Training models FAQs

What is the difference between the 9V and 24V training models?

The 9V training models are controlled using fischertechnik TXT controllers. Demo programs for the included TXT controllers are already available and can be individually adapted. Demo programs are created using the fischertechnik ROBOPro software. The C/C++ interface of the TXT controller can also be used as an option.
No controller is included, in contrast, with 24V training models. The software must be self-created for the 24V training models. Another difference is the power supply to the actuators, which is different in the 9V and 24V training models.

How do you connect a PLC controller to the 24V training model?

The 24V training model is connected to the adapter board via terminals. The requirements for the PLC and terminal assignment is indicated in the documentation for the specific training models.

How are the training models delivered?

The models are delivered completely assembled.

Which controllers can be used in conjunction with the 24V models?

Common PLC controllers (e.g. Beckhoff, Rockwel or Siemens) with the required number of inputs and outputs can be used.

In what forms are the training models offered?

The training models are offered in a 24V and 9V version.

Are there SPS programs from fischertechnik for the 24V training model?

Unfortunately there are no SPS programs for the 24V training model from fischertechnik because there are so many different hardware and software solutions in the SPS are we offer the model exclusively without SPS. However, there are example programs for our graphical software ROBOPro, with which the 9V versions of the model are programmed. The program structure can be understood using this program. The free update version of this software is available from the following link:
The example programs are stored in the subfolder Beispielprogramme/Trainingsmodelle.
The educational leaflet on the e-learning Portal also explains how the programs can be used for factory simulation.