Course Details

PLC Fundamentals and Automaton

What you'll learn

·         By the end of this course, you will be able to create a PLC program from scratch.

·         The primary and overall objective of this course is to give a novice an understanding of PLC programming, ladder logic, 

·         Students will learn the difference between digital and analog signals and how to bring them into a PLC, process them, and send them back out.

·         Students will be familiarized enough with a sufficient variety of ladder logic instructions to create a complete PLC program from scratch.

·         Students will explore basic, standard controls techniques for things like HOA control, level control, pump control, 

·         Students will develop an understanding of alarm and notification programming, and the relevant considerations to safety and operator usability.

A summary of what will be covered:

  1. Basic Electrical Concepts

  2. Basic Electrical Components and how they operate

  3. Traditional motor driving control circuits

  4. Modern motor driving equipment

  5. Protection components and how to choose them

  6. Wiring and cable sizing

  7. Sensors and their utilization in real projects

  8. Electrical Panel Troubleshooting

  9. Schematics drawing and design

  10. PLC programming using Ladder Logic

  11. PLC programming using Structured Text

  12. PLC programming using Functional Block Diagram

  13. PLC programming using continues flow chart

  14. Allen Bradley - RsLogix 500, RsEmulate 500 and Rslinx Training

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