Part 1 – Allen Bradly (RSLogix 500)
(Non-Interactive Online Course)
- Length: 7 weeks
- Instructor: Dr. Daryoush Mortazavi
- A “Certificate of Completion” will be awarded to you, if you complete at least 60% of the course.
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC’s) have a wide range of applications in controlling machines and processes. You will the standard ladder diagram (LD) programming language and implement it on the Micrologix family of Allen Bradley PLC’s which are programmed using RSLogix500. In this online course you will learn how to emulate your program like when you are running it on a real PLC.
In this introductory course you will get familiar with input/output addressing, basic ladder instructions, timers, counters, sequencers and sequential LD programming, shift registers, and mathematical and logic operation.
our practical activities are implemented using RSLogix500 and RSLogix Emulate 500.
Graduates of this course may be expected to demonstrate their programming skills in design, programming, and commissioning of automation systems.
After successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Design and program ladder diagrams
- Troubleshoot and modify LD logic diagrams
- Develop Ladder Diagram (LD) programs using basic logix instructions
- XIC –| |–, XIO –|/|–, OTE –( ), OTL –(L), OTU –(U)
- series /parallel contacts
- Holding circuits
- Install the RSLogix Micro and Emulator 500
- Structuring programs using Subroutins
- Timer instructions: TON, TOF, and RTO
- Counter instructions: CTU and CTD
- Shift Registers
- Comparison, Computation, Move & logical operation
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Title: Allen-Bradley PLCs – An Emphasis on Design and Application
- Author: Kelvin T. Erickson
- Publisher: Dogwood Valley Press, Edition: 1st (2013)
- ISBN: 978-0-9766259-3-3
Section 1: Introduction
In this section, you will learn about different type of AB PLCs, software and hardware, and basic definitions.
Section 2: Fundamentals of Programming
In this section, you will learn how to use basic logical operations to write a simple program and how to emulate this program.
Section 3: Subroutines, Timers
In this section you will learn about subroutines, and different type of Timers.
Section 4: Counters
In this section you will learn about different type of Counters.
Section 5: Shift Registers
In this section, you will learn about shift left/right registers, bit-wise logical operations and move or copy instructions
Section 6: Move & Logical Instructions
Section 7: Review and Practice
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