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    The JobMaster Mechanical Training Bench presents the principles of power transmission using the same industrial-strength components used in factory environments. Through ten courses covering 63 skills, students work with basic machines, machine statics and dynamics, shafts and keys, bearings, belt drives, chain drives, speed reducers, electric brakes and gear drives. In ME06, chain drives are covered. 

    Cat. Number 77-ME06-0001

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    The Pneumatics Technology 1 module introduces the principles of pneumatics and pneumatically controlled systems commonly used in automated manufacturing environments.

    This module features pneumatic simulation software that allows you to create, modify, operate and observe simulated industrial grade pneumatic and electro-pneumatic devices and circuits. You connect different components, change physical parameters and observe system responses.

    The module emphasizes basic skills in operating simulation software and industrial components. This module also includes applied science experiments to demonstrate the physical principles of air power.

    Catalog number: 77-8070-0010
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    The Pneumatics Technology 2 module introduces students to advanced principles and components of pneumatics and pneumatically controlled systems commonly used in automated manufacturing environments. Students are also introduced to timing diagrams and the logic functions AND and OR, and implement them in pneumatic circuits.

    Students create, modify, operate and observe simulated pneumatic devices and circuits. Students test and troubleshoot pneumatic circuits by connecting components, changing physical parameters and observing system responses. The module focuses on pneumatics circuits and industrial applications.


    Catalog number: 77-8070-0020

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    This module is the third in the series of Pneumatics Technology modules, which enable students to grasp the fundamentals of pneumatic and electro-pneumatic controlled systems (pneumatic systems controlled electrically) commonly used in modern automated manufacturing environments. Virtual and hands-on activities challenge students to design and build pneumatic circuits with simulation software and actual components. In this module, students are exposed to the function and operation of electric/electro-pneumatic components such as switches, relays, timers, electrical push buttons, solenoid operated valves and proximity sensors. Using graphic simulations and animations, students create, modify, operate and observe simulated pneumatic and electro-pneumatic devices and circuits. Students connect different components, change physical parameters and observe system responses.

    Catalog Number: 77-8070-0030

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    The Hydraulics Technology modules introduce students to the principles of hydraulics and the use of fluid power in automated manufacturing environments. In these modules, students use software to create, modify, operate and observe simulated hydraulic and electro-hydraulic devices and circuits. Students also use the hydraulics training panel with a wide assortment of industrial grade hydraulic components.

    Students connect components on the panel in order to control a variety of typical industrial hydraulic applications. Students connect different components, change physical parameters and observe system responses. The combination of software and industrial equipment allows students to test and troubleshoot simulated circuits before hardware connections are made.

    In the hydraulics module students design solutions for industrial hydraulic applications with emphasis on real industrial concerns, such as power losses across components, system overheating and optimized hydraulic power. Hydraulics Technology 1 emphasizes the use of simulation software and the design of basic hydraulic circuits. This module also includes applied science experiments to demonstrate the physical principles of fluid power.

    Catalog number: 77-8071-0010
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    The Hydraulics Technology modules introduce students to the principles of hydraulics and the use of fluid power in automated manufacturing environments. In these modules, students use software to create, modify, operate and observe simulated hydraulic and electro-hydraulic devices and circuits. Students also use the hydraulics training panel with a wide assortment of industrial grade hydraulic components.

    Hydraulics Technology 2 focuses on electro-hydraulics, using a computer interface control unit to enable software control and online graphic tracking of the hydraulics panel. Electro-hydraulic systems use electrical circuits to operate hydraulic components.

    Catalog number 77-8071-0020
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    The Hydraulics Technology modules introduce students to the principles of hydraulics and the use of fluid power in automated manufacturing environments. In these modules, students use software to create, modify, operate and observe simulated hydraulic and electro-hydraulic devices and circuits. Students also use a hydraulics training panel with a wide assortment of industrial grade hydraulic components.

    In Hydraulics Technology 3: Advanced Hydraulics and Electro-hydraulics, students are exposed to the function and operation of advanced components and circuits involving switches, relays, timers, electrical push buttons, solenoid operated valves and proximity sensors. In addition, students learn the critical skill of how to connect circuits by reading schematic diagrams.

