Posted tagged ‘PLC programming’

You Could Benefit from PLC Training

August 15, 2013

Yesterday at our DFW training room, we completed yet another two-day OMRON PLC training class for customers looking to increase their working knowledge. (The HOUSTON class is next week. Sorry, sold out.) We had enough PLC brain power in the room to teach an engineering class.

Besides our usual pro Jay Anthony heading things up from the front of the class, we also had field application engineer Matt Meeker assisting in the bac

k of the room. And to top gun it off, we had OMRON’s Ed Allen giving a cursory view of the Omron NJ controller hooked up to a whackosick demo that is in for all purposes a mini-factory production line. Really a cool two days for the people who attended. Plus, everyone got to take home their PLC and power supply — came with the cost of the class.

Upcoming classes in Tulsa and Memphis. Check our training website for all of our training dates.

Parker Xpress PAC System

June 21, 2013

Parker’s Xpress PAC system implements the standard for PLC programming — IEC61131-3 — but still retains all the powerful control features of the ACR family. Motion can be generated using PLCopen function blocks or the flexible AcroBASIC language. Whether you are a PLC expert or an ACR expert, you’ll hit the ground running developing your motion and logi programs. Pair it with Interact Xpress and your machine control experience is complete.
Click here to see the full application from Parker. Let Innovative-IDM help you with your automation application. Gice us a call at 877-906-2100 or you can email us at