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PLC Tutorial 1: PLC Programming From Scratch (PLC I)

This PLC Tutorial course is designed to equip the beginner with the basic tools required to build a full PLC system using ladder logic common to most current platforms without prior PLC programming experience. This course will provide the basic tools necessary for designing a PLC program from scratch to a person with no prior experience.

What you’ll learn
  • You will be able to build a PLC system from scratch by the end of this course.
  • This course ‘s primary and overall aim is to give a novice an understanding of PLC programming, ladder logic, and the inner workings of a standard HMI (Human-Machine Interface).
  • Students can understand the difference between digital and analog signals and how they can be carried into a PLC, processed, and sent out.
  • Students will get sufficiently familiar with a sufficient variety of ladder logic instructions to create a full PLC program from scratch.
  • Students will learn simple, standard control techniques for items such as HOA control, level control, pump control, and PID control loops (on at least an introductory level).
  • Students must gain an understanding of warning and notification programming, as well as the related protection and usability requirements for operators.
  • Students will be introduced to the development of HMI and given a general understanding of how an HMI system operates.
  • In order to complete this course, there is no software, hardware or experience required, but the practice of the techniques discussed on an emulator or live PLC is an important to step towards eventual mastery.
Course Description

This PLC tutorial is designed to equip the beginner with the basic tools required to build a full PLC program using ladder logic common to most current platforms with no prior PLC programming experience.

Using the Rockwell RSLogix 500 and FactoryTalk View Studio software, we will cover topics such as general controls, digital and analog IO, ladder logic programming, alarm / notification handling, HMI, emulation, best practices and more.

Ultimately, we must go through a full, functioning PLC plan and line-by-line HMI to solidify comprehension of the learning goals.

Why Are There Four PLC Courses?

PLC Tutorial 1 Teaches you how to program ladder logic, which is the most common language for PLC programming. The aim is to teach you all you need to know in order to make a PLC do what you want it to do. You are also given all the necessary software to live both CREATE and RUN your own programs-right on your own computer.

PLC Tutorial 2 Requires you to take what you’ve learned to solve the problem unassisted after the increasingly more challenging task. You get a spec and you’re clearly told: “Make it work and don’t advance until you’ve got it.” Then, you’ll be able to watch me solve each. You don’t know exactly how to program by the end-you ‘re a PROGRAMMER.

PLC Tutorial 3 Gives you both knowledge and experience in different HMI / SCADA production environments in FIVE. In the end, you have created many Full visualization (screen) projects that you can actually run on your own machine (and in an interview, SHOW PEOPLE) without any external hardware.

PLC Tutorial 4 This is for heavyweights only. This course teaches you how to program in different settings, using all five IEC programming languages (plus one more). There are also ventures, and you’ve seen it all by the end and have done it all. Nobody can show you anything that you won’t already be familiar with.

Who this course is for:

This course is written for anyone who wants to get functional as quickly as possible with the ladder logic.

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