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Our Curriculum

Programmable Logic Controllers


  1. Overview
  2. Hardware & Architecture
  3. Ladder Logic
  4. Programming Syntax

Duration: 1 day

Visualization (SCADA)


  1. System Overview
  2. Installation/ System Configuration
  3. Communication
  4. Graphics Screen
  5. Design
  6. Tagging
  7. Recipe Handling
  8. PLC interfacing
  9. Alarms
  10. Trends / Graphs
  11. Runtime Setup
  12. Security / Use Administration
  13. Backup
  14. Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Duration: 4 days

Basic Siemens PLC


  1. Introduction to PLC and IEC 61131 Standard
  2. Introduction to Siemens S7 PLC Hardware
  3. Types of S7 PLCs — Micro and Modular PLCs
  4. The PLC Central Processing Unit
  5. Signal (Input and Output) Modules
  6. Selection Criteria
  7. PLC System Components, Installation, and Field device Connections
  8. PLC Number Systems and I/O Addressing
  9. PLC Operation Modes and Scan Cycle
  10. Introduction to Siemens S7 Software
  11. Introduction to Siemens PLC programming languages: LAD | FBD| STL
  12. Programming tools and Operand
  13. Boolean Operations: NO, NC , Interlocking
  14. Developing Control Programs for Process Scenarios (Traffic Light, Sorting & Assembly System, Conveyor Control etc)
  15. Use of Timers & Counters
  16. Uploading, Downloading and a Program
  17. Project Documentation
  18. Archiving & Retrieving
  19. PLC MMC / EEPROM functions
  20. PLC system Fault Diagnosis, Troubleshooting and Maintenance
  21. Hands-‐on practical exercises, simulations & implementation

Duration: 5 days

Advanced Simatic


  1. Introduction to advanced program design concepts
  2. Functions, function blocks and multi-instances (with examples using IEC Timer/Counter)
  3. Jump commands and Accumulator operations
  4. Analog processing. 0-10v devices, 4-20ma, working with and programming Process Scenarios with Transmitters (Level, Pressure, Temperature)
  5. Data Manipulation
  6. Arithmetic instruction
  7. Move Instructions
  8. Jump Instructions
  9. Sub routines & interrupts
  10. Comparators
  11. Communication via MPI with GD table and NETPRO
  12. Memory Indirect addressing
  13. Field Device Communications (Profibus, Industrial Ethernet)
  14. Integration of a drive (MM420) using PROFIBUS DP Configuration and application example using ET200S remote I/O.
  15. Configuration and application example using Micromaster MM420oExtended use of Organization blocks (OB35, OB 86, OB 100, OB 121 etc.)
  16. Using error organization blocks to evaluate Profibus slave downtime
  17. Error management with error organization blocks
  18. Analyzing synchronous errors with organization blocks
  19. Commissioning and monitoring/modifying variables
  20. Linear/structured programming techniques
  21. Debugging a program
  22. Flip flops ƒ Edge detection
  23. Number formats/load and transfer operations
  24. Rewiring of programs
  25. Copying a program to a memory card ETHERNET COMS with S7 Connections
  26. SYSTEM operating with communications
  27. Handling external devices using FDL or FMS
  28. Modifying outputs in STOP state
  29. STEP7 protect secure
  30. Cyclic program execution
  31. Data storage in data blocks
  32. B, I, L stack handling
  33. Analysing S7 diagnostic data.
  34. Cross reference
  35. Break points in a program

Duration: 8 Days

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