When searching for PLC Training, you will find an array of training companies that provide PLC Training. There are many types of PLC Platforms, from Siemens S7, Giddings & Lewis, Square D, GE, Modicon and Rockwell Automation with their ControlLogix 5000 PLC controllers. These are just a few to mention. Basically, all PLCs are made to perform the same primary function, to control automation machines or process control systems. Every manufacturer has his own instruction set for programming, but they can be similar. Communications protocols can very from Ethernet, Control Net, Mod Buss or Profibus and others.
At Control Logic Training we offer hands-on PLC Training. Using Allen Bradley ControlLogix 5000 Controllers (simulators) and Studio 5000 program documentation software. Our programs were designed for Engineers and maintenance technicians. We offer different levels of PLC Training classes, from the basic introductory level to maintenance and advanced programming instruction levels.
Control Logic Training is a Veteran Owned company, providing ControlLogix 5000 PLC TRAINING 8 years now! The instructor has worked with Allen Bradley PLC systems from Allen Bradley’s first PLC1 which came out in 1978, to the PLC2, and PLC5 family and ControlLogix5000 which is their longest running Platform. With over 35 years of experience, providing Rockwell Automation control system integration, programming, and PLC Training. Working with numerous packaging manufacturers and machine builders, keeping current with today’s PLC programming techniques.
The focus is on how PLC’s work, the Control Logix 5000 instruction set, and the diagnostic tools used in troubleshooting today’s manufacturing systems. You will be able to interpret ControlLogix5000 ladder programs and understand the processor scan sequence. The scan sequence is very important to understand, based on the use of Periodic tasks, Event tasks and multiple programs.
Creating communications drivers for different protocols, going On-Line, Upload and Download to your ControlLogix processor. Being able to identify your processor communications protocol, then create a driver to go On-Line, interpret and troubleshoot your PLC systems. Create a project and configure modules both discrete I/O and analog. Perform Offline and On-Line edits.
These are just a few of the things you will learn on the first day. See our entire class descriptions for additional information and class schedules, or please get in touch with us. We’ll be happy to answer any questions.
At Control Logic Training we encourage you to compare other PLC training companies before you commit your training dollars, to programs that cost too much and deliver too little. Other PLC Training companies, offering 4 Day or 4 ½ Day programs and pricing upwards of $2700.00 to $3200.00 or more per student. At Control Logic Training you will see that we offer the best price for a 4- or 5-day class instructor-led PLC Training seminar.
See what we offer and after you’ve made your comparison’s we hope that you will give Control Logic Training the opportunity to train your maintenance and engineering personnel in the most cost effective and comprehensive industrial PLC training available. If after taking one of our PLC training classes, you feel it did not meet your expectations you are welcome to a complete refund.