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A Programmable Logic Controller, PLC or Programmable Controller is a digital computer used for automation of electromechanical processes, such as control of machinery on factory assembly lines, amusement rides, or light fixtures. The abbreviation “PLC” and the term “Programmable Logic Controller” are registered trademarks of the Allen-Bradley Company (Rockwell Automation). PLCs are used in many industries and machines. Unlike general-purpose computers, the PLC is designed for multiple inputs and output arrangements, extended temperature ranges, immunity to electrical noise, and resistance to vibration and impact. Programs to control machine operation are typically stored in battery-backed-up or non-volatile memory. A PLC is an example of a hard real time system since output results must be produced in response to input conditions within a limited time, otherwise unintended operation will result.

COURSE CODE: ITR-201 COURSE DURATION: 6 WEEKS COURSE OBJECTIVE:
  1. Introduction To Automation
  2. Why We Need Automation
  3. Evolution In Industrial Automation (A Brief History)
  4. Different Type Of Industrial Control Mechanisms)
  5. Introduction to PLCs
  6. PLC Advantages over Microcontrollers
  7. Area of Applications
  8. DATA Flow During Automation
  9. Motor Drives Introduction & Their Need
  10. Sensors Introduction & Their Need
COURSE CONTENT
ABOUT PLC TRAINING COURSE:

The PLC or Programmable Logic Controller will thoroughly cover PLC Programming, PLC Installation, Selection of PLC, Wiring different types of PLC. In this Students or Professional can learn different PLC Software and PLC Simulators which is used in the industries for Various Applications

APPLICATIONS OF PLC:
  1. Industrial Monitor and Controller
  2. Wheat Mills
  3. In Hospital
  4. and Many more
CHAPTER 1: PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS (PLCS): AN OVERVIEW
  1. Programmable Logic Controllers
  2. History of PLC
  3. Basic Parts of a PLC
  4. Principles of Operation
  5. Modifying the Operation
  6. Block Diagram of PLC
  7. Selection of PLC
  8. Complete Industrial Automatic System (Intro. SCADA,HMI, AC, DC ,VFD , AFD etc )
  9. Block Diagram of Explanation of Above
  10. Examples of Automation System
  11. Advantages of automation/merits of automation
  12. Push buttons
  13. PLC’s Today
  14. PLC Manufactures
CHAPTER 2: COMPARISON OF PLC WITH OTHER CONTROL MECHANISM IN INDUSTRY.
  1. PLC Vs. Relay
  2. PLCs versus Computers
  3. PLC versus Microcontroller
  4. Advantages of PLC
  5. Limitations of PLC
  6. PLC Size
  7. PLC Applications
  8. Labs: Overview of PLC Panel
CHAPTER 3: PLC SECTIONS IN DETAIL
  1. The I/O Section
  2. Discrete I/O Modules
  3. Analog I/O Modules
  4. Special I/O Modules
  5. I/O Specifications
  6. Input modules
  7. Output modules
  8. Typical Discrete I/O Module Specifications
  9. Typical Analog I/O Module Specifications
  10. Processor, controller or (CPU)
  11. Power supply
  12. PLC Operation
  13. Relay – Types and Specifications
  14. Contactor – Types and Specifications
  15. DOL starter
  16. Forward-reverse starter
  17. Star-delta starter
  18. Labs: Identification and Testing of PLC Components:
  19. C, NO Switches, Relay, Contractor, Use of MultiMeter
CHAPTER 4: PLC H/W, S/W INTERFACE AND MEMORY TYPES
  1. Hardware Contacts Vs Software Contacts
  2. Hardware, Software Output Status
  3. Sensors and their types
  4. Criteria to choose a sensor
  5. Classification of sensor
  6. Inductive sensors
  7. Capacitive sensors
  8. Thermal sensors
  9. Optical sensors
  10. IR sensors
  11. Acoustic wave sensors
  12. Pressure sensors
  13. Proximity Sensors
  14. Interfacing of sensor with PLC
  15. Applications of sensor
  16. Memory
  17. Programming Terminal Devices
  18. Recording and Retrieving Data
  19. Labs: Testing of Contactor , Holding Inching with Contractor,
CHAPTER 5: REVIEW ON WATER LEVEL SENSING USING PLC
  1. Abstract
  2. Key terms
  3. Proximity sensors
  4. Working
  5. Flow Chart
  6. Block diagram
  7. Cross-sectional view of tank
  8. State diagram
  9. Truth table
  10. Wiring diagram
  11. Ladder diagram
  12. Conclusion
CHAPTER 6: PLC DELTA MODEL NO. OR ALLEN BRADLEY NO. OR SIEMENS
  1. Overview
  2. Front View : Image
  3. PLC Connecter, Contactors and Conventions.
  4. Wiring of PLC
  5. Input/output module
  6. Power supply
  7. Communication type
  8. Indicators and Other Options (View in PLC) in PLC
  9. How to Read PLC Manual
CHAPTER 7: REVIEW OF NUMBER SYSTEMS AND CODES
  1. Decimal System
  2. Binary System
  3. Negative Numbers
  4. Octal System
  5. Hexadecimal System
  6. Binary Coded Decimal (BCD) System
  7. Gray Code
  8. ASCII Code
  9. Parity Bit
  10. Binary Arithmetic
CHAPTER 8: FUNDAMENTALS OF LOGIC
  1. The Binary Concept
  2. AND, OR, and NOT Functions
  3. The AND Function
  4. The OR Function
  5. The NOT Function
  6. The Exclusive-OR (XOR) Function
  7. Boolean Instructions
  8. Developing Logic Gate Circuits from Boolean Expression
  9. Producing the Boolean Equation for a given Logic Gate Circuit
  10. Hardwired Logic versus Programmed logic
  11. Programming Word Level Logic Instructions
  12. Labs : Implementation, Verification and Testing of Logic Gates of PLC
CHAPTER 9: BASICS OF PLC PROGRAMMING
  1. Processor Memory Organization
  2. Program Files
  3. Data Files
  4. Program Scan : Input Scan ,Program Can ,Output Scan
  5. PLC Programming Languages
  6. PLC Instructions: Classification
  7. Relay-Type Instructions
  8. Instruction Addressing
  9. Branch Instructions
  10. Internal Relay Instructions
  11. Programming Examine If Closed
  12. Examine If Open Instructions
  13. Entering the Ladder Diagram
  14. Tips for Writing Ladder Programming.
  15. Rising and Falling Edges
  16. Set or reset
  17. Concept of Memory Bit
  18. Interlocking between two switches
  19. Labs :Practicing of Basic Program with Memory Bits and Interlocking Techniques
CHAPTER 10: PROGRAMMING TIMERS
  1. Basic of Timer
  2. Timer :Simple Delay
  3. Timer: On Delay
  4. Timer: OFF Delay
  5. Retentive Timer Delay
  6. Cascading of Timer
  7. Applications of Timer
  8. Labs : Practicing of Timer
CHAPTER 11: PROGRAMMING COUNTERS
  1. Basic of Counter
  2. Up Counter
  3. Down Counter
  4. Up-Counter Counter
  5. Application of Counters
  6. Labs : Practicing of Counter
CHAPTER 12: COMPARISON INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Equal Instruction
  2. Not Equal Instruction
  3. Less Then Instruction
  4. Less Than or Equal to Instruction
  5. Greater Then Instruction
  6. Greater Than or Equal to Instruction
  7. Masked Comparison for EQL
  8. Limit Test
  9. Labs : Practicing of Compare Instructions
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