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Process Automation Controller (PAC) Training


Before seeking PAC training, we recommend you review the article PLC vs PAC Difference

A 3 day industrial automation training seminar to help you go from PLC to PAC (RSLogix 5000 training)

St. Louis Schedule:  Feb 22-24, 2012

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... for on-site PAC training click On-Site RSLogix 5000 Training


What you will learn ...

  • ControlLogix Day 1

    • ControlLogix Overview

    • RSLogix 5000 Introduction

    • RSLogix 5000 Project Basics

    • RSLogix 5000 Tasks, Programs and Routines

    • RSLogix Tags

    • Controllogix 5000 Discrete I/O

    • ControlLogix I/O

  •   ControlLogix Day 2

    • ControlLogix Troubleshooting

    • Working with Forces safely

    • Ladder Logic Instructions

    • Arrays and UDT's

  • ControlLogix Day 3

    • RSLogix 5000 Programming Basics

    • RSLogix 5000 Documentation

    • Navigate a Real-world RSLogix 5000 PAC Program Control

    • Where to find Help

    • Commissioning a processor

What you will receive ...

  • World Class Training

  • Hands On Experience

  • Classroom Handouts on USB

  • Certificate of Achievement

  • The confidence to continue to learn and more.

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We are a Strategic Training Partner for the Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE) and provide AFE members a 10% discount.


 

Seminar Ends 4:30 THURSDAY, book travel accordingly.

(FRIDAY Travel  recommended)

 

St. Louis Schedule:

Feb 22-24, 2012

(5 seats left, Register before 12/31/2011)

 

Or  see our On-Site Training

 

Process Automation Controller (PAC) automation training

Get familiar with the Process Automation Controller (PAC) which is a much different industrial automation and control device than the PLC. This hands-on automation training seminar-workshop uses Controllogix and CompactLogix processor software by Allen Bradley, called RSLogix 5000.

     

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Day 1

Day 2 Day 3

Please Click above respective graphic to see sample from that day.

 

This introductory level hands-on Process Automation Controller training starts with an overview of the Allen Bradley ControlLogix system architecture and an introduction of RSLogix 5000 software. Then the fundamentals of editing ladder logic and an introductory look at the Routines and the Tag Database are covered. Next students are introduced to program control instructions, comparison and math instructions, along with the importance of documenting an RSLogix 5000 project. Students will then move on to configuration of the PLC discrete and Analog Input/Output modules, and the advanced features available in the Tag Database.

 

After building this firm foundation in the Allen Bradley ControlLogix hardware and RSLogix 5000 software, students move on to ControlLogix troubleshooting where they learn about RSLogix 5000 tools that can be used in troubleshooting. Status indicators on ControlLogix I/O and communication modules are also covered.

 

Highlights of this ControlLogix training:

How to troubleshoot more quickly and reliabilyControllogix Hardware and RSLogix 5000 Software Basics

How to troubleshoot more quickly and reliabilyControllogix Communications (Ethernet & RS232)

Backup PLC RSLogix programs, safely upload - downloadPAC Programming Basics

Backup PLC RSLogix programs, safely upload - downloadPAC Troubleshooting, Controllogix Input/Output

Backup PLC RSLogix programs, safely upload - downloadRSLogix 5000 Arrays, Tag Database

Students build confidence to continue their PLC eduction on their own.Small Class Size, Greater Knowledge Transfer.

 

Prerequisite: We Strongly recommend that you participate in our 3 day PLC Troubleshooting seminar before you learn RSLogix 5000 (and PAC), to first get a clear understanding  of Allen Bradley's legacy PLCs and working with PLCs safely and reliably while reducing downtime. Please see, Atlanta, GA, St. Louis, MO,  & Denver, CO

 

If you do not first attend our 3 day PLC Troubleshooting class, you will still need to be familiar with PLC basics while having safe and reliable work habits as a prerequisite to this ControlLogix training. Although this training is at an introductory level, the process automation controller (PAC) is very different than the programmable logic controller (PLC). That is why we require a prerequisite.

Cost: $1450

St. Louis Schedule: Feb 22-24, 2012 (5 seats left, Register before 12/31/2011)

Also please see our On-Site Training

 

Seminar Location ...

 

PLC Training at the Microsoft Building

The Microsoft Building

 3 Cityplace Drive 

St. Louis, MO. 63141 

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This seminar/workshop will be held in the state of the art training  facility located in the Microsoft building next to our office building. (park on 2nd level garage, near garage entrance door, Training room on 2nd floor. Driving direction). Drury Inn & Suites just 1/2 mile down the road at 11980 Olive Blvd, Creve Coeur, Missouri, 63141

 

 

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