SIMATIC S7 PLC Programming S7-1500

Meirc Training & Consulting

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AED 12,564

AED 13,960

Duration: 5 Days
Location: United Arab Emirates
Delivery: Onsite course

Why Attend?
The main aim of this course is to provide the participants with basic knowledge about Siemens PLC Programming, to create or to modify Step 7 PLC programs and to find PLC program faults.


Course Methodology
The course is hands on with great emphasis on the practical aspects of Programmable Logic Controller applications. The course is based around Siemens S7-1500 range of PLCs using TIA Portal.


Course Objectives
The course objectives are to provide the participants with the knowledge and skills to enable them to work with Siemens S7 (1500 / 1200 controller series).
On completion of this course the participant will be able to do the following:
✓ Understand the interaction of the TIA components
✓ Apply classical program development methods
✓ Solve comprehensive programming tasks
✓ Apply system blocks along with blocks from the standard STEP 7 library
✓ Understand, adapt, and expand given STEP 7 programs, including with step sequences and analog value processing
✓ Systematically diagnose and correct hardware and software errors in the SIMATIC S7 automation system with the diagnostic tools of the TIA Portal engineering portal
✓ Use the test functions in Structured Control Language (SCL)
✓ Perform specific commissioning of TIA components

Target Audience
✓ Electrical and instrumentation technicians and engineers


Target Clients
✓ Oil & Gas
✓ Food & Beverage
✓ Cement
✓ Chemical Industry
✓ Mining
✓ Fertilizers
✓ Pharmaceutical Factories
✓ Water and Waste Water station
✓ Customers who already have in their plants S7-1200 / 1500
✓ Note
✓ SIMATIC S7 knowledge


Must have attended the SIMATIC S7 PLC Basic Course.
This course involves practical and hands-on training on real PLC stands.

This course is facilitated by a SIEMENS Expert Trainer from
Dubai Engineering Co.(DECO group)


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