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Get to know the SIMATIC S7-1500 PLC - INTRO

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TIA Portal
S7-1500
SCL
V20
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18,09 22,67 

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Course leader
Tomasz Gilewski
Duration 8h
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What do you get when you enrol on a PLC programming course?

You don't have to worry about being inundated with complex information that can overwhelm you. Our INTRO course on SIMATIC S7-1500 PLC programming in SCL has been carefully designed to introduce you to the basics of industrial controller programming. The main objective of this course is to provide you with a solid foundation and introduce you to the essential skills required to work with PLCs. As part of the course, you will get access to a wealth of educational materials, experts and practical exercises to develop your S7-1500 controller programming skills. Join us now and gain valuable experience in the area of PLC programming! As part of the training you will receive:

We present more than 8 hours of material in HD quality, with no time limits. The materials enable you to consolidate your knowledge and solve tasks on your own. You follow the actions of the presenter closely and have the option of repeating them precisely.
During the training course, you will perform a variety of tasks in the TIA Portal environment, discovering its potential. You will acquire a sound knowledge of Siemens PLC modules. By creating projects in TIA Portal, you explore the complex functionality of this platform and acquire comprehensive knowledge of SIMATIC S7-1500 controllers.
Project with TIA Portal made during the course

Siemens SIMATIC S7-1500 PLC programming course, INTRO level - TIA Portal software

Are you interested in PLC programming? Have you never had experience with industrial controllers? Great! This INTRO course is specifically tailored to your needs. You will gain knowledge of the most popular Siemens controller - the SIMATIC S7-1500.

What is the Siemens SIMATIC S7-1500 PLC programming course in SCL about?

Our introductory course on Siemens SIMATIC S7-1500 PLC programming in SCL is a comprehensive coverage of automation and PLC programming. We will make use of the commonly used SIMATIC S7-1500 family controller and the TIA Portal platform. You will gain information on how to properly connect electrical equipment and install software. You will be introduced to the basics of PLC programming, where you will practically use key programming instructions. This is an introductory course that will provide you with the necessary minimum knowledge in the area of industrial automation. Join now and discover the fascinating world of PLC S7-1500 programming in SCL language.

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Key information about the course

Interesting additional tasks

As you complete practical tasks, you will see that programming is not as complicated as you might think.

Preparation for the automation profession

By attending the course, you will immerse yourself in the interesting world of the industry and gain essential industry knowledge.

You will learn the most important steps in PLC programming

You will broaden your competences by drawing on the experience of other programmers.

You will feel like an automation specialist

You will find a tool that will enable you to set up the PLC, create a programme and program the device. At the end, you will see the results of your work.

You learn from the best

You get a comprehensive set of information, which will save you time and avoid basic mistakes in the course of your duties.

Why choose our industrial automation and PLC programming course in the SCL language?

Join us for the INTRO PLC S7-1500 programming course in the SCL language, which stands out for its innovative and proven method, developed on the basis of extensive experience with participants. This course provides a unique opportunity to acquire the practical knowledge necessary to successfully program industrial controllers.

During the course you will learn a number of key skills as we introduce you to the fascinating world of PLC programming. This will help you understand that it's not as complicated as you might think. The lessons are carefully structured, focusing on practical aspects so that you can fully understand and effectively apply the knowledge you have gained to real-world applications.

You will learn to program in the SCL language, which is a powerful tool for creating advanced controller programs. You will also become familiar with the TIA Portal development environment, which will enable you to use advanced configuration and programming features.

During the course, you will master, among other things, the configuration of the S7-1500 PLC modules and the creation of simple programs on the SIMATIC S7-1500 family PLC.

No previous programming experience is required. Our course has been specifically designed for both those who are new to PLC and those who want to expand their knowledge and skills.

Join our community of learners and start a fascinating journey through the world of PLC S7-1500 programming in SCL language. Now is your chance to start your adventure in industrial automation and gain the necessary knowledge to become an expert in this field. Sign up for the INTRO course today!

