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Mon, 10 Jul


OEL Dubai

OTSPLC001 - PLC TRAINING (HARDWARE) - Instrumentation

PLC Training is designed to instruct electrical control professionals on how to successfully integrate a PLC into actual day-to-day industrial electrical processes.

Time & Location

Last available date

10 Jul, 08:00 – 14 Jul, 16:30

OEL Dubai, Oilfields Supply Centre Building 37 & 38 - جبل علي - منطقة جبل علي الحرة - دبي - United Arab Emirates

About the Event


PLC Training is designed to instruct electrical control professionals on how to successfully integrate a PLC into actual day-to-day industrial electrical processes.

It doesn’t only deals with the hardware and software, but all the surrounding systems that must be compatible to achieve a safe and reliable control system.

The training course is generic in nature and applies to all types and manufacturers.

PLC Training is also designed to help delegates keep abreast of the latest PLC technologies and techniques available in this area, this tutorial offers an excellent

opportunity for delegates to ask specific questions and exchange ideas relating to their own applications.

Course Objectives:

By the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Define      the main applications on the PLC and differentiate      between PLC and other control systems.
  • Recognize      the PLC hardware and be able to install it.
  • SIMATIC      S7-400: Overview, The      S7 - 400 Racks, Symmetrical and Asymmetrical      Multicomputing, and Centralized Configuration
  • Start,      Stop and restart PLC, install and uninstall PLC memory as      well as recognize the faults indicators of the PLC.
  • Define      the hardware configuration in the SIMATIC manager software.
  • Use      the basic bit-instructions for handling digital signals.
  • Use      the software environment to trace the running program and finding faults.
  • Build      an application depending on the last knowledge.
  • Create      a link between the PLC and SCADA from Siemens.

Who Should Attend?

· PLC Engineering and design control personnel

· Electrical maintenance and technical services personnel

· Junior engineers of all electric related fields.

· Operation or mechanical engineers& technicians who work related to PLC.

· Automation or electrical technicians

Course Prerequisite:

· Basic Electrical Background.

Course Outlines:

Day 1:

· Introduction to PLCs

· Theory of Operation

· What is a PLC and Why Use Them?

· Typical PLC Construction & Components

· Introduction to Siemens PLC400 and PLC history.

· PLC types and vendors.

· PLC Siemens S7-400 hardware components.

· Power supply modules specs and wiring.

· CPU modules specs and installation.

· Digital modules types and wiring.

· Binary and digital operations

Day 2:

· Analog modules types.

· Introduction to communication modules.

· Basic components of Siemens S7 software (programming and configuration environment).

· Hardware configuration and addressing.

Day 3:

· PLC programming basics.

· Ladder programming (logic instructions).

· Timers, counters and clock signals.

· Symbols in PLC program.

· Integrating FCs and FBs

Day 4:

· PLC application organization.

· Using cross reference.

· Using simulator.

· Download and debug applications.

Day 5

· Tracing a Siemens S7 PLC program.

· Logic instructions complete application example.

· Arithmetic instructions complete application example.

· Applications.

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