RSLogix5000 Training Using PLC Ladder Logic. Advanced
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RSLogix5000 Training Using PLC Ladder Logic. Advanced

Using Advanced Ladder Logic PLC Programming techniques with Logix5000, using more complex instructions.
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Created by Jeff Sharman
Last updated 5/2020
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This course includes
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 15 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • How to program a project using RSlogix5000 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 RSLogix5000 with more advanced programming techniques and instructions.
  • Confidence in building and modifying your RSlogix5000 projects.
Course content
Expand all 25 lectures 02:33:35
+ Refresher: Communicating between Computer and PLC using RSlinx
2 lectures 12:56


Communication between Computer and PLC.

  • In this lecture, you will see the importance of RSlinx.
  • I will show you how to configure the correct driver for the communication being used.
  • You will also learn how to configure an OPC topic for communication with other software. 

Without this, communication will never be established. Extremely important

Communicating between Computer and PLC using RSlinx
11:35
Communication Summary
01:21

This is to reinforce your knowledge and ensure that you are confident setting up communication.

Controller Communication
1 question

In a 1756-L73 controller, what type of communication is used for 1 on 1 communication between controller and computer?

Controller Communication
1 question
+ Shift Register Instructions
2 lectures 08:05

In this lecture, you will learn how to

  • Copy selected bits from one INT or DINT to  a different tag.
  • Change the position of bits within an INT or DINT
  • Copy selected bits within an INT or DINT to a different position within the same tag.

This is useful when bits within certain devices are not in an ideal position to use in the project.


Preview 06:48
BTD Summary
01:17

This is just to test that you know and understand the purpose of a BTD instruction

BTD Instructions
1 question
+ Compute Instructions
2 lectures 14:45

Here, you will learn.

  • When and how to use a CMP instruction rather than a normal Comparison instruction.
  • When and how to use a CPT instruction rather than normal Maths instructions.
  • How these instructions save programming logic.

Very useful, very popular and really beneficial in your programming design.

Programming CPT and CMP Instructions
12:42
CPT and CMP Summary
02:03

This will reinforce your knowledge on the use of CMP and CPT instructions

CMP and CPT Instructions
2 questions
+ Message Instructions
3 lectures 17:31

You will see how to

  • Transfer data from one controller to another using a MSG instruction.
  • How to configure the MSG and execute the message.
  • Creating the communication path.

This is useful when the data is not urgent or is only required at certain intervals.

Programming an MSG CIP Data Table Read
08:10

Here, you will see how to.

  • Configure a generic MSG to carry out certain tasks
  • Latched diagnostics can be reset.
  • Many other functions can also be configured.

Extremely useful for resetting I/O modules after a fault has occurred and been cleared.

Programming an MSG CIP Generic instruction
06:04
Message Creation Summary
03:17

This is to test your knowledge on the configuration of Message instructions.

Message Instruction Quiz
3 questions
+ User Defined Data Types
3 lectures 24:38

How to create and use a User Defined Data Type(UDT)

  • Creating a UDT from all available existing data types..
  • Creating tags using a UDT as the data type.
  • Creating tag arrays from a UDT tag.

Extremely useful for specific applications within a project.

Preview 09:26
Arrays, User Defined Data Types and Alias Names. Additional
13:10
User Defined Data Types Summary
02:02

This is  just to test your knowledge on the creation and use of a UDT

User Defined Data types
2 questions
+ Produced and Consumed Tags
2 lectures 11:48

You will learn how to.

  • Create a produced tag to be used by multiple consumers
  • Create a path in the Consuming controller to the Producing controller.
  • Create a consumed tag pointing to the Produced tag.

This is useful when you wish to use data from one controller in one or more consuming controllers giving you constantly varying data, unlike a message.

Creating and Using a Produced and Consumed tag
10:04
Produced and Consumed Tag Summary
01:44

This will test your knowledge and understanding of Produced and Consumed tags

Produced and Consumed Tags.
2 questions
+ Using GSV and SSV Instructions
3 lectures 26:12

How to use GSV and SSV instructions.

  • Using a GSV to get certain system values.
  • Using an SSV to set certain system values.
  • Configuring a fault routine.

System status values are not continuously scanned within logix5000. They are obtained or changed only when you need them. Here you will see how.

Creating and Using GSV and SSV instructions in the Ladder Program
11:28

Using GSV and SSV instructions in a fault Routine

  • You can use these instructions with others to create a Fault Routine.
  • The fault routine can be configured to prevent the controller going to fault mode.

The fault record will be obtained with a GSV and the value set with an SSV.


Using GSV and SSV Instructions in a Fault Routine
12:10
GSV and SSV Summary
02:34

Test your knowledge on GSV and SSV instructions

GSV and SSV Instructions
2 questions
+ Creating Add-On Instructions
2 lectures 11:36

Here you will learn.

  • How to configure Local Tags and Parameters within an Add-On instruction.
  • How to configure the Logic within an Add-On instruction.
  • The difference between Local tags and Parameters.

Add-On instructions are used extensively within projects and can save lots of development time if similar logic is used extensively within a project or projects. Here you will see how.

Creating and Using Add-On Instructions
09:03
Add On Instruction Summary
02:33

You will test your knowledge and feel confident using Add On instructions.

Add On Instructions
2 questions
+ Search and Cross Reference for Fault Finding Online
1 lecture 11:36
Searching and Cross Reference Online for Fault Finding
11:36
Requirements
  • Computer literacy, knowledge of PLC s in general and knowledge of Controllogix, RSLogix5000 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. RSLogix5000 Training Using PLC Ladder Logic. Basic
Description

This course covers the RSLogix5000 Training Using PLC Ladder Logic. Advanced now known as Studio5000 with later versions and is for any of you who has some knowledge of Logix5000 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.

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, RSLogix5000 Training Using PLC Ladder Logic. 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 RSLogix5000 Training Using PLC Ladder Logic. Advanced course is designed as a course for users who have had exposure to Logix5000 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 Logix5000, take the RSLogix5000 Training Using PLC Ladder Logic. 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

  • Add-On 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 RSLogix5000 Training Using PLC Ladder Logic. 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. I will not attach the solution, but it will be available on request.

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 Logix5000 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 RSLogix5000 but wishes to advance their knowledge.