Programming with EDS - Webinar
AMCI Webinar Explains EtherNet/IP Programming Using EDS Files
Advanced Micro Controls Inc. (AMCI) recently created an educational webinar demonstrating the process of programming AMCI's EtherNet/IP motion control products using EDS files. You'll see how much easier it is to add and program EtherNet/IP products when using EDS files, and some short cuts that this simplified approach provides.
Topics Covered in the Webinar Include: Adding an AMCI networked device as a generic device Installing the EDS file Adding an AMCI networked device using an EDS file Changing the device configuration Tag ...
Topics Covered in the Webinar Include:
- Adding an AMCI networked device as a generic device
- Installing the EDS file
- Adding an AMCI networked device using an EDS file
- Changing the device configuration
- Tag structure using the EDS file
- Creating a motion command
To view the pre-recorded webinar, go to: https://www.amci.com/industrial-automation-resources/videos/webinars/#programming-eds
The webinar was presented by Matt Tellier.
Matt Tellier is the Motion Control Product Manager at Advanced Micro Controls Inc (AMCI) where he has been selling and supporting PLC-based automation controls for over 20 years. His industry experience spans Sales Engineering, Application Support, Programming, and Product Management/Marketing - he provides the voice of the customer. In addition to his Stepper Motion Control expertise, he has years of experience with Position Sensing technology and Specialty I/O. Matt holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Connecticut.
About Advanced Micro Controls Inc.
Founded in 1985, Advanced Micro Controls, Inc. (AMCI) is a leading U.S. based manufacturer with a global presence. AMCI industrial control products improve PLC-based automation systems with specialized position sensing and motion control technology that simplifies automation and adds reliability to manufacturing processes. AMCI designs and manufactures all of their products, enabling superior quality and innovation. The company provides 24/7 technical support staff, ready to answer questions about installation, configuration and operation of all AMCI products.
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Published by Advanced Micro Controls on 7 Nov 2016
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