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Elecman2000

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I need a simulation program for PLC's ,,, PLC units are available only in the lap,, i want to try at home , any suggestions ?
 

KMoffett

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Since PLC programming varies form company to company which PLC are you using?

Ken
 

Jaguarjoe

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Everybody's PLC is different from everybody else's. If you have a particular brand of PLC where you work and you want to get good with it, stick with that PLC's vendor supplied stuff ($$$$$$$). You may find some real good software deals on eBay but beware of pirated copies. I can name 2 electricians that sold bootleg Allen Bradley software on eBay and got severely blistered for it when A-B caught them.
What has always worked best for my guys was a shop built trainer that could be used for learning/immagineering.
 

KMoffett

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Have you contacted the company to see if they can provide a simulator with a limited use license?

Ken
 
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