    Catalog number: 77-8071-0030
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    The PLC Technology 1: Fundamentals of Ladder Logic module is the first in a series of four modules that teach about PLC technology. In this module, students learn how to program and use PLCs in industrial applications that require electrical control. The PLC modules feature powerful PLC simulation control software that allows students to program a PLC and simulate industrial applications.

    The module includes the testing of input and output responses to ladder diagrams students program. 

    PLC Technology 1: Fundamentals of Ladder Logic emphasizes the fundamentals of PLC theory and basic programming.

    Cat No. 77-8220-0010

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    In the PLC Technology 2: Advanced Ladder Logic module, you learn how to program and use PLCs in industrial applications that require electrical control. The PLC modules feature software, which allows you to program a PLC and simulate industrial applications. The module includes the testing of input and output responses to ladder diagrams you have programmed. The combination of graphic simulation software with PLC hardware enables you to test and correct control programs both online and offline.

    PLC Technology 2: Advanced Ladder Logic focuses on advanced PLC programming.
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    77-8220-0020

    Students learn how to program and use PLCs in industrial applications that require electrical control. The PLC modules feature software that allows students to program a PLC and simulate industrial applications. The module includes the testing of input and output responses to ladder diagrams programmed by students.

    In PLC Technology 3: PLC-Controlled Pneumatic Systems, students learn how to control pneumatic systems using a PLC. Basic pneumatic terminology is introduced and explained, and the student simulates the operation of pneumatic components.
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    Catalog number: 77-8220-0030

    In PLC Technology 4: PLC-Controlled Hydraulic Systems, students learn how to control hydraulic systems using a PLC. Basic hydraulic terminology is introduced and explained, and the student simulates the operation of hydraulic components.
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    Catalog Number: 77-8220-0040

    This 6-hour course is designed for students who already have knowledge in basic PLC programming. The supplement introduces the students to the Siemens PLC system with the S7-1200 hardware and STEP 7 TIA Portal software. 

    Cat. number: 77-8210-0050 


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    The PLC Technology 1: Fundamentals of Ladder Logic module is the first in a series of four modules that teach about PLC technology. In this module, students learn how to program and use PLCs in industrial applications that require electrical control. The PLC modules feature powerful PLC simulation control software that allows students to program a PLC and simulate industrial applications.

    The module includes the testing of input and output responses to ladder diagrams students program. The combination of graphic simulation software with PLC virtual hardware enables students to test and correct control programs both online and offline.

    PLC Technology 1: Fundamentals of Ladder Logic emphasizes the fundamentals of PLC theory and basic programming.
    [Ver: 1.0.0.1]

    In the PLC Technology 2: Advanced Ladder Logic module, you learn how to program and use PLCs in industrial applications that require electrical control. The PLC modules feature software, which allows you to program a PLC and simulate industrial applications. The module includes the testing of input and output responses to ladder diagrams you have programmed. The combination of graphic simulation software with PLC hardware enables you to test and correct control programs both online and offline.

    PLC Technology 2: Advanced Ladder Logic focuses on advanced PLC programming.
    [Ver: 1.0.0.0]

    77-8210-0020

    Students learn how to program and use PLCs in industrial applications that require electrical control. The PLC modules feature software, which allows students to program a PLC and simulate industrial applications. The module includes the testing of input and output responses to ladder diagrams programmed by students. The combination of graphic simulation software with PLC virtual hardware enables students to test and correct control programs both online and offline.

    In PLC Technology 3: PLC-Controlled Pneumatic Systems, students learn how to control pneumatic systems using a PLC. Basic pneumatic terminology is introduced and explained, and the student simulates the operation of pneumatic components.
    [Ver: 1.0.0.1]

    Catalog number: 77-8210-0030

    Students learn how to program and use PLCs in industrial applications that require electrical control. The PLC modules feature software, which allows students to program a PLC and simulate industrial applications. The module includes the testing of input and output responses to ladder diagrams programmed by students. The combination of graphic simulation software with PLC virtual hardware enables students to test and correct control programs both online and offline.

    In PLC Technology 4: PLC-Controlled Hydraulic Systems, students learn how to control hydraulic systems using a PLC. Basic hydraulic terminology is introduced and explained, and the student simulates the operation of hydraulic components.
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    Catalog Number: 77-8210-0040

    The PLC Technology with the Allen-Bradley CompactLogix is a four-course series focusing on the foundational building blocks that are required to understand how PLCs work and how they are programmed. The courses feature hardware and software used in the automation industry: Rockwell’s Allen-Bradley CompactLogix 5380 controller and the Studio 5000 Logix Designer PLC programming package. 

