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Programming PLC Using Text Commands - Mnemonic Language

Created by Ashraf Said, Last Updated 26-Dec-2020, Language:English

Programming PLC Using Text Commands - Mnemonic Language

Stop using Lader diagram and SFC and start Programming PLC using short codes in no time without even a computer

Created by Ashraf Said, Last Updated 26-Dec-2020, Language:English

What Will I Get ?

  • Program PLC using Text Commands - Short Codes
  • Create a PLC Control Program using Short Codes
  • Write codes instead of drawing long SFC or Ladder diagrams to create amazing projects
  • Program Any Microcontroller without drawing a single line


  • Basic Knowledge in PLC
  • A Will to apply, not just watch


Welcome to Programming PLC Using Text Commands course.

You will no longer hate programming PLCs.

As most of you know, drawing Ladder logic diagrams or an SFC is not an easy nor simple process, it requires a thorough understanding of Ladder Diagrams and other languages to give the ability to turn your idea into a project that is based on PLC

What if I tell you that now you can program your PLC and make a fully functional project without even a computer. YES, YOU CAN!

Mnemonic Language (Short Simple and Easy to remember codes) will help you unleash your full potential in PLC Programming without even using a computer!

  • That's not all. After coding, This program will give you the ability to view your code. As a result, it will be ready so that you can download it to your PLC.

  • You think this is cool but not yet interested. Well, how about the fact that this software allows you to trace the code line by line and debug the software while your machine operate!

  • This is a course that will help advance in your career and get more options in PLC Programming world.

  • How many people do you know Program PLC Using Text Commands!. Few I'm sure, now you get to be one step ahead of others in your industry

Who this course is for:

  • PLC - Programmable Logic Controller - Geeks
  • People Interested in Industrial Automation
  • Anyone interested in Programming Programmable Logic Controller

Course Content