Dates: Mon 19th & Tues 20th June, 2017
Venue: Celbridge, Co. Kildare
Logic Controllers (PLCs) and SCADA System
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 an (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.
- 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.
- Inputs / Outputs
Who Should Attend
Those of you who are interested in gaining a good understanding and working knowledge of Programmable Logic Controllers and SCADA Systems.
Also on offer is a 5 day course based on Allen BradleyPLCs and
a 5 day course based on Siemens PLCs.
Our 2 x day Electricity & Electrical Systems Level ONE course may be useful to join in advance of participation on this PLC course.....depending of course on your background.
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