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Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 3: Basic Ladder Logic Interpretation
This course is a skill-building course that provides you with a more detailed
understanding of Studio 5000 Logix Designer® ladder logic instructions
and terminology. This course also provides you with the resources and
hands-on practice required to interpret ladder logic instructions for any
You will have an opportunity to use the Logix Designer application
to perform basic software tasks to meet the requirements of a given
functional specification. In addition to using ladder logic, you will be
introduced to ladder logic techniques, established standards, and common
rules for interpreting ladder logic.
• Reviewing Basic Ladder Logic
• Interpreting Timer and Counter
• Interpreting Program Control
• Interpreting Compare Instructions
• Interpreting Move Instructions
• Interpreting Math Instructions
• Interpreting Expression Handling
• Interpreting Copy and File Fill
• Integrated Practice: Interpreting
Ladder Logic Instructions
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Who Should Attend
Maintainers who need to interpret ladder logic using the Logix
Designer application should attend this course.
To successfully complete this course, the following
prerequisites are required:
• Completion of Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1:
ControlLogix System Fundamentals (Course No. CCP146)
or equivalent experience
• Completion of Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 2:
ControlLogix Maintenance and Troubleshooting
(Course No. CCP153)
• Ability to perform basic Microsoft Windows tasks, such as
using a mouse, browsing for files, opening, closing, sizing,
and moving windows
All technology is provided for student use in the classroom by
Rockwell Automation. It is not necessary for students to bring
any technology with them when attending this course.
To enhance and facilitate students’ learning experiences, the
following materials are provided as part of the course package:
• Student Manual:
– Includes the key concepts, definitions, examples,
and activities presented in this course
• Lab Book:
– Provides learning activities and hands-on practice. Solutions
are included after each lesson for immediate feedback.
• Studio 5000 Logix Designer and Logix5000 Procedures Guide:
– Provides the steps required to complete basic software
tasks that are common to all Logix5000 hardware platforms
Throughout this course, you will have the opportunity to
practice the skills you have learned through a variety of hands-on
exercises. Exercises focus on the skills introduced in each lesson
and are performed on a ControlLogix® workstation.
The skills taught in this course can be applied to all
Next Learning Level
Once you have an understanding of the topics and the skills
covered in this course, you may want to attend specific
training such as:
• Introduction to the Integrated Architecture System
(Course No. CIA101)
• Motion Control Fundamentals (Course No. CCN130)
This is a two-day course.
CEUs Awarded: 1.4
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