Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are used extensively in the automotive industry, material handling warehouses, food processing plants and amusement parks, to name just a few applications. Maintenance individuals need a working knowledge of these systems. Introduction to Programmable Logic Controls will cover the history and development of PLCs, the main parts of a PLC system (how a PLC works, installation wiring diagrams, basic programming symbols and logic) and basic troubleshooting.
41 hours|Entry Level|Included eBook
For individuals who are in the skilled trades, manufacturing or maintenance fields, but are not familiar with PLC or have limited experience with PLCs.
- Explore how and why PLCs were developed
- Know how PLCs work
- Understand where PLC systems are used
- Read PLC installation (hardwire) diagrams
- Analyze the main parts of a PLC system
- Learn basic PLC programming symbols
- Use basic PLC programming Logic
- Understand troubleshooting basics
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