PLC Training at INDWELL:

Our PLC Training course is designed completely from the industrial point of view, where all the examples are live and will throw light on the different PLC based applications used in the industry. Our excellent modules, rich course content, Qualified Trainers and clear teaching methodology will definitely have a strong impact on the student’s careers.


It is an excellent course for freshers or those who have recently started working and who want a course for PLCs from the basic to advance and on a slower track. 


PLC Training Course Topics

PLC Training – PLC Introduction

PLC Training – PLC Fundamentals

PLC Training – Basic principles of PLCs

PLC Training – History of PLCs

PLC Training – Introduction and development of PLCs in the Industry

PLC Training – Difference between relay, contactor & PLC logic

PLC Training – PLC architecture

PLC Training – PLC and process interaction 

PLC Training – Processor, Memory, Power Supply

PLC Training – Introduction to Automation

PLC Training – Advantages and disadvantages of PLCs

PLC Training – Introduction to PLC hardware 

PLC Training – Memory system 

PLC Training – Number systems and codes 

PLC Training – PLC power supply 

PLC Training – PLC Hardware & Architecture

PLC Training – Basic block diagram 

PLC Training – Size and components of PLC systems 

PLC Training – Basic of Digital Electronics

PLC Training – A detail description of different PLC modules & Cards

PLC Training – Various Gates circuits

PLC Training – Addressing

PLC Training – Memory & Data

PLC Training – Why I/O configuration is required? 

PLC Training – Boolean algebra

PLC Training – Digital and Analog Input Output System 

PLC Training – Basic types of discrete I/O systems 

PLC Training – Discrete field devices 

PLC Training – Discrete Input and Output modules 

PLC Training – Introduction to PLCs and exploring the Logic Gate Circuits

PLC Training – PLC Application in various industries

PLC Training – Networking Fundamental

PLC Training – Alternate Ladder Logic

PLC Training – Logic Design

PLC Training – A look at the instructions covered in all the PLCs

PLC Training – Timing Diagram

PLC Training – Block logic

PLC Training – Sequence Bit

PLC Training – Making and understanding of the PLC Programming Language

PLC Training – Numerical Values

PLC Training – Binary number system

PLC Training – Bytes and Words

PLC Training – Boolean Operations

PLC Training – Binary Mathematics

PLC Training – Binary (Integer) Number Types

PLC Training – Signed Binary Numbers

PLC Training – Compliment Numbers

PLC Training – Wiring & Connection with Different field Devices to PLCs

PLC Training – Carry and Overflow Bits

PLC Training – Base Number Systems

PLC Training – BCD (Binary Coded Decimal)

PLC Training – DATA Characterization

PLC Training – ASCII number system

PLC Training – Parity

PLC Training – Programming Devices 

PLC Training – Practicing the Basic, Advance & Industrial PLCs Examples with the help of Ladder Language

PLC Training – Checksums

PLC Training – Gray Code

PLC Training – Binary, octal, decimal and hexadecimal numbers

PLC Training – BCD numbers

PLC Training – Specifying PLC hardware and installation criteria

PLC Training – Describe PLC software structure

PLC Training – Memory Addresses

PLC Training – PLC Memory

PLC Training – Creating Programs with Programming Software’s

PLC Training – Format PLC Memory

PLC Training – Verify program with PLC

PLC Training – System security

PLC Training – Change PLC type

PLC Training – Replace function

PLC Training – Program setting

PLC Training – Program Title   

PLC Training – How the I/O modules are addressed for different PLCs hardware’s

PLC Training – First steps with the ladder programming device

PLC Training – Connection setup

PLC Training – Introducing the basic ladder logic instructions, contacts, coils and PLCs scan  

