RedVector RVI-10910

ControlLogix®: Troubleshooting

ControlLogix®: Troubleshooting

0.5 hr. Online Course

Level: Intermediate

Item#: RVI-10910

SME: Ralph Hackle

Average Rating

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Downtime is extremely costly in today’s industry. Even when using preventative maintenance and other techniques to eliminate downtime, failure will still occur. This interactive online course will introduce you to ControlLogix troubleshooting process, and the tools used for troubleshooting controller faults and input/output modules. The course will teach how to find and clear faults both manually and through the controller. Being able to quickly and accurately troubleshoot a programmable logic controller system, or “PLC,” is a vital skill for all maintenance technicians. 
Course Objectives
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Describe the process of troubleshooting and recognize the tools used for troubleshooting controller faults and input/output modules 
  • Discuss how to identify and clear controller faults 
  • Identify the difference between major and minor faults and the different troubleshooting steps for each 
  • List the steps on how to clear a fault manually
  • Discuss how to easily locate project elements by searching and cross referencing projects
 
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT: Ralph Hackle
Industrial Training, Inc is owned and operated by Ralph Hackle, who has nearly three decades of experience in industrial control systems, including 19 years of experience designing and implementing training programs. He has developed and/or implemented mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation training across the United States and Canada too. He has partnered with corporations in developing knowledge and performance base training assessments and curriculum. His main focus is striving to meet industries training needs.
Course Reviews (5)
More review question geared toward final exam
By on May, 29, 2020
More review question geared toward final exam.
excellent
By on Jun, 03, 2020
excellent
help topics and type of fault questions don't really add much to the effectiveness of the course
By on Nov, 12, 2019
help topics and type of fault questions don't really add much to the effectiveness of the course.
AN OK COURSE!!!
By on Jun, 05, 2020
AN OK COURSE!!!
Low bid software for this training? At end of course training session ,it does not direct student to what their next course of action should be
By on Jan, 24, 2020
Low bid software for this training? At end of course training session ,it does not direct student to what their next course of action should be.....maybe it should direct the student to the end of course exam? At beginning of course there is a pre-training evaluation exam......though the student may have never previously been exposed to this info..... such a waste of time.....that exam should be after training, not before. Two of the exam questions for this course were identical/redundant.