Using hands-on demonstrations in this PLC training, we frame the challenging world of automation and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) into practical, down to earth lessons that are simple to understand. Students will learn to understand the PLC language, read and interpret PLC ladder logic, troubleshoot PLC programs, and fix the most common PLC problems on their own. Curriculum will also cover communications between PLCs, Scada, DCS, and devices in the field.
Students can either choose to attend online or in-class. Because the PLC Trainer Kit is included with the class, hands-on labs are identical for both in-classroom or virtual training students. For remote attendees, TAS will ship the PLC trainer to your requested destination.
- History Of The PLC
- Ladder Logic Structure
- Functions and Instructions
- Understanding PLCs logic scanning
- Communications Overview
- Examples of Field Issues and Solutions
- Hands‐On Labs Starting from Basic and Progressing to medium/Advanced projects
- Labs have a focus for Process Control real-world applications
Seating for all upcoming in-person training courses will be limited and CDC guideline recommendations will be followed.
PLC – Deer Park, TXJune 21
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PLC – Eagleford, TXOctober 18