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Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Using Allen Bradly LOGIX 5000

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15 s.d 18 Juli 2013 | Rp  9.500,000, at Aston Hotels,  Yogyakarta
19 s.d 22 Agustus 2013 | Rp  9.500,000 at Aston Hotels,  Yogyakarta
16 s.d 19 September 2013 | Rp  9.500,000 at Aston Hotels,  Yogyakarta

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Training Description Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Using Allen Bradly LOGIX 5000

PLC WORKSHOP is designed to instruct electrical control professionals on how to successfully integrate a PLC into actual day-to-day industial electrical processes. It not only deals with the hardware and software, but all the surrounding systems that must be compatible to achieve a safe and reliable control system.
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)WORKSHOP is also designed to help delegates keep abreast of the latest Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) technologies and techniques available in this area, this tutorial offers an excellent opportunity for delegates to ask specific questions and exchange ideas relating to their own applications.



Training Course  Objectives Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Using Allen Bradly LOGIX 5000

The course is for technicians and engineers, who have little or no Logix 5000 Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) programming and application experience, who are required to make changes to existing Logix 5000 programs. Programming theory is kept to a minimum; the course is hands on with great emphasis on the practical aspects of Programmable Logic Controller applications. The course is based around CompactLogix range of PLCs and RSLogix 5000 software; however, it is suitable as a general introduction to Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)s. The course is run using RSLogix 5000 software and may be customised to include functions relevant to your control applications.

Course Content Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Using Allen Bradly LOGIX 5000

Introduction
This section will begin with a discussion of basic theory of operation and how it is used to control a process. It will also identify potential applications and relate how Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) control compares with traditional methods of control. A discussion of the benefits of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) control will follow.

Hardware Configuration
This section will describe the various components used in the formulation of a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) control system. Included will be methods to select the correct features and capabilities to match the process requirements.

  • • CPU sizes and types
  • • Backplanes
  • • Power supplies
  • • I/O module types

Installation and Wiring Considerations
There are necessary steps that must be taken to ensure that the control system will be correctly installed to provide safe and reliable operation. Installation recommendations and techniques will be given for the following:

  • • Power and grounding
  • • Enclosures
  • • Input devices and wiring methods
  • • Output devices and wiring methods

Programming
Various types of programming software will be introduced to the delegates. Techniques for simple program development and downloading will be demonstrated. Topics will include:

  • • RSLogix 5000 programming
  • • Software Tag Based addressing
  • • Controller Tags
  • • Program Tags
  • • Base Tags
  • • Alias Tags
  • • Data Types
  • • Tags Scope
  • • Tasks
  • • Main Routine
  • • Sub Routine
  • • System I/O Configuration
  • • Communicating with the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
  • • Downloading and Uploading Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) programs
  • • Monitoring Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) programs
  • • PLC Programming (Inputs/outputs Timers Counters, stc)
  • • Application Functions
  • • Commenting of programs
  • • Monitoring techniques
  • • Fault finding and searching

Testing and forcing techniquesIntroduction
This section will begin with a discussion of basic theory of operation and how it is used to control a process. It will also identify potential applications and relate how Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) control compares with traditional methods of control. A discussion of the benefits of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) control will follow.

Hardware Configuration
This section will describe the various components used in the formulation of a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) control system. Included will be methods to select the correct features and capabilities to match the process requirements.

  • • CPU sizes and types
  • • Backplanes
  • • Power supplies
  • • I/O module types

Installation and Wiring Considerations
There are necessary steps that must be taken to ensure that the control system will be correctly installed to provide safe and reliable operation. Installation recommendations and techniques will be given for the following:

  • • Power and grounding
  • • Enclosures
  • • Input devices and wiring methods
  • • Output devices and wiring methods

Programming
Various types of programming software will be introduced to the delegates. Techniques for simple program development and downloading will be demonstrated. Topics will include:

  • • RSLogix 5000 programming
  • • Software Tag Based addressing
  • • Controller Tags
  • • Program Tags
  • • Base Tags
  • • Alias Tags
  • • Data Types
  • • Tags Scope
  • • Tasks
  • • Main Routine
  • • Sub Routine
  • • System I/O Configuration
  • • Communicating with the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
  • • Downloading and Uploading Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) programs
  • • Monitoring PLC programs
  • • PLC Programming (Inputs/outputs Timers Counters, stc)
  • • Application Functions
  • • Commenting of programs
  • • Monitoring techniques
  • • Fault finding and searching

Testing and forcing techniques



Coordinator 

Ir. Teguh Santosa & Tito Yuwono, ST, MT



Time  &  Venue

  • Public Training
  • 15 s.d 18 Juli 2013
  • 19 s.d 22 Agustus 2013
  • 16 s.d 19 September 2013
  • 21 s.d 24 Oktober 2013
  • 18 s.d 21 November 2013
  • 16 s.d 19 Desember 2013

Place : Aston Hotels Yogyakarta

Inhouse Training
Depend On Request time



Facilities     

  • Module
  • Certificate
  • Souvenir
  • Training Kit
  • Meeting Room Hotel


Metode  

  • Presentation
  • Discussion
  • Case Study
  • Evaluation
  • Workshop using Allen Bradly LOGIX 5000
  • Pre test & Pos Test


Who Sould Attends

  • Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Engineering and design personnel
  • Maintenance and technical services personnel
  • Process and operations personnel
  • Technical and process managers
  • Engineering and design personnel
  • Electrical consulting engineers
  • Electrical contractors


Course  Fee

  • Course Fee : Rp 9.500,000,-/ participant Nett Non Residential
  • ** Pendaftaran minimal 3 orang biaya training Rp. 8.750.000,-/participant nett Non Residential**

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