Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers & SCADA

Duration

2 days

Certification / CPD:

Certificate of Achievement / 15 CPD Hours

Course cost:

Please contact us for pricing.

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Course Content

Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers

Structure and definition of Programmable Logic Controllers

Introduction to Programming

Overview of Programming

Programming devices.

Hardware options / features

How the PLC interfaces with Control devices

Programmable Controller Peripherals

Inputs / Outputs

  • Outputs: Contactors, Relays, Alarms, etc.
  • Inputs: Switches, thermostats, overloads, instrumentation, etc.

Installation & Commissioning

Fault finding

Control Hierarchy, networking and SCADA packages.

Safety

About this course

Programmable Logic Controllers are now in widespread use throughout industry. These high quality versatile units can solve all your process plant and manufacturing plant control problems. This course is designed to give you in improved understanding of Programmable Logic Controllers and SCADA. A Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition System is a graphic software system which communicates with a Programmable Logic Controller or similar device and allows personnel to view a mimic diagram of the process. The operator can control the process from the graphic screen and enter set points to the PLC.

Training Approach and Method

Each participant will be supplied with a PLC Training Station along with a comprehensive set of notes for this practical hands-on course.

Course Objectives

What you will learn: Gain a good working knowledge of Programmable Logic Controllers & SCADA Understand how sensors and field devices are connected Understand the capabilities and wide applications of Industrial Colour Graphics Systems
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