PLC/PAC System Integration (TC39P) | July 22, 2013 8:00 AM - July 26, 2013 4:00 PM | Automation.com

PLC/PAC System Integration (TC39P)

Event Summary

DATE:
July 22, 2013 - July 26, 2013
LOCATION:
Houston, TX 77204
COUNTRY:
USA
START DATE/TIME:
July 22, 2013 8:00 AM
END DATE/TIME:
July 26, 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:

Introduction: Scary Stories – Accident Evaluation - Justification
Definition of SIS and its Functions: Dormant – Separation - De-energize to trip - Safe Failure Complications
Components: Processors - Sensors - Final Elements
Layers of Protection: Separation and Probability Factors - Statistical Tools
Hazard and Risk Management: Hazard Identification - The Safety Life Cycle – Basic equations and their origin
Failure Rates & Modes: Definition of PFD/PFS - Availability
Systems: Role of redundancy - Output protection – Diagnostics - Safe Failure Fraction - Hardware Fault Tolerance
Safety Standards and Certifications

You will cover:

Basic components of a PLC/PACs system
Special considerations in choosing a system
CPU and I/O hardware configuration and addressing
Basics of graphics
Basics of various communication protocols and where to use them
The IEC 6–1131–3 specification for programming different languages used in PLC/PAC systems (structured text, relay ladder diagram, function block design, instruction list, sequential function chart's)
Programming in RLD, to include interlocking and timers/counters
Wiring a complete system, to include, the discrete and analog I/O
System installation guidelines
System wiring checkout
Possible questions to ask your vendor while developing system requirements
Economic trade-off considerations between DCS, PLC and PAC systems

Classroom/Laboratory Exercises:

Wire a complete digital and analog I/O PLC system to a simulator and do a complete system check out
Configure a digital/analog I/O hardware and CPU from a system specification
Program, download to PLC and simulate a RLD example
Draw and tag basic graphic symbols
Set up communications between eight application programs, on a laptop, to a PLC

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