Fundamentals of TIA System Engineering

Fundamentals of TIA System Engineering

May 29 - May 30

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Cost: Free
Spaces: Available

Summary

The workshop begins with “out of the box” hardware whereby the attendee starts from Step 1 and builds a complete integrated and operating system consisting of an S7-1200 PLC, S7-1500 PLC, SINAMICS G120 VFD and Comfort Panel HMI, all networked together with PROFINET.

Details

Demands placed on automation systems and components are increasing faster and faster, challenging customers to adopt new methods and approaches to solving the task at hand. Join us for this in-depth, fast-paced instructor-led workshop conducted by a Certified Siemens Automation Specialist, and learn how to efficiently engineer an automation system solution using the TIA Portal.

Agenda:

This is a 2 day workshop. Check in at 8:45am, workshop will begin at 9:00am and run until 5:00pm each day.

This workshop will be held in the third floor Lake Superior conference room. Please take the elevators in the lobby to the third floor. Sign in with the Receptionist in the Siemens office and you will be directed to the Lake Superior room.

Hands-on: Experience first-hand the tools and technology

You’ll work Live and Online with the TIA Portal – a single engineering framework for controllers, distributed I/O, HMI, drives, motion control, and motor management to provide unparalleled performance and results. The workshop begins with “out of the box” hardware whereby the attendee starts from Step 1 and builds a complete integrated and operating system consisting of an S7-1200 PLC, S7-1500 PLC, SINAMICS G120 VFD and Comfort Panel HMI, all networked together with PROFINET

Target Audience:

Intermediate and Advanced level PLC and HMI programmers using Rockwell, Modicon, and others.

What you will learn:

  • The TIA Portal layout, engineering software packages, and how to create a project
  • How to commission S7 hardware, including S7-1200 and S7-1500 PLCs with local and PROFINET remote IO
  • Details of the S7 PLC memory structure and how to create a program using recommended best practices
  • How to integrate a SINAMICS general purpose drive, commission it, and control it via the PLC as a motion axis
  • How to integrate an HMI and transfer data, error reporting, system diagnostics, and user messages from the PLCs
  • How to leverage the integrated project management and commissioning support tools

Topics

  • 1. Introduction to the TIA Portal
    a. Project Components
    b. Project Structure
    c. Creating a Project
    2. SIMATIC S7 Hardware and System Architectures
    a. S7 CPU Families
    b. ET200 I/O Families
    c. S7 Architecture Examples
    3. Hardware Configuration
    a. Adding a Station
    b. Using the Devices and Networks editor
    4. Introduction to programming the S7 PLC
    a. CPU Memory and Address areas
    b. The PLC Scan
    c. Program Structure
    5. Efficient Program Management
    a. Managing Large Programs
    b. User-Created Program Elements
    c. Local Variables and Parameter Passing
    6. Configuring PROFINET Remote IO
    a. How PROFINET works
    b. Configuring Remote IO devices
    c. Using Intelligent IO devices
    7. SINAMICS G120 Overview
    a. Drives and Engineering Tools overview
    b. Integrating a Drive into a Project
    c. Controlling the Drive from the PLC
    8. WinCC Introduction
    a. Adding a new HMI to the project
    b. Defining connections and Tags
    c. Runtime Options
    9. WinCC Configuration
    a. Using Common Configuration Components
    i) Adding and Managing Screens and Templates
    ii) Adding and managing Pop-up and Slide-in screens
    b. Navigating the Program Elements
    10. The WinCC Message System
    a. Message Classes and Groups
    b. Displaying System Diagnostics Messaging
    11. Project Management Tools
    a. Using and Managing Libraries
    b. Version Typing
    c. PLC Proxies
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Location

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Perrysburg
12710 Roachton Road
Perrysburg, OH 43551