HMI Panelview 800 Configuring and Programming paid course free. This course will allow students to become familiar with a Panelview human-machine interface (HMI). The student will learn how to configure, wire, and program in concert with the Micro 850 PLC.
- Students will be able to configure and set up the parameters of a Panelview 800 HMI
- Students will be able to select and adjust colors, fonts, add text, and various backgrounds to Panelview HMI
- Students will be able to configure inputs and outputs on the Panelview 800 HMI
- Students will be able to monitor and minipulate counter, timer, and math data on the Panelview 800 HMI
HMI Panelview 800 Configuring and Programming Course Requirements
- Students should be familiar with PLC programming by taking the Micro 800 PLC programming course or similar course
This course will allow students to become familiar with a Panelview human-machine interface (HMI). The student will learn how to configure, wire, and program in concert with the Micro 850 PLC. HMIs are used in industry and manufacturing to control and monitor processes. It gives an operator an opportunity to observe these processes and make changes whenever necessary. After this course the students will be able to:
1. Configure the HMI to communicate with the PLC
2. Add the necessary wiring to the HMI, both power, and communication connections
3. Design and program an input device
4. Design and program an output device
5. Install a start/stop motor control station
6. Program and connect an electrical interlock circuit for forward and reverse operation
7. Program and connect a timer to monitor time on the HMI
8. Program and connect a counter to monitor the count values on the HMI
9. Program and connect compare instructions like equal, not equal, greater than, less than, a combination of these, and minimum and maximum parameters
10. Program and connect math operations
11. Add a variety of screens when more space is needed
12. Manipulate font styles, sizes, and colors background colors, and manipulate text
The students should have a background in programmable logic controllers and basic electricity. The students should have good computer skills and know-how to cut, copy, paste, etc.
Who this course is for:
- Students in this course may be currently working in the industrial maintenance of manufacturing sector, or looking to enter such fields.