Programmable Logic Controls Training - Multi-Skill Training Services, Inc.

PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLS TRAINING

The Industrial PLC Controls Training Package provides a complete programmable logic control training curriculum for students and teachers. Our Industrial PLC Controls Training enables companies who conduct in-house PLC training to facilitate the training using a subject matter expert. Start your customized programmable logic controls (PLC) training classes with our 26 years of world class maintenance training.

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OUR INDUSTRIAL PLC TRAINING PACKAGE INCLUDES

INSTRUCTOR GUIDE

  • Lesson Plans: a complete guide for the instructor that clearly describes the learning objectives, materials needed, and topics to be covered for each of the sessions
  • Lesson Content: text, images, and diagrams that help to demonstrate the concepts in the session
  • Hands-On Activities: each session includes instructions for each hands-on activity

STUDENT PROFILE SHEET

  • List all skills that must be attained by students before passing the course; provides a guide for all curriculum

LAB GUIDE (1)

  • Step-by-step instructions and pictures to support all hands-on activities

STUDENT GUIDE (2)

  • Lesson Content: text, images, and diagrams that help to demonstrate the concepts in the session
  • Hands-On Activities: each session includes instructions for each hands-on activity

TOOLS AND COMPONENTS

  • All tools and materials needed to facilitate each session

SUPPORT PACKAGE

  • Email and phone support by qualified MST experts upon request

PLC Control Training Sessions

Session 1 – Introduction to PLCs

Definition and Key Terms, Advantages and Benefits, PLC Components, Operation of PLCs, Operation Modifications of PLCs, Computers Versus PLCs, Applications and Sizes of PLCs, Number Codes and Systems

Session 2 – PLC Hardware

Central Processing Units (CPU), Memory Design and Types, Programming Terminal Devices, Data Recording and Retrieval, Input/Output (I/O) of a PLC, Discrete I/O Modules, Special I/O Modules, I/O Specifications

Session 3 – Programming Basics

Hardwired Logic Versus Programmed Logic, Processor Memory Organization, Program Scan, Bit-Level Logic Instructions, Instruction Addressing, Branch Constructions, Internal Relay Instructions, Programming Examine-If-Closed and Examine-If Open Instructions, Entering the Ladder Program, PLC Programming Software

Session 4 – Circuit Conversions

Seal-In Circuits, Electrical Interlocking Circuits, Latching Relays, Converting Relay Schematics into PLC Ladder Programs, Ladder Logic Program and Narrative Description, Program Editing and Commissioning

Session 5 – Programming Timers

Mechanical Timing Relays, Timer Instruction and Commands, On-Delay Timer Instructions, Off-Delay Timer Instructions, Retentive Timers, Cascading Timers and Reciprocating Timers

Session 6 – Programming Counters

Counter Instructions, Up-Counters, Down-Counters, Cascading Counters, Incremental Encoder-Counter Applications, Combining Counter and Timer Functions, High-Speed Counters

Session 7 – Data Manipulation

Data Manipulation Instructions, Data Transfer Operations, Data Compare Instructions, Data Manipulation Programs

Session 8 – Math Instructions

Basic Mathematical Instructions, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, The Modulo Instruction, File Arithmetic Operations

Session 9 – Sequencers

Mechanical Sequencers, Sequencer Instructions, Sequencer Programs, Bit Shift Registers, Word Shift Operations

Session 10 – Program Control Instructions

Program Control, Master Control Reset Instructions, Jump Instruction, Subroutines, Immediate Input and Immediate Output Instructions, Forcing External (I/O) Addresses, Safety Circuitry, Selectable Timed Interrupt, Fault Routine, Temporary End Instruction, Suspend Instruction

Session 11 – PLC Troubleshooting

PLC Enclosures, Electrical Noise, Leaky Inputs and Outputs, Grounding, Voltage Variations and Surges, Preventive Maintenance, Processor Module, Input Malfunctions, Output Malfunctions, Ladder Logic Programs