Courses

This video and discussion is about Introduction to the Count Up (CTU) in RSLogix 500. It demonstrates how to program a Counter Up Instruction. It explains and demonstrates how the CTU works using conveyor with prox switch.


Thursday, July 30, 2020
This video and discussion is about Limit Test Instruction. It works you through the two most common methods for using a LIM Instruction.


Thursday, August 6, 2020
This course is designed to provide current and aspiring technicians an understanding of the periodic maintenance required to ensure optimal energy production over the lifetime of a solar electric (PV) system.


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The course addresses OSHA's 1910 regulations as they relate to safe electrical work practices for maintenance and construction individuals. You will review the requirements of the Electricity Act, Regulations and Codes of Practice for those who are responsible for operating and maintaining 600 volt (or less) electrical equipment. The training simplifies the OSHA electrical standards and criteria and specifically addresses safe work practices to be used during the operation and maintenance of electrical equipment.


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In this four-hour course, participants will cover 1) General Facility Rules 2) Hazard Communication 3) Personnel Hazards and Protection 4) Equipment Hazards 5) Emergencies and Environmental Concerns and 6) Supplemental Information such as MSDS Sheets and a Glossary of Terms.Upon successfully passing an exam at the end of the course, participants will receive a course completion card which may be used for entry into local manufacturing facilities.


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This video and discussion is about Timer On Delay using RSLogix 500. It demonstrates how to timer's enable, timer timing, and done bit work. It explains and demonstrates how the TON works using double acting cylinder connected to a 5/2 solenoid controlled spring return directional control valve.


Thursday, July 23, 2020, Online Course