Omron CS/CJ

Omron CS/CJ

(Modules 1-2)      $1685.00
Duration: 2 days
Audience: Anyone needing to maintain or program a CS/CJ project
Prerequisites: Basic Computer Skills

Course Outline

Module 1

This module takes a fundamental approach to an Omron CS/CJ system. It begins with an overview of the architecture and migrates to an introduction to the CX-Programmer software; the programming environment. Students will receive a basic understanding of a CX-Programmer project, including an introductory look at programs, tasks and sections. This will be followed by the methods to communicate and download the project to a PLC. The essentials of how the hardware interacts with the software will be covered in the memory addressing and I/O configuration lessons. At the end of this module students will be comfortable identifying CS/CJ components and will be able to reload a program into the system.


  1. Hardware Overview
  2. CX-Programmer Overview
  3. Communications
  4. I/O Configuration
  5. Project Basics
  6. Data Memory Layout & Addressing

Module 2

This module introduces students to the core instruction set for the CS/CJ processor. Students will learn how to add and edit the ladder logic. Students will be taught how to monitor the ladder logic for debugging purposes. How the forcing function works is explained along with installing or removing a force in an Omron PLC. Next, timer and counter instructions are discussed and to conclude the module, the techniques involved in documenting a ladder logic program are covered.


  1. Bit Instructions
  2. Editing Logic
  3. Monitoring
  4. Forcing
  5. Timers and Counters
  6. Documentation

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