    The fourth course in the series focuses on PLC communication, the Allen-Bradley Human Machine Interface (HMI), and various advanced programming concepts and techniques. The course also includes a number of PLC programming projects.

    Catalog number: 77-8230-0040

    Version: 1.1.0.0

    The PLC Technology with the Allen-Bradley CompactLogix is a four-course series focusing on the foundational building blocks that are required to understand how PLCs work and how they are programmed. The courses feature hardware and software used in the automation industry: Rockwell’s Allen-Bradley CompactLogix 5380 PLC and the Studio 5000 Logix Designer PLC programming package. 

    The first course in the series emphasizes the basics of PLC theory and essential ladder logic programming concepts. The course concludes with a series of PLC programming projects. 


    Catalog Number 77-8230-0010

    Version 1.1.1.0

    The PLC Technology with the Allen-Bradley CompactLogix is a four-course series focusing on the foundational building blocks that are required to understand how PLCs work and how they are programmed. The courses feature hardware and software used in the automation industry: Rockwell’s Allen-Bradley CompactLogix 5380 controller and the Studio 5000 Logix Designer PLC programming package. 

    The second course in the series focuses on PLC memory, timers, counters, and important bit instructions. The course also includes a number of PLC programming projects.

    Catalog number: 77-8230-0020

    Version: 1.1.0.0

    The PLC Technology with the Allen-Bradley CompactLogix is a four-course series focusing on the foundational building blocks that are required to understand how PLCs work and how they are programmed. The courses feature hardware and software used in the automation industry: Rockwell’s Allen-Bradley CompactLogix 5380 controller and the Studio 5000 Logix Designer PLC programming package. 

    The third course in the series focuses on ladder diagram comparison and mathematical instructions. The course also includes a number of PLC programming projects.

    Catalog number: 77-8230-0030

    Version: 1.1.0.0

    The Sensor Technology module introduces students to the use and applications of sensor technology in manufacturing processes. In the Sensor Technology module, the student designs and assembles basic control circuits, to activate and control both analog and digital sensors on a training panel in various configurations.

    Students experiment with a variety of elements for triggering the sensors, such as a light source, a light filter, an optic fiber cable, magnets, an air pump, and aluminum, iron, wood, and plastic blocks. Students connect different components, change physical parameters and measure sensor response.

    Cat. Number 77-8012-0000
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    The Machine Vision and Quality Control lab course uses a Cognex Vision Sensor and Cognex In-Sight Explorer software with the embedded image processing engine in the camera. Students learn to operate and program the technology and connect cameras and computers to provide the image interpretation and visual feedback needed for vision systems. The curriculum provides instruction on the use and setup of the Cognex digital color camera and integration of the vision system into quality control and manufacturing processes.

    Catalog Number: 77-8087-0000

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    Machine Vision and Quality Control (Lab Course #2) with the Cognex In-Sight 2000 builds on the content of the first lab course and emphasizes vision systems in automated production lines and the vision software tools that aid in the inspection of parts, products, and packaging. 

    Catalog number:77-8089-0000


    Version: 1.0.1.0

    The virtual Machine Vision and Quality Control course uses Cognex In-Sight Explorer software to teach machine vision concepts. Students learn to operate and program the technology and connect emulated cameras to provide the image interpretation and visual feedback needed for vision systems.


    Catalog number: 77-3030-0000

    Version: 1.0.0.0

    Automatic identification systems enable direct entry of data into a computer system, programmable logic controller (PLC) or other microprocessor-controlled device without using a keyboard. AutoID technologies provide a quick, accurate and cost-effective way to track items, collect and enter data, and encode a wide range of information, from a simple detail to comprehensive statistics about an item or person.

    In the Automatic Identification Systems module, students are introduced to the most popular AutoID technologies: bar codes, magnetic stripe cards, smart cards, biometric technologies and radio frequency (RF). Students observe how different automatic identification technologies offer different solutions to data collection and storage problems. Students determine the advantages/disadvantages, features and typical applications of each technology.

    Cat. Number 77-3051-0000
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