SPEE 023 : Advanced PLC Programming

SPEE 023 : Advanced PLC Programming

  • course description:

    The focus of this course is to introduce the participants to various advanced PLC programming techniques while refining their skills of analyzing and troubleshooting complex PLC systems. The course also sheds light over several common and advanced industrial applications of PLC systems. Furthermore, the course explores principles of processor operation and input/output wiring in addition to the building blocks of advanced PLC systems.

  • course learning outcomes:

    At the end of the course, the participants will be able to;
    - Read, interpret, and troubleshoot advanced ladder logic programming for PLC.
    - Identify and understand PLC program components, instructions, and addresses.
    - Program, analyze, and edit PLC programs (when appropriate).
    - Utilize advanced troubleshooting and programming PLC instructions and skills.
    - Procure detailed understanding of processor operation and IO wiring.
    - Understand and analyze basic PID loops and PID instructions.

  • Course outlines:

    - PLC programming techniques including ladder logic, functional block diagrams, Instruction lists, sequential function charts, structured text, jump & call, and master control reset programming.
    - PLC programming for timers & counters.
    - Pointers & data handling in PLC.
    - Advanced PLC applications such as PID control and Batch processing.

  • practical aspects of the course:

    - Design, troubleshoot, and program increasingly complex PLC systems.
    - Perform all common procedures & tasks related to PLC.
    - Utilize and Implement advanced tools and features included in professional PLC software.
    - Troubleshoot message instructions and communication systems.
    - Basic tuning of PID loops and instructions.

  • who should attend?

    - Control engineers, managers, and supervisors.
    - Technicians with 5 years of experience.

  • duration:

    5 Days


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