ELEC 2410 - Allen-Bradley PLC Programming
Allen-Bradley PLC Programming covers the theory of operation and application of Allen-Bradley PLCs in the process industry by requiring students to develop PLC ladder programs using various instructions and mathematical functions. The application of analog circuits is also covered. Programming will be performed via computer software. Students are also required to hardwire components to the PLC and to verify the operation of their programs.
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 2
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites: ELEC 1120 or instructor’s permission.
Note: Course not designed for transfer.
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