CCP154 Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 4
- Offerings: Trainings
- Brand Name: Allen-Bradley
Structured Text /Sequential Function Chart Programming
Gain new project development skills in just two days. This Rockwell Automation® course will teach you how to create tags and program control code. You’ll learn how to program using the structured text and sequential function chart programming languages. And you’ll have an opportunity to translate functional specifications into a sequential function chart.
What You’ll Learn
Upon completion of CCP154, you’ll have the skills and knowledge needed to develop and ControlLogix® /Studio 5000 Designer® projects. Your instructor will demonstrate the procedures required to program with structured text and sequential function charts. And you’ll gain hand-on experience with interactive exercises.
CCP154 Course Agenda
- Programming Assignments, Expressions and Instructions in Structured Text within a Logix Designer Project
- Programming Constructs and Comments in Structured Text within a Logix Designer Project
- Designing a Sequential Function Chart
- Programming a Sequential Function Chart in a Logix Designer Project
- Testing a Sequential Function Chart in a Logix Designer Project
- Storing and Resetting Sequential Function Chart Data in a Logix Designer Project
- Resetting and Pausing a Sequential Function Chart in a Logix Designer Project
Should You Attend?
If you’re responsible for programming structured text and sequential function chart routines in Studio 5000 Logix Designer projects for any Logix5000™, this is the training you’ve been looking for. Your course package will include a student manual and procedures guide to enrich your learning experience.
To successfully complete CCP154 Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 4, you must be able to meet the following requirements:
- Have the ability to perform basic Microsoft® Windows® tasks
- Completed Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 3: Project Development course (Course No. CCP143)
- Have experience with basic Logix Designer projects (navigating the software, creating tags, creating routines, etc.)