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Software PLC Simulation

03/22/2016 9:40 PM

Hi everyone!!!

I want to ask you, how/where I can get Software PLC simulation via internet?

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Re: Sofware PLC simulation

03/22/2016 9:50 PM

Download it.

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03/22/2016 9:55 PM

You'll need to learn how to use the internet first.

How to Search the Internet Effectively | MediaSmarts

FREE: Ladder Logic Editor and Simulator for ... - Tri-PLC

You have a long road ahead of you.

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Re: Sofware PLC simulation

03/23/2016 10:27 PM

Thanks, i got it.

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03/22/2016 10:08 PM

Try looking for SofTware! some spelling prevents the search engines to give you a good result. You'll find it!

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Re: Sofware PLC simulation

03/23/2016 12:45 PM

The original poster wants <...Sofware...> instead, though.

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Re: Sofware PLC simulation

03/23/2016 12:59 AM
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Re: Sofware PLC simulation

03/23/2016 9:50 PM

Try to install and then not succes, error.

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03/23/2016 3:53 AM

The forum has no knowledge of Fitriyadi's skills at internet searching. So the question asked is equivalent to "How long is a piece of string?".

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Re: Sofware PLC simulation

03/23/2016 7:41 AM

So how did she find CR4?

The string is shorter than the whole piece. It should be the shorter piece of the Golden Ratio.

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03/23/2016 4:50 AM
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03/23/2016 10:32 AM

Hey, that's pretty cool. How do you do that lmgtfy thing?

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03/23/2016 12:46 PM
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03/24/2016 9:58 AM

I don't normally join in on anon threads, but the exchange between AP1 and AP2 just now is demanding this of me:

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Re: Software PLC Simulation

03/24/2016 1:59 AM

I haven't tried any of the newer versions I'm still running on 2.0 the software is free for download they have multiple variants which I know nothing about, however when I was using it to program a controller basically in ladder logic it would allow you to run a full simulation. Wonderful software as well as some technical publications on their download page and it free you can't beat the price.

http://www.schneider-electric.com/download/ww/en/results/0/0/8336563-Zelio-Soft/1555684/?showAsIframe=false

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Re: Software PLC Simulation

03/24/2016 12:55 PM

It may be worth getting trained from www.automationdirect.com/ as they have nice training program and also sell low cost PLCs. You need PLC to program and all PLC have some or other variations in programming language even though mainly it is a Ladder Diagram Language or code specific. Simulator will also have limitations.

Simple programs can be learnt on $100 PLC very easily. One must have knowledge of basic elements that are often listed in the user's manual. I learnt PLC programming in just 3 hours in 1988 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic from German Professor Juary Joltan and I did not forget for so long.

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Re: Software PLC Simulation

11/18/2016 11:34 AM

Actually all the replies on "how to Google" show just how internet savvy the people replying really are. To get the worst results in a search engine, type in the full question, you'll miss many of the best results, possibly have to wade through a lot of unrelated results. To narrow your search and make it much more accurate, use quotes.

["PLC simulation software"] will return only pages with that exact phrase. Looking for free sim, try ["PLC simulation software" free] . Even doing that, you (Google) may miss a good one, because the people offering it aren't that great at web page design. So then you could go to forums and ask personal opinion from its members. hopefully they would reply with real relevant experience with simulators, not tell you to google it, but say in addition you can Google it too.

Another example if you Googled ["free PLC simulation software"] you would more likely find blog post, articles, discussions, where writer is informing you of several free PLC simulators you can download. The point, even if you google, don't be discouraged from asking forums like this too, just ignore the unprofessional replies and take to heart the value added replies. Because sometimes people will share their personal experiences with you, or resources that do not show up on the first 3 pages of a search engine. Like ...

https://www.pinterest.com/plcsimulator/

or

http://plctraining.proboards.com/thread/30/logixpro-siemens-plc-simulator-bundle

or

http://bin95.com/Download/index.htm

etc. etc.

If you never asked a forum Fitriyadi, you may have never learned about the above or others like some professionals here replied with.

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