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 replica devices.

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 an IO-Link master
  • Using IO-Link slave devices
  • Implementing RFID on IO-Link
  • Using a BTL on IO-Link
  • Configuring a SmartLight
  • Using an analog plug on an IO-Link port (with BOD)
  • Using a smart sensor on IO-Link
  • Using a valve manifold on IO-Link
  • Using BIC (Balluff inductive couplers) on IO-Link
  • Using parameterization

Target Audience

Engineers and integrators

Prerequisites

None

Duration

3 days

 

Upcoming dates

  • April 16th to 18th, 2019

Order Number and Price

BSS EDU-I-250-001
$1500 per individual

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Event location

Balluff, Inc.
North American Training Center
8125 Holton Dr
Florence, KY 41042

 

Route planner

Please sign up promptly. The number of participants is limited to 10 people. The minimum number of participants is 4 people.