Series 90-30 System and Machine Edition Training
This class is ideal for:
Personnel responsible for the development, maintenance, and modification of Ladder Diagram control programs for the Series 90-30 PLCs and responsible for the implementation and maintenance of a Series 90-30 system will benefit from this class.
Upon completion of this Course, the student will be able to:
- Describe Programmable Controller components and the functional operation of a PLC.
- Demonstrate the use of Machine Edition software and understand Series 90-30 hardware installation.
- Configure the power supply, CPU, input/output modules, and optional modules into the Series 90-30 system.
- Operate and apply the Series 90-30 instruction set, consisting of Timers and Counters, Math, Relation, Convert Operations, Data Move, Bit Operations, Table Operations and Control Operations.
- Create relay ladder logic program development for the Series 90-30 CPU using Machine Edition software.
- Comprehend Basic diagnostic and troubleshooting procedures on a Series 90-30 PLC.
- Use PLC and I/O Fault Tables as software troubleshooting tools.
Class Dates & Location:
April 23-24, 2013
$695 per seat
Series 90-30 System and Machine Edition Course Agenda
(Schedule and content may vary.)
(Schedule and content may vary.)
|Overview||Machine Edition Configuration Software|
|90-30 Basic System
Basic hardware and scanning operations of the 90-30
Configuring a 90-30 system.
|90-30 I/O System
Basic components and functions of the Series 90-30 Input/Output system.
|Machine Edition Program Software Familiarization
Navigating within the Machine Edition programming software.
|Machine Edition Software
Programming tool options.
Application lab exercise based on a functional specification using relay instructions.
|Timer and Counter Functions
Perform an exercise based on a functional specification using timer and counter instructions.
|Data Operations Group
Perform an exercise based on a functional specification using data operations instructions.
Discussion of the Series 90-30 ladder-based control functions.
|Data Move Functions
Perform an exercise based on a functional specification using data move instructions.
|Fault References and Troubleshooting
Use the tools available in the 90-30 system to troubleshoot a faulty program.
|Bit Operations Group
Perform an exercise based on a functional specification using bit operations instructions.
Discuss Serial, Ethernet and Field Bus communications. Perform exercises based on logic-driven communications and configuration-based communications.
|Wrap-up and Q&A|
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