PLC Training

Training staff members in PLC systems is becoming very popular due to business interests in the field of automation. PLC systems have been used in many industries. These systems play an important role in the field of industrial automation and are mainly used for electromechanical processes automation. A single system can control several machines. As its name indicates, a PLC is a "Programmable Logic Controller".

Why is PLC Training necessary?

PLC systems or programmable logic controllers are common in every area of the industry. Consequently, it is important that the maintenance staff members are able to operate and perform fault finding in these systems.

For this reason, at AIT we also offer you our PLC Training service for your operators, engineers and technicians. We work with your company by teaching them how to handle and control your PLC system efficiently. We train in different control systems from multiple manufacturers. We also train in various practical solutions for detecting faults in the automation controls and its components.

PLC Training
PLC Training

Our PLC training system will be valuable to anyone involved in the maintenance and handling of control systems that incorporate the PLC.

Our emphasis is on practical, useful skills and their application in the context of the most common industrial situations.

Most of our PLC training system focuses on generating experience and improving maintenance skills that are required when working with PLC systems.

As providers, at AIT we have extensive knowledge and experience in the handling of products from the main PLC systems, such as: Allen Bradley, Siemens, Mitsubishi and others. If your company requires experienced engineers in each of these systems, then AIT’s PLC training system is the ideal solution.

We will train your staff to:

  • Understand the security problems involved in PLC systems.
  • Appreciate the need for safe working practices
  • Understand various industrial control PLC systems, and their typical applications.
  • Understand the logic functions performed using PLC basic instructions.
  • Understand the addressing methods of inputs and outputs of the PLC.
  • Understand the various methods of transmitting signals to and from the PLC.
  • Identify the range of I / O modules available.
  • Recognize control system’s control schemes, instructions list and flowcharts.
  • Use portable programmers and personal computers to interrogate the PLC.
  • Monitor I / O lines to determine the correct operation.
  • Modify timers and counters.
  • Troubleshooting PLC controlled systems.
  • Backup and restore PLC programs.
  • At AIT, we definitely offer you a system, rather than a PLC training service. Contact our executives for further information.

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