PLC/PAC Automation: Basic Structure, Programming, Installation, and Maintenance (TC30P) | September 16, 2013 8:00 AM - September 20, 2013 4:00 PM | Automation.com

PLC/PAC Automation: Basic Structure, Programming, Installation, and Maintenance (TC30P)

Event Summary

DATE:
September 16, 2013 - September 20, 2013
LOCATION:
Columbia, IL 62236
COUNTRY:
USA
START DATE/TIME:
September 16, 2013 8:00 AM
END DATE/TIME:
September 20, 2013 4:00 PM
EVENT TYPE:
Training
HOST:
ISA
PHONE:
919-549-8411
EMAIL:
[email protected]
WEBSITE:
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Description

You will be able to:

Identify the basic components of PLC/PAC systems and where they are utilized
Identify the basic IEC 6-1131-3 programming languages to include Relay Ladder Diagram (RLD),
Structured Text (ST), Function Block Diagrams (FBD), and Instruction List (IL)
Develop, write, install, and test PLC RLD programs
Wire a complete PLC system utilizing digital and analog I/O simulators
Install and tune a PID
Troubleshoot and maintain PLC/PAC systems
Document a PLC ladder program

You will cover:

Basic Components of a PLC/PAC System
Input/Output Systems: Discrete, Analog, DC, and AC Input/Output Modules
CPU Operation and PLC Memory Organization: Scan Cycle and Timing | Memory Size | Mapping | Input/Output Data Files | Hardware/Software Interface Programs
System Power: Hardware Power | Field Power
PLC/PAC Relay Ladder Diagram Programming: Ladder Logic Instructions | Times and Counters |Permissive Discrete Control Functions | Data Manipulation Instructions | Arithmetic Instructions
PLC Installation: Wiring | Grounding | “Ringing Out” the I/O Wiring
Maintenance Practices: Visual Inspection | Continuity Check | Input/Output Wiring Check | Operational Testing | Emergency Stops | Troubleshooting Hardware Failures
Motor Control Connection to PLC: Motor Starter Aux relay connection | Software Seal Circuits and Why Not to Use Them

Classroom/Laboratory Exercises:

Wire discrete and analog devices to PLC
Enter, download, and test a ladder program
Program permissive logic, timer and counter, data manipulation, and basic arithmetic operations
Develop and program from a selection real-world applications


Course Prerequisites:

Basic AC and DC Electric Theory (e.g. Ohm's Law, etc.)


A hand-held/scientific calculator should be brought to class.

Includes ISA Text: Programmable Controllers, 4th Edition

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