Schulung Industrial Networking mit IO-Link
Schulung Industrial Networking mit IO-Link

This course is designed to introduce participants to the basic functionality, capabilities, operating principles, and benefits of IO-Link. Participants will configure IO-Link devices including master devices and expansion devices. Learn how to use IO-Link to make analog, digital, and transducer data available to an existing fieldbus network.

Structure of the Course

The IO-Link course uses a hands-on approach. Each pair of participants will share a personal computer equipped with the software needed for the class. Each pair of students will also share a workstation with an Allen-Bradley controller, an IO-Link master, several IO-Link devices, and all the necessary media and power supplies.

Course Content

  • IO-Link overview
  • Configuring and using an IO-Link master
  • Using Add-On Instructions, User-Defined Data Types and Tags
  • SmartLight overview and configuration
  • Using an IO-Link BTL
  • Using a valve manifold
  • Using an analog input and output
  • Using an expansion hub
  • Using an IO-Link power supply
  • Using a pressure sensor
  • Using Balluff inductive couplers (BIC)
  • Parameterization

Target Audience

Engineers and integrators or anyone interested in IO-Link technology




3 days

Upcoming dates and locations

Event location

Balluff, Inc.
North American Training Center
7055 Industrial Rd
Florence, KY 41042


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Please sign up promptly. In order to ensure the safety of our registrants, we will follow all current COVID-19 safety protocols. In addition, the class size will be limited to five candidates per class in accordance with social distancing practices. The minimum number of participants is 4 people.