Introduction to PLC’s [Programmable Logic Controllers]-10-18
This course is a basic introduction to the world of Programmable Logic Controllers. Specifically, this course introduces the use of the PIB [PLC-in-A-Box] and the Allen Bradley Micro_Logix 1000 controller and associated hardware and software.
SECTION 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO PIB
Lesson 1: Intro to the PIB
Lesson 2: Setting Drivers for the PIB
Lesson 3: Verifying Communication with the PIB
Lesson 4: The PIB Software Overview
Lesson 5: Selecting the PIB Processor
Lesson 6: The PIB Basic Commands Library
Lesson 7: The PIB Software Data Files
Lesson 8: The PIB First Project
Lesson 10: Testing the First PIB Project
SECTION 2: PRINCIPLES OF PLC THEORY
-Relay and ladder logic principles
-Defining PLC-what is a PLC?
-Justifying the use of PLC–why are they used?
-Ways to represent input and output elements
-Conversion of relay to ladder
-Schematic electrical to ladder logic conversion
SECTION 3: PLC SYSTEM SET UP
-PLC Design process
-7-Steps method to design PLC projects
-Computer logic and ladder logic
-What is inside a PLC-computer architecture?
-PLC ladder logic programming fundamentals
-PLC system set up for programming and operation
SECTION 4: PLC STANDARD APPLICATIONS
-Program Start-Stop ladder
-Program Jogging to Start-stop
-Program Forward-reverse ladder application
-Program ON and OFF delay timer applications
-Program Up-Down counter application