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Siemens PLC Training for Beginners

  • Categories PLC
  • Duration 10h
  • Total Enrolled 21
  • Last Update July 31, 2020

About Course

This training course designed for the engineers who are interested to learn the basic Siemens PLC programming using S7-300 PLC.

Description

The main objective of this course is to provide a novice understanding of PLC programming, ladder logic and familiarize enough with a variety of ladder logic instructions to develop a PLC program.

Course Details

  • Siemens PLC Programming based on S7-300
  • Course Validity: 180 days
  • Course Level: Beginners
  • Language: English (India)

What Will I Learn?

  • Learn all basic PLC Instructions
  • Write PLC Programs from scratch.
  • Work on PLC software and simulators to acquire real-time knowledge.
  • Assignments to gain hands-on experience.
  • It would help to understand the PLC programs.

Topics for this course

41 Lessons10h

Introduction

Introduction to PLC10:09
Types of PLC08:06

Programming

Basic Concepts

Latching

Memory Concept

Bit Logic

Timers

Comparators

Counters

Arithmetic Functions

Converters

Program Control

Shift and Rotate

Status Bits

Word Logic

Exercise

Quiz

Assignment

About the instructor

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4 Courses

36 students

Student Feedback

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Very helpful to learn all the siemens plc instructions and programs.

Explained in easy way. Thank you.

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Material Includes

  • Demo-Software
  • Course Videos
  • Practice Questions

Target Audience

  • Graduates who aspire to be an Automation Engineer by honing their skills.
  • Electrical and Instrumentation graduates who would like to build up their career in the field of Industrial Automation.
  • Beginners who want to learn the in-depth concepts of Automation technology and master themselves in the concepts of Industrial Automation.
  • Experienced Engineer who wants to leverage their skills with new trending technologies.
  • Students who are looking out for their career as PLC Programmers.