XRC C.I/O Ladder Programming
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This module is a 3.0-day training class. Classes are held throughout the year, on average of once per quarter, but typically close out 60-90 days in advance.
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The XRC Ladder Programming module is a course in programming the USER PART of the XRC Concurrent I/O ladder. Users learn to customize the operation of XRC Input/Output functions. Individuals responsible for advanced programming and/or maintenance should attend. The XRC Basic Programming Module is a prerequisite, and XRC Advanced Programming and/or XRC Maintenance is highly recommended.
Students learn to customize operations of the XRC 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 interference zones
- I/O controlling parameters
Classroom lectures on programming procedures are reinforced with demonstrations and actual hands-on programming by the students. Class size is kept small, typically 12 students or less. More interaction with Motoman instructors allows students to grasp the concepts of robot/controller Concurrent I/O ladder operations.
Students receive a copy of the XRC 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 bring up specific application issues.
XRC Basic Programming
Please note that this is a special class scheduled to convene on Wednesday (JUN 1) thru Friday (JUN 3) starting at 8:30am to 4:30pm each day.