As a user of SIMATIC PCS 7, you will learn how to use the current versions of Advanced Process Library (APL) and Industry Library (IL) and learn about the advantages of these technology libraries as you do so.
In numerous practical exercises, you will learn how to solve basic automation tasks using the technology libraries.
After attending the course, you will be able to:
Configure basic technology functions with the Advanced Process Library.
Integrate frequency-controlled drives into a PCS 7 project with a standard APL block.
Configure dosing functions with the APL.
Optimize PID controllers configured with the APL.
Configure selected technology functions with the PCS 7 Industry Library.
Integrate graphical objects of the APG (Advanced Process Graphics) Library into your project.
Project managers, project workers
Configuration engineers, programmers
Motivation and positioning of the Advanced Process Library
General engineering functions of the APL
Operating modes in the APL
Interlock functions in the APL
Upgrading of technology libraries
Interaction of APL and basic library
Introduction of AS-specific structure types
Profiles and applications of selected APL blocks
Configuration of dosing functions with the APL
Integrating the G120 with Profinet and the APL block
Introduction to Industry Library
Introduction and positioning, blocks, components
Integration S7-300, multiple control room concept
Profiles and applications of selected IL blocks
Advanced Process Control with the APL
Characterization of controlled systems
Overview of APC tools in the PCS 7 APL
The PID algorithm
Control Performance Monitoring (CPM)
Controller tuning using the PID tuner
Introduction to Advanced Process Graphics
Advanced Process Graphics for user-centered process visualization
Overview of the APG objects
Knowledge of SIMATIC PCS 7 V7.0 or higher, as communicated in the course ST-PCS7SYS, V7.0 and higher.
Project experience with predecessor versions of SIMATIC PCS 7 V7.1.