"This course covers a variety of topics and prepares you to program an Allen Bradley PLC, create an HMI and even integrate a Cognex Vision system. There are many examples and if you follow along, you could go from not knowing anything about PLCs to making your first program."
"Just started a new job as an Industrial Controls Engineer in the food industry and took this course to play some catch up as I am new to the Allen-Bradley Systems. From the completion of this course, I am ready to start programming and designing HMI's and gain confidence/experience working in this field. It helped that the instructor worked in the food industry also, so a lot of his examples regarding pumps/tanks etc were especially helpful."
"Thanks again Vlad for another great course. This is a very informative course and I recommend this to anyone that wants to further their understanding with Powerflex 525 VFD and how to control them using a PLC program."
The course is well explained and sufficient to get started with programming Drives. I recommend this course if you are new or beginner working with VFDs.I really like some of the situations during the course, which is definitely of help when you are troubleshooting in the actual industrial work environment!In addition, this course is short one can quickly go through to refresh knowledge about Drives!
"This course helped me better understand the extensive functions of Cognex systems. I'm in manufacturing automation. I was able to configure and and set our new cameras and upgrade firmware on the older IS2000m . Very happy"
"It is very practical, it shows main features of powerflex that you would be using on real world as well as some basic examples. Since I am a AB programmer I also liked that he showed how to connect the VFD with studio 5000 and showed how to identify VDF tags on the PLC side."
"I think these are THE BEST courses for beginners. I wanted to learn PLC programming and the majority of the courses only offer the software side of things, where this offers knowledge around the hardware as well."