Allen Bradley PLC Programming Modules 1&2

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Description

This course will give you experience with programming techniques using program blocks and sub-routines and how to apply them to the Allen Bradley PLC



The Allen Bradley Programming Series provides you with an understanding of Allen Bradley 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. 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.


Allen Bradley Programming Module 1 provides you with an understanding of Allen Bradley PLCs and RSLogix 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. This course is primarily for people who will be working with Allen Bradley PLCs at work but also may be found interesting by anyone interested in Allen Bradley PLCs and how they work . You will learn about Allen Bradley hardware setup, rack assembly, wiring IO cards, expansion addressing, installing and using analogue, RSLogix environment, RSLogix configuration, uploading and downloading, symbol editor, using the Allen Bradley filing system, Micrologix Ladder programming and more.


Allen Bradley Programming Module 2 provides you with a further understanding of Allen Bradley PLCs and RSLogix programming software including advanced programming techniques using mathematics, internal and indirect addressing, advanced instructions and how to apply them in programming. This course is primarily for people who will be working with Allen Bradley PLCs at work but also may be found interesting by anyone interested in Allen Bradley PLCs and how they work . You will learn about mnemonics, PLC and driver diagnostics, OSR, BSL, BSR, MOV, MVM, FLL instructions, RS Linx, RSLogix database, sub-routines and flow control, timers (On/off delay and RTO), counters (CTU and CTD), overflow traps and more.


Throughout the course, you’ll have access to RSLogix 500 and a Live Allen Bradley MicroLogix PLC for you to design, download and test your programs with, 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.


Who is this Course For? 

This course is for anyone who is interested in designing programs for the Allen Bradley PLC using the RSLogix 500 programmer.


Experience Required: 

No previous experience or knowledge is required before attending this course however, we recommend completing our PLC Programming Modules 1, 2 & 3 courses to ensure that you have a full-understanding of industrial programming.


Main Objectives: 

To ensure you are able to understand the basics of Allen Bradley PLCs such as its hardware, wiring and programming components as well as being able to create your own PLC Programs using Allen Bradley Programming Blocks and Sub-routines.


Learning Outcomes: 

At the end of the course, you are expected to have a detailed understanding of the Allen Bradley PLC and RSLogix 500, as well as being able to use Programming Blcoks 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.


Time Limit

This course has no time limit, allowing you to complete this course at a time and pace to suit you. Upon completion of this course, you will still be able to access the course material allowing you to refresh yourself on what has been taught.


Recognised training by: 

Jaguar Land Rover | Toyota USA | UK Royal Mail | Wellstream International | British Engines

BAE Systems | Aquatic Subsea |Unipres | Wienerberger | Pepsi

Topics

What will you learn on Allen Bradley Programming Module 1?

  • Introduction
  • MicroLogix Range
  • Layout
  • CPU Comparison
  • PLC Problems
  • MicroLogix PLC Assembly
  • Wiring
  • Wiring IO Units
  • Filing System
  • Addressing
  • RS Logix 500
  • Contacts XIC and XIO
  • Mnemonics
  • Multipoint Monitor MicroLogix 1000
  • Custom Data Monitor
  • Rung Wrap
  • Configuring the Driver
  • Driver Diagnostics
  • IO Configuration
  • Creating a New Project
  • Your 1st Project
  • View Properties
  • Downloading and Testing
  • Toggle Bit and Force
  • Offline
  • Uploading
  • Symbols and Comments
  • Timers
  • TON - Timer On Delay
  • TOF - Timer Off Delay
  • RTO - Retentive Timer
  • Counters
  • CTU - Up Counter
  • CTD - Down Counter
  • CLR - Clear
  • OSR - One Shot Rising
  • OSF - One Shot Falling
  • Latch and Unlatch
  • Online Edit
  • Integer File - N7
  • Trim Pots
  • Move Data
  • Maths
  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Controller Properties
  • Special Flags
  • Passwords


What will you learn on Allen Bradley Programming Module 2?

  • One Shot - ONS
  • Integer Registers - Bit Access
  • Comparators
  • Maths Overflow & Error Fault
  • Multiply 32 Bit
  • Divide 32 Bit
  • Double Divide
  • Maths Overflow Bit & Carry Flag
  • Taring 
  • FRD - Binary Converted to Decimal
  • TOD - Decimal Converted to Binary
  • MVM - Masked Move
  • MEQ - Masked Comparison
  • JUMP - Flow Control
  • JSR - Sub-Routines
  • FILL
  • Shift Registers
  • Floating Point Maths
  • Exceeding Memory Size
  • Testing Signal Scans
  • Analogue
  • Analogue - PID

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