PLC301 - Plc Electrical Control Systems
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Plc Electrical Control Systems
The subject will introduce the student to the theory and operation of programmable logic controls and provide a practical application in an automated work environment. Students will learn the theory of relays and relay logic, followed by an introduction to the concepts of ladder logic. Each student will have the opportunity to program a PLC device.
Full credit status towards a college program
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Identify name and describe the operation of components which form the microprocessor.
2. Identify and explain the components and hardware of a Programmable Logic Controller system.
3. Define the principle of operation of the Programmable Logic Controller.
4. Analyse simple electrical circuits in relation to basic logic principles.
5. Identify and demonstrate the memory locations and addresses for the Programmable Logic Controllers including program and data files.
6. Apply computer software for the Programmable Logic Controllers and demonstrate simple operations on the computer.
7. Produce simple application programs on the computer for use with Programmable Logic Controllers.
8. Identify explain and demonstrate the use of specific instructions for the Programmable Logic Controllers.
Essential Employability SkillsThe graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to:
- execute mathematical operations accurately
- apply a systematic approach to solve problems
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