PLC111 – Programmable Logic Controllers Introduction

PLC111 – Programmable Logic Controllers Introduction

Not every industrial application demands a complex PLC. A few inputs and outputs are often sufficient to automate a simple application quickly and reliably. A small and simple PLC that has an equally uncomplicated programming language can quickly be learned. After the event, participants can create accurate and clear programs.




Target group

Design Engineers, Plant Engineers, Programmers, Maintenance staff and instructors


  • Basic design and control of a basic programmable logic controller
  • Input and output properties
  • Hardware and software familiarization
  • Programming languages; statement list, ladder and function block
  • Basic command sets
  • Creating, loading and testing industry related sequence programs
  • Creating time delay and counter functions
  • Program editing
  • Fault analysis

The Participant:

  • can read out and create hardware configurations
  • can create logic associations and sequences as PLC programs and commission these
  • can implement modes such as Automatic, Manual, and EMERGENCY STOP
  • can combine various program modules to structured programs
  • can identify and eliminate faults using the status display
  • can identify reasons for machine stoppages with the aid of the PLC program


  • Modern Industrial Pneumatics - Basic (PN111)
  • Experience in operating a PC with a Windows interface


3 days

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