PLC Programmable Controllers
Training course Overview:
The PLC Programmable Controllers course is designed for industrial maintenance personnel, to help them diagnose and repair faults in PLC controlled production equipment. The PLC is a vital element in modern industry and this course provides a solid basis for maintenance personnel to progress in this area.
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Training course outcomes:
When you have completed this course you will be able to:
- Explain the fundamental concepts relevant to Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC).
- Describe the operation of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) system components.
- Produce a PLC program in Ladder Logic.
- Write a PLC program in Function Block Diagram.
- Design, Implement and test Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) programs.
- Switch between Ladder Logic and Instruction List (IL).
- Write a PLC program in Sequential Function Chart (SFC).
- Produce the relevant documentation required to support best practice program development techniques.
- Describe the range of sensors and actuators controlled by the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) 9 Differentiate between NPN & PNP configurations.
- Describe the hazards associated with automated systems (including Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) based.
- Outline relevant safety and health legislation, regulations and codes relevant to work practice.
- Locate and diagnose faults in Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) controlled equipment and systems.
- Interpret schematic diagrams related to Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) controlled equipment and systems.
- Describe best practice in the installation of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) systems.
- Store, Upload and Download programs to the PLC.
- Describe common Graphic User Interfaces as used in Programmable Controller systems.
- Obtain the process of “mapping” software objects to PLC addresses.
- Describe the range of communication networks currently in use.
Who should attend
- Engineering staff, and machine design engineers who need to familiarize themselves with programmable controller and process visualization technologies used in industrial automation systems.
- Electricians, Technicians, maintenance staff, plant supervisors and Control Engineers looking to understand PLC programming and servicing.
- Students attending the Advanced PLC Programming course must have some basic knowledge of PLC programming.