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Courses and Descriptions

PLCS-2111PLCs 2

This is an intermediate PLC programming course which is designed to allow students to program, interface, and troubleshoot real-world processes using an Allen Bradley Micrologix 1200 PLC. Safety is a major component of this course and covers factory floor safety including lockouts. Students will be introduced to powerful PLC functions including PID controller, sequencer, quadrature encoder high speed inputs, analog signals, and visual basic, and these functions will be used to form complex control of factory processes. Students will be introduced to functions and methods used to trouble shoot a complex program and associated hardware. They will learn noise reduction techniques, grounding, and panel layout of PLC control systems. Human machine interface is introduced, both in software and hardware. Different hardware protocols and busses are introduced. Students will be introduced to future developments in the PLC area.

Prerequisites

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