- 1. Program Development
- a. Describe the function of the seven steps used to design a PLC program. Design a PLC program using a seven-step design process
- 2. Modes of Operation
- a. Describe the operation of a PLC program with manual and automatic modes
- Activity 1 – Operation of manual/automatic modes
- Troubleshoot a PLC program with manual and automatic modes
- 3. Stop Functions
- a. Describe three methods of stopping a PLC-controlled machine
- 4. Program Initialization
- a. Describe the function and operation of the start-up bit and give an application.
- Activity – Enter and edit a PLC program that uses the startup bit to initialize a program.
- 5. Master Control Reset
- a. Describe the functions of a program control instruction
- b. Describe the function of the MCR instruction and give an application
- 6. Subroutines
- a. Describe the function of a subroutine and give an application
- 7. Jump and Label Instructions
- a. Describe the function of the JMP and LBL instructions
- b. Describe the operation of the JMP and LBL instructions
- 8. Add Instruction
- a. Describe two types of files for storing numeric data and give an application of each
- 9. Subtract Instruction
- a. Describe the operation of the SUB instruction. Enter and edit a PLC program that uses the SUB instruction
- 10. Multiply and Divide Instructions
- a. Describe the operation if the MUL instruction. Enter and edit a PLC program that uses the MUL instruction
- 11. Move Instructions
- a. Describe the function of Date Transfer instructions and give an application
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*Please note that these classes are all sponsored by the Franklin County Maintenance Consortium. To receive the discounted price, the class participants must confidentially and securely supply their social security number. *Please note that the check should be made payable to MASCPA and mailed to MASCPA, 160 Roosevelt Ave., Suite 400, York PA 17401. Any company interested in joining the Franklin County Maintenance Consortium, please call Tammy Marcase at 717-843-3891.
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