Learn Automation from Scratch
This course, (PLC Fundamentals) teaches you how to program with the focus on ladder logic, which is the most popular PLC programming language. The goal is to teach you everything you need to know to make a PLC do what you want it to do. You are also given all the software necessary to both CREATE and RUN your own programs live - right on your own computer. For some people, that's all they really need.
But for the people who want to really master PLC programming, they have the option of continuing into the advanced material with me.
Applied Logic (Level 2) forces you to take what you've learned and solve problem after progressively harder problem unassisted. You get a spec and are told simply: "Make it work, and don't progress until you have." After, you get to watch me solve each one as well. By the end, you don't just know how to program - you are a PROGRAMMER.
Process Visualization (Level 3) gives you both knowledge and experience in HMI / SCADA development environments. By the end, you've created several COMPLETE visualization (screen) projects that you can actually run on your own computer (and SHOW PEOPLE in an interview) with no additional hardware.
TIA Portal Master Project (Level 4 - Siemens) is the culmination of everything. In that course, you'll program an entire power plant using PLC programming languages with a full HMI. It's a massive and complex project that really showcases your talents in an interview!
This course is written for anybody who wants to become functional with ladder logic as quickly as possible.
Mainly useful for electrical and instrumentation engineers
Want to become an automation engineer, learn this PLC
Anyone with a curiosity for making industrial automation
People with no experience in electronics/industrial automation
People with an intermediate knowledge of electronics
â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
INTRODUCTION TO PLC
SOFTWARE INSTALLATION & LADDER LOGIC REPRESENTATION
INTRODUCTION TO LATCH OPERATIONS
TIMERS & COUNTER FUNCTION
PLC USING ANALOG COMPARACTOR
PLC HARDWARE CONFIGURATION