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PLC (Programmable logic Controller)

"A digitally operating electronic apparatus which uses a programmable memory for the internal storage of instructions by implementing specific functions such as logic sequencing, timing, counting, and arithmetic to control, through digital or analog input / output modules, various types of machines or processes."

PLC is a solid state, digital, industrial computer which accepts input from limit switch, proximity sensors, push buttons, potentiometer, temp. sensors etc. It has programmable memory for internal storage of users specific instructions for implementing functions such as timing, counting, logical & arithmetic operations. PLC can have both analog & digital outputs.

PLC use in such as : Chemical / Petrochemical, Manufacturing / Machining, Power, Metals, Food / Beverage, Glass / Films, Mining, Lumber / Pulp / Paper



Course Syllabus

  • Basic Introduction Of PLC
  • Architecture Of PLC
  • Role Of PLC
  • Programming Language Of PLC (Ladder, FBD)
  • Input And Output Module
  • Instruction Of PLC (Arithmatic, Logical, Sequential, Compare, Move, Jump, etc.)
  • PLC Hardware And Software
  • PLC Wiring
  • PLC Sinking And Sourcing
  • PLC Brands (ABB Micro PLC Lm025, Siemens S7-300, Delta Sa2, Mitsubishi Q Series, Allen Bradley 1400)
  • Upload And Download
  • Troubleshooting
  • Small Project Based On PLC

Programmable logic Controller
Programmable logic Controller
Programmable logic Controller


Programmable logic Controller
Programmable logic Controller
Programmable logic Controller


Programmable logic Controller



BASIC PLC POINT

1. INTRODUCTION PF PLC
1.1 HISTORY OF PLC
1.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF PLC
1.3 ARCHITECTURE OF PLC
2. WHY RELAY LOGIC REPLACED BY PLC
3. ROLE OF PLC IN AUTOMATION
4. PLC ADVANTAGES / DISADVANTAGES
5. COMPONENTS OF PLC
5.1 DIGITAL INPUTS/DIGITAL OUTPUTS
5.2 ANALOG INPUTS / ANALOG OUTPUTS
5.3 FRONT PANEL OF PLC
5.4 POWER SUPPLY, CPU, I/O MODULE, COMMUNICATION CARDS
6. PLC MANUFACTURER
7. TYPES OF PLC (COMPACT / MODULAR)
7.1 RELAY
7.2 PNP / NPN OUTPUT TYPE
8. SINKING AND SOURCING CONCEPT OF PLC
9. PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE OF PLC
10. SCAN CYCLE OF PLC
11. COMMUNICATION OF PLC WITH PC, HMI AND SCADA
12. SELECTION CRITERIA OF PLC
12.1 NUMBER OF INPUTS AND OUTPUTS (DI / DO / AI / AO)
12.2 PROCESSOR
12.3 SCANNING
12.4 MEMORY
12.5 WORKING
13. INSTRUCTION OF PLC
13.1 LOGICAL INSTRUCTIONS
13.2 ARITHMATIC INSTRUCTIONS
13.3 BIT INSTRUCTIONS
13.4 COMPARE INSTRUCTIONS
13.5 PID INSTRUCTION
13.6 RTC INSTRUCTION
13.7 PROGRAM CONTROL INSTRUCTION
13.8 ROTATE & SHIFT INSTRUCTION
14. COMMUNICATION
14.1 Cclink Communication
14.2 Third Party Communication
14.3 MODBUS Communication
14.4 RS232 Communication
14.5 RS485 Communication
14.6 GSD Communication
14.7 USB Communication
14.8 Profibus Communication
14.9 Profinet Communication