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CD Industrial Group Inc.

Simulations & Hands-On Learning Challenges
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Level III
3 Day
Instructor-Led Course

ControlLogix & RSLogix 5000 Advanced

This course is designed to advance a plant technician's knowledge and skills in the use of the ControlLogix PLC platform. How and why a well-built and programmed system performs as it does is explored through experimentation in a controlled lab environment.

Participants will learn to work with complex data types and instructions. A series of analog projects will be completed with the I/O panels to increase comfort and familiarity with analog cards and settings.

Unique features based around internal messages and PLC to PLC communications will be covered using Ethernet and ControlNet protocols

This course is taught using a RSLogix 5000 software, simulation environments and with ControlLogix PLC hardware experiment stations with I/O panels.

TAGS AND DATA TYPES

Objective: Explain data types and tag standards

Activity: Set up for logging and average plant data throughout the day

Complete Array and Indirect Addressing Projects for a Serious Step Up

CONTROLLER AND MODULE FAULTS

Objective: Differentiate between major faults and minor clear/solve faults

Activity: Apply I/O Diagnostics and Configure a Fault Alarm Routine

Interpret I/O Module Fail Safe Settings

COMMUNICATIONS

Objective: Identify and Test PLC Communications Schemes

Activity: Build a complete ControlNet Network and Use Produced and Consumed Tags

Solve Communication Problems

STATUS FLAGS AND SYSTEM VALUES

Objective: Interpret programs references and parameters that access controller objects

Activity: Use the WALLCLOCKTIME Object to Trigger Time and Date Based Events

Learn to Get (GSV) and Set (SSV) System Values

ADVANCED PROGRAM INSTRUCTIONS

Objective: Interpret instructions that handle data files, data shifting and program controls.

Activity: Set task priorities and scheduling. Build a simple function block program

Find out how to relate function block diagrams to the ladder diagrams you're used to.

ANALOG I/O PROCESSES

Objective: Configure and interpret analog rungs and modules

Activity: Set Up for 4-20mA, 1 - 5 VDC, and 0 - 10 VDC I/O with scalar values

Complete the Delay Wipers Project with Variable Sweep Speeds and Delay Times

Where to go from here?

Advanced ControlLogix PLCs and RSLogix 5000 is part of our ControlLogix PLCs and RSLogix 5000 training. After completing this class, you might be interested in expanding your PLC knowledge with PLC TroubleShooting I (Allen Bradley SLC500, PLC5), or Schneider/Modicon PLCs Level I: Concept V2.6 with Quantum Controllers.

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