Tue, Sep 11 2018 - Wed, Sep 12 2018
This two day course provides students with a basic understanding of RSLogix5000 ladder logic instructions and terminology. We will instruct and provide hands-on practice to efficiently program a Logix5000 controller while using the RSLogix5000 programming software. Students will gain a better understanding of Tasks, Programs, and Routines function as well as creating Tags. There will also be labs using Local and Distributed I/O over Ethernet demonstrating the advantages of the Producer/ Consumer model and enhanced module capabilities. Additional labs include Processor to Processor communications, User Defined Data Types, and Add On Instructions. We also cover the basics of EtherNet/IP addressing and 'Flashing' of the Logix hardware.
Machinery Safeguarding Basics
Tue, Sep 18 2018
This course discusses topics that ensure you understand the necessary concepts to provide a safe work environment for your employees. The topics covered will include: safety system categories and how they affect you, risk assessment procedures to determine the proper category needed for your machines, pertinent US and European standards and laws, machine safeguarding components used to comply with the standards, a solid understanding of these concepts can improve productivity, employee morale, and reduce lost work time due to injury.