PLC Programming & Applications
Certified for 3 CPD Points (ECSA).
26 - 28 January 2022
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Public R12, 999.00
Online R6, 999.00
Online R6, 999.00
This course focuses on understanding PLCs; how they work, terminology, and the hardware and software elements of a PLC. Students will learn a systematic approach to troubleshooting; how to set up and configure local, remote, hierarchical, and distributive control systems; how to configure Input/Output modules; how to understand program and data table file organization, number systems, and processor information flow and how basic relay type instructions, timers and counters, and data manipulation instructions can be used to achieve PLC solutions.
It is designed to help maintenance technicians, electricians and others modify and write common PLC programs on their own. It will provide students the comfort and confidence they need to edit or create new PLC solutions for their specific work applications. It will make vendor-specific PLC programming manuals understandable
Who Should Attend:
- PLC Engineering And Design Personnel.
- Electrical Maintenance And Technical Services Personnel.
- Electrical Engineering And Design Personnel.
- Process And Operations Personnel.
- Technical And Process Managers.
- Electrical Consulting Engineers.
- Electrical Contractors.
- Input Interfaces
- Output Interfaces
- Power Supplies.
- Programming Terminals.
- Field Wiring
- Master Control Relay
- Isolation Transformers
- Organization and Function of Ladder
- Logic Ladder Logic Data Table Organization
- Numbering Systems
- Data Table Files
- Bit, Word, and File Addressing
- Introduction to Programming
- Common PLC & PID Instructions
- Basic Relay
- Counters and Timers
- Data Transfer
- Subroutine Files
- Selectable Timed Interrupt (STI) Files
- Jumps and MCR Instructions
- Fault Routines
- Forcing of Input Data Table & Output Devices
- Identifying I/O Field Device and Module Faults
- Using the Data Monitor Screen
- Using the Processor Status and I/O Status Screen
- The “Ultimate PLC Troubleshooting Flowchart”
- Using Troubleshooting and Software Tools
- Input and Output Data Table
- Program Scan
- Input and Output
- Hardware (Rack/Slot/Screw)
- Software (File/Word/Bit)
- Addressing Examples
- LogixPro Garage Door Simulation
- Motor Control Circuit
- Latching Outputs
- Copy & Paste Errors
- Incorrect Addressing
- Duplicate Destructive Bits
- Series Circuit vs. AND Statement
- Parallel Circuit vs. OR Statement
- Schematic Exercises
- Timer On and Off Delay
- Retentive, Cascading, and Self Resetting Timers
- LogixPro Traffic Light Simulation
- EQU, NEQ, LES, GRT, LEQ, GEQ, LIM
- Master Control Reset
- Jump to Subroutine
- Introduction to Source & Destination
- Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide, SQR, Clear & Trig
- Convert to BCD (TOD) & Compute (CPT)
- Count Up, Count Down, Reset
- LogixPro Batch Simulation
End of the workshop
IN HOUSE AND ONLINE TRAINING
While both In-House and Online training can present with cost-effectiveness and time-efficacy, there are some very specific differences between in-house courses and those based online.
The demand for additional courses by individuals or groups of people is increasing. Still, it depends entirely on the preferences of a person what type of training he or she wants to receive. Online courses and in-house training carry some similarities but they are considered to exhibit some very pivotal differences too. Despite that, both types of learning can be really beneficial for attendees.