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ELC-215 Programmable Logic Controllers I

35 hours lecture, 55 hours lab


Students will be introduced to the basic principles of operation and programming of PLCs. You will apply a PLC to: relay replacement, analog and digital interfacing PLC operation will include: CPU, memory, I/O, branch and latching instructions, timers, counters, sequencers, registers and data files. They will use both computer based PLC simulation and real PLCs for programming practice.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Industrial Automation Program, or instructor permission.

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