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Advanced Electrical Troubleshooting

How to troubleshoot industrial controls with advanced Troubleshooting Industrial Controls skill training simulation software. Advanced training to troubleshoot problems with skills test. Read more at Advanced Electrical Troubleshooting simulations.

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August 13, 2017 Posted by | Education, Electrical, engineering, maintenance, PLC, safety | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Rockwell RSLogix 5000 Training Seminar

Instructor: The PLCProfessor

Date: 9/26/2017 – 9/28/2017

Location: St. Louis, MO USA

Rockwell RSLogix 5000 Training Seminar starring The PLC Professor!

If you liked the PLCProfessor books and the PLCearn series, now is your chance to get hands on Controllogix – Compactlogix and RSLogix 5000 PAC training in person with the PLCProfessor!

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3 – Day RSLogix 5000 PAC Training Workshop

This 3 days of PAC training labs on real Compactlogix PACs is phase 1 of PAC training; Programming Ladder Logic with Rockwell’s  Studio 5000. (2.4 CEUs )

BIN95 offer The Best for Less once again with all the extra free PAC/PLC training material (see below)  each attendee takes home with them. The effective cost for all three days, once you deduct the value of free PLC training material, is about $1000 for all 3 days! That’s only $330 per day while everyone else charges over $500 per day. Plus it is not just anyone giving you that valuable hands on training, BIN95 and The PLC Professor specialize in automation training.

Undeniably, The Best for Less!
Register today, tap RSLogix 5000 Training Seminar for more details and to register.

July 9, 2017 Posted by | Education, Electrical, engineering, maintenance, PLC, PLCProfessor | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Bug free PLC programming example – 21 CFR Part 11

Source: PLC programming examples under GMP GAMP 5

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GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice), GAMP 5 (Guide for Validation of Automated Systems), 21 CFR Part 11. IEC 25010

Best practices in the PLC programming realm, uses Static Analysis (verification testing). It is probably one of the least covered in PLC training, and therefore least practiced. (With those receiving BIN95 PLC training being an exception to that rule as they have always covered it in the instructor based classes since 1995.) Yet it should be one of the most important parts of the automation control design phases.

See 5 reasons why static analysis of PLC programming is very important.

The most important being Safety, Maintainability and Cost Savings over the life cycle of the equipment that PLC code controls. Many machine designers and system integrator claim they do not have the budget to do static analysis to GAMP 5 level of quality. The cost of not doing so, is passed on to you (the end-user of the equipment) for the life of the equipment.

That cost to end-user, when measured in using TDC (True Downtime Cost), can and often is … astronomical over the life of the equipment.

March 23, 2017 Posted by | Education, Electrical, engineering, maintenance, manufacturing | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

OPC for SCADA and DCS training

What does OPC stand for? OPC = OLE for Process Control

What does OLE stand for? OLE=Object Linking and Embedding

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OPC communication protocol is the most current to standardize data transfer between all industrial devices. Which make OPC training essential to those working with IIoT.

(IIoT=Industrial Internet of Things)

For OPC SCADA and DCS, this OPC training and software gives you real world experience on free OPC server.

Source: OPC for SCADA and DCS training

February 7, 2017 Posted by | Education, engineering, manufacturing, PLC | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Siemens PLC Programming Example 1

This PLC programming example PDF expands on last post where we started looking at the Siemens PLC counter using the Siemens PLC simulator.plc-programming-example-pdf

To open PDF, click “Siemens PLC Programming Example PDF

Source: Siemens PLC Programming Example 1

December 23, 2016 Posted by | Education, Electrical, engineering, maintenance, PLC | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Online MCC Electrical Training

This online motor control center training certificate course for beginners.

Source: Online MCC Electrical Training It is also great for a refresher. Below is a little video tour and demo of the MCC electrical Course…

December 16, 2016 Posted by | Education, Electrical, engineering, maintenance, manufacturing, safety | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Mechanical Engineering Career Aptitude Test

ME aptitude tests (MAT) are one of the most common, they measure knowledge of mechanical engineering technology, electrical, and physical concepts.

Source: Mechanical Engineering Career Aptitude Test

The article above covers how to study for the mechanical aptitude test (MAT) that are commonly used today. There is mechanical aptitude test preparation for Bennett (BMCT test), the Wiesen test (WTMA test), the Ramsay Corporation test and the Military’s ASVAB test preparation.

As well as the Military using the ASVAB for pre-screening, big corporations like Delta airlines, AT&T, Dupont, and Amtrak.

Bennett test (BMCT test) – Used for industrial and repair positions jobs.

Wiesen test (WTMA test) – Used in the operating, maintaining and repairing machinery industries, and deals more with day to day operations.

Ramsay test – Used to identify and sort potential candidates for trainee programs and apprenticeships.

ASVAB test – Used by the military as mechanical aptitude test.  Includes questions about general science, electronics information, auto information, shop information and mechanical comprehension.

November 28, 2016 Posted by | Education, engineering, maintenance, Mechanical, Skill Shortage | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Mechanical Engineering Educational Newsletters

Volume 1, 1st Edition:

A 6 page Mechanical Engineering news letter touching on …

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  • Protecting bearings from dust.
  • Open trickle chutes for damp bulk product.
  • Changing the service duty of a pump.
  • Flange bolting-up practices.
  • Maintenance costs capital moneys.

Each topic covers basics of mechanical engineering from a real world application perspective by a leading ME in the industry, Download Mechanical Engineering PDF now.

October 20, 2016 Posted by | engineering, maintenance, manufacturing, Mechanical, Skill Shortage | , , | 1 Comment

RSLogix 5000 Programming

A ControlLogix – RSLogix 5000 Tutorial

Check out the RSLogix 5000 Tutorial to get started with understanding the structure (architecture) PAC RSLogix 5000 programming.

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A ControlLogix project is comprised of tasks that contain programs routines and other elements. Tasks within the project set the execution priority for one or more programs and schedule the program’s execution with up to 32 tasks available.

The programming task are configured to execute

Continuous: The continuous task is executed continuously as long as periodic or event tasks are not being executed. When the continuous task completes a full scan, it restarts immediately.
Periodic: Periodic tasks perform a function at a specified interval. Configurable time periods range from point 1 milliseconds to 2,000 seconds. Priorities assigned, range from 1 to 15.
or Event-based:Event task are executed immediately when a specific trigger occurs. A trigger is defined by the user and can be a change of state of an input or specific motion control operations.

In summary tasks are executed one at a time depending on their priority and only one task is continuous.Learn more see RSLogix 5000 Tutorial

October 18, 2016 Posted by | Education, Electrical, engineering, maintenance, PLC | Leave a comment

Electrical Engineering: Why is there so much theoretical in BSEE programs?

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This article answers –

Why so much theoretical in BSEE college Electrical Engineering programs and not much practical application?

It answers in a unique way that may be more understandable by students asking that question. See and share …

Source: Electrical Engineering students: Why so much theoretical?

October 3, 2016 Posted by | Education, Electrical, engineering | , , | Leave a comment

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