BASIC SIMATIC S7 PLC PROGRAMMING
& SUPERVISORY CONTROL AND
DATA ACQUISITION DESIGN
S7-300 Hardware – Project structures for programming and installation – Creating a project – Hardware configuration – Deleting the PLC – Monitoring an on-line program – Creating symbols – Using the symbols in a program – Entering comments – Monitoring and modifying variables – Writing FC blocks – Entering Storage Elements, timers, counters, comparators, etc – Interrupt OB-s – Restart organisation blocks – Diagnostics using ISTACK, BSTACK and the diagnostic buffer – Analogue inputs SCADA Course Content – Introduction – compare SCADA to traditional screens ( Mimic & Mosaic panels ) – Computer Hardware/Software – Examples of SCADA screens – Screen layout -Hierarchy of screens – WinCC design – How to draw shapes, lines, text – How to change colours, size, shape – Drag & drop – Rotate/slip/aligning of symbols – Symbols used for SCADA – Tags – Internal & External – How to : change colour dynamically from a digital tag – make buttons do events, toggling tags – change visibility ( display property ) – Create pump, valves, tank & other industrial symbols – Creating variable fill using analogue tags – Making tank , slider & scale objects – External tags – linking to PLC – Creating full control graphics using WinnCC – Alarm logging – Data logging & trends – Project Networking WinCC & Step 7
- The course is aimed at technical people, supervisors, maintenance managers, engineers & technicians who are involved in Automation. Course is also open to University Engineering students and the general public at large.