Allen Bradley PLC Programming Course

Discover Allen Bradley PLCs: Programming, Ladder Logic, Troubleshooting, Communication Solutions & More. Enroll Now!

Mastering Allen Bradley PLC Programming for Industrial Automation

Are you ready to take your industrial automation skills to the next level? Introducing our Allen Bradley PLC Programming course, where you'll gain in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience with one of the most widely used PLC systems in the industry.

In this comprehensive course, offered by IIPD Global in Dubai, you'll learn the ins and outs of Allen Bradley PLC programming, mastering essential software and hardware components. Get ready to dive into the world of Rockwell Automation and explore the powerful Studio 5000 software, designed to program and configure Allen Bradley PLCs.

About Course

Our experienced instructors will guide you through practical exercises and real-world applications, equipping you with the skills to design, program, and troubleshoot industrial control systems with confidence. By the end of this course, you'll have a strong foundation in Allen Bradley PLC programming, opening doors to exciting career opportunities in automation and control engineering.

Objectives

Upon completing Allen Bradley's PLC course from IIPD, the candidate should be able to perform the following functions at site.

  1. Locating and identifying the hardware system
  2. Creating a new program
  3. Interpret and understand basic ladder logic
  4. Programming Sub Routines
  5. Troubleshooting I/O Faults
  6. Troubleshooting Communication issues
  7. Making changes to running programs
  8. Going online with the software for monitoring and troubleshooting

Outline

  1. Design of the System and Components
  2. MicroLogix 1400 PLC Anatomy
  3. Software Packages and Versions
  4. RSLogix500 First Look
  5. Controller Properties
  6. Configuring BOOTP DHCP tool for Communication
  7. Selection of Controllers
  8. How to setup RSLinx Classic Drivers
  9. Using RSEmulate for Program Simulation
  10. Testing the program
  11. Controller and Program Tags
  12. Creating interlocks for motor control
  13. Concepts of Timers-TON, TOF, RTO
  14. Concepts of Counters-CTU, CTD
  15. Uploading and Downloading the program to the controller
  16. Online editing
  17. Advanced Math and Data conversion function
  18. Using Compare, Move and Limit functions

Pre-Requisite

  • Understanding of Electrical Systems Knowledge of Automation Systems
  • Engr/Technician Level candidates

Methodology

  • One To One-Hands on sessions¬†
  • On-Line Sessions(Batch)

Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to enhance your professional profile and stay ahead in the competitive automation industry. Register and enroll today to secure your spot in the Allen Bradley PLC Programming course by IIPD Global. Unlock your potential and pave the way to a successful career in industrial automation.

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