• Connected Components Workbench Programming eLearning

Connected Components Workbench Programming eLearning

Course Purpose

This course (CMP100-EL) provides you with the skills needed to add devices and program application code using Connected Components Workbench™ software. You will also be introduced to component-level devices such as:

  • PanelView™ 800 graphic terminals
  • PowerFlex® 525 drives
  • Guardmaster® 440C-CR30 safety relays
  • Application code will be created using ladder diagram, structured text, and function block diagram. An overview of user-defined function blocks will also be provided.

Objectives

After completing this course, students should be able to perform the following tasks:

  • Starting a Project in Connected Components Workbench Software
  • Adding Devices to a Connected Components Workbench Project
  • Adding Micro800 Ladder Logic and Structured Text Code to a Connected Components Workbench Project
  • Adding Micro800 Function Block Code to a Connected Components Workbench Project
  • Testing a Connected Components Workbench Project Using the Micro800 Simulator
  • Modifying Micro800 Code in a Connected Components Workbench Project
  • Developing PanelView 800 Applications Using Connected Components Workbench Software
  • Configuring a PowerFlex Drive Using Connected Components Workbench Software
  • Configuring a Guardmaster 440C-CR30 Safety Relay Using Connected Components

Job Aids Included

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  • CMP100-EL


    who should attend?
    This course is intended for individuals responsible for programming and working with the Micro800™ family of controllers, PanelView 800 HMI, and/or any supported Rockwell Automation® PowerFlex drives.
    pre-requisites

    To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

    Ability to perform basic Microsoft Windows tasks Prior exposure to programmable controller languages and industrial automation devices