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FUNDAMENTAL COURSE OF PLC TRAINING SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE TOPICS TIME

First session 01.Introduction of RLC 9.30 AM to 9.50 AM

02.Invention of PLC 9.50 AM to 9.55 AM

03.Introduction of PLC 9.55 AM to 10.05 AM

04.Block diagram of PLC 10.05 AM to 10.10 AM

05.Details of Block diagram 10.10 AM to 10.30 AM

06.Advantages of using PLC 10.30 AM to 11.00 AM


over Conventional elecrtical
relay panel (RLC)

Break Tea 11.00 AM to 11.15 AM

Second session 07.Fieled devices (I/P & O/P) 11.15 AM to 11.20 AM

08.Explaination of Logic chart 11.20 AM to 11.35 AM

09.Logic chart exampleExercise 11.35 AM to 11.50 AM

10.PLC I/P & O/P addressing 11.50 AM to 11.55 AM


Flag defination

11.Explanation of PLC wiring diagram 11.55 AM to 12.00 PM

12.PLC trouble shooting 12.00 PM to 12.15 PM

13.PLC wiring Practical 12.15 PM to 12.45 PM

14.Logic chart example execution 12.45 PM to 1.00 PM


Through PLC

Break Lunch 1.00 PM to 2.00 PM

Third session 15.Loading of PLC Software 2.00 PM to 2.30 PM


(Ladder diagram)
Through PC & Hand-held programer
SCHEDULE TOPICS TIME

16.All Products information (Briefly) 2.30 PM to 2.45 PM

17.Questions & Answers 2.45 PM to 3.15 PM

Break Tea 3.15 PM to 3.30 PM

Fourth session 18.Tests 3.30 PM to 4.00 PM

19. Participants feedback on training 4.00 PM to 4.10 PM

20. Award Cerificates 4.10 PM to 4.20 PM

Still we are having 65 minutes up to 5.30PM

My idia to fullfill remaining time we can add some more practical i.e rectificatin of mismatch wiring
(I/Os) as trouble shooting
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REMARKS

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FUNDAMENTAL COURSE OF PLC TRAINING SCHEDULE

Serial # TOPICS

Theory
1 Switch gear Components & Their Symbols

2 Indicating lamps & Their uses

3 Fundamentals of basic Diagrams

4 Disadvantages of RLC

5 Advantages of PLC

6 Details of PLC Block diagram

7 Types of PLC

8 PLC Configurations

9 Fundamentals of PLC Programming

10 Ladder Logic specifications

11 PLC Inputs & Outputs wiring circuits

12 PLC Inputs & Outputs addressing

13 PLC software development


a. Package version
b. Project creation
c. Ladder editing
d. File saving
e. PC to PLC transfer vice versa
f. Ladder printing
Serial # TOPICS

Practical
14 Execution of Softwares (10 Examples)
a. AND, OR etc...
b.Timer & Counter based Software’s
c.Feed back based Software’s
(With field Sensors)

15 Questions & Answers

16 Tests

17 Participants feedback on training

18 Award Cerificates

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