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Mechatronics HMI Terminal Learning System for AB CompactLogix L32 PLC

Model Name: Mechatronics HMI Terminal Learning System for AB CompactLogix L32 PLC

Model Number: 87-HMIAB53

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Amatrol’s Mechatronics HMI Terminal Learning System – AB CompactLogix L32 (87-HMIAB53) teaches how to use human machine interface (HMI) to control and monitor an automated line. Used in conjunction with two or more of Amatrol’s 870 Mechatronics stations with L32 Allen-Bradley CompactLogix 5300 programmable logic controllers, the 87-HMIAB53 will help current or future machine operators, maintenance technicians, and supervisory personnel understand how HMI provides the user with the ability to control a machine or process as well as view machine or process status.

The 87-HMIAB53 includes a PanelView HMI with a 6” screen, an HMI terminal module, an EtherNet cable, and a workstation pedestal mounting module. This system also includes an instructor’s guide, an installation guide, and curriculum loaded with HMI topics and hands-on skills.

Amatrol Provides HMI Training for Real-World Applications

Flexible and feature rich, HMI panels provide all of the same functions as traditional-hardwired operator inputs and outputs and more. HMI panels are used in practically all mechatronics control and/or monitoring applications and are replacing the hard-wired panels controlling these machines and processes in industries all around the world. Amatrol is dedicated to keeping up with the latest technology to ensure that members of the workforce possess up-to-date skills to make them more valuable and to satisfy any available positions for industry where a workforce skill gap begins producing unfulfi lled opportunities. The 87-HMIAB53 is one example of how Amatrol closes those skill gaps and helps to keep jobs filled.

World-Class HMI Curriculum and Hands-On Skills

Amatrol creates curriculum with a conscious intent to seamlessly weave theoretical knowledge with hands-on skills in order to further ingrain each into a learner’s mind. The 87-HMIAB53’s curriculum is no different. With stunning depth and breadth, this learning system covers the construction, component identification, and operation of an HMI panel and then expands to topics such as discussing communication formats, methods used to transfer HMI projects, classifications of screen objects, and functions of input and output objects. After studying these topics, learners will then practice hands-on skills such as configuring the communications settings, connecting the HMI to a network, transferring an integrated project, and operating an HMI panel.

Amatrol’s World-Class Mechatronics

The 87-HMIAB53 can be affixed to any of Amatrol’s mechatronics learning systems for HMI control and monitoring. Amatrol’s Mechatronics Learning System brings industrial realism to the classroom and helps to build a broad array of job-ready skills in integrated technologies. Learners can make precision physical adjustments and program the system to assemble a minimum of four different variations of directional control valves.

Student Reference Guide

A sample copy of the Mechatronics HMI Student Reference Guide is also included with the system for your evaluation. Sourced from the system’s multimedia curriculum, the Student Reference Guide takes the entire series’ technical content contained in the learning objectives and combines them into one perfect-bound book. Student Reference Guides supplement this course by providing a condensed, inexpensive reference tool that learners will find invaluable once they finish their training making it the perfect course takeaway.

Key Features

  • Teaches how to use human machine interface (HMI) to control and monitor an automated line
  • Helps current or future machine operators, maintenance technicians, and supervisory personnel
  • Provides HMI Training for Real-World Applications
  • Expands Amatrol's already extensive mechatronics library
  • Depth and breadth of currciulum topics

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