Free 3-day seminar on Industrial Ethernet and PLC programming

Mar 14, 2006

WAGO Corporation is offering a FREE 3-day seminar on Industrial Ethernet and PLC programming. Attendees will receive an introduction to the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM hardware, overview of Industrial Ethernet components and protocols, hands on IEC 61131-3 programming session with live demo PLCs, and review/create web services or applications (such as alarm emails, web pages, etc. from the controller) using the  750-841 Ethernet Programmable Controller (link: 750-841 Ethernet PLC).

Time will be made available to discuss a variety of application examples, including any applications presented by the attendees. The seminar will be held at their Germantown, WI - North American headquarters. In addition to providing all course materials, WAGO is also providing for all meals and each attendee will receive a WAGO gift pack.

The first session will be March 27th-29th.  If you can't make these dates or can't get to the location, ask  about regional seminars coming to a city near you). To find out more about this program, sign up online at  Ethernet & PLC Seminar or send our Training Manager an email at info.us@wago.com.

WAGO is the worldwide leader in spring pressure connection technology designed to eliminate loose wires as a result of vibration and temperature cycling, as well as provide a highly reliable, corrosion resistant, and maintenance-free connection.  Our complete line of spring pressure connection products include DIN rail mount terminal blocks, chassis mount terminal blocks, PCB mount terminal blocks, relays, signal conditioners, power supplies, surge suppressors, the WAGO I/O SYSTEM and more.
 
For more information contact WAGO at 1-800-DIN-RAIL, info.us@wago.com, or www.wago.us.

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