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PAC Basics Standard Online Course

$99.00

In this course, those with some prior PLC experience will learn how to setup, configure, and program the Allen-Bradley line of ControlLogix Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs.)

Description

In this course designed for those with some PLC experience, students will learn how to setup, use, and program the Allen-Bradley line of ControlLogix Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs.)

NOTE: If you'd prefer a course that also covers advanced lessons, check out our “PAC Basics Extended Edition” course which has additional advanced lessons and is twice as long as this “standard” course.

NOTE: If you've never used or programmed a Programmable Controller then you may want to take our “PLC Basics” course before you take this ControlLogix Programmable Automation Controller course.


What you will learn:

  • Understanding the overall design of ControlLogix system and components
  • How to configure a system’s Controllers, I/O, and Communications Modules
  • How to setup Ethernet, Serial DF1, and USB drivers in RSLinx Classic
  • The difference between RSLogix 5000 and Studio 5000
  • How to setup, configure, and edit RSLogix and Studio 5000 projects
  • How to add, edit, and test Local, Ethernet, and ControlNet I/O
  • Understanding Controller and Program tags
  • How to create and edit Tags and Aliases
  • How to setup, configure and edit Tasks, Programs, and Routines
  • Understanding how Ladder Logic differs in ControlLogix when compared with other PLCs
  • How to create, test, run, and troubleshoot Ladder Diagram Routines
  • Understanding Function Block Diagram Routines, and how they Execute
  • How to create, test, run, and troubleshoot Function Block Diagram Routines
  • How to create and use User Defined Data Types

For additional details, visit the course page HERE


Who should take this course:

Anyone who already has some PLC experience and would like to learn how to setup, use and program the Allen-Bradley line of ControlLogix Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs.)