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Topics Include:
>> Introduction to Bedrock Open Secure Automation Hardware Platforms and options
>> Basics Wiring - Power, Communications, I/O, etc.
>> Introduction to the Bedrock IDE Software (programming and config)
>> IEC 61131-3 Overview and concepts including all 5 languages plus CFC
>> Introduction to Object Oriented Programming (OOP) techniques
>> Custom Functions and Function Blocks 
>> Utilizing software configurable universal I/O
>> Connecting to HMI/SCADA systems with built in native OPC-UA 
>> Configuring Modbus, Ethernet/IP and other protocols to 3rd party devices 
>> Utilizing Diagnostics tools for testing and troubleshooting.
>> Basic maintenance and troubleshooting tasks
>> Tips and tricks to help speed development and provide a more a funtionally rich system

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Duration:  Two (2) days - 8:00 am to 4:30 pm each day 

Class Size:  Maximum ten (10) and Minimum four (4) students

Prerequisites/Requirements:  
>> Student provided laptop/PC with Windows 7 Operating System or newer ​with the Bedrock IDE pre-installed

>> Basic familiarity with industrial PLC/RTU/DCS Programming and configuration (any brand)

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Upcoming Classes:

Denver, CO

June 20-21, 2017


Dallas, TX

Dates TBD


Houston, TX 

Dates TBD

>  $995.00 per student >>> Introductory Price: $195.00 per student 

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Training: Bedrock IEC-61131-3 FUNDAMENTALS

Bedrock IEC-61131-3 Fundamentals is a two (2) day hands on introduction and overview of the Bedrock Automation Platform and IEC-61131-3 programming utilizing the Bedrock IDE (Integrated Development Environment) Software for programming and configuration.  Students will leave with the ability to install, configure, maintain and perform basic troubleshooting tasks.