PLC Programming Training (Video Sessions)

PLC Programming Training (Video Sessions)

PLC and Ladder (LAD) Logic Diagram

A Programmable Logic Controller – PLC, also known as programmable controller, is the name given to a type of computer commonly used in commercial and industrial control applications. PLCs can differ from office computers in the types of tasks that they perform and the hardware and software they require to perform these tasks.

All PLCs monitor inputs and other variable values, make decisions based on a stored program, and control outputs to automate a process or machine.

This PLC Programming Training consist of various video sessions collected from Youtube.

PLC e-Learning Sessions

No.Video nameWatch
1 //Session 1 – Introduction to PLC and PLC Wiring New
Session 2 – How PLC Ladder Logic Programming Works New
Session 3 – Introduction to PLC Trainer Device and PLC Software New
Session 4 – Fundamental Commands of PLC New
2 //How To Program a PLC – Basic Level 1 New
How To Program a PLC – Basic Level 2 New
How To Program a PLC – Basic Level 3 New
How To Program a PLC – Basic Level 4 New
How To Program a PLC – Basic Level 5 New
How To Program a PLC – Basic Level 6 New
3 //PLC Lecture 01 – Introduction to Relays and Industrial Control New
PLC Lecture 02 – Number Systems New
PLC Lecture 03 – Relay Coils to Bits in Memory New
PLC Lecture 04 – Evolution of the Control System New
PLC Lecture 05 – Computer Control New
PLC Lecture 06 – I/O Scan, Saga of Pencil and the Paychecks New
PLC Lecture 07 – PLC Hardware New
PLC Lecture 08 – The Original Rack of Memory PLC2 PLC5 New
PLC Lecture 09 – Memory Mapping RSLogix500 SLC500 Micrologix New
PLC Lecture 10 – I/O Structures RSLogix500 SLC500 Micrologix New
PLC Lecture 11 – IO and the Memory, RSLogix500 SLC500 Micrologix New
PLC Lecture 12 – Data Files vs Program Files – Sinking Sourcing New

Allen-Bradley PLC Training Videos (AB PLC Training)

No.Video nameWatch
1Problem: Mistakes and Misconceptions
2Basic Inputs and Outputs
3Introducing the PLC Processor
4Fundamentals of the Scan Sequence
5Understanding Bits and Instructions
6Basic Instruction XIC
7Basic Instruction OTE
8Basic Instruction XIO
9Solution: Step-by-Step Analysis
10Which Rung Wins?
11Retentive Instructions OTL and OTU

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  1. Jose Stosl
    Jan 21, 2015

    i would like to learn PLC programming,
    and HMI programming.
    about in which price range is it.
    how long will take the courses. and where will it be.

    thank you

  2. PRS Jayasekara
    Dec 28, 2014

    Under the title of “Learn PLC and Ladder Diagram” those video links don’t work. I like to learn PLC programme and technics by self studying, I’m poor engineer so I don’t have money to spend for learning new thing regarding to my field. Please be kindly let me know is there any free resources available for beginners. I have already flowed “” on-line tutorials too.

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