Studio 5000 PLC Ladder Logic Training. Advanced
What you'll learn
- How to program a project using RS Studio 5000 in the most efficient manner using some of the more advanced instructions and techniques.
- At the end of the course, you will be confident in using RS Studio 5000 with more advanced programming techniques and instructions.
- Confidence in building and modifying your RS Studio 5000 projects.
- Learn how to use Message, GSV/SSV instructions. Compute instructions, Add-on instructions. This is just a sample.
- Computer literacy, knowledge of PLC s in general and knowledge of RS Studio 5000 in particular. Completion of the course Basic ladder programming using Logix5000 will be an advantage.
- This is not a course for beginners. Ensure your basic knowledge by taking the. RS Studio 5000 Training Using PLC Ladder Logic. Basic
This course covers the Studio 5000 Training Using PLC Ladder Logic. Advanced and is for any of you who has some knowledge of Studio 5000 Programming Techniques in any of the 4 platforms where it is used. This software, and the Rockwell Automation platforms that use it, is very powerful and for me is my PLC software and hardware of choice, Very user-friendly.
I shall be your instructor during this training and I have had many years practical experience creating projects and programming PLC's, HMI's, commissioning, and face-to-face training. I also possess a SAQA Further Education and Training Certificate: Measurement, Control and Instrumentation. This is South African but recognized in many countries internationally.
This course is quite advanced so it is not for the novice. It will be to your advantage if you have previously completed the course, Studio 5000 Ladder Logic Training. Basic.
I will show you how to create a project and use programming techniques utilizing the more Advanced instructions
Who Should Take This Course?
This Studio 5000 Ladder Logic Training. Advanced course is designed as a course for users who have had exposure to Studio 5000 but on a basic to intermediate level.
This course is also strongly recommended if you wish to improve your programming knowledge.
This is an advanced course, so if you are a novice user of RS Studio 5000, take the Studio 5000 Ladder Logic Training. Basic first.
Listed below are some of the topics I will cover with you in this course.
Refresher: You will learn how to establish communication between computer and PLC using RSlinx.
Using Bit Shift instructions.
Configuring Message instructions.
Creating Produced and Consumed tags.
Programming a CPT and a CMP instruction.
How to create User Defined Data Types.
The purpose of GSV and SSV instructions.
This is just a short description explaining what you will learn but there is a lot more that you will learn if you take the Studio 5000 Ladder Logic Training. Advanced
There are a number of quizzes that you can complete after each section to help you reinforce your knowledge and gain confidence using the software. There are also some practical labs for you to complete.
At the end of the course, you will feel confident creating and running a project, interrogating an existing project and carrying out necessary changes to a running operation.
The majority of the course consists of video tutorials where I will explain all the different aspects of RS Studio 5000 and demonstrate the use of the software for each of these aspects.
The more you can use the software, the better you will be, Then the next course which will cover Function Block Diagrams and SFC's, will be of real benefit to you.
So if you are really serious about learning Logix5000 using platforms such as controllogix, compactlogix or even Softlogix and you have reasonable knowledge of the software, then this course is for you. Enroll on this course and you can be learning Today.
Who this course is for:
- Instrument and control system technicians and engineers.
- Anyone who has experience of RS Studio 5000 but wishes to advance their knowledge.
I was born in the UK, Educated in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. I am married with 1 daughter, also married and I now have 2 grandchildren.
I studied at Chesterfield College of Technology up to National Certificate level in electrical engineering as well as serving a full 5-year apprenticeship as an Instrument Mechanic. This was followed by an extensive UK career where I was involved in maintenance and commissioning as a Commissioning Engineer travelling to different companies all over the UK. This involved exposure to many different production facilities.
In 1981, I was offered a position as Instrument Foreman with Sasol, Secunda, and this is when I emigrated with my family to South Africa. I was responsible for all instrumentation issues on 5 Sasol units. Sasol is a major PetroChem facility within South Africa
After Sasol, in 1991, I moved to Johannesburg where I was employed at Babcock Engineering and Davy International as Senior Instrument Engineer, overseeing projects in Botswana and in the steel industry.
I obtained my first full-time training position at Fisher Rosemount as Training Manager. presenting courses on the DeltaV and RS3 DCS systems. I was also involved in many commissioning projects involving DeltaV and RS3 DCS systems.
I was then offered a position as Training Consultant with Rockwell Automation with whom I have been associated 18 years even since official retirement. I recently completed a long-term commissioning assignment for Rockwell USA in Nigeria, commissioning a power management system for a gas to liquid project at Escravos.
In 2005, I spent time in Germany at Hirschmann who are one of the world leaders in Ethernet technology. I was the first certified Hirschmann trainer in the whole of Africa.
I also possess a SAQA Further Education and Training Certificate: Measurement, Control and Instrumentation. This is South African but recognized in many countries internationally.
I have completed many courses over the years on Instrumentation, Fisher Control Valves, All the Rockwell systems and networks. In addition, I have received training on Compressor Control, DeltaV DCS and RS3 DCS systems.
My experience is very extensive across many instrumentation and control system fields, particularly PLC’s, Networks and HMI’s.
Throughout my career, I have travelled extensively mainly in Sub Saharan Africa and the Middle East, specifically Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait. In Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Mali, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Botswana. In 2019, I was on assignment in Eritrea giving training on Hirschmann technology. I have also spent some time in Egypt. More recently, I have travelled to Mozambique and Cote D'Ivoire to facilitate training courses.
I am always available for any short to medium-term projects either in a Training or Support capacity.