Overview of the Wind Turbine Training System (PLC Application)
PLC Bottling Application
PLC Stepper Motor Application
The PLC Applications, Series 8075, aim to further develop student understanding of PLC programming that was acquired with the Programmable Logic Controller Training Systems, Series 3240. Basic principles are integrated with more advanced concepts in order to design small-scale systems typical of what can be found in the industry. Through practical examples, students gain a strong knowledge of PLCs and of the studied applications. Job sheets are provided with each application. The training capabilities of the systems are enhanced by their modularity and by the ability to use instructor-inserted faults.
Fault switches are included on selected modules to enhance troubleshooting activities by simulating open coils and contacts, defective contacts, shorted connections, and crossed wires.
The modules of the PLC Applications Series can be interconnected with those of other training systems for interdisciplinary training applications. Connections are made using flexible, PVC-insulated connecting leads terminated with 2 mm plugs. The control circuits operate at 24 V dc and are compatible with a variety of PLCs.
The PLC Applications series is divided into seven systems, each system covering a specific topic related to PLC controls.
Features & Benefits
Realistic applications to help students understand PLC principles and concepts
Applications can be interconnected with other equipment for interdisciplinary training