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This course is perfect for multi-craft maintenance technicians, electricians, or other non-programmers who need a general understanding of PLCs. This seminar converts the seemingly complex world of PLC’s into practical lessons the average maintenance person can understand. We’ve taken information from thousands of pages of manufacturers’ technical manuals, combined it with twenty years of experience and a practical real world philosophy to give you simple, clear, and concise solutions to your everyday PLC problems. (see full course description)

 
 

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PLCs for Non-Programmers - Industrial Training Seminar

A 2 Day “Hands-On” Training Course Designed to take the mystery out of working with Programmable Logic Controllers ( PLCs )

Purpose of Seminar:

The purpose of this seminar is to translate the seemingly complex world of automation and Programmable Logic Controllers ( PLCs ) into practical lessons the average maintenance person can understand. By combining information from thousands of pages of manufacturers' technical manuals (Allen Bradley, GE, Siemens, Omron, Modicon, Mitsubishi, Honeywell …), with twenty years of experience and a practical real world philosophy to present simple, clear, and concise solutions to your everyday PLC problems.
This course is perfect for multi-craft maintenance technicians, electricians, or other non-programmers who need a general understanding of PLCs. The real world, practical knowledge presented in this course along with the “hands-on” training is immediately applied by our attendees in their workplaces. Now, that's "Real World" Training!

Who should take this course?

This course is created specifically for maintenance personnel and electricians working in industrial plants, public facilities, and commercial buildings. Our PLCs for Non-Programmer courses are filled with people from many different industries, skill levels, company sizes, and job titles. You only need to have an interest in learning to troubleshoot and repair your PLCs to benefit from this course! Our past attendees for this course include maintenance personnel in…

• Manufacturing Plants
• Commercial Buildings
• Hospitals
• Waste Water Facilities
• Schools
• Government Buildings
• Research Facilities
• Shopping Centers
• Airports

Including:
• Apprentice and Experienced Electricians
• Instrumentation Technicians
• All Building Maintenance Personnel
• All Plant & Facility Maintenance Technicians
• Building Engineers
• Building Managers & Superintendents
• Plant & Facility Managers
• Multi-craft & Cross Training Personnel
• Mechanical Engineers
• Any person needing a basic course in PLC basics & maintenance!

Training Outcomes

After completing the course, attendees will be presented with a training certificate that shows 0.8 continuing education units for each day attended (1.6 credits for 2 days), indicating that the student has learned to:

1. Identify PLC components
2. Read and interpret Ladder Logic
3. Understand function and purpose of basic programming instructions
4. Configure a PLC-based control system
5. Relate actual PLC and PID instructions to "real world" applications
6. Troubleshoot and correct PLC problems by identifying and isolating most common system faults

Course Outline / Agenda

Studies have indicated that 80% of the faults associated with a PLC-based control systems involve either I/O (Input/Output) devices or field wiring. During this seminar you will learn how to use both hardware and software to find these faults quickly. Students will learn how to use a systematic approach to troubleshooting; how to set up and configure Input/Output modules using various slot addressing techniques; what to understand about program and data table file organization, number systems and processor information flow; and how basic, relay type instructions, timers, and counters, and data manipulation instructions can be used to achieve the automation and PLC solution you want.
The other 20% of faults can also be quickly found using software tools that usually remain hidden to all but the most experienced troubleshooting professional. But, in this TPC Trainco seminar, we will unlock these tools, dispel the myths, and provide you aids that you can take back to your workplace for easy future reference. At TPC Trainco, we provide real world training for your real world needs!

I. SPEAKING THE LANGUAGE OF PLCs

A. Hardware Focus
B. How PLCs Work
1. Past
2. Present
3. Future
C. PLC Terminology, PID
D. Parts of a PLC
1. Input Interfaces
2. Processor
3. Output Interfaces
4. Power Supplies
5. Programming Terminals
E. System Configurations
1. Local
2. Remote
3. Hierarchical
4. Distributive
F. Hardware Considerations
1. Field Wiring
2. Master Control Relay
3. Isolation Transformers
4. Four Basic Types of Grounding

II. READING PLC LADDER LOGIC

A. Organization and Function of Ladder Logic
B. Ladder Logic Data Table Organization
1. Numbering Systems
2. Data Table Files
3. Bit, Word and File Addressing
C. Introduction to Programming
D. Common PLC & PID Instructions
1. Basic Relay
2. Counters and Timers
3. Data Transfer
E. Organization
1. Subroutine Files
2. Selectable Timed Interrupt (STI) Files
3. Jumps and MCR Instructions
4. Fault Routines
F. Relating the PLC to "Real World" Applications

III. TROUBLESHOOTING PLC SYSTEMS & COMPONENTS

A. Safety
B. Forcing of Input Data Table & Output Devices
C. Identifying I/O Field Device Faults
D. Identifying I/O Module Faults
E. Identifying System Faults
F. Using the Data Monitor Screen
G. Using the Processor Status and I/O Status Screen

IV. FIND & FIX THE 10 MOST COMMON PLC PROBLEMS


A. The "Ultimate PLC Troubleshooting Flowchart"
B. Using Troubleshooting Tools
C. Using Software Tools
D. "Real World" Case Studies

What You Will Take Home

• TPC Trainco Seminar Manual - detailing all PLCs for Non-Programmers material covered in the class.
• Personalized Programmable Logic Controllers ( PLCs ) for Non-Programmers Training Certificate with 1.6 TPC Trainco Continuing Education Units approved by the MTAA.
• All the information you need from asking our instructors specific questions about your PLC including questions about your PLC brand (Allen Bradley, GE, Siemens, Omron, Modicon, Mitsubishi, Honeywell, Rockwell, A- …) or ladder logic questions.

Optional ATMT Certification® Testing

An optional ATMT® Certification exam is available for this training topic. It may be taken online or as a written test any time after the class is over.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

All students attending our seminars receive a personalized Certificate of Completion and 0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) per day of training. Over 40,000 employers and government agencies who have sent their employees to our classes accept TPC Trainco CEUs for continuing education requirements. We are able to provide transcripts of all classes attended and tests taken by individual students. Please contact us if our CEUs are not yet accepted by your authority. We will initiate an application to get the approval process started.

Seminar Summary:

This course is perfect for multi-craft maintenance technicians, electricians, or other non-programmers who need a general understanding of PLCs. This seminar converts the seemingly complex world of PLC’s into practical lessons the average maintenance person can understand. We’ve taken information from thousands of pages of manufacturers’ technical manuals, combined it with twenty years of experience and a practical real world philosophy to give you simple, clear, and concise solutions to your everyday PLC problems. (see full course description)

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