Certified PLC and Automation Training [Saturdays]
$302.50 – $383.90
Certified PLC and Automation Training [Saturdays]

Certified PLC and Automation Training [Saturdays]

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Petrel College of Technology

250 Consumers Road

Unit Number 212 (Second Floor)

Toronto, ON M2J 1S5

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Certified PLC and Automation Training



Petrel College of Technology


Who benefits?

Our 8 Weeks (40 hours) Program, Academy to Industry Pathway (AIP) Training is an Intensive, Simple, Hands-On, and yet Efficient training for Engineers with backgrounds in: Chemical, Mechatronics, Mechanical, Electrical.

Our goal is to provide the necessary skills required by engineers in the above majors to learn about Process Automation, Programmable Logic Control (PLC), and Distributed Control Systems (DCS). This course teaches the students the essential steps to implement a control philosophy and translate it to a language that is understandable to the equipment through PLC/PAC Programming.

Course Description

Module 1 (3 Weeks): The 1st module will focus on the skills required to write and test basic application using Ladder logic programming. Simultaneously, the student will learn about functions of Data Acquisition systems, such as Temperature, Pressure and Flow sensors and the process of communicating data to a PLC.

Module 2 (5 Weeks): The 2nd module covers more advanced programming content and applications based on our advanced simulator EMU-5000. This simulation software allows you to practice and develop your programming skills by converting your computer into a fully functioning visual PAC/PLC where you can program, test, and debug you application programs. In other words, EMU-5000 replaces the physical PLC lab, ladder rung editor, and all the electrical components that have, until now, been required to learn PLC programming and operation. EMU 5000 contains special capability for step by step execution, tracing, and many more features.

Flexible After-Hour Timetables
Option 2 Saturday 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Please plan to arrive at least 15 min in advance.

Date and Time:

Option 2 - Saturdays
Start Date: January 14th, 2017 (Saturday)
End Date: March 4th, 2017 (Saturday)

Venue:

Training and Certificate provided by Petrel College of Technology

Location:

Petrel College of Technology

250 Consumers Rd, North York, ON M2J

Unit Number 212 (Second Floor)

Major intersection Hwy 404 and 401

Registration:

Please register as soon as possible, as we have a limited capacity for this training. Minimum 12 students is required to run this training.

For any further questions please contact:

Sina K. Maram at email: sinakm@petrelcollege.ca or tel.: +1 (289) 842-3360 ext. 1228

We certainly look forward to seeing you there!

Have a great day,

ASME Ontario Section, "Discovery Your Passion", www.asmeontario.org




Learning objectives:

• Basic understanding of Programmable Logic Control;

• Interpreting block diagrams;

• Operations of switches and sensors and their communication with PLCs;

• Developing basic ladder logic programs;

• How to specify PLC hardware and installation criteria;

• Multilanguage programming, using: Ladder Logic, SFC; Structured Text and Equipment Phase Programming;

• PLC Programming applications in different industries using EMU-5000 Simulator;

• Multitasking programming for real-time execution, using continuous; periodic and event task.



Class Schedule:

Class # and type Day, Date, Hours

Class 1:

  • Introduction to Digital Control

Saturday January 14th , 2017

Class 2:

  • Programmable Automation Controllers
  • Rockwell Automation software PLC and PAC Family

Saturday January 14th , 2017

Class 3:

  • Distributed Control System
  • Real-time Deterministic Networks: Allen Bradley and Rockwell Networks
  • Wireless Communication

Saturday January 21st , 2017

Class 4:

  • Setting up Communication between PLC and Computer using RS LINX
  • Software Compatibility, Firmware Upgrade

Saturday January 21st , 2017

Class 5:

  • First Program using RS Logix 5000, Debugging syntax errors

Saturday January 28th , 2017

Class 6:

  • Base; Alias; Produced and Consumed Tags
  • Tasks; Programs; Sub-Routines; Continuous Task; Periodic Task; Event Task

Saturday January 28th , 2017

Class 7:

  • PAC a Multilanguage System: Ladder Logic; SFC; FBD; ASCII
  • Typical Event Driven and Time-Based Programming

Saturday February 4th, 2017

Class 8:

  • Bit Instructions, Applications: Latch, Auto-Latch, Jog Function
  • Timers and Counters and Exercise

Saturday February 4th, 2017

Class 9:

  • Compare Instructions and Exercise

Saturday February 11th, 2017

Class 10:

  • Math Instructions: Temperature Converter Exercise

Saturday February 11th, 2017

Class 11:

  • Event Driven Applications
  • Shift Instruction Application
  • FAL-File Arithmetic Logic

Saturday February 18th, 2017

Class 12:

  • Data Collection Using the Stack FIFO-LIFO

Saturday February 18th, 2017

Class 13:

  • First GUI Interface
  • Alarming Screen Setup and Alarm Instructions

Saturday February 25th, 2017

Class 14:

  • Close Loop Control PID Function
  • Application for oil extraction with 3 tanks system using animation, alarm and recipe

Saturday February 25th, 2017

Class 15:

  • Application for oil extraction with 3 tanks system using animation, alarm and recipe

Saturday March 4th , 2017

Class 16:

  • Hands-on Programming Test

Saturday March 4th , 2017

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Canada

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