About PLC Course

A Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) is a specialized industrial computer used primarily for controlling and automating electromechanical processes in manufacturing, industrial automation, and various electrical systems.

PLCs are critical components in modern electrical systems and automation, allowing for precise control, increased efficiency, and improved safety in a wide range of industrial applications.

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PLC Course Content


DAY : 1

 Introduction about PLC
 Uses
 Benefit
 Future
 Summary

DAY : 2

 Objectives
 Introduction
 Basic Components and their Symbols
 Fundamentals of ladder diagrams
 Machine control terminology
 Summary

DAY : 3

 Objectives
 Introduction
 A brief history
 PLC configurations
 System block diagram
 Update and solve the ladder
 Update and solve the ladder
 Solve the ladder
 Summary

DAY : 4

 Objectives
 Introduction
 Physical components vs. Program components
 Example – Problem
 Disagreement circuit
 Majority circuit

 Oscillator
 Holding contacts
 Always-ON and Always-OFF contacts
 Ladder diagrams having more than one rung
 Summary

DAY : 5

 Objectives
 Introduction about Relay logic
 I/O Simulation
 Door simulation
 Silo simulation
 Traffic simulation
 BCD I/O simulation
 Bottle line simulation
 Reset simulation
 Reset timer and counter
 Summary

DAY : 6

 Problem on the basis of I/O simulation
 Problem on the basis of Door simulation
 Problem on the basis of Silo simulation
 Problem on the basis of Traffic simulation
 Problem on the basis of Bottle line simulation
 Mixed problems

Career Opportunities

A career in PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) electrical engineering offers numerous opportunities in various industries where automation, control systems, and electrical systems are integral. PLCs are widely used in manufacturing, energy, automotive, and many other sectors.

PLC Programmer

PLC programmers are responsible for designing, coding, and testing control logic for PLCs. They work on creating custom control sequences and ensuring that PLCs operate efficiently and reliably.

Automation Engineer

Automation engineers design, develop, and implement automated systems using PLCs. They integrate PLCs with other components like sensors, actuators, and human-machine interfaces (HMIs) to create comprehensive automation solutions.

Control Systems Engineer

Control systems engineers specialize in designing and optimizing control systems. They work with PLCs to ensure precise and efficient control of industrial processes and equipment.

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