TC011 - HMI Basic
This is an application course using NS Human-Machine Interface and the CX Designer software package. The course focuses on the integration of a PLC and HMI. The course is a mixture of theory and practical, covering all the basic aspects of NS operations. Full training equipment is provided to allow the trainee to complete a number of hands-on examples and practical problem solving.
- Introduction to NS hardware range
- Introduction to CX Designer software package
- NS Menu Settings
- Bit Buttons, Word Buttons, Command Buttons, and Lamps
- Numerical Input/ Display
- Test tool
- NS project Upload and Download.
This course is aimed at those who have a basic knowledge of the PLC, and who now want to understand or modify an NS application. It is ideally suited to those who have previously attended an TC001 training course, building on PLC knowledge to become proficient and confident in creating both PLC and NS software solutions.
£400.00 (1 day)
All course prices are subject to VAT.
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