naming convention and wire numbering convention.  The training course uses AutoCad Electrical to demonstrates various concepts.
    • The last section of this training course is the practical exercise.  The practical exercise puts the theories that were talked about into practice.  The exercise goes over the steps required to build a 3-wire start stop circuit.

  • PLC Hardware Basics
    • The next stop of the road to PLC mastery is learning the basics of PLC hardware.  To be able to design a PLC system that conforms to a customer’s specifications, PLC programmers need to have good knowledge of PLC hardware.  This training course teaches PLC hardware that are typically used in a system such as digital I/O module, analog I/O module, processor modules and PLC chassis.   In addition to PLC hardware, the training course will also talk about components that are required to power the PLC  such as power supplies and control transformers.  To make the lessons easier to understand, animations and demonstrations with actual PLC hardware are employed.

  • PLC Programming Basics
    • The final stop of the road to PLC mastery is learning the basics of PLC programming.  The training course starts out by introducing the viewers to the different types of memory (tags) that Allen Bradley PLCs use such as boolean, integer and floating point.  Next, the training course talks about basic ladder logic instructions that are the building blocks of PLC programs such as contact, coils, timers and counters.
    • After learning the basics ladder logic instructions, the training course will talk about different tools and techniques that PLC programmers can use to create logic.  The tools and techniques allows the programmer to put ladder logic instructions, which by themselves are not useful, together.
    • The two types of PLC program that this training course will talk about are combinational and sequential.   The training course will go over in details the steps needed to creating each type of PLC program.   Practical examples such as “Traffic Light” and “Security system” will be used to demonstrate various programming concepts.

  • Bonus Materials
    • Three bonus GPL PLC digital books totaling over 1000 pages are included with this training course.  They provide supplemental training of the topics covered by this training course and more! Scroll to the bottom to see the topics covered by the bonus digital books.  Some Ebay sellers sell these ebooks but we will include them with this training course for free!

Training Course's Goal:

  • The goal of this training course is to transform people who know nothing about PLCs into engineers who can bring a conceptual idea to a working control system.

  • Training course preview:

    PLC Programming Training Course

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  • Topics covered by the PLC Training Course
    • Ladder Diagram Basics Training Course
      • Training Course Introduction
        • Prerequisite
        • Required hardware/software
      • Indicator Lights
        • Indicator lights
        • Electrical symbol 
      • Switches
        • Intro
        • Pushbutton switches
        • Contact types,
        • Selector Switches
        • Limit Switches
        • Electrical symbols
      • Transformers
        • Control Transformer
        • Primary windings
        • Secondary Windings
        • Electrical Symbols.
      • Fuses
        • Intro
        • Electrical Symbol
      • Relays
        • Intro
        • Anatomy of a Relay
        • Relay Wiring
        • Relay on Electrical Schematic
        • Relay Naming Convention
        • Electrical Symbols
      • Ladder Diagram Framework
        • Components of a Ladder Diagram
        • Wire Labels
        • Component Labels
        • Adding Components to Ladder Diagram
        • Component Name Prefixes
        • Practical Example
      • Practical Exercise
        • Intro,
        • Acquiring Hardware
        • 3Wire Start/Stop Control Circuit Design Using Ladder Diagram
        • Physically Constructing the 3 Wire Start/Stop
        • Evaluation and testing.

