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Course Reference
TOSMEX
Course Duration
4 Days
Documentation
Toshiba M20/M40/EX100
Programming and Maintenance
Training Manual.
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Toshiba PLC Course
M20 /M40/EX100 Maintenance Course

The course has been designed to familiarise Electricians, Technicians and Maintenance Engineers with the many different aspects associated with the operation and maintenance of Toshiba M20 /M40/EX100 Maintenance 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 M20 /M40/EX100 Maintenance Series programmable controllers, including the following areas:
• Locate and replace faulty modules.
• Reload programs.
• I/O Fault finding.
• Introduction to communications.
• Implement changes to the program.
• Using the TPDS programmer to connect    online and monitor programs to    determine plant problems.
Course Content


  •   The hardware architecture of the Toshiba M20 /M40/EX100 Maintenance range of        controllers.

  •   Processor LED's and indication.

  •   I/O Modules and wiring including sinking and sourcing.

  •   Addresses used in the T Series range of controllers.

  •   Data Formats.

  •   Program structure, introduction to blocks.

  •   First steps with the program.

  •   Downloading projects to the PLC.

  •   Creating an online connection.

  •   Debug online monitoring and searching.

  •   Editing and modifying programs.

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

  •   Using and creating program documentation.

  •   Using the symbols list.

  •   Advanced functions. Load, transfer, maths and compares.

  •   Analogue modules and analogue scaling.

  •   Introduction to special system devices.

  •   Diagnostic information and fault finding.

  •   Data monitoring and setting variables.

  •   Forcing facilities.