Industrial Automation – PLC Paradigms

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A Programmable Logic Controller – PLC, also known as programmable controller, is the name given to a type of computer commonly used in commercial and industrial control applications. PLCs can differ from office computers in the types of task that they perform and the hardware and software they require to perform these task.

About PLC Training

The brains behind many automated process, programmable logic controllers (PLCs) are highly sophisticated and widely used in industry today. Manufactures use PLCs when they need flexible yet precise electrical control over any range of processes that co-ordinate inputs and outputs. For example, PLCs are used in traffic signals, pharmaceutical manufacturing, theme park attractions, and automotive assembly, just to name a few. All PLCs monitor inputs and other variable values, makes decisions based on a stored program, and control outputs to automate a process or machine. Students also learn about how Ogma Techlab PLCs communicate with other devices, the input/output modules, HMI devices, and modular PLCs, among other more advanced topics.

Curriculum

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    FUNDAMENTALS OF PLC
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    INTRODUCTION TO THE FIELD DEVICES ATTACHED TO PLC
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    BASIC PLC ARCHITECTURE
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    ARCHITECTURE VIEW
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    ROLE OF PLC IN AUTOMATION
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    BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT PLC COMPONENTS
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    POWER SUPPLY
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    CPU
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    I/O MODULES
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    TYPES OF INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
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    APPLICATION
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    ADDRESSING CONCEPTS
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    DETAILS DISCUSSION OF INPUT SWICHES AND OUTPUT BLOCKS
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    TIMERS
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    TIMER ON DELAY(TON)
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    TIMER OFF DELAY(TOFF)
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    RETENTIVE TIMER ON DELAY(RTON)
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    COUNTERS
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    UP COUNTER(CTU)
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    DOWN COUNTER(CTD)
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    COMPARATOR
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    EQUAL(EQU)
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    GREATER THAN(GRT)
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    LESS THAN(LES)
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    GREATER THAN EQUAL(GRTE)
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    LESS THAN EQUAL(LESE)
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    LATCHING AND UNLACHING CONCEPTS
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    CONCEPTS OF SWITCHES
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    NORMALLY OPEN SWITCH(NO SWITCH)
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    NORMALLY CLOSE SWITCH(NC SWITCH)
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    DETAILS ON LADDER LOGIC PROGRAMMING CONCEPT
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    PROGRAM IN RELATION TO TIMER
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    PROGRAM IN RELATION TO COUNTER
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    ADVANCED PROGRAMMING
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    COMPARATOR PROGRAMMING
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    PROGRAM RELATED TO LATCH AND UNLATCH
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    MOV BLOCK APPLICATION
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    MASTER CONTROL AND RESET FUNCTION
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    UPLOAD, DOWNLOAD, MONITORING OF PROGRAMS

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