    • PLC Hardware Basics Training Course
      • Intro
        • Training Course PrerequisitesTraining Course Objective
        • What is a PLC?
      • PLCs Form Factor
        • Stand Alone Form Factor
        •  Modular Form Factor
        • Capability and Cost of Different PLC Form Factors
      • PLC Chassis
        • Physical Features
        • Backplane PCB
        • Module Installation
        • Chassis Selection guide
        • Allen Bradley SLC 500 Chassis
      • PLC Power Supply
        • What is a PLC Power Supply?
        • Physical Features
        • OutputPower
        • SizingAllen Bradley 1746-P1 Power Supply
      •  PLC Digital Input and Output Channels
        • What are Input and Output Channels?
        • Digital I/O Module
        • Operating Voltage Range
        • Allen Bradley SLC 500 I/O Modules
        • Digital I/O Module
        • Physical Features
        • Digital Input Channels Wiring
        • Sinking and Sourcing Input WiringInput Channel Wiring Demo
        • What are transistors Output Channels?
        • Transistor Output Channels
        • Current Ratingof Transistor Output
        • Number of Channels
        • Transistor Output Channels Sinking and Sourcing Wiring
        • Output Channels Operating Voltage Range
        • Transistor Output Channel Wiring Demonstration
      • PLC Contact Output
        • What Are Contact Output Channels?
        • Contact Types: Form A, Form B, Form C.
        • Contact Output Module Inte
        • rnal Connection
        • Voltage and Current RatingSourcing and Sinking
        • WiringContact Wiring Demonstration.
      • PLC Analog Input Channels
        • What are analog Input Channels?
        • Example of Practical Usage
        • Types of Analog Signals
        • Examples of Analog Input Channels Usage
        • Operating Voltage Range
        • Allen Bradley Analog Input Module.
        • Measurement Accuracy
        • Module Resolution
        • Voltage Resolution Calculation
        • Total Counts Calculation
        • Analog Input Module Demonstration.
      • PLC Analog Output Channels
        • What are Analog Output Channels?
        • Example of Practical Use
        • Physical Features
        • Operating Voltage Range
        • Module Resolution
        • Analog Output Channels Accuracy
        • Analog Output Channels Demonstration
        • Voltage Resolution Calculation
        • Counts Calculation
        • Analog I/O Channels Wiring
        • Electrical Noise Prevention
        • Cable Shielding
      • PLC Processor
        • What is a PLC Processor?
        • Examples of PLC Processors
        • Physical Features of PLC Processors
        • Indicator LEDs and Keylock
        • Communication Ports
        • Programming Cable
        • Memory Type: ROM, RAM, EEPROM
        • Memory Structure
        • Memory Capacity Selection
        • User Programs and Firmware
        • Scan Cycle
        •  Analogy of PLC Scan Cycle.
        •  Processor Scan Time
      • Powering PLCs
        • PLC Power Requirement
        • What is a Control Transformer?
        • Control Transformer Terminal Names
        • Step Down Control Transformer
        • Control Transformer Sizing
        • Control Transformer and PLC Volt-Amp Rating
        • PLC Rating Label
        • PLC Power
        • Control Transformer Fuse Sizing.
      • Programming PLCs
        • PLC Interface Software: RSLOGIX 500 and DirectSOFT
        • Uploading and Downloading PLC Programs
        • Function of PLC Interface Software: Configuration and Programming
        • RSLOGIX 500 Pro Quick Tour.
        •  PLC Communication interfaces: RS232, RS485 and Ethernet
        •  Handheld PLC Programmers

