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Basic PLC Configuration and Programming Training

March 4 - March 7

$300

Course Overview

The course starts by a review of industrial control systems before focusing on the PLC. It will then concentrate on the PLC configuration and operation. PLC hardware is dealt with to some extend for participants to be able to do wiring and understand some essential internal input and output PLC circuitry. Ladder logic, LD, as the programming platform using XG500 software will be covered in detail. Simulation using XG5000 and debugging is well covered as part of practical work. Participants will work on projects at the end of the training.

 

Course Objectives

After the course participant should be able to:

  • Describe the PLC, distributed control systems(DCS) and the SCADA as different industrial control systems

  • Describe the PLC architecture

  • Configure a plc

  • Program a PLC using ladder logic

  • Simulate and load project programs on the PLC to drive real world outputs.

 

Course content

    1. Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers

  • Industrial control systems

  • Distributed control systems

  • SCADA

  • PLC

  1. PLC hardware.

  • PLC hardware configuration

  • Input modules

  • Output module

  1. Ladder Logic Programming.

  • LD power lines and connection symbols

  • Standard contact and coil symbols

  • Functions and Function blocks

  1. Introduction to XG5000

  • Addressing

  • Ladder Logic Program Examples

  • Simple Start/Stop Ladder Logic Relay

  • Ladder Logic Examples with functions blocks

  • PLC Program Example with Off Delay Timer

  • Ladder Diagram for Motor Control

Practical Exercise

  • PLC Program Examples From The Real World

Benefits of training to participants

 

After the 3-days training the participants should be able to:

  • Write and compile new programs using Ladder logic.

  • Modify various existing programs.

  • Simulate a number of programmes

  • Load the program into the PLC

  • Carry out PLC based projects.

Details

Start:
March 4
End:
March 7
Cost:
$300
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