The Allen Bradley SLC 500 course provides the learners with the skills to write simple software code, configure the hardware and enter comments. Participants will gain confidence in connecting the programming software to the PLC processor and monitoring the PLC software using the live software or a table of variables.
Module 1: Introduction and Overview of the SLC500 System
Basic understanding of a SLC500 project, including an introductory look at routines, data table files, and addressing. An overview of RSLinx software and configuring communication drivers to allow the computer to communicate to the various processors will also be covered.
Overview Hardware; RSLogix 500 Overview; Communications/RSLinx
I/O Configuration and Addressing
Module 2 & 3: Ladder Logic
Introduction to ladder logic fundamentals and core instruction sets are covered, which include timers, counters and comparison instructions.
Bit Instructions; Editing Logic
Timers and Counters
Module 4 & 5: Introduction to the Essential Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Introduces participants to the essential maintenance and troubleshooting related tools available in RSLogix 500 software. Participants will have an overview of the math instructions in the SLC500, and then migrates into maintenance related topics such as searching, forcing and monitoring data.
Comparison Instructions; Math Instructions
Search Techniques; Troubleshooting
Monitoring Data and Forcing
Module 6 & 7: Aspects of Expanding and Organizing a Program
Covers the aspects of expanding and organizing a program through the use of routines and covers the move and logical instructions. Analog inputs are covered, as well as, the ability to scale the inputs with the Scale instruction. File instructions to handle and convert large amounts of data is discussed. Finally, the methods and instructions for communication such as the MSG instruction are covered.
Move and Logical Instructions
Module 8: Scaling and Communication
File instructions to handle and convert large amounts of data is discussed. Finally, the methods and instructions for communication such as the MSG instruction are covered.
Scale Instruction, File Instructions and Communication Instructions.
DESIGNED FOR: Maintenance associates, technicians and engineers.
This course is instructor led.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
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Flat Rate Price $10,800
Pricing is for up to 12 participants. Course delivery options are virtual instructor led or on site instructor led at your site or at Peak Performance's training center. To schedule a dedicated class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will coordinate scheduling based on your preference.
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