800 Programmable Controllers Training Series

800 Programmable Controllers Training Series
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Programmable Controllers Training Series

There are 10 programs that form the Programmable Controllers (PLC) Training Series. This training package is a comprehensive PLC program applicable to all PLCs without requiring any prior PLC knowledge. With PLC applications abundant in manufacturing facilities, this PLC program is a must for your facility.
 
Consisting of 10 programs, the program starts off with the basics, thoroughly explains the hardware section of the controller, moves on to both basic and advanced programming topics, and wraps up with proper system implementation. The PLC Training Series not only explains the ins and outs of programmable controllers, but also gives examples of real-life PLC applications.

 

The PLC Program includes the following 10 programs:

 

801 Introduction To Programmable Controllers
         
Principles of Operation, Relay Logic and the PLC, Ladder Diagrams and the PLC

802 PLC Number Systems and Codes
         
Number systems, Binary Codes, Register/Word Formats

803 Logic Functions and Their Relationship with PLC Systems
         
AND-OR-NOT Operators, PLC Circuits and Logic Contact Symbology

804 General CPU Operations, Memory System, and PLC I/O Addressing
         
Basic CPU Components and Function, Processor Scan, Memory System, Application Memory,I/O Interaction, I/O Mapping

805 Discrete Input/Output System
         
Discrete I/O Basics, Remote I/O, Discrete Input Modules, Discrete Output Types, Discrete Output Modules

806 Analog Input/Output System
         
Analog I/O Basics, Input Signal Understanding and Data Representation, Output Signal Understanding and Data Representation, Analog Modules

807 Introduction to PLC Software Programming and Basic Relay Programming Instructions
         
PLC Instructions, Logic Continuity, Ladder Language, Relay Instructions, Ladder Scan Evaluation, Programming NC Input Devices

808 Timer, Counter Program Flow Control and Arithmetic Programming Instruction
          
Different Types of Timer Instructions and Actions, Up/Down Counters, Jumping To and Go To, Subroutines, Performing Math Instructions

809 Data Manipulation, Data Handling and Data Transfer Programming Instructions
         
Comparison, Matrix, Conversion and Shift Manipulation, Data and Table Moves, Block Transfers, Sequencing and Boolean Mnemonics

810 PLC System Implementation and Control Programming
         
Control Task Definition and Strategy, Program Implementation, Modernization Example, Fwd/Rev Motor Control, Interlocking, TWS Decoding

Section 1
This section covers the PLC Fundamentals:

  • Completely understand PLC operation and its interaction with the outside world
  • Apply PLCs to improve manufacturing, reduce costs, and cut troubleshooting time
  • Learn how ASCII and BCD codes are used in PLC systems
  • Learn the relationship between a relay system and a PLC-based system using ladder diagrams
  • Configure output rungs using the three basic logic operations (AND, OR, NOT)

Includes three programs:

  • Introduction to Programmable Controllers (27:55 min)
  • Number Systems and Codes - their uses and applications in PLCs (25:15 min)
  • Logic Functions and How They Relate to PLC Systems (20:56 min)

Section 2
This section covers PLC Operation:

  • Choose the correct power supply for your PLC system and avoid intermittent power problems
  • Master I/O mapping and chassis configuration and avoid problems during system implementation
  • Configure memory data tables correctly
  • Learn all you need about analog control—I/O devices, signals, representation, handling, and interfacing
  • Learn to properly install analog transducer/transmitters and avoid intermittent count jump problems

Includes three programs:

  • General CPU Operations, Memory System, and PLC I/O Addressing (47:20 min)
  • Discrete Input/Output Systems (45:15 min)
  • Analog Input/Output Systems (49:32 min) 

Section 3
This section covers PLC Programming and System Implementation:

  • Change hardwired logic to PLC logic
  • Eliminate electromechanical reverse flow in a PLC ladder logic implementation
  • Solve the mystery of programming a normally closed input as a normally open reference in a PLC and maintain a fail-safe operation
  • Use flow control instructions to solve scan time problems
  • Avoid troubleshooting nightmares—learn how to use subroutines to implement structured programming and pinpoint problems quickly
  • Convert electromechanical master control relays into PLC MCR circuits and avoid costly programming and troubleshooting problems
  • Modernize your system—follow our four-step process to ensure a trouble-free implementation
  • Create meaningful documentation—learn to flowchart your system correctly
  • Safeguard your PLC-based system—know which portions to leave hardwired for safety reasons
  • Create effective output sequences and avoid confusion and wasted time during program coding

