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A-650: Allen-Bradley PLC-5/Level Three Analog I/O & PID Maintenance & Troubleshooting

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A-650COURSE DESCRIPTION

This 32-hour, 4 day training program is designed to provide engineering and maintenance personnel with a functional understanding of Analog I/O hardware and software and operation of the PID instruction in the Allen-Bradley PLC-5 programmable logic controller.  The course consists of hands-on experience utilizing the 1771-IFE, 1771-OFE analog modules and the PLC-5 Programmable Controller.

TOPICAL OUTLINE

  • Analog Concepts
  • Intelligent Module Overview
  • 1771-IFE Analog Input Module
  • 1771-IL Isolated Analog Input Module
  • 1771-OFE Analog Output Module
  • Analog I/O Configuration and Installation
  • Analog Calibration and Troubleshooting
  • Block Transfer Programming
  • PID Control Concepts
  • PID Parameters and Configuration
  • PID Operation and Troubleshooting
  • Overview:  N Series Analog I/O Modules

COURSE HARDWARE

Allen-Bradley PLC-5, 1771-IFE, 1771-OFE and N Series Analog Modules.

PREREQUISITE

Students should have successfully completed Intellect course A-510 (PLC-5 Level One) and Intellect course A-520 (PLC-5 Level Two) or have a working knowledge equivalent to the course descriptions. This course is not intended for students who do not have the background described above.

COURSE LENGTH

32 Hours / 4 days

CEU’s

2.9

OBJECTIVES

Persons successfully completing this course will be able to:

  • Install and configure analog I/O modules
  • Access and interpret diagnostic information
  • Troubleshoot and calibrate analog I/O modules
  • Understand the use of block transfer instructions
  • Troubleshoot and tune PID loops

NOTE

The training program includes application projects utilizing industrial hardware and simulators.

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