Programmable logic controllers (PLC’s) are the brains for modern machines. In that sense, PLC’s are used for machine and components control problems that are varied in span of complexity. Usually, such machines may range from relatively simple, to systems that are complex.
To that end, designers must make sure that all the parts of the control work together as intended. Tuning a complex controller on the hardware prototype or on the actual process becomes a skill. Due to this, PLC design remains trivial. As a result, this may involve considerable risk of damaging equipment. In our training session we explain the appropriate approach.
As a result, the teaching material of this course focuses on the main solution. The solution is to use simulation to design and verify the solution.
This course is a hands on course on Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC's). Through this course, delegates will learn how to plan for implementing a new design through hardware, sensors, power management and program a PLC for fundamental functions for your projects.
Function Block Diagram (FBD) Programming