PLC Training – Data length

PLC Training – Stop bit

PLC Training – Program file

PLC Training – Data File

PLC Training – Bit Level Addressing

PLC Training – Integer Word Addressing

PLC Training – Literal Data Values

PLC Training – File Addressing

PLC Training – Indirect Addressing

PLC Training – Expression Data Values

PLC Training – Bit Memory

PLC Training – Timer Counter Memory

PLC Training – PLCs Status Bits

PLC Training – Status Bits

PLC Training – Function Control Memory

PLC Training – Integer Memory

PLC Training – Floating Point Memory

PLC Training – Basic PLC Function

PLC Training – An introduction to communication options available for the type of PLCs includes also how to find hardware faults and probable causes 

PLC Training – Move Functions

PLC Training – Mathematical Functions

PLC Training – Arithmetic Functions

PLC Training – Advanced Mathematical Functions

PLC Training – Conversions

PLC Training – Ladder logic conversion functions

PLC Training – Array Data Functions

PLC Training – Statistic Functions

PLC Training – Basic block function

PLC Training – Block Operation Functions

PLC Training – Comparison of Values

PLC Training – Comparison Functions

PLC Training – Complex Comparison Expression

PLC Training – Complex Comparison Functions

PLC Training – Boolean Functions

PLC Training – For-Next instruction

PLC Training – Shift Registers

PLC Training – Stacks

PLC Training – Buffers and Stack Types

PLC Training – Sequencers

PLC Training – Basic Sequencer Instruction

PLC Training – Branching and Looping

PLC Training – JMP Instruction

PLC Training – Subroutines

PLC Training – For-Next Loop

PLC Training – End Statements

PLC Training – Fault Detection and Interrupts

PLC Training – Fault Recovery Program

PLC Training – Timed Interrupt Program

PLC Training – Input Driven Interrupt

PLC Training – Immediate I/O Instructions

PLC Training – Input, Program and Output Scan

PLC Training – Immediate Inputs and Outputs

PLC Training – Block Transfer Functions

PLC Training – Programs on PLCs 

PLC Training – BTW Function

PLC Training – BTR function

PLC Training – State Diagrams

PLC Training – Subroutines for the States

PLC Training – Pulse Width Modulated (PWM)

PLC Training – Memory

PLC Training – special I/O modules

PLC Training – Scan Time

PLC Training – Communications

PLC Training – Software

PLC Training – SPECIAL I/O MODULES

PLC Training – Timers and Counters

PLC Training – Compare Instruction

PLC Training – Calculation and Conversion

PLC Training – Logical Instruction

PLC Training – Move Instruction

PLC Training – File Instruction

PLC Training – List Instruction

PLC Training – Program Control

PLC Training – String Instruction

PLC Training – Data type

PLC Training – Advanced Data Communications Procedure

PLC Training – Artificial Intelligence

PLC Training – Analog to Digital Converter

PLC Training – ambient temperature

PLC Training – Application Program Interface

PLC Training – batch processing

PLC Training – battery backup

PLC Training – BCC (Block Check Character)

PLC Training – Basic Input Output System

PLC Training – client-server

PLC Training – core memory

PLC Training – CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check)

PLC Training – data logger

PLC Training – data register

PLC Training – Data Communications Equipment

PLC Training – Debug

PLC Training – DIP switches

PLC Training – Data Link Escape

PLC Training – Duplex

PLC Training – ladder diagram

PLC Training – ladder logic

PLC Training – LRC (Linear Redundancy Check)

PLC Training – LSB (Least Significant Bit)

PLC Training – LSD (Least Significant Digit)

PLC Training – master/slave

PLC Training – multiplexing

PLC Training – multiprocessor

PLC Training – PLC & Simple Relay Controller

PLC Training – PLC Industrial Programming

PLC Training – PLC Simple Ladder Logic Diagram

PLC Training – PLC Connections

PLC Training – PLC Ladder Logic Inputs

PLC Training – PLC Ladder Logic Outputs

PLC Training – How to write medium level PLC programs (using ladder logic)

PLC Training – PLC case study

PLC Training – Normally open and closed contacts.

PLC Training – Relays and their relationship to ladder logic.

PLC Training – PLC outputs can be inputs, as shown by the seal in circuit.

PLC Training – Multiple methods of writing a PLC program.

