Our Five Star rated Micro800 course, Nano Basics, receives new lessons on using Plug-In I/O, Scaling, and more!

In the first new lesson, students learn how to export the version 10 Micro850 project they'll been working on throughout the course.

Students are then shown how to import that five program project into a version 7 project and download it to a Micro810.

In the next new lesson, students learn how to add an Analog Input Plug-In module, a 2080-IF2, to their Micro850 project.

After configuring the module, students are then shown how to scale the raw analog input values using function block programming.

In addition to the above, more new lessons are on the way.  And just like with all other courses, all students get these new lessons at no additional charge.

Additional Nano Basics lessons, currently in post production, include using and scaling plug-in analog outputs, using expansion I/O modules, integration PowerFlex VFDs, and creating a PanelView 800 HMI project to interface with the students existing motor and drive programs.

Sincerely,

Shawn Tierney
Automation Instructor and Blogger

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