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Start Date : 8 Dec,2024

End Date : 12 Dec,2024

Duration : 5 Days

Price : $ 2,190 (SAR 8,212.50)



Modern PLC-based control and automation systems often have improvements and modifications made, resulting in changes needing to be made to the PLC program. This course provides the skills necessary to understand how typical modern industrial PLC and SCADA, UPS, DCS programs work, how to make changes to existing programs and how to create small programs from scratch 



Course Objectives: 

At the end of this course, participants will be able to: 

  • Identify the dangers involved in modifying, existing or creating new PLC, UPS, DCS and SCADA programs 

  • Make changes to existing programs and update ‘back-up’ systems 

  • Demonstrate an understanding of how a complex 

  • PLC program works 

  • Use subroutines to structure programs 



Course Content:

  • Introduction to the Programmable Logic Controller “PLC” 

  • The Role of the Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) 

  • Input Devices 

  • Output Devices 

  • Characteristic Functions of a PLC 

  • Construction of a PLC 

  • PLC Glossary 

  • SCADA 

  • Description of the PLC Software 

  • Operating System and Application Programs 

  • Number Systems and Codes 

  • Logic Concepts 

  • PLC User-Programs 

  • Processing Methods 

  • PLC Languages 

  • PLC Architecture 

  • The CPU Module 

  • The Rack or Bus 

  • The Power Supply 

  • The Memory System and I/O Interaction 

  • I/O Modules 

  • Digital I/O Modules 

  • Digital Input Modules 

  • Digital Output Modules 3-5-2. 

  • PLC System 

  • System Programming and Implementation 

  • PLC System Documentation 

  • Data Measurements and Transducers 

  • DCS 

  • UPS systems 

  • Instrumentation and control systems 

  • Case studies 



Targeted Audience:

The course is designed for those who have an electrical background (for example maintenance electricians). Candidates who subsequently attend more advanced manufacturer-specific programming courses will find that their progress is enhanced by this foundation in PLC and SCADA programming. 

Modern Industrial PLC and SCADA, UPS, DCS Programs

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