PLC Training – Boolean algebra Techniques

PLC Training – Complex Gate

PLC Training – Multiplexers

PLC Training – Basic Logic Functions

PLC Training – Basics of analog I/O systems 

PLC Training – Analog field devices, input devices and 

PLC Training – Fundamentals of PLC Programming 

PLC Training – PLC programming steps and languages 

PLC Training – Basic logic instruction 

PLC Training – Motor Forward/Reverse

PLC Training – PLC Scan Cycle

PLC Training – Input and Output Scans

PLC Training – Logic Scan

PLC Training – Program scan

PLC Training – memory types

PLC Training – LATCHES

PLC Training – MASTER CONTROL RELAYS (MCRs)

PLC Training – INTERNAL RELAYS

PLC Training – MCR Instructions

PLC Training – Baud Rate

PLC Training – Parity

PLC Training – Stop Bits

PLC Training – Station Number

PLC Training – Error Checking

PLC Training – Protocol

PLC Training – Communication Port

PLC Training – PLC Model Name

PLC Training – PLC Type

PLC Training – Total Number of Inputs & Outputs Channels

PLC Training – Power Extension Unit

PLC Training – Extension Block, Inputs & Outputs

PLC Training – PLC Output Type

PLC Training – PLC Serial Numbers

PLC Training – Programming Software

PLC Training – Memory Cassette or Display Module

PLC Training – RS-232/RS-422 Converter for PC

PLC Training – USBRS-422 Converter for PC

PLC Training – EEPROM backup

PLC Training – Capacitor backup

PLC Training – Input LED status indicators

PLC Training – PLC status indicators

PLC Training – Output LED status indicators

PLC Training – Optional equipment connector

PLC Training – Expansion Port

PLC Training – PLC Variable analog potentiometers

PLC Training – Output terminal and power supply source terminal

PLC Training – Inputs/Outputs terminal block securing screws

PLC Training – Operating Temperature

PLC Training – Storage Temperature

PLC Training – Operating Humidity

PLC Training – Storage Humidity

PLC Training – Shock Resistance

PLC Training – Noise Immunity

PLC Training – Insulation Resistance

PLC Training – Working atmosphere

PLC Training – Working altitude

PLC Training – Vibration Resistance – Direct Mounting

PLC Training – Vibration Resistance – DIN Rail Mounting

PLC Training – Power Supply

PLC Training – Maximum allowable momentary power failure period

PLC Training – Fuse Rating

PLC Training – Power Consumption

PLC Training – Input Voltage

PLC Training – Input Current

PLC Training – Input switching Current

PLC Training – Response Time

PLC Training – Variable Response Time

PLC Training – Circuit isolation

PLC Training – Operation Indication

PLC Training – Switch Voltage

PLC Training – Rated Current

PLC Training – Inductive load

PLC Training – Current isolation

PLC Training – Open circuit current leakage

PLC Training – Output protection

PLC Training – PLC Status Register

PLC Training – Program capacity

PLC Training – Inputs/Output Configuration

PLC Training – Auxiliary Relay

PLC Training – State Relay

PLC Training – High Speed Counter

PLC Training – Data Register

PLC Training – Main Processing Unit

PLC Training – Analog Potentiometer

PLC Training – Program Memory

PLC Training – Operation Instruction

PLC Training – Writing during Run

PLC Training – Programming tool

PLC Training – Remote debugging of program

PLC Training – Pulse catch function

PLC Training – Pulse output function

PLC Training – Communication and network function

PLC Training – Monitor/test function

PLC Training – Analog function

PLC Training – Communication Cables

PLC Training – Converter and interface

PLC Training – Operation control system

PLC Training – Inputs/outputs control systems

PLC Training – Programming language

PLC Training – Pointer, Nesting, Constant

PLC Training – Hardware Counter

PLC Training – Software Counter

PLC Training – Interpretation

PLC Training – Checking the nameplate

PLC Training – Communication speed setting

PLC Training – Program steps

PLC Training – Calculation of current Consumption

