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Creating HMI/SCADA Industrial Applications Using Microsoft Access Spiral-bound – May 1, 1999
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From the Publisher
Jeff Weigant writes books, articles, and travels the US conducting training seminars on the subject of Creating HMI/SCADA Applications using Visual Basic and Visual Basic for Applications embedded in Microsoft Office products. Jeff is being held responsible for "letting the cat out of the bag" by broadcasting the alternative to costly proprietary software that runs up the cost of goods produced. When Jeff is not in the classroom, he can be found on the nearest golf course.
About the Author
Jeff Weigant has been teaching industrial skills for over 14 years. Jeff has taught Allen Bradley and GE PLC programming in industry, trade schools and in his own business, IndustrialVB. Jeff has spent his whole career around industrial electronics in a variety of settings, from military, to naval/marine electronics, to industrial automated manufacturing systems.
Some of the languages Jeff has worked with and taught include: AB6200 Series PLC5, AB APS 500, ICOM SLC500 & PLC5, RS500, Panel Builder 550 & 900, AB GML, GE Series 90-30/90-70 PLC, and GE Fanuc Cimplicity. Jeff has also written student worbooks for PLC's, Variable Frequency Drives(VFD's), and other Human Machine Interface(HMI) courses.
When Jeff is not enjoying time with his wife, he can be found on the golf course.
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