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TIA Portal SIMATIC S7 troubleshooting


Course type

Siemens TIA Portal


Introduction

Troubleshooting and troubleshooting S7-1200 / 1500/300/400 PLCs and HMI panels.


Target group

Programmers, installers, service and maintenance staff or other PLC users.
 

Foreknowledge

Course module TIAP-BASIS or equivalent knowledge and experience.


Goal

After this training, you will be able to find and eliminate the errors of the SIMATIC S7-1200, S7-1500, S7-300, S7-400 or ET 200 faster. You increase your productivity by reducing system downtime.


Content

  •      Hardware structure of the S7-300 / 400 and S7-1200 / 1500 PLC.
  •      Addressing the variable.
  •      Hardware settings.
  •      Commissioning Profibus DP and Profinet networks with ET200 slave stations.
  •      Backup and restore of HMI panels.
  •      Change the hardware configuration within the TIA Portal.
  •      Download and download PLC and HMI projects.
  •      The operation of the analog signals.
  •      Grounding and wiring.
  •      Test hardware and procedures.
  •      Error types (internal and external errors).
  •      Fault diagnosis with the TIA Portal.
  •      Troubleshooting
  •      Practice exercises.


Duration

2 days

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