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HansRockSolid posted a topic in SiemensHi guys, since this is a forum for people starting out with TIA Portal, I would like to share with you my course that I developed for the last 6 months. This course uses a real-life sample application and translates it into a fully functional TIA Portal PLC application. This course of 2,5 hours consists mainly of video explanations with practical programming assignments to put your newly gained knowledge straight to work. As a controls engineer, I have over 10 years of hands-on experience with TIA Portal ranging from software development, commissioning and troubleshooting. At the end of this course, you´ll be able to: Structure and program a real-life user application in TIA Portal Download and Troubleshoot a TIA PLC application Program function blocks (FB) using ladder logic Build global data structures using user-defined-data-types (UDT) and data blocks (DB) With the coupon link below, you can enrol for only $12.99 (might vary depending on the country you live in). The course is normally $99.99, so you get an amazing all-round programming package for almost no money. So go and check it out Take me to the Course Now!
PLC doesn't respond to communication requests or responds negatively to such requests. A PLC communication error can occur between the programmable computer and the devices it controls or when the technician attempts to program the device. If anybody have idea then share i am fresher now i learn it from CETPA INFOTECH. I think this is the best place to ask.
Hi all, I have recently started an apprenticeship working for a bookbindery in the Toronto area. I work as an industrial mechanic and am beginning to get involved in troubleshooting and repairing electronic components. I'm fine with basic NEC drawings and basic wiring. However when it comes to more complex issues like circuit boards, plc's and the million other electronic components of our machinery I don't even know where to begin. I'm looking into some part-time education that I can either do on my own or at a school around my work schedule. Any information about productive courses and other education in the field would be great. How did you guys get to where you are? Cheers