PLC Training – Assignment of inputs and outputs

PLC Training – Concept of assignment

PLC Training – Working atmosphere

PLC Training – Grounding

PLC Training – Installing methods

PLC Training – Rated frequency

PLC Training – Power fuse

PLC Training – Rush current

PLC Training – Power consumption

PLC Training – Input wiring procedures

PLC Training – Input impedance

PLC Training – Input signal form

PLC Training – Input operation display

PLC Training – Sink input

PLC Training – Source input

PLC Training – Change of filter time

PLC Training – Input sensitivity

PLC Training – PLC diagnostics

PLC Training – I/O configuration ERROR

PLC Training – PLC hardware error

PLC Training – Parameter error

PLC Training – Syntax error

PLC Training – Circuit error

PLC Training – Weight & accessories

PLC Training – Input/output extension

PLC Training – PLC Inputs Devices

PLC Training – PLC Outputs Devices

PLC Training – Inside in PLCs

PLC Training – Isolation Barrier

PLC Training – OPTO Isolations

PLC Training – Processing Circuit

PLC Training – OPTO Coupler

PLC Training – PLCs operating Cycle

PLC Training – I/P Image memory in CPU

PLC Training – Logic Processing in UMC

PLC Training – PLC Earthing and control room requirements 

PLC Training – High Security PLC Systems 

PLC Training – O/P Image memory in CPU

PLC Training – Input, Program & Output Processing

PLC Training – What are program Files

PLC Training – Program file function

PLC Training – PLC Safety systems concepts 

PLC Training – Resistance to random hardware failures 

PLC Training – Architectures for safety PLCs 

PLC Training – Objections to standard PLCs used for safety 

PLC Training – Ladder Logic Concepts

PLC Training – Read / Conditional Instructions

PLC Training – Write / Control Instructions

PLC Training – Logical Continuity

PLC Training – Complex Construction

PLC Training – Relay logic to Ladder Logic

PLC Training – Memory Organization

PLC Training – Bit, Nibble, Byte, Word, Double Word, Octal, BCD, Decimal, Hexadecimal, Sign Integer, unsigned Integer, string & Floating Points

PLC Training – Practicing the ladder language and implementation Industrial Application with PLC program on the Different Brands of PLCs hardware’s,

PLC Training – PLC modules and rack 

PLC Training – PLC panel internal wiring and power supply 

PLC Training – Cabling between PLC and field devices 

PLC Training – Cabling PLC and control room computers 

PLC Training – Internal Diagnostic Device

PLC Training – Auxiliary Diagnostic Device

PLC Training – Data Diagnostic Device

PLC Training – Timer Function Chart

PLC Training – Program Organization Unit

PLC Training – Functions, function blocks, and programs

PLC Training – Pragma instruction

PLC Training – How is a project structured?

PLC Training – How do I set up my project?

PLC Training – How can I test my project?

PLC Training – Debugging

PLC Training – Program flow control instructions 

PLC Training – Data load transfer instruction 

PLC Training – Advanced PLC functions 

PLC Training – Additional Online Functions

PLC Training – Function Block Instances

PLC Training – Calling a function block

PLC Training – Libraries

PLC Training – Data types

PLC Training – ASCII communications devices 

PLC Training – Intelligent communications devices 

PLC Training – PLC Installation – Good Practices 

PLC Training – Visualization

PLC Training – Instruction List (IL)

PLC Training – Structured Text (ST)

PLC Training – Sequential Function Chart (SFC)

PLC Training – Function Block Diagram (FBD)

PLC Training – The Continuous Function Chart Editor (CFC)

PLC Training – Ladder Diagram (LD)

PLC Training – Sampling Trace

PLC Training – Breakpoint

PLC Training – Change values online

PLC Training – Monitoring

PLC Training – Single step

PLC Training – Single Cycle

PLC Training – Simulation in PLC software

PLC Training – Log

PLC Training – Networking PLCs 

PLC Training – international standard for programming languages of Programmable Logic Controllers