Includes four programs:

  • Introduction to PLC Software Programming and Basic Relay Programming Instructions (49:59 min)
  • Timer, Counter Program Flow Control and Arithmetic Programming Instruction  (42:33 min)
  • Data Manipulation, Data Handling and Data Transfer Programming Instructions  (43:40 min)
  • PLC Control System Implementation and Programming (51:20 min)

PLC Fundamentals

  • Completely understand PLC operation and its interaction with the outside world
  • Apply PLCs to improve manufacturing, reduce costs, and cut troubleshooting time
  • Avoid confusion from the start by understanding the number systems and codes used by PLCs for addressing and I/O representation
  • Learn how ASCII and BCD codes are used in PLC systems—make sure everyone on your staff understands them
  • Learn the relationship between a relay system and a PLC-based system using ladder diagrams—we make it easy to understand
  • Configure output rungs using the three basic logic operations (AND, OR, NOT)
  • Learn discrete logic as it applies to real-world PLC applications—it’s the fundamental basis for developing all PLC programs
  • See real-life examples that relate hardwired systems to PLC-based systems using discrete logic operations

PLC Operation—Know the Ins & Outs

  • Avoid costly mistakes—learn the capabilities of PLCs and select the best controller for your application
  • Choose the correct power supply for your PLC system and avoid intermittent power problems
  • Master I/O mapping and chassis configuration and avoid problems during system implementation
  • Prevent scan-time problems by following our procedure for detecting potential scan and order of execution problems
  • Configure memory data tables correctly—save time and prevent future expansion problems
  • Know when to use remote I/O to save money during installation
  • Avoid intermittent count jump problems—learn to properly install analog transducers/transmitters
  • Multiplexing I/O can save a bundle in hardware costs—we show you the best modules and devices to use for your application
  • Learn all you need to know about analog control—we explain analog I/O devices, signals, representation, data handling, and interfacing
  • Match the right analog input or output field device with the right analog interface module and avoid costly hardware and installation mistakes
  • Transmitter…Transducer—learn the difference and avoid confusion and interfacing problems
  • Understand bit resolution and how it can affect the accuracy of analog signal representation

Learn to Program Any PLC and Implement a PLC System

  • Change hardwired logic to PLC logic—we show you how basic PLC instructions can be used to implement a system
  • Eliminate electromechanical reverse flow in a PLC ladder logic implementation for proper circuit operation
  • Solve the mystery of programming a normally closed input as a normally open reference in a PLC and maintain a fail-safe operation
  • Solve hardwired timer circuit problems by trapping instantaneous timer contacts and ensure proper circuit operation
  • Program analog equations using arithmetic instructions and correctly perform analog control
  • Use flow control instructions to solve scan time problems
  • Avoid troubleshooting nightmares—learn how to use subroutines to implement structured programming and pinpoint problems quickly
  • Convert electromechanical master control relays into PLC MCR circuits and avoid costly programming and troubleshooting problems
  • Learn how to obtain important process data from your manufacturing operation with data manipulation and transfer instructions to improve your system
  • Modernize your system—follow our four-step process to ensure a trouble free implementation
  • Create meaningful documentation—learn to ­owchart your system correctly
  • Safeguard your PLC-based system—know which portions to leave hardwired for safety reasons
  • Implement a new application—from concept to program coding—by following our six-step method
  • Create effective output sequences and avoid confusion and wasted time during program coding
  • Learn the benefits of good documentation—it makes troubleshooting easier

The PLC Series Includes:

  • Ten Programs - the first three programs introduce basic PLC principles and operation. The next three cover hardware including discrete and analog I/O. The last four programs explain basic 
  • and advanced programming techniques and how to properly implement a PLC-based 
    system.
  • Instructor's Guide and Answer Key
  • Master set of exams
  • Student Kit includes:
    • Reference Handbook - reinforces the material in the videos and provides review questions and answers.
    • Final Exam and Certificate of Completion (electronic version)

Complete Series

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