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Course Reference
FXMC
Course Duration
3 Days
Documentation
FX Series Programming Maintenance Training Manual.
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Mitsubishi FX Series Maintenance Course

Mitsubishi course has been designed to familiarise Maintenance Engineers and Electricians with the many different aspects associated with the operation and maintenance of the FX series controllers.

Where possible, application specific exercises, actual drawings and programs listings are used to allow the students to gain the greatest possible benefit from the course.

Objectives

To introduce students to the concepts and operation of FX series programmable controllers, including the following areas:

• Locate and replace faulty modules.
• Reload programs.
• Reload programs.
• Implement changes to the program.
• Using MEDOC, GPP, FX WIN or GX      Developer to connect online and monitor      programs to determine plant problems.
Course Content
  
  •  The hardware architecture of the FX range of controllers.

  •  I/O Modules and wiring.

  •  Addresses used in the Mitsubishi FX controllers.

  •  Program structure.

  •  Creating a project.

  •  Convert the program edits.

  •  Loading and save projects to and from the PLC.

  •  Online monitoring and searching.

  •  Demonstrating read and write mode.

  •  Using and creating program documentation.

  •  Editing and modifying programs, inserting, editing lines, inserting steps and       converting.

  •  Instruction set. Relay, maths, move, compare and logic function.

  •  Copying and backing up folders.

  •  Analogue modules and analogue scaling.

  •  Concept of Special devices and registers.

  •  Forcing Facilities.

  •  Using debug for device monitoring.

  •  Diagnosis and resetting faults.

  •  Documentation using the Device comments and rung comments.

  •  Sampling tracing.

  •  Application exercises on your plant programs.