PLC Training – PLC incorporated on DCS structure 

PLC Training – PLC system options 

PLC Training – Comment

PLC Training – Intelligence Function

PLC Training – Input Variable

PLC Training – Output Variable

PLC Training – Input and Output Variables

PLC Training – Local Variables

PLC Training – Remanent variables

PLC Training – External variables

PLC Training – Peripheral Devices 

PLC Training – Fast response input module 

PLC Training – Counter module 

PLC Training – Future directions with smart instruments 

PLC Training – Variables declaration

PLC Training – Working in the PLC Configuration

PLC Training – PLC Configuration in online mode

PLC Training – What are Global Variables

PLC Training – Network variables

PLC Training – Global Constants

PLC Training – Variable Configuration

PLC Training – Library Manager

PLC Training – Standard Library

PLC Training – Parameter Manager

PLC Training – PLC Browser

PLC Training – Arithmetic instruction

PLC Training – Bit-shift instruction

PLC Training – Bit-string instruction

PLC Training – Field devices and communications 

PLC Training – Backing up current plant data 

PLC Training – Special Function I/O and Intelligent 

PLC Training – Comparison instruction

PLC Training – Selection instruction

PLC Training – Address instruction

PLC Training – Calling instruction

PLC Training – Type conversions instruction

PLC Training – Numeric instruction

PLC Training – BOOL Constants

PLC Training – TIME Constants

PLC Training – DATE Constants

PLC Training – Number Constants

PLC Training – REAL/LREAL Constants

PLC Training – STRING Constants

PLC Training – Variables

PLC Training – Memory location

PLC Training – Data types

PLC Training – BOOL

PLC Training – Integer Data Types

PLC Training – STRING

PLC Training – ARRAY

PLC Training – String functions

PLC Training – I/O allocation 

PLC Training – BCD conversion

PLC Training – Signal generator

PLC Training – Function manipulator

PLC Training – Analog value processing

PLC Training – DDE Communication

PLC Training – Password Protection Options

PLC Training – Master Password

PLC Training – PLC Implementation in Real World 

PLC Training – Project planning and key questions 

PLC Training – Primary loop control and interlocking 

PLC Training – Costs and utilities 

PLC Training – Spare PLCs 

PLC Training – Troubleshooting a typical PLC system 

PLC Training – General overview of PLCs

PLC Training – PLC application in industry

PLC Training – Advantages of PLCs

PLC Training – PLC evolution

PLC Training – Components associated with PLC systems

PLC Training – Most common types of PLC signals

PLC Training – Describe the purpose of a control panel

PLC Training – Define a programmable controller

PLC Training – Design of programmable controllers

PLC Training – PLCs compared to relay logic systems

PLC Training – Describe the application of PLC signals

PLC Training – Explain the difference between a bit and a word

PLC Training – PLC's central processing unit

PLC Training – Memory devices and memory storage

PLC Training – Introduction to data storage and processing

PLC Training – Memory utilization and memory mapping

PLC Training – Detailed information on multiprocessing and PLC scan functions

PLC Training – Purpose of the executive program

PLC Training – Application of buses in a CPU

PLC Training – CPU diagnostics

PLC Training – Differentiate between fatal and non-fatal errors

PLC Training – Advantage of multiprocessing

PLC Training – General classes of memory devices

PLC Training – Types of memory

PLC Training – Define memory protect

PLC Training – Automation Logics

PLC Training – Explain the purpose of memory utilization and how it applies to PLC systems

PLC Training – Describe the scan function

PLC Training – Input/output system for PLCs including discrete, analog, and data Input/output

PLC Training – Principles of remote Input/output and an introduction to scaling and resolution of analog devices and signals

