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PSS 4000 - Programming Course

Objective

The aim of the course is to equip delegates with the skills required to configure and programme Pilz Programmable Safety Systems.

Agenda/Contents

  • The structure and variations of the PSS family of controllers
  • Identification of correct installation methods particularly with regard to levels of safety integrity
  • The Importance of correctly installing network cabling
  • Use of  the menu driven software functions of the PAS software, in both the ST (standard) and FS (failsafe) sections of the controller
  • Correct configuration of a PSS system
  • Configuration of a PSS SafetyNET p system and appreciation of the influence of cable length and number of subscribers
  • The role and importance of ISO 13849
  • Correct application of a structured programme
  • Correct application of the Modular Block System (MBS) software
  • Differentiation between errors reported by the operating system and errors reported by the application (MBS blocks)
  • Effective use of the powerful diagnostic tools which are inherent components of the PSS controller

Target group

  •     Planners
  •     Programmers
  •     Project Managers

Prerequisite

Delegates should preferably have a general understanding of PLC Systems

Speaker

A Member of the Services Team

PSS 4000 - Programming Course

Corby, Northamptonshire

Order numbers
Duration 1 Day
09:00 - 17:00
Maximum number of delegates 8
Price £300 + VAT per person
Further informations Lunch and refreshments provided and are included in the price.
Training Form
Dates and Application
On request