What you'll learn
- By the end of this course, you will be able to create a PLC program from scratch.
- Students will learn the difference between digital and analog signals and how to bring them into a PLC, process them, and send them back out.
- PLC I teaches you how to program with the focus on ladder logic, which is the most popular PLC programming language. The goal is to teach you everything you need to know to make a PLC do what you want it to do. You are also given all the software necessary to both CREATE and RUN your own programs live - right on your own computer.
Classical controltheory is a branch of control theory that deals with the behavior of dynamical systems with inputs, and how their behavior is modified by feedback.
Classic Control OUTLINES
- introduction to control
- relay and latching
- relay logic & power circuit
- med-course practical exam
- timers (part1)
- timers (part2) & Star-delta connection
PLC 1 OUTLINES
- introduction to plc families
- initial condition (practical 1)
- FW and REV DC motor
- Heater application
- single act hydraulic system
- timers Ton
- color mixer machine application
- toff and Toner timers
- counters and Garage application
- final project exam
What you'll learn
- The primary and overall objective of this course is to give an INTERMEDIATE PLC programming student, rigorous, practical experience in creating unguided, original ladder logic.
- Upon completion of this course, students will have the requisite skill set to translate a description of a process into a functioning logical solution.
You should have already completed ``PLC Programming from Scratch (PLC I)`` before taking this course.
PLC II forces you to take what you've learned and solve problem after progressively harder problem unassisted.
PLC 2 OUTLINES
- PLC1 revision
- set and reset functions
- double act hydraulic system
- +v edge & -v edge
- timer advanced application
- simatic memory
- Arithmatic and logical operation
- new color mixer machine
- Sequantila control method
- water treatments applications
- analog module and statement list
- introduction to Siemens original courses