Jumat, 04 Januari 2013

INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS


INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS

OBJECTIVES

This course is designed to give students a good understanding of PLC. This course
places a heavy emphasis on understanding the logic and operation of the PLC. Key
concepts covered in the basic PLC course include: Programming AND/OR conditions, Seal/Latch instructions, Examine ON/Examine OFF instructions, PLC program scan cycle, program documentation, batch programming techniques, understanding PLC addressing, common program problems and bugs, safety considerations, programming counters and timers, comparison statements, numerical / integer operations, Latch/Unlatch instructions, hardware considerations, diagnostics and troubleshooting, emerging trends and capabilities.

COURSE CONTENTS

1. Brief history of PLC’s
2. Relay’s and PLC’s
3. PLC functions and possibilities
4. PLC I/O addressing
5. AND/OR programming
6. Examine ON and examine OFF statements
7. Sealing bits/latch programming
8. Program scan cycle
9. Ladder logic programming documentation
10. Batch programming
11. Common problems and bugs
12. Safety considerations
13. Programming counters
14. Programming timers
15. Numerical operations
16. Comparisons statements
17. Latch/unlatch statements
18. Advanced programming statements
19. Hardware modules and accessories
20. PLC installations and hookups
21. Diagnostics and troubleshooting
22. Emerging trends and capabilities

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This course is used by many community and technical colleges, maintenance
personnel, engineers, operators, managers and supervisors. 

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