Location
1616 W Main St
Sedalia, Missouri 65301
Cost
One Day: $625 | Both Days: $950
Includes Lunch
Date & Time
Wed, Aug 28 - Wed, Aug 28
08:00 AM - 03:00 PM
About this event
Do you or your employees need to expand your knowledge of sensors? 

Register for SMC's Level 1 Sensors course to learn about basic sensors and take the first step in knowledge application. Attendees will learn the differences between inductive and capacitive proximity switches, as well as the basic sensing modes of photoelectrics.

This seminar is set up in an open-learning environment. Do you have a difficult sensor application that you need help with? Bring it with you and we'll work through the best solution to fit your needs.

Please register before August 7, 2024.

Thursday, August 29 -  Level 2 Sensors: Covering the advanced usage of items such as lasers, ultrasonic analog, background/foreground suppression, each attendee will take that next step in knowledge application of proximity switches and photoelectric. 
Prerequisites
To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required: -
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Speakers & Coordinators
Featured Speakers
Mike Hammerly
Mike Hammerly
SMC Industrial Controls Specialist
SMC Coordinators
Ashli Anderson
aanderson@smcelectric.com | 660.827.5377
Course Agenda
 


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