Training workstations allow for hands-on, self-paced instruction. Select a standard workstation or customize your own to fit your needs.
Standard workstations include drives, HMI, I/O systems, motion control, and more.
To purchase training products or to learn more about our training solutions, contact your local sales office or distributor.
Simulate common components of an AADvance® Control System, which includes redundant controllers, I/O modules, and switches.
This two-part unit introduces students to basic industrial automation with the use of a simple theme-park ride.
Develop and build a solid foundation of CompactLogix™ and automation system knowledge by becoming familiar with a variety of automation hardware and software.
The ControlLogix™ workstation offers a means to simulate the same control schemes running throughout your plant. (10-slot chassis)
The ControlLogix® workstation offers a means to simulate the control schemes that run throughout your plant. (7-slot chassis)
The ControlLogix® workstation offers a means to simulate the same control schemes that run throughout your plant. (7-slot chassis)
Program safety instructions within a GuardLogix® safety task for monitoring safety-circuitry.
Develop and build a solid foundation of Integrated Architecture® and automation system knowledge.
This workstation is a two-axis SERCOS servo system designed to work with existing ControlLogix™ with Motion workstations.
With this workstation and a ControlLogix® workstation you can configure, program, commission, and run Kinetix® 6500 servo drives on an EtherNet/IP network.
Simulate common components of process applications including redundant controllers and switches, remote I/O, an EtherNet/IP MCC, and an operator workstation.
This workstation provides a flexible package of power, control and operator interface options to meet the demands for space, flexibility, and simulation reliability.
This workstation provides a flexible package of power, control, and operator interface options to meet the demands for space, flexibility, and simulation reliability.
Manually configure safety relays and input devices in a relay-based safety system.