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Maintenance: PLCs
241 Basic Programming for PLCs

CourseCode: SOC-241-450140
Length: 1 Hours

Target Audience
Intermediate Level

Basic Programming for PLCs provides an overview of the basic principles, structure, and instructions of PLC programming. Most PLC programs use instructions written in ladder logic, which is a graphical programming language. During programming, PLC programmers enter instructions and save them to the PLC’s CPU. Most program instructions are either input or output instructions. Other common instructions include sealing and latching, one-shot, timer, counter, and sequencer instructions. Program instructions are entered with programming devices while the PLC is in program mode.PLCs are widely used throughout industry and PLC-based automation is continually growing. PLC operators and programmers must understand how PLCs work in order to function effectively and efficiently in this growing field. After taking this class, users will have a foundational knowledge of PLC programming concepts, instructions, and functions.

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Courses Ascending
Intermediate: 201 Introduction to PLCs
Intermediate: 211 Hardware for PLCs
Intermediate: 221 Basics of Ladder Logic
Intermediate: 222 Numbering Systems and Codes
Intermediate: 231 PLC Inputs and Outputs
Intermediate: 241 Basic Programming for PLCs
Intermediate: 251 PLC Counters and Timers
Intermediate: 261 Networking for PLCs
Intermediate: 280 Hand-Held Programmers of PLCs
Advanced: 300 PLC Diagrams and Programs
Advanced: 305 Overview of PLC Registers
Advanced: 310 PLC Program Control Instructions
Advanced: 320 Math for PLCs
Advanced: 330 Sequencer Instructions for PLCs
Advanced: 340 PLC Installation Practices
Advanced: 350 PID for PLCs
Advanced: 360 Data Manipulation
Advanced: 370 Shift Registers
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