Intermediate Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)

Download PDF January 1-1, 1900
Purdue Polytechnic - South Bend
Room 207
1733 Northside Blvd
South Bend, IN 46634
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM EST 1500 Wednesday, December 27 This registration is closed.
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Event Details

This course is a continuation of the Introduction to Programmable Logic Controls (PLCs) course offered by Purdue MEP. Building on the programming techniques from the first course, this course introduces programs and tasks, process flow, user experience, and error handling. Appropriate industrial codes and standards will be used as support for the methods taught.

Appropriate For

Manufacturing maintenance and engineering personnel who have completed the Purdue MEP course Introduction to PLCs.

You Will Learn

  • Establish a method of managing a mechatronic design systematically in a way that is repeatable.
  • Use existing subprograms in the main code to increase efficiency.
  • Build new subprograms as needed to increase the efficiency of main code.
  • Create methods of documentation to manage a complex system.
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