Course # M1/R - US – Plant iT / brewmaxx

System Maintenance and Configuration based on Rockwell

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Price per Person:
2.300,00 $

3 days. 


  • System overview
  • Working with the process visualisation
  • Working with procedures and recipes
  • Basic principles of automation classes
  • Engineering basics
    - Process visualisation
    - Automation objects
       - Creation of an automation object
       - Parameterisation of automation objects
    - Sequence controller
       - Modification of process messages
       - Modification of sequence parameters
       - Modification of object activations (OCM)
       - Modification of transitions
  • Fault scenarios and fault clearance strategies
    - Physical (Object Level)
       - Digital IO
       - Analogue IO
    - Process (Sequence start not possible, sequence on hold)
       - Step monitoring times
       - OCM errors
       - Sequence interlocks
       - Identify an individual process alarm
    - System
       - PLC communication
       - IO network communication
       - Server fall-out
  • System and process diagnostic possibilities
  • Reload of a PLC/PAC
  • System re-start after network disconnection

The goal of this course is to provide the student with a strong understanding of how to troubleshoot and maintain the ProLeiT system. The course will focus on the review of typical scenarios that maintenance resources will encounter in their day to day job function. Each scenario will include explanation of the troubleshooting methods and brewmaxx graphical interface functions in relation to the process and Rockwell PLC system.

Basic PC skills, process knowledge and basic knowledge of automation equipment. ProLeiT operator training