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SIMATIC S7-Service & Maintenance Course Part 1
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5 Days
Next Course Date
19 February, 2024
Registration Procedure
1 Complete the registration form below this page.
2 Make payment for the course using the payment link below.
3 Course Registration must be completed 2 weeks before training commencement.
4 Course Registration details would be sent to your email latest 24 hours before commencement of training.
Course Overview

This course introduces the customer to a Siemens S7-300
and 400 automation systems. Participants will build skills on
commissioning and troubleshooting PLC.

Students will learn how to navigate STEP7 software, use the
built-in diagnostics tools and perform basic program
modifications. The course format is a combination of instruction
and hands-on exercises.

A realistic industrial process is used for demonstrations and
participant exercises. Exercises allow students to practice tasks
such as testing, debugging and using diagnostic tools.

Course Content

» SIMATIC S7 System Family overview
» Installation and maintenance of a PLC
» The SlMATIC Manager software package
» Hardware configuration
» Hardware commissioning
» Block architecture and Program Editors
» Symbols
» Binary Operations
» Digital Operations
» Introduction to Profibus DP
» Program documenting, saving, archiving and retrieving.
» Basic Troubleshooting.

Course Prerequisite

A basic ability to use a Windows PC, keyboard and mouse to
open and close programs, locate files, drag, drop, copy and
paste objects. A basic understanding of electrical components
such as switches and solenoids would be very useful.

Course Benefits

» Identify the components and performance characteristics
of the SIMATIC S7-300/400 PLC
» Install a PLC system, including the communication
cabling and wiring of I/O.
» Use the various address types to edit, reload, structure and
run a program. Document, test, and basically troubleshoot
the control system and its program.
» Diagnose and repair simple hardware problems.
» Utilize binary operations, timers, counters, comparators, and
arithmetic operations for program modifications.
» Use the diagnostics buffer tools to resolve plant
related issues.

Completion of this course satisfies part of the examination entry requirements for the Siemens Certified Service Technicia n Levels 1 and 2. This training course is not appropriate for trainees using S7-200, S7-1200 or S7-1500 based systems.
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