Works on any operating system Implementation of the free PLC S7-1500 course in SCL language is possible on any Windows computer. No specialist PG field is required. All you need is to have a computer. Such an option not only saves money, but also enables you to get a quick start in the learning process.
You do not need to buy any additional equipment The PLC S7-1500 course in SCL is available for implementation on real hardware or in a virtual environment such as the PLCsim simulator. It offers flexible choices without the need for a physical controller. It is a convenient way to learn PLC programming.
You don't spend money on software The PLC S7-1500 course in SCL is delivered in the professional TIA Portal environment, which can be downloaded free of charge. The full functionality of this tool is available for 21 days, allowing you to learn effectively without incurring additional costs for the software.
You work in peace and quiet You can do your internship at a dedicated 'training station' at a time and place of your choice. There is no need to attend on-site classes.
You gain practical knowledge During the course, you will gain the ability to configure and program with a commonly used Siemens PLC - the SIMATIC S7-1500. This is a popular choice for beginners and works effectively in a variety of applications.
SCL programming language During the INTRO course PLC S7-1500 in SCL you will discover the process of creating code in the commonly used text language SCL. This will facilitate the learning and programming of the SIMATIC S7-1500 controller.
You don't have to write everything down The INTRO SIMATIC S7-1500 PLC course in SCL is available online, which means learning without time or location restrictions. You have full freedom to access the material, repeat lessons and deepen your knowledge. Make the most of it!

Example lesson from the course

What is the training in SCL programming of the SIMATIC S7-1500 controller in the TIA Portal environment?

The most important news is that you have the option of doing the exercises yourself on your computer.

The S7-1500 in SCL course offers a range of practical PLC programming tasks. Participants use a tank object, which is simulated in the programme, to practically apply PLC programming.

During the course, participants perform programming exercises in the SCL language and understand the applications of PLCs in the context of industrial processes.

Initial tasks include creating the project in TIA Portal, testing the signals and dividing the application into modules. The focus then shifts to controlling the valve and traffic lights, and running the valve on an edge.

The main topics of the course include creating global constants in PLC tags, using temporary and local variables, calculating tank volumes, creating variables in a data block and implementing manual mode functions.

The course introduces participants to the basic operations of SCL programming and teaches the practical application of these skills in industrial process control.

Participants also learn fundamental programming instructions and techniques such as conditional instructions, mathematical instructions, variable handling, time handling and the use of various function blocks. These skills enable the development of tank applications, implementing a variety of functionalities related to the control, monitoring and management of industrial processes.

The table of contents has been carefully designed to form a logical thematic sequence.

