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12 - Online RS500 Course - CL102 – Advanced I Programming with RSLogix500

12 - Online RS500 Course - CL102 – Advanced I Programming with RSLogix500


A lab project series with lab discussion/lectures. It is recommended that you complete CL100 and CL101 before you begin this course.

This Advanced I course along with the Basics (CL101) and Advanced II (CL103) lab project courses and the lecture series course (CL100) is the “Complete PLCLearn Series”. The lab projects are identical to those in the Complete PLCLearn Series lab project manual available in our bookstore at PLC eUniversity. It is not necessary that you purchase the manual to complete this course. All of the projects are contained in the modules of this course. It might be more convenient to purchase the manual for offsite study, but unnecessary nonetheless. Do not register until you have your hardware trainer or emulator in hand and the software needed loaded onto your computer.

It is recommended that you do not register for this course until you have completed enough of CL100 – Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers  to determine upon which platform you are going to complete the lab projects. Either a hardware trainer with a real PLC or using Emulate 500.

Most of the lab projects are followed by a lab lecture/discussion. There are several lectures from other courses that are repeated in this course to make it a standalone course and for your convenience.

Certificates are issued upon completion of the course.

If purchased out of the PLC eUniversity Bookstore, our staff will receive a notification from PayPal and they will assign you to the course using your email address and a password that we will assign to you and then email to you. This will allow you to log on to the Learning Management System site and attend the course.

The course duration is limited to 30 days from the date of your first log on.

This lab  project series is comprised of these modules:

  1. Introduction to the course – 5m
  2. Timer Application – Lab
  3. Timer Application – Discussion/Lecture
  4. Working with Descriptions – Discussion/Lecture
  5. FIFO and LIFO – Lab
  6. FIFO – Discussion/Lecture
  7. LIFO – Discussion/Lecture
  8. FFU – Lab
  9. LFL LFU – Lab
  10. FLL - Lab
  11. FLL  – Discussion/Lecture
  12. LES GRT - Lab
  13. LES GRT – Discussion/Lecture
  14. LEQ GEQ - Lab
  15. LEQ GEQ – Discussion/Lecture
  16. EQU NEQ MEQ - Lab
  17. EQU NEQ MEQ – Lecture
  18. Compounding Compare Instructions – Lab
  19. LIM Limit Instruction - Lab
  20. Compounding Compare Instructions & LIM – Discussion/Lecture
  21. ADD SUB – Lab
  22. ADD SUB – Discussion/Lecture
  23. MUL DIV – Lab
  24. MUL DIV – Discussion/Lecture
  25. SQR NEG – Lab
  26. SQR NEG – Discussion/Lecture
  27. The One Shot Instruction – Lab
  28. The One Shot Instruction – Discussion/Lecture
  29. TOD FRD – Lab
  30. TOD FRD – Discussion/Lecture
  31. MOV MVM – Lab
  32. MOV MVM – Discussion/Lecture
  33. TON vs. TOF Instructions – Lab
  34. AND – Lab
  36. OR NOR XOR NOT NEG CLR – Discussion.Lecture
  37. COP FLL – Lab
  38. COP FLL – Discussion/Lecture
  39.  32bit Math – Lab
  40. DVD SCL – Lab
  41. DVD SCL – Discussion/Lecture
  42.  INT STI STE STD – Lab
  43.  INT STI STE STD – Discussion/Lecture

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