- Live Allen Bradley MicroLogix PLC Access,
- Access to Allen Bradley RSLogix 500,
- Offline Course Manuals,
- eLP2 (eLearning Platform 2), our newest virtual learning environment,
- Universal Access (PC, Laptop, Tablet, Mobile Phone),
- Industrial Recognised Certification,
- Interactive Exercises,
- Automated Marking and Reporting,
- Course Tutor Assistance.
By enrolling with us, you will be joining individuals, worldwide and engineers from companies such as Jaguar Land Rover, Toyota, Royal Mail, British Engines, Pepsi and many more. Our courses are recongised by industry and are seen as flexible solutions to learning how to work with PLCs professionally to an industrial degree.
No previous experience or knowledge is required before completing this course however, we recommend completing our PLC Programming Series to ensure that you have a full-understanding of industrial programming.
To ensure you are able to understand the basics of Allen Bradley MicroLogix PLCs such as its hardware, wiring and programming components as well as being able to create your own PLC Programs using Allen Bradley LAD Sections and Sub-Routines.
The Allen Bradley Programming Series provides you with an understanding of Allen Bradley MicroLogix PLCs and the RSLogix 500 programming software including the background of the Allen Bradley PLC, how and where they are used in today’s industry as well as setup and programming techniques. You will also gain an understanding of Allen Bradley MicroLogix PLCs and RSLogix 500 programming software including advanced programming techniques using LAD Sections and Sub-Routines and how to apply them in programming. This course is primarily for people who will be working with Allen Bradley PLCs but also may be found useful to anyone interested in Allen Bradley PLCs.
Throughout the course, you’ll have access to RSLogix 500 and a Live Allen Bradley MicroLogix PLC Training Station for you to download and test your programs, this is to ensure that you fully understand how to work with the software as well as being able to demonstrate how to design routines and programs in the RSLogix 500 environment.
At the end of the course, you are expected to have a detailed understanding of the Allen Bradley MicroLogix PLC and RSLogix 500, as well as being able to use LAD Sections and Sub-Routines.
Course Assessments & Certification:
This training course includes theoretical and practical assessments for you to complete and send to your Course Tutor, there are 2 training certificates for this course:
One x Official Scantime Training Certificate for each module, outlining all of the subjects covered, this is for the industry as proof on what the learner has understood for when working in industrial environments, these certificates are recognised by companies in industry, worldwide.
This course has a 365-day time limit which can be renewed annually as an option. During the time limit, you will have unlimited access to your course.
Access to RSLogix 500 Programming Software
Access Allen Bradley RSLogix 500 programming software, free with Remote Access and use our easy 'how-to' guides to create your very own industrial routines and programs in the Allen Bradley environment.
Interactive Exercises and Decision-making Activities
Interactive exercises allow you to engage further with the e-learning courses, making your learning more 'hands-on'.
Test Your Knowledge at Any Time
Test your knowledge of what you've been taught by completing assessments packed with interactive questions.
Automated Marking and In-Depth Reports
Receive your results as soon as you've completed your assessments. You'll also be able to review your answers, retry the assessment and print your results into an in-depth report that highlights your strengths and weaknesses in your skill set to help you improve.
Free-roaming Navigation and Advanced Search
Free-roaming navigation gives you the flexibility to access any topic at any time. You can also use the 'Search' function to easily look-up any keywords and phrases used throughout the course.
What will you learn on Allen Bradley Programming Module 1?
- What are Allen Bradley PLCs?
- The Allen Bradley PLC Range
- The CPU
- PLC Assembly
- Create a New Project
- Timers - TON
- Timers - TOF
- Timers - RTO
- Counters - CU
- Counters - CD
- One Shot Pulse
- Move Data
- Latch & Unlatch
- Maths - ADD
- Maths - SUB
- Maths - MUL
- Maths -DIV
- Special Flags
- Retentive Memory
- Clock Memory
What will you learn on Allen Bradley Programming Module 2?
- Bit Access
- Sub-Routines for Program Control
- Sub-Routines for Data Handling
- Overflow Bit
- Error Halt
- Carry Flag
- Cross References