If you've visited theautomationblog.com lately, you've seen that I've started publishing a series of videos on the Micro800.
Update: Course now available at TheAutomationSchool.com.
Part of the reason for this is, while I still believe the MicroLogix 1000 is the best PLC to learn on (via my course at PLC Basics Second Edition) there's no denying that the Micro800 is Rockwell's new line of lost cost Micro PLC's.
With that said, I've also received a number of inquiries about whether I was going to release a new PLC training course based on the Micro800 line.
Which brings me to the purpose of this article, and the question I ask in the below video: Do you see a need for a Micro800 training course, and if you do what topics would you like to see covered?
So, if you do think there is a need for a Micro800 training course, please consider visiting Nano Basics Course and sharing your thoughts with me.
And in appreciation for your time and feedback, I'll send you a 50% coupon off the price of my Micro800 course when it's completed.
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