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RM 103 - Hardware and Software

 

TS01 - Build a PLC Trainer

The 3 lab project manuals, Basics, Advanced I and Advanced II were created using a 10 I/O point Micrologix1000 PLC. This video takes you through the complete process of building the training demo unit step by step.

TS02 - RSLogix500 Simulator

Although an actual PLC with lights and switches is the most optimum platform for learning to program a PLC, a simulator will suffice in a financial pinch. This video describes the process of downloading the appropriate software from Rockwell Automation, using it in the Windows 7 evnironment, running the three individual applications to achieve a functional RSLogix500/MicroLogix1000/1100 simulator. This video production was unscripted and unrehearsed. The simulator will work with the lab project manuals available from our website.

TS03 Pt.1 - Build an advance Trainer

ATTENTION - This is a slow-paced step by step, but it also includes lecture on backplanes. This is the first segment on designing and building an advanced hardware demo unit with analog inputs and outputs, in addition to the typical digital inputs and outputs. These presentations include technical discussions as well. The first two segments specifically are technology and not construction.

TS03 Pt.2 Build an advance Trainer

This is the Second segment on designing and building an advanced hardware demo unit with analog inputs and outputs in addition to the typical digital inputs and outputs. These presentations include technical discussions as well.

TS03 Pt.3 Build an advance Trainer

This is the third segment on designing and building an advanced hardware demo unit with analog inputs and outputs in addition to the typical digital inputs and outputs. These presentations include technical discussions as well.

TS03 Pt.4 Build an advance Trainer

This is the fourth segment on designing and building an advanced hardware demo unit with analog inputs and outputs in addition to the typical digital inputs and outputs. These presentations include technical discussions as well.

TS03 Pt.5 Build an advance Trainer

This is the fifth and final segment on designing and building an advanced hardware demo unit with analog inputs and outputs in addition to the typical digital inputs and outputs. Please note that the zener diode circuit has been replaced with an inexpensive DC-DC LM2596 Step Down Adjustable Converter that you can buy on EBay for <$2.

TS04 Pt.1 Build a Trainer with Lights

This video takes you through step by step building a hardware trainer with a MicroLogix1000, but unlike Part 1 this project maxes out the I/O with all of the bells and whistles. You should watch part one first if you are a novice. We do not repeat everything that we discussed in part one in part two a and b. This is Part 2a.

TS04 Pt.2 Build a Trainer with Lights

This video takes you through step by step building a hardware trainer with a MicroLogix1000, but unlike Part 1 this project maxes out the I/O with all of the bells and whistles. You should watch part one first if you are a novice. We do not repeat everything that we discussed in part one in part two a and b. This is Part 2b.