Troubleshooting PLC Circuits (TPLC)
Develop practical skills to safely troubleshoot electrical equipment and systems containing Programmable Logic Controllers
Learn and determine the operation of PLC circuits using ladder diagrams, wiring diagrams, input/output schematics, and data sheets
Develop a variety of specific techniques for diagnosing malfunctions in circuits containing any PLC make or model
Master effective testing methods and techniques for safely finding opens and shorts in PLC circuits
Perfect your PLC circuit troubleshooting process by troubleshooting more than 60 faults in a safe training environment
Troubleshooting PLC Circuits Features
Skill testing faults
“The software is working out great. It’s worth making sure that our new maintenance people go through the programs and now it’s going to be a mandatory part of their training. I’ve seen the difference in the few people I’ve run through. The more practice I can get these new troubleshooters the better.”Dana M.
4 instructional simulations teach students about the operation and behavior of PLC circuits and ladder programs.
3 unique troubleshooting scenarios develop and master professionals’ troubleshooting skills, featuring:
- PLCs with separate control, digital input, and digital output modules
- DC power supplies and a variety of input components
- Relays and other output components
- In-depth videos and more than 12 hands-on labs deliver information on PLC operations
- Step-by-step guides help users apply new problem-solving techniques to different PLC circuit simulations
- Continual practice and evaluation with additional faults in the Maintenance section
- Printable resources including flowchart, worksheets, diagrams and datasheets
- Electrical and maintenance professionals who need to maintain and troubleshoot electrical equipment and systems containing PLC controls
- Learning skills that are directly transferable to the workplace
- Worldwide use: simulations on resources provided for NEMA and IEC electrical standards
To get the most out of this program, users should have a basic knowledge of electrical theory and should have completed the Troubleshooting Electrical Circuits program.
Troubleshooting PLC Circuits Review
by Jeremy Bujak