RFID & Industrial Networks 105 - $295
1-Day Course: Thursday, December 1st, 2016 from 9AM - 3PM
Location: Industrial Control in Zeeland, MI
Bagels & Lunch Included
The attendees of this one-day class will demonstrate understanding of how an industrial network functions, what the common protocols are, how and when to use distributed control, how to integrate RFID, and will be able to use common configuration and programming tools and software.
Who Should Attend
System designers, engineers, integrators, machine builders, or any other functional area looking to gain an understanding of how and when to use distributed I/O and control. Laptops are highly recommended for this training as attendees will hook up hardware to configure and commission.
- What is an industrial network and how does it benefit the application
- What are the protocols, when to use which one, and how each differs from the others both electrically and physically
- Components of an RFID system, differences between HF and UHF RFID and where to use each, how and when to integrate RFID to new and existing installations
Tools & Software
- What are PACTware, CoDeSys, and ARGEE set-up and programming environments and how to use them.
About the Instructor
Mr. Pete Goede, Corporate Trainer, Turck USA will have the Freedom to tweak each session to the specific needs of the students. He also has the in-depth knowledge to address control engineer’s toughest questions because he works in the real world of emerging industrial factory automation every day.