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Mitsubishi FX and Q Series PLC Training


  • Mitsubishi PLCs (3 Day) Training Course

    The Mitsubishi PLCs (3 Day) Training Course aims to provide engineers and maintenance technicians with a basic understanding of a PLC operation in a process control environment.

    Learners will gain knowledge in the hardware structure of a PLC and how it operates in the field using inputs and outputs.

    Learners will have access to a PLC simulator where exercises will require them to develop software, download, debug and fault-find.

    Software programming will include inputs, outputs, timers, counters etc.

    Course prerequisites:

    • A basic ability to use a Windows laptop, keyboard and mouse
    • The ability to open and close programs
    • The ability to drag, drop, copy and paste items
    • A basic understanding of electrical components such as switches and solenoids would be useful


  • Advanced Mitsubishi FX and Q Series PLC (5 Day) Training Course

    Based around the Mitsubishi GX Works and GX Developer software, the course covers the advanced features of current Mitsubishi PLC products including Mitsubishi FX and Q Series PLCs and provides the learners with advanced programming skills. Concentrating on the applied instruction set, delegates will be able to use the mathematical functions, displaying results and interfacing with analogue units and HMIs. Delegates will be given many practical exercises to solve using bespoke training equipment. Delegates will also be introduced to HMI software and communication protocols. The course will cover number formats, bits, bytes, words, double words, binary, HEX, octal, floating point and integer.

    Course prerequisites:

    • The course does not cover the content in the Introduction to PLCs training course so a basic understanding of PLCs and electrical principles and number bases would be preferred
    • A basic ability to use a Windows laptop, keyboard and mouse
    • The ability to open and close programs
    • The ability to drag, drop, copy and paste items
    • A basic understanding of electrical components such as switches and solenoids would be useful