Part 1 - Preparation
  • Module 1 - downloading the development environment
    • Lesson 1 - Registration on the Siemens website
    • Lesson 2 - Which files to download
    • Lesson 3 - Installation of the TIA Portal software
    • Lesson 4 - Installing the PLCsim simulator
  • Module 2 - Licence
    • Lesson 1 - Activating a TRIAL licence
    • Lesson 2 - Activating a full (floating) licence
Part 2 - Foundations
  • Module 1 - Elementary instruction - PLCsim simulator
    • Lesson 1 - First project and PLCsim programming
    • Lesson 2 - Overview of the object/task
    • Lesson 3 - Symbolic names
    • Lesson 4 - Test of input/output signals
    • Lesson 5 - Starting PLCsim from an existing project
    • Lesson 6 - Assignment instructions
    • Lesson 7 - AND instruction
    • Lesson 8 - OR instruction
    • Lesson 9 - Combination of OR and AND statements
    • Lesson 10 - Layout with holding
    • Lesson 11 - Conditional instruction IF
  • Module 2 - Additional tasks
    • Lesson 1 - Task 1 - AND gate
    • Lesson 2 - Task 2 - OR gate
    • Lesson 3 - Task 3 - NOT gate
    • Lesson 4 - Task 4 - NAND gate
    • Lesson 5 - Task 5 - NOR gate
    • Lesson 6 - Task 6 - XOR gate
    • Lesson 7 - Task 7 - AND-OR gate (connection)
    • Lesson 8 - Task 8 - Lighting control
    • Lesson 9 - Task 9 - Staircase - control
    • Lesson 10 - Task 10 - Controlling the lighting in front of the garage
    • Lesson 11 - Task 11 - Highlighting in the shop
Part 3 - Introduction
  • Module 1 - Essential instructions - PLCsim simulator
    • Lesson 1 - Memory M (Markers)
    • Lesson 2 - Clock byte
    • Lesson 3 - Structured/modular programme
    • Lesson 4 - Signal edge detection
    • Lesson 5 - Data types
    • Lesson 6 - Watch table
    • Lesson 7 - Writing values to a variable
    • Lesson 8 - Organisational block OB100
    • Lesson 9 - FIXED
    • Lesson 10 - Converting data types
    • Lesson 11 - Mathematical calculations
    • Lesson 12 - Temporary variables
    • Lesson 13 - Incrementing a variable
    • Lesson 14 - Data blocks
    • Lesson 15 - Using a variable from the DB
    • Lesson 16 - Comparison operations
    • Lesson 17 - Counter
    • Lesson 18 - Timing
  • Module 2 - Additional task - Tank
    • Lesson 1 - Discussion of task content
Part 4 - actual equipment
  • Module 1 - Mechanical assembly
    • Lesson 1 - Assembling the classic modules
    • Lesson 2 - Electricity classic CPU
    • Lesson 3 - Switching on the classic system
    • Lesson 4 - Documentation - Connection
    • Lesson 5 - Connecting the power supply - COMPACT version
    • Lesson 6 - Power connection assembly - ET200sp enclosure
  • Module 2 - PG/PC and PLC preparations
    • Lesson 1 - Configuring the SIMATIC Field PG computer
    • Lesson 2 - Searching for a device on the network
    • Lesson 3 - Adapting the CPU in use
  • Module 3 - PLC Progamming - Actual
    • Lesson 1 - Assigning an IP address and a network name
    • Lesson 2 - First project - COMPACT housing
    • Lesson 3 - Coding - COMPACT housing
    • Lesson 4 - What to do when the wrong version of a module/extension card has been added
    • Lesson 5 - Auto-detection - COMPACT housing
    • Lesson 6 - Auto-detection - ET200sp enclosure
    • Lesson 7 - Coding - ET200sp enclosure
Part 5 - Theory
  • Module 1 - TIA Portal
    • Lesson 1 - Integration of engineering software
    • Lesson 2 - Centralised engineering structure
    • Lesson 3 - Intuitive - efficient - future-oriented
    • Lesson 4 - Efficient engineering for beginners
    • Lesson 5 - Compatibility and high level of protection
    • Lesson 6 - Intuitive user interface
    • Lesson 7 - Emphasis on tasks and users
    • Lesson 8 - Task-oriented navigation
    • Lesson 9 - Attractive user interface
    • Lesson 10 - Identical layout in all editors
    • Lesson 11 - SCADA - now simplified
    • Lesson 12 - Visualising the process
    • Lesson 13 - Safety
    • Lesson 14 - Integrating safety
    • Lesson 15 - Efficient engineering for beginners
    • Lesson 16 - Devices and networks
    • Lesson 17 - A "clean" layout for an efficient configuration
    • Lesson 18 - A well-organised view of the web
    • Lesson 19 - Aggregated data
    • Lesson 20 - Easy handling of big data
    • Lesson 21 - Collaborative data management
    • Lesson 22 - High quality design
    • Lesson 23 - Programming
    • Lesson 24 - Efficient programming for fast and flexible solutions
    • Lesson 25 - Intuitive graphic programming techniques
    • Lesson 26 - Intuitive programming in a high-level language
    • Lesson 27 - Controller and HMI interaction (1/2))
    • Lesson 28 - Controller and HMI interaction (2/2)
    • Lesson 29 - Library concept
    • Lesson 30 - Cost optimisation and re-use of know-how
    • Lesson 31 - System diagnostics
    • Lesson 32 - Easy monitoring of installations and components in the program
    • Lesson 33 - Accessing the current status of the system at any time
    • Lesson 34 - Compatibility and high level of investment protection
    • Lesson 35 - Scalability
    • Lesson 36 - Comprehensive engineering for all SIMATIC S7 controllers
    • Lesson 37 - Complex engineering from panel to SCADA
    • Lesson 38 - Password protection
    • Lesson 39 - Protection against unauthorised access
  • Module 2 - S7-1500
    • Lesson 1 - Software vision
    • Lesson 1 - Requirements of the SIMATIC S7-1500 controller
    • Lesson 2 - General automation requirements
    • Lesson 3 - Performance
    • Lesson 4 - Technology Integrated
    • Lesson 5 - Security Integrated
    • Lesson 6 - Design and operation
    • Lesson 7 - Integrated system diagnostics
    • Lesson 8 - Engineering with TIA Portal
    • Lesson 9 - Appearance and operation (1/5)
    • Lesson 10 - Appearance and operation (2/5)
    • Lesson 11 - Appearance and operation (3/5)
    • Lesson 12 - Appearance and operation (4/5)
    • Lesson 13 - Appearance and operation (5/5)
    • Lesson 14 - Performance (1/3)
    • Lesson 15 - Performance (2/3)
    • Lesson 16 - Performance (3/3)
    • Lesson 17 - Integrated technology (1/2)
    • Lesson 18 - Integrated technology (2/2)
    • Lesson 19 - Integrated PID control
    • Lesson 20 - Integrated system diagnostics
    • Lesson 21 - Integrated security (1/4)
    • Lesson 22 - Integrated security (2/4)
    • Lesson 23 - Integrated security (3/4)
    • Lesson 24 - Integrated security (4/4)
    • Lesson 25 - Engineering with TIA Portal (1/3)
    • Lesson 26 - Engineering with TIA Portal (2/3)
    • Lesson 27 - Engineering with TIA Portal (3/3)
    • Lesson 28 - Integrated security
    • Lesson 29 - Summary
8h Knowledge hours
5 Parts of the course
43 Satisfied students

