PLC Traning

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Training In Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
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Training In SCADA Application Design
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Training In Industrial Drives
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Control Panel Engineering
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Monitoring & Control
Corporate Training
Machine Operators
Drives control
System integrators
Service Engineers

International Condidate

  • ISRA
  • WAEL

Programmable Logic Controller

Integrated PLC System architecture

Designing PLC Based Machine Automation

PLC networking with Remote I/Os

Methods of Tuning Industrial Control Loops

Modification of Existing PLC Application

Managing Automation Projects

Safety Programmable Systems

PLC Wiring & Termination drawing

PLC Programming Languages & Concepts

Designing PLC Based Process Automation

 Interfacing with Sensors & Transmitters

Pre & Post Project Documentation .

PLC Communication Protocol

Preparing Automation IO Schedules


This course concentrates on PLC Programming and Configuration of various leading brands of PLCs. It is precisely focused on Leading brands of PLC programming and related platforms with fully practical designed. Students can be attentive on its course with design, implementation and maintenance. It embarks with detailed basic clarifications of control systems and various aspects of PLC.
Copious programming techniques and troubleshooting are also covered. Various fault finding and correcting faults are explained in detail.
There are set assignments throughout focusing on the practical aspects of PLCs which are necessary for true design, configuration, implementation and maintenance to take place.

Course Outline

Module#01: Understanding the Concept of Plc and Its Platforms.
Introduction of PLC and its types
Introduction and brief history of PLCs
Alternative control systems – where do PLCs fit in?
Why PLCs have become so widely accepted
Lingering concerns about PLCs
Architecture of PLC
PLC processor module – memory organization
Explanation on digital and analog signals
Exploring Programming Software components
Understanding PLC communication Protocols
Module #02: Getting Started With Project – Creation, Modification and Migration
Creating a new project on Programming Software.
Configure a device
Modification of existing project
Project migration
Module #03: Hardware Configuration
Device overview
IO module configuration
Communication module configuration
Signal board and communication board configuration
Hardware catalog
Module #04: Basic Ladder Programming
Blocks, Organization Block, Functional Block, Function and Data Block
Tag creation/IO address Configuration/Symbol Configuration
Programming symbols – N/O, N/C and COIL/XIC/XIO/OTE
PLC addressing Input, Output and memory
Drafting basic ladder logic
Download the logic into PLC
Monitoring I/O state
Module #05: Ladder Programming using IEC timers and counters
Create data blocks and data types for programming, Subroutines etc.
Timer programming – On-Delay, OFF-Delay, Pulse and Retentive On-Delay timer
Counter Programming- Up-Counter, Down-Counter and Up Down Counter
Difference between block type instruction and coil type instructions
Programming using reset and load time duration instructions
Module #06: Ladder Programming using Comparator, Math and Conversion Operations
Create ladder logic using comparator instructions – Equal, Not Equal, LE, GE, and more
Programming math instructions – Add, Sub, Mul and Div, and more
Programming conversion instructions – Convert, Trunc, ScaleX, SCP, SCL and NormX, and more
Module #07: Programming using Move, Program Control, Word Logic, Shift and Rotate Operations
Create ladder logic using move instructions
Control the program execution flow using program control instructions
Programming gates logics and applications
Bit shift and rotate operations
Module #08: Using Advanced Instructions
Programming using date and time of day Instructions
String and character control
Diagnostics instructions
PLC Database symbols and addressing
Data logging
Module #09: Technology Instructions and Applications
Introduction about PID
PID configuration
PID compact instruction
PID 3 Step instruction
PID parameters monitoring
Module # 10: Communication Instructions
Programming open user communication instructions
Modbus configuration
Profibus and Profinet configuration
Messaging Instructions
Modbus TCP configuration
Module #11: Fault Finding Techniques
Forcing I/O tags and toggling bits
Analyzing and troubleshooting a system using a ‘Online & Diagnostic’
Analyzing and correcting controller faults
Analyzing and correcting I/O faults
Chassis and power supply problems
Module #12: Creating Add-On Functions and Managing Devices and Network
Developing an add-on functions in a ladder diagram
Configuring network topologies
Managing device communication using network view and device view
Creating project documentation
Module # 13: PLC Networking Practices
PLC Networking with SCADA/HMI/Drives/Servers
PLC Networking With Smart Devices
PLC Networking With Remote I /Os
Module #14: Safety Programmable Systems
Why regular PLCs should not be used for safety functions
Programmable electronic logic solvers
Safety certification
Certified programming systems
Application examples
Growth of networked safety devices and certified networks
Integrated safety systems
Module #15: Building a Plc Panel, As Well As General Commissioning, Testing and Upgrading
Electrical design and construction
Commissioning and installation
Simulation and testing
Problem isolation and faultfinding
Upgrading of control systems
Module # 16: Creating Industrial Project and Documentation
Creating an Industrial Project
Creating Project Documentation
Wiring and earthing verification
Scheduling of Loop tests and acceptance testing
Execution of IQ, OQ, and PQ validation protocols

  •   To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:
    Experience with basic control and electrical principles or Classic Control/Automation Course
  •   To complete this course successfully, you must be able to perform basic Microsoft Windows tasks, such as:
    1. Use a mouse
    2. Browse for files
    3. Open, close, size and move windows

Anyone who wants to gain solid knowledge of the key elements of industrial automation to improve their work skills and to further their job prospects:

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers

 Electrical Engineers

Chemical Engineers

Mechanical Engineers

Instrumentation Engineers


 Maintenance Engineers and Supervisors

Energy Management Consultants

 Automation and Process Engineers

 Design Engineers

 Project Managers


System Integrators

 Instrument Fitters, Technicians and Instrumentation Engineers

 Consulting Engineers

Production Managers

Machine Operators

Instrument and Process Control Technicians

Even those who are highly experienced in industrial automation may find it useful to gain know-how in a very concentrated but practical format

  Advanced Diploma in Industrial Automation and Control (ADIAC)
   Certified Automation Engineer (CAE)
   Certified Automation Professional (CAP)
   Certified Automation Technician (CAT)
   Professional Course in PLC & SCADA Programming
   Professional Course in PLC & SCADA Programming,Installation and Maintenance (For OEM)
   Professional Course in Factory Automation (Programming,Installation and Maintenance of Automation Devices )
   Professional Course in Electrical and Process Instrumentation
  Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
  Supervisory Control And Data Aquisition (SCADA)
  AC/DC drives
  Human Machine Interface HMI/MMI
  Distributed Control System (DCS)
  Industrial Networking & Protocol Technologies
  Plant Maintenance Engineering
  Industrial Intrumentation Engineering
  Electrical and Electronic Automation
  Electrical Maintenance & Toubleshooting
  Automation Project Design

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