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Smart Factory RFID Learning Systems | 87-RF1AB53B & 87-RF1S715

Model Name: Smart Factory RFID Learning Systems

Model Number: 87-RF1AB53B & 87-RF1S715

Learning Topics

  • RFID System Operation
  • Types of RFID Tags
  • RFID System Programming
  • Operation and Configuration of an I/O-Link Master in a PLC Project
  • RFID Function Block Instructions

Amatrol’s Smart Factory RFID Learning Systems come in both Allen-Bradley and Siemens versions:

  • Allen-Bradley: Smart Factory Mechatronics RF Identification Learning System – AB CompactLogix L16 (87-RF1AB53B)
  • Siemens: Smart Factory RF Identification Learning System – Siemens S7-1500 (87-RF1S715)

These systems teach programming and operation of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems and communications between connected automated devices in a Smart Factory environment.

The Smart Factory RFID training systems feature real-world equipment learners will encounter on the job, including an RFID read/write module with an RFID tag and parts set. The systems combine hands-on skills practice with in-depth multimedia curriculum for a well-rounded learning experience that will prepare learners to make an immediate impact in the technologically-advanced Smart Factory environments of the present and future.

Study Smart Factory Components and Practice on Real-World Equipment

Amatrol’s Smart Factory RFID training systems teach learners essential skills using industrial-quality equipment they’ll use in the workplace. For example, learners will gain valuable hands-on experience with an RFID read/write module with an RFID tag and parts set. Using this real-world equipment, learners will practice specific skills, such as designing a PLC project that uses an RFID function block instruction.

Learn Industry-Applicable RFID System Skills

Amatrol’s comprehensive curriculum covers a wide variety of important RFID system skills. For example, learners will study RFID systems, the types of RFID tags, and how to operate an I/O-Link Master. Additional skills and topics include configuring an I/O-Link Master in a PLC project and designing a PLC project that uses an RFID system to sort parts.

Engaging, Highly-Interactive Multimedia

Amatrol’s curriculum features a highly-interactive, multimedia format that includes stunning 3D graphics and videos, voiceovers of all text, and interactive quizzes and exercises designed to appeal to learners with different learning styles. The combination of theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills solidifies understanding and creates a strong basis for pursuing more advanced skills.

Key Features

  • Available in Allen-Bradley and Siemens Versions
  • Features Real-World Components, including an RFID read/write module with an RFID tag and parts set
  • In-Depth, Comprehensive Multimedia Curriculum
  • Teaches Critical Network Communications Skills in a Smart Factory Environment

Product Options

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Additional Requirements

  • Amatrol Smart Factory Start-Up Services (90-START4.2)
  • Computer: See Requirements
  • One (1) Mechatronics Learning System (870-AB53A or 870-S715) per Station
  • One (1) Smart Factory Network Communications Learning System (87-ENAB53B or 87-ENS715)
  • One (1) Smart Factory Sensor Learning System (87-SN series)
  • One (1) of the Following Configurations:
  • (A) One (1) Mechatronics Orientation-Processing Station (87-MS3) AND One (1) Mechatronics Sorting-Buffering Station (87-MS4); OR
  • (B) One (1) Mechatronics Orientation-Processing Station (87-MS3), One (1) Mechatronics Sorting-Buffering Station (87-MS4), AND One (1) Mechatronics Servo Robotic Assembly Station - Pegasus II (87-MS5-P2); OR
  • (C) One (1) Mechatronics Torque Assembly Station (87-MS6) AND One (1) Mechatronics Inventory Storage Station (87-MS7)

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