One-day course on software-configurable safety controllers

22 January 2016

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One-day course on software-configurable safety controllersPilz Automation Technology is hosting a series of one-day training courses for engineers wanting to learn about the PNOZmulti software-configurable modular safety controllers. The course provides delegates with a basic understanding of the PNOZmulti system so they can configure a control system with little or no further support form Pilz.

Included within the course are:

  • practical configuration and diagnostic exercises using demonstration equipment
  • training in quickly configuring complex applications

In particular, attendees will learn about:

  • PNOZmulti hardware and the maximum input/output configuration permitted
  • How the product is programmed
  • How to upload and download a program to a PNOZmulti controller
  • How to monitor a program's functionality
  • How to view a program's error messages and remedy any faults
  • How to configure a speed/standstill module

This course is suitable for a wide variety of engineers and managers, including electrical engineers, maintenance engineers, installation engineers, electrical design engineers and project managers. Although a general understanding of industrial electrical controls would be helpful, attendees do not need any prior knowledge of PLC programming.

One-day courses are scheduled to take place at the Pilz training facility in Corby, Northamptonshire, as follows:

  • 8 February 2016
  • 4 April 2016
  • 27 June 2016

Follow the link to find out more about training on PNOZmulti controllers and to register for the course of your choice.

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