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PLC Programming & Applications: 2 Day Hands-On Training Seminar

presented by TPC Trainco
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Summary

Gain the confidence you need to modify and create your own PLC programs

Course Topics: Industrial Training Training > Electrical  View/subscribe to this subcategory's RSS Feed

Workshop Description/Agenda

This seminar provides an in-depth knowledge of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) including programming and useful applications. It is designed for people who already have a basic understanding of PLCs and need to modify or write common PLC programs in their jobs. After attending this seminar, students will be comfortable when programming PLCs and will have the confidence to edit or create new PLC solutions on their own. The training in this class is practical and geared to cover most common programming functions so that students can go back to their jobs and immediately apply what they have learned ? that?s Real World Training?for Real World Needs!

Who should take this course?

This course is created for individuals who need to be able to modify and/or write ladder logic programs for their Programmable Logic Controllers. Since programming logic is the same but there are multiple manufacturers of PLCs, this course does not limit itself to a specific PLC manufacturer. It is designed instead to accommodate all of the most popular software platforms in use today. As a result, students will find this course extremely valuable regardless of the PLCs they may have back at their facility, and it is especially beneficial for those who run into more than one type of PLC when performing their jobs. People attending this course should already have attended our prerequisite course ?PLCs for Non-Programmers? or have a basic understanding of PLCs and a working knowledge of electrical controls and principles.

Attendees in this class will come from a wide variety of industries, skill-levels, company sizes, and job titles, so if you're not sure you'll fit in or benefit from this class, don't worry - you will - as long as you have an interest in programming PLCs. Attendees include...

All maintenance personnel in:

  • Manufacturing Plants
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Hospitals
  • Waste Water Facilities
  • Schools
  • Government Buildings
  • Research Facilities
  • Shopping Centers
  • Airports
  • And any place PLCs are used

Including:

  • Apprentice and Experienced Electricians
  • Instrumentation Technicians
  • Building Maintenance Personnel
  • Plant & Facility Maintenance Technicians
  • Plant & Building Engineers
  • Building Managers & Superintendents
  • Plant & Facility Managers
  • Manufacturing Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Multi-craft & Cross Training Personnel
  • Any person that needs to program a PLC

What will you learn?

Attendees will learn to:

  • Use relay logic and ladder logic in creating PLC programs
  • Organize, design and plan programming for the work to be accomplished
  • Follow specific instructions in programming to accomplish specific tasks
  • Create, enter and test their own PLC programs for a variety of tasks
  • Understand and use advanced PLC ladder logic instructions
  • Edit, upload, download, save and restore their work
  • Identify and write specific PLC Programming for specific applications
  • Write programs using function block diagrams and structured text
  • Use a LogixPro 500 simulator to design and test their work
  • Adapt and be prepared for any PLC they may come across in the field

Course Outline / Agenda

Through hands-on exercises students will design and program various industrial applications. Just as there is no one particular PLC manufacturer and model used in the field, this course is not limited to a specific PLC program, but examines the various software platforms in use today through the use of a laptop computer and the LogixPro 500 simulator. Using this simulator, students will be able to explore the various software platforms so that they can gain a sound foundation in PLC programming no matter what PLC they may run across. From the basics of relay logic, to ladder logic and on through the IEC standard of Function Block Diagrams and Structured Text, students learn to work on the various real-world PLC systems they see every day in the field.

This course is perfect for the maintenance technician, electrician, or engineer who works with PLC controlled equipment. Reducing the costs of outsourcing PLC programming and minimizing downtime are just two of the reasons for attending this course. Accurately programming PLCs can also improve quality in manufacturing, increase efficiency and even save energy cost associated with certain equipment. This seminar is designed to have an immediate impact on maintenance operations. Discussion topics in this class include:

PLC QUICK REVIEW

  • PLC Block Diagram and Major Components
  • Inputs and Outputs and Sequence of Operation
  • Types of PLCs and Associated Software
  • Numbering Systems
  • PLC Basic Instructions

DESIGN AND PROGRAM SELECTED EXERCISES USING LOGIXPRO-500 SIMULATOR

  • Introductory Exercise: Relay Logic
  • Applying Relay Logic: Door Simulation
  • Applying Relay Logic to a Process: Silo Simulator
  • Introductory Exercise: PLC Timers
  • Applying Cascading TON Timers: Traffic Control
  • Introductory Exercise: Word Compare
  • Applying Word Compare Instructions: Traffic Control
  • Introductory Exercise: PLC Counters
  • Applying PLC Counter Instructions: Batch Mixing
  • Dual Compressor Exercise: Sharing the Workload
  • Advanced Batch Mixing Exercise: Your choice of instructions
  • Applying Bit Shift Instructions: Bottle Line Simulation
  • Multi Floor Elevator Control: Which Way to Go?
  • Interfacing to 7-Segment Displays: Includes Bottle Line Wiring Details

ADDITIONAL PROGRAMMING APPLICATIONS

  • Student Exercises: DirectSoft
  • Discussion of commonly used PLCs and Programming Applications

FUNCTION BLOCK DIAGRAM (FBD) AND PROGRAMMING EXERCISES

  • Function Block Diagrams Overview: Advantages and Usage
  • FBD Construction
  • Understanding Structured Text and FBDs
  • Student Exercise: Write FBD Programs

ADVANCED CONCEPTS

  • Scripting
  • Mnemonic Programming Code
  • Smart Relays
  • Pico Controllers

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

All students attending our seminars receive a personalized Certificate of Completion and .8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) per day of training. Over 40,000 employers and government agencies who have sent their employees to our classes accept American Trainco CEUs for continuing education requirements. Our administration and record keeping practices meet or exceed the standards of ACE (American Council on Education) and we are able to provide transcripts of all classes attended and tests taken by individual students. Please contact us if our CEUs are not yet accepted by your authority. We will initiate an application to get the approval process started.

 

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Training Provider: TPC Trainco

Course Topics: Industrial Training Training > Electrical

Training Course Summary: Gain the confidence you need to modify and create your own PLC programs

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