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Learning the Basics

Where can I start to learn about PLCs? by xnuke
Posted: 25 May 03 (Edited 20 Jun 15)

Try the following web sites for basic training (some have PLC simulators available):

http://www.plcs.net
http://www.mrplc.com
http://www.thelearningpit.com
http://www.plcdev.com
http://www.industrialtext.com/freestuff.htm
http://engineeronadisk.com/V2/book_PLC/engineerona...
http://www.plcman.co.uk
http://www.mikroe.com/en/books/plcbook/plcbook.htm
http://www.koldwater.com/
http://www.plcacademy.com/
http://www.plcopen.org/pages/pc2_training/download...
http://www.youtube.com/RonBeaufort
http://www.plcmentor.com
http://www.plc-course.com/
http://www.plcprofessor.com/
http://www.trysim.de/en/
http://www.theautomationstore.com/plcs/

Site links may change without notice, so general sites are included as opposed to specific product links. Most require you drill down to find the product information you desire. Some of the following links refer to a company's U.S. site.

For manufacturer-specific information:

Allen-Bradley: http://www.ab.com
GE: http://www.geautomation.com/products/programmable-...
Automation Direct: http://www.automationdirect.com/adc/Shopping/Catal...
Mitsubishi: https://us.mitsubishielectric.com/fa/en/products/c...
Omron: http://www.omron247.com
Siemens: http://www.sea.siemens.com/index.asp
Modicon: http://www.schneider-electric.com/products/ww/en/3...

If anyone knows of sites I can add to this or if links disappear, please let me know. Thanks.

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