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Understanding PLC Electrical Controls Course

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Section 5 - Understanding and Applying PLCs in Electrical Controls

Part 1 (31:33 min)
  • PLC Principles of Operation
  • Ladder Diagrams and the PLC
  • Ladder Symbology and Power Flow: Continuity and Logic
  • Binary Concepts and Number Systems Used in PLCs
  • Input/Output (I/O) System Addressing and Structure
  • Discrete I/O Modules: Interface Installation and Wiring
  • Basic Relay Instructions
Part 2 (33:20 min)
  • Timer Control: ON-delay and OFF-delay Timers
  • PLC Control Circuit Examples and Implementations: Start/Stop Motor Circuit (2-Wire and 3-Wire Control), Wiring and Interfacing to Magnetic Starters, Reversing Motor Control Using a PLC, and Implementation of Timer Control and Interlocking
  • Troubleshooting the CPU and I/O System
  • Isolating Faults
  • Sections to Leave Hardwired for Safety Reasons
  • PLC Preventive Maintenance

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Understanding and Applying PLCs in Electrical Controls

"We looked at video training from several different companies. We liked this video program so much we bought it immediately. They cover everything that we really need to know." - George Cooros, PLC Training Instructor, US Steel Co.

Understanding PLC Electrical Course

This program covers it all—number systems, general PLC operation, and introductory programming. You'll learn how to convert an electromechanical (hardwired) system to a PLC-based system, I/O addressing, and much more!

This program gives maintenance personnel the skills necessary to troubleshoot the controller and determine whether the problem is with the controller, the wiring, or a field device.

PLCs in electrical engineering, What Everyone Needs to Know
    • Low-voltage protection is a must when PLCs are used to control motors—we'll show you how to implement it
    • Learn which sections of the control circuit must be left hardwired
      for safety reasons
    • Follow our step-by-step method of converting a hardwired relay system
      to a PLC-based system
    • Troubleshoot the complete discrete I/O system—from power line
      problems to wiring connections to I/O modules

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