DX100 Concurrent I/O
using ladder on the pendant
December 16, March 3
This course runs 3.5 days
Who Should Attend
The DX100 Concurrent I/O Programming module is a course in programming the USER PART of the XRC Concurrent I/O ladder. Users learn to customize the operation of DX100 Input/Output functions. Individuals responsible for advanced programming and/or maintenance should attend. The DX100 Basic Programming Module is a prerequisite, and DX100 Advanced Programming and/or DX100 Maintenance is highly recommended.
Classroom lectures on programming procedures are reinforced with demonstrations and actual hands-on programming by the students. Classes are kept small in size, typically 12 or fewer students, in order to promote an interactive, hands-on learning atmosphere. This allows the students to work with each other and Yaskawa Motoman instructors in order to grasp the concepts of concurrent I/O.
Students receive the DX100 Ladder Programming Training manual. Additional handouts and reference materials relate to specific topics covered in this class. Students are urged to take notes, participate in discussions, and to bring up specific application issues.
Students learn to customize operations of the DX100 controller. Primary topics include: - purpose and functionality of Concurrent I/O - Input/Output devices - robot program I/O instructions - overview of XRC I/O hardware - ladder programming instructions - registering I/O names - registering USER alarms and messages - ladder logical relay addressing - defining interface zones - I/O controlling parameters
The DX100 Ladder Programming Module is a 3.5 day course. This course typically closes out 60 days in advance. For information regarding course registration, or other training courses offered by Yaskawa Motoman Robotics Canada, contact our Training Coordinator at (905) 569-MOTO or your Regional Sales Manager.