Free PLC/HMI Programming Webinar

//Free PLC/HMI Programming Webinar

Free PLC/HMI Programming Webinar

Unitronics is offering free web-based training on their PLCs and HMIs

Unitronics has three webinar training sessions scheduled in the next month or so. Each one covers a different topic and should be very helpful as you learn to navigate the VisiLogic programming environment. Perhaps you’re planning to start a project with the new Vision 560 (V560) but you could use a little help getting started on the programming.


This is really a great opportunity because there is no cost and you don’t need to travel anywhere.

3 Sessions are scheduled:

December 01, 2010 @ 11:00 a.m. EST – Getting Started with VisiLogic (Beginner level)

December 08, 2010 @ 11:00 a.m. EST – Everything TCP/IP (Advanced level)

December 15, 2010 @ 11:00 a.m. EST – Timers, HMI Jumps & More (Beginner Level)

Contact us to reserve your space.

You will need a computer (obviously), microphone and speakers/headset for the webinars. Also, be sure to have downloaded and installed the VisiLogic software before logging in.


Color touch-screen training

Learn the basics and advanced techniques for programming the Vision series color touch screens. This will help you with the V350, V560, V570 and the soon-to-be-released V1040.

PLC ladder logic training

Learn the basics including bits, integers, timers, math and simple function blocks.

HMI navigation

Learn how to handle HMI jumps and trigger display changes at the appropriate times.


Learn how to connect a vision controller (including V120, V130, V350, V280, V290, V560, V570 & V1040) over TCP/IP and Ethernet.

Of course, AMPS can always help you with your Unitronics programming projects. Our engineers have a great deal of experience with VisiLogic in many areas of industry.

If programming isn’t your thing, you can let us handle that aspect of your control system design and you can work on something else. We’re here to help. Just let us know what we can do.

By |2018-01-20T18:02:46-04:00November 9th, 2010|Industry News|