Allen Bradley PLC Control Logix

Duration

5 days plus completion/submission of mini assignments.

Certification / CPD:

35 CPD Hours

Course Date(s):

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Course Content

Course Content:

  • Locating hardware system components
  • Logix designer software overview
  • Communication between the PC and PLC
  • Upload/Download project files
  • Input/Output addressing, tags and data formats
  • Logix Designer Project Organization and Execution
  • Ladder Logic Structure in a Logix Designer Routine
  • Locating and Editing Tag Values in a Logix Designer Project
  • Basic Ladder Logic instructions
  • Other frequently used ladder logic instructions
  • Troubleshooting techniques using the searching and cross-reference functions
  • Use of the force function on I/O modules.
  • Advanced data formats, arrays and user defined data formats
  • Configuring and troubleshooting I/O modules
  • Troubleshooting power supply and controller faults
  • Editing ladder logic routines
  • Using the Trend function
  • Documenting and managing project files.
  • Creating a simple new Logix project from a design specification

About this course

Allen Bradley PLC Control Logix using CompactLogix PLC and Logix Designer (RSLogix5000) software QQI Certified in association with Enviro Safety Consultancy).

Instructor led Virtual course is intended for individuals who need to maintain and troubleshoot an Allen-Bradley Logix5000 based Programmable Logic Controller (ControlLogix, CompactLogix) – and who may have little current working experience with Allen-Bradley systems.   Throughout this course you will have the opportunity to practice the skills you have learned through a variety of hands-on exercises.

Training Approach and Method

This Virtual course will be delivered over 5 days / 7 hours per day.   As you work through the course folder you will answer questions at the end of each chapter. Trainer is present 100% of the time to answer questions, tease out issues, clarify points.

Course Objectives

The basic skills taught during the course apply to all Logix5000 platforms so you can then apply what you have learned to the specific platform that you use in your plant.

Post course the participant will be able to:

  • Identify hardware and understand the LED indicators
  • Use Logix Designer to go online and monitor routines
  • Upload/download project files; I/O fault finding
  • Understand basic ladder logic and project structure and
  • Create a project from the beginning

 

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