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PSS 4000 Programming and Service Workshop

Goals
Participants familiarize themselves with the benefits of component-based programming on the PSS 4000  automation systsem. In addition, information is provided on the control of functions from the automation system with I/O modules and options for communications via SafetyNETp.

Assumption

  • Basic knowledge of electrical engineering
  • Experience with the setup and maintenance of machinery controlled by PLCs
  • Students are required to provide their own computers and PAS4000 software

Contents
Simple and versatile configuration even of distributed control systems is illustrated using the software platform PAS4000. Sample exercises for the training system are created and tested.

Overview:

  • Basics of EN/IEC 61131-3 programming and the various programming languages
  • Introduction to state-of-the-art safety technology
  • Physical design: devices, connectors and cables
  • System architecture and networking
  • Safety-related communications; SafetyNET p network configuration
  • Communication between safety and automation
  • Familiarization with Pilz Automation Suite (PAS4000)
  • Basics in PASmulti Program Editor
  • Examples of component-based programming with exercises
  • Basics in SafetyNET p
  • The basics of Ethernet; physical properties: topologies, extension of networks
  • Diagnostics options and simple troubleshooting
  • Connection to various communication systems

Canton, Michigan

Order numbers PSSP-BAS
Duration 3 Days
Start: Day 1, 8:30 AM End: Day 3, 4:00 PM
Maximum number of delegates 6 attendees
Price Please call 734-354-0272 for pricing information.
Further informations Please call 734-354-0272 with additional questions.
Dates and registration
Dec 5, 2017 - Dec 7, 2017
Contact

Pilz Automation Safety L.P.
7150 Commerce Boulevard Canton
Michigan 48187
USA

Telephone: +1 734 354-0272
E-Mail: info@pilzusa.com

Technical Support

Telephone: +1 877-PILZUSA (745-9872)
E-Mail: support@pilzusa.com