Modern-day manufacturing relies more and more on control and instrumentation to assist in the manufacturing process and understanding the way all the processes work together can be a bit of a “grey” area. Understanding the terminology alone can be confusing, to say the least.
Where exactly do you start, which bit comes first, what goes where and who can you ask for help, more importantly… is the answer you get the correct one?
It can become even more frustrating when considering the right training program for your engineers and support technicians.
However, a solution may be closer to hand than you think…
This course is a groundbreaking first for Opensoft Systems as the course itself has been built from the ground up, not us, but by our customers.

Building on the past success of our adapted and bespoke PLC and SCADA Training Courses and taking note of feedback from our previously trained customers, Opensoft Systems have developed a new and very unique Fundamentals and Basic Digital Electronics Training Course - An Introduction to Digital Electronics and PLCs, which has been developed by engineers for engineers
The course is intended for individuals with little or no knowledge of electrical / electronic engineering who want to gain a better understanding of digital electronic applications. The instructor-led class provides lectures and practical hands-on exercises designed to provide a fundamental understanding of digital electronics. A prequel or prerequisite if you like, for PLC training.

The Course Covers
  • Digital Logic
  • Interfacing
  • Sequential Logic
  • Microprocessors
  • Combinational Logic
  • Synchronous Logic
  • Memory and Storage
  • Introduction to PLCs
  • Applications of Combinational Logic                         
  • Integrated Circuit Technologies  

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The course has a moderate and increasingly challenging but engaging learning curve and is suitable for all levels of engineers, technicians and support staff including Process Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Mechanical Engineers Electrical / Mechanical Technicians and Systems Engineers.