    • PLC Programming Basics
      • Training course introduction
        • Prerequisites
        • Training course overview
      • PLC memory 
        • introduction
        • Different uses of PLC memory
        • Data types
        • Integer, boolean, floating point, counter and timer
        • Data type usage
        • Boolean data type
        • Boolean data type block
        • Integer data typeInteger data type block
        • Memory location addressing
        • Allen Bradley memory addressing convention
        • RSLOGIX 500 binary data file. 
      • PLC Program Overview
        • Introduction to PLC programs
        • Why some machines require PLC programs?
        • PLC program's I/O
        • Instructions in PLC programs
        • Software used to create PLC programs
        • Ladder logic programming language
        • Ladder logic instruction setReference memory address
        • Ladder logic instruction's symbol name
        • PLC program's comment
        • Ladder Logic rungs
        • Ladder logic rungs state
        • Ladder Logic branches
        • PLC program scan
        • How PLC solves/scans a PLC program
        • Ladder logic program vs electrical ladder logic diagram
      • Viewing .RSS RSLOGIX 500 Project Files
        • RSLOGIX Micro Starter Lite Installation
        • Viewing Allen Bradley .RSS project file with RSLOGIX Micro Starter LiteZoom in
        • Zoom out
        • Closing .RSS project file.
      • Ladder Logic Instructions
        • Intro to ladder relay instructions.
        • Normally open contact instruction.
        • Normally closed contact instruction.
        • Output coil instruction.
        • Normally open, normal closed and output coil instruction demonstration.
        • Transitional contact instruction.
        • Demonstration.
        • Latch output coil instruction.
        • Unlatch output coil instruction.
        • Latch and unlatch output coil instruction demonstration.
        • Timer instruction
          • Instructions input and outputs.
          • Instruction's parameters.
          • Reset instruction.
          • Analogy.
          • Demonstration.
        • Counter instruction
          • Instructions input and outputs.
          • Instructions parameters.
          • Reset instruction.
          • Analogy.Demonstration. 
      • Ladder Logic Programming Tools
        • Intro.
        • Boolean expression.
        • Boolean expression to ladder logic circuit conversion.
        • Sum of product (SOP) & product of sum (POS) boolean expression.
        • SOP boolean expression conversion example.
        • POS Boolean expression conversion example.
        • Truth table intro.
        • Truth table's header.
        • Truth table's input columns.
        • Truth table to boolean expression conversion example.
        • Karnaugh map intro.
        • Karnaugh map's vertical and horizontal header.
        • Karnaugh map's output cells.
        • Karnaugh map gray code.
        • Number of inputs vs number of output cells.
        • Inputs to output cell mapping.
        • Karnaugh map usage example.
        • Karnaugh map grouping rules.
        • Solving karnaugh maps with "Karnaugh Map Minimizer" software.
      • types of PLC Programs
        • Introduction
        • Combinational PLC Program
        • Characteristics of a combinational PLC program.
        • How a combinational PLC program works.
        • Sequential PLC ProgramCharacteristics of a sequential PLC program.
        • How a sequential PLC program works.
        • Real life analogy of a sequential PLC program.
        • Sequential PLC program application.
        • Combinational PLC program application. 
      • Combinational PLC Program Desgin
        • Introduction to Combinational PLC Program Design
        • PLC Program Development Cycle
        • Machine Logic Specification step
        • Hardware schematic drafting step
        • Design & Implementation step
        • Expressing systems logic with truth table
        • Converting truth table to a boolean expression
        • Converting boolean expression into a ladder logic circuit
        • Overview of combinational PLC program's ladder logic blocks.
        • Testing step
        • Combination PLC program demonstration 
      • Sequential PLC Program Design
        • Introduction
        • Sequential PLC Program Development Cycle
        • Machine/System logic specification step
        • Documenting systems logic.
        • Documenting system I/O with I/O definition table.
        • Hardware schematic drafting step
        • Design & Implementation step
        • Overview of the ladder logic blocks in a sequential PLC program.
        • Designing the systems logic with a state diagram.
        • Converting the state diagram to a sequential PLC program
        • Testing step
        • Sequential PLC program demonstration.
    • Topics covered by the 3 bonus digital books
      • Automated Manufacturing System
        • Programmable Logic Controllers
        • PLC Hardware
        • Logical Sensors
        • Logical Actuators
        • Boolean Logic Design
        • Karnaugh Maps
        • PLC Operation
        • Timers, Counters and More
        • Structured Logic Design
        • Flowchart Based Design
        • State Based Design
        • Numbers and Data
        • PLC Memory
        • Ladder Logic Functions
        • Advanced Ladder Logic Functions
        • Open Controllers
        • Instruction List Programming
        • Structured Text Programming
        • Sequential Function Charts
        • Function Block Programming
        • Analog Inputs and Outputs
        • Continuous Sensors
        • Continuous Actuators
        • Continuous Control
        • Fuzzy Logic
        • Serial Communication
        • Networking Communication
        • Internet
        • Human Machine Interfaces (HMI)
        • Electrical Design
        • Software Design
        • Selecting a PLC
        • Appendix - Function References
        • Appendix - Glossary
        • Appendix - References
      • Dynamic System Modeling and Control
        • Introduction
        • Translation
        • Solving Differential Equations
        • Numerical Methods
        • Rotation
        • Transfer Functions
        • Circuits
        • Feedback Control Systems and Block Diagram
        • Phasor Analysis
        • Bode Plots
        • Root Locus Plots
        • Non-linear Systems
        • Analog IO
        • Sensors
        • Actuators
        • Motion Control Systems
        • Laplace Techniques
        • Magnetic Systems
        • Fluids
        • Linear Controls with Laplace
        • Lab Guide
        • Writing
        • Math Review Guide
        • C Programming Review
        • Units
        • Materials
      • Integration and Automation of Manufacturing Systems
        • Integrated and Automated Manufacturing
        • An Introduction to C/C++ Programming
        • Network Communication
        • Databases
        • Communications
        • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
        • PLCs and Networking
        • Industrial Robotics
        • Other Industrial Robots
        • Robot Applications
        • Spatial Kinematics
        • Motion Control
        • CNC Machines
        • CNC Programming
        • Data Acquisition
        • Vision Systems
        • Integration Issues
        • Material Handling
        • Petri Nets
        • Production Planning and Control
        • Simulation
        • Planning and Analysis
        • References
        • Appendix - Projects
        • Appendix - Common References
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