PLC Training – Explain about the purpose of the Input/output system

PLC Training – Describe how Input/output addressing is accomplished

PLC Training – Define discrete inputs

PLC Training – List four tasks performed by an input module

PLC Training – Describe the basic operation of a discrete output

PLC Training – Explain the purpose of data Input/output interfaces

PLC Training – Define analog Input/output

PLC Training – Describe the resolution of an analog Input/output module

PLC Training – Applications for advanced Input/output

PLC Training – Explain the purpose of remote Input/output

PLC Training – Hand-held programming terminals and computer-based software

PLC Training – Application of peripheral devices in a PLC network

PLC Training – Define the term programming terminal

PLC Training – Describe the application of dedicated programming terminals

PLC Training – Types of programming terminals

PLC Training – Purpose of mini-programmers

PLC Training – Computer-based programming terminals

PLC Training – Differentiate between programming software and documentation software

PLC Training – Function of a host computer-based PLC system

PLC Training – Explain the purpose of peripheral devices

PLC Training – Safety precautions when installing PLC systems

PLC Training – Define system layout

PLC Training – Safety measures for PLC installations in control panels

PLC Training – Describe proper grounding techniques for PLCs

PLC Training – Precautions to avoid electrical interference

PLC Training – Cross-talk interference

PLC Training – Input/output installation

PLC Training – Describe the need for Input/output documentation

PLC Training – Leakage current and explain the purpose of bleeder resistors

PLC Training – Explain the field checkout of PLC systems.

PLC Training – Provide periodic maintenance for a PLC system

PLC Training – Troubleshoot PLCs

PLC Training – Describe redundant PLC architecture

PLC Training – Define ladder logic

PLC Training – Explain the purpose of Input/output addresses

PLC Training – Function of soft wiring, branches, and rungs

PLC Training – Write a ladder logic program

PLC Training – Run a ladder logic program using simulator

PLC Training – Examine on and examine off'

PLC Training – Purpose of a latching relay instruction

PLC Training – Differentiate between an internal output and an actual Input/output output

PLC Training – Describe the operation controller scan

PLC Training – Programming restrictions

PLC Training – Define nesting

PLC Training – Why safety circuitry is important in ladder logic systems

PLC Training – types of Input/output addressing

PLC Training – Types of relay logic timers

PLC Training – Basic types of PLC timers

PLC Training – Function of a time-driven circuit

PLC Training – Differentiate between an ON-delay and an OFF-delay instruction

PLC Training – Write a ladder logic program using timers

PLC Training – Operating principle of retentive timers

PLC Training – Explain the purpose of cascading timers

PLC Training – Define reciprocating timers

PLC Training – Types of mechanical counters

PLC Training – Basic types of PLC counters

PLC Training – Write a ladder logic program using CTU, CTD, and CTUD

PLC Training – Explain the terms underflow and overflow

PLC Training – Function of an event-driven circuit

PLC Training – Design an up/down counter

PLC Training – Cascading counters

PLC Training – Advantages of combining timers and counters

PLC Training – Master control relay

PLC Training – Purpose of a zone of control

PLC Training – Function of zone control latch

PLC Training – Write a ladder logic program with a subroutine

PLC Training – Purpose of first failure annunciators

PLC Training – Differentiate between a JSR and a JMP

PLC Training – Advantage of using subroutines

PLC Training – Use the FORCE instruction for troubleshooting

PLC Training – Explain the operation of a mechanical drum controller

PLC Training – Basic function of a PLC sequencer

PLC Training – Explain how time-driven sequencers operate

PLC Training – Operation of event-driven sequencers

PLC Training – Derive a sequencer chart

PLC Training – Define the term matrix

PLC Training – Purpose of masking

PLC Training – Types of sequencers

PLC Training – Write a ladder logic program using on line editing

PLC Training – Purpose of a move instruction

PLC Training – Basic types of registers

PLC Training – Define the term sign bit

PLC Training – Operating characteristics of a register-to-register move

PLC Training – Differentiate between a file-to-word and a word-to-file move

PLC Training – Purpose of a table-to-table move

PLC Training – Operation of a shift register

PLC Training – Write a ladder logic program using MOV

PLC Training – Transfer data between memory locations

PLC Training – Data comparison

PLC Training – Explain the Addition function

PLC Training – Subtract two numbers using a PLC

PLC Training – Multiply and divide two numbers

PLC Training – Define the terms scaling and ramping

PLC Training – Use the Square Root instruction

PLC Training – Write a program combining math functions

PLC Training – Convert hexadecimal numbers to binary and binary numbers to hex

PLC Training – Differentiate between natural binary and Binary Coded Decimal

PLC Training – Describe the purpose of parity bit, Gray code, and ASCII code

PLC Training – Apply truth tables to troubleshooting digital circuits

PLC Training – Logic gates

PLC Training – Basic operation of an inverter

PLC Training – Purpose of Boolean algebra

PLC Training – Apply logic gate combinations to PLC control

PLC Training – Convert digital logic to ladder logic

PLC Training – Advanced PLC programming languages

PLC Training – Graphical languages

PLC Training – Sequential Function Chart

PLC Training – Function Block Diagram

PLC Training – Text-based languages

PLC Training – Structured Text

PLC Training – Instruction List

PLC Training – Numerous programming examples

PLC Training – Problem-solving techniques

PLC Training – Real-world applications

PLC Training – Purpose of the programming standard and its application in industry

PLC Training – Text-based languages and three graphical languages

PLC Training – Basic programming and operating characteristics of Sequential Function Chart

PLC Training – Main parts of a function and explain their application in Function Block Diagrams

PLC Training – Write a simple Structured Text program

PLC Training – Differentiate between IL programming and ST

PLC Training – Define online editing

PLC Training – Types of topology

PLC Training – Types of bandwidth used in data highway systems

PLC Training – Define response time

PLC Training – Proprietary networks

PLC Training – Purpose of Manufacturing Automation Protocol (MAP)

PLC Training – Advantages of using Ethernet

PLC Training – Purpose of network switching

PLC Training – Various number systems used by PLCs

PLC Training – Negative binary numbers, parity bit, Gray code, and ASCII

PLC Training – Explain the operation of the binary number system

PLC Training – Express a negative number in binary form

PLC Training – Differentiate between least-significant bit and most-significant bit

PLC Training – Add and subtract binary numbers

PLC Training – Multiply and divide binary numbers

PLC Training – Convert binary numbers to decimal and decimal numbers to binary

PLC Training – Count using the octal number system

PLC Training – Convert octal numbers to binary and binary numbers to octal

PLC Training – Hexadecimal number system

PLC Training – Write a program using number system conversion

PLC Training – Ladder programming in PLC

PLC Training – Selection of PLC

PLC Training – PLC system architecture

PLC Training – Basic Hardware & Operation of PLC

PLC Training – Electrical Automation

PLC Training – Electronic Automation

PLC Training – PLC Automation

PLC Training – HMI Automation

PLC Training – SCADA Automation

PLC Training – Drive Automation

PLC Training – AC Drive Automation

PLC Training – DC Drive Automation

PLC Training – Servo Drive Automation

PLC Training – Define the term data highway

PLC Training – Describe the term protocol as it applies to PLC systems

PLC Training – Maintenance & trouble-shooting of PLC

PLC Training – Introduction to PLC hardware

PLC Training – Introduction to PLC software

PLC Training – Concept of flag

PLC Training – Introduction to PLC programming software

PLC Training – Detail programming instruction

PLC Training – Standard procedure to be followed in ladder logic

PLC Training – Hands on experience on plc programs

PLC Training – Program assignments for real time application


Process Automation Training

Process Automation Training – Industrial transmitters / Industrial sensors used in industrial applications

Process Automation Training – Position sensor, Photo electric, proximity sensor, magnetic sensor, encoder working principle, types selection guidelines

Process Automation Training – Flow measurement, basic, working principle, types, selection guidelines

Process Automation Training – Pressure measurement, basic, working principle, types, and selection guidelines

Process Automation Training – Load measurement, load cells basic, working principle, types, and selection guidelines

Process Automation Training – Level measurement, working principle, types, and selection guidelines

Process Automation Training – Solenoid valves, control valves, smart transmitters

Instrument transformers (CT, VT)

Process Automation Training – Process control basics, closed & open loop control

Process Automation Training – Process controllers, PID