Software and hardware used

CPU S7-1500

They are available in the classic and et200sp housing. The SIMATIC S7-1500 is a modular automation system with medium and higher performance. Different controller versions allow you to match the corresponding application. Depending on requirements, the programmable controller can be expanded with input/output modules for digital and analogue signals, as well as technology and communication modules.

TIA Portal software

Totally integrated automation is a development environment that combines PLC (programming), HMI(visualisation) and startdrive(drive technology).

What will you be able to do after completing the course?

Regardless of your chosen career path, completing this course will contribute to your professional goals and enhance your competence in PLC programming. Learning about the programming topics presented is the first step to taking up a position:

Process automation officer Gain programming and industrial automation skills by attending the INTRO course to become a process control specialist.
PLC programmer The INTRO PLC S7-1500 course in SCL will enable self-programming of PLCs for basic applications such as conveyor systems
Sales Engineer By attending the INTRO course, you will gain an extended technical knowledge of the equipment and its potential applications. This will enable you to give more competent advice to your customers on issues related to PLC control systems.
Product manager Attending the INTRO course will enable you to become more familiar with the potential and functionalities of the SIMATIC S7-1500 series PLC hardware, which will contribute to more effective management of industrial automation-related products.

Bear in mind that merely acquiring theoretical knowledge is only the beginning. In the INTRO course, we focus mainly on the practical application of information. This will enable you to master practical skills more effectively, just by taking the time to process the material and doing the exercises. Through practice, you will consolidate the knowledge you have acquired and gain confidence in programming PLCs from the SIMATIC S7-1500 family in the SCL language. Our goal is for you not only to understand the theory, but also to be able to apply it effectively in practice. We encourage you to actively participate and systematically complete the exercises, which will enable you to achieve better results and appear as a confident and competent PLC programmer.

Guarantee
and certificate

If, after 14 days of purchase, you find that it is not for you, I will refund 100% of the course price. Upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate in two languages - Polish and English.

Frequently asked questions

  • Do I need to have some basic knowledge of programming and PLC?

    No. It's all in the course. We start from scratch.

  • Is it worth starting to learn with a Siemens PLC?

    Yes. Siemens PLCs are in about 95% factories in Poland. The situation is similar in Europe. It is useful to have at least a general idea of this hardware and programming environment.

  • How long will I have access to the course?

    Indefinitely.

  • Does enrolling in a course commit you to anything?

    No. It is voluntary and at 100% for 0 PLN. It is possible to cancel at any time.

  • Is it worth learning PLC programming?

    Everything nowadays lives up to automation to increase productivity and repeatability. Companies want to produce for 24 hours. You need machines and process lines to do all this. Someone has to program this, so you need PLC programmers. If you want to become a PLC programmer, this course would be a good way to start.

  • Why have I created a free course on PLC programming?

    I think that anyone in the automation/electrical/mechanical field as well as pupils and students in these technical fields should familiarise themselves with this subject. Then you will be able to say whether this is for me. Whether I like it.

  • Who is this course for?

    For people WITHOUT programming experience. For people who have no experience with Siemens PLCs. For all those who want to go step by step through the steps involved in the first commissioning of what is now the most popular PLC of the SIMATIC S7-1200 family.

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Get to know the SIMATIC S7-1500 PLC - INTRO

Tomasz Gilewski
Hello, my name is Tomasz Gilewski. I am the founder of PLCspace, author of books on the S7-1200 controller and HMI panels (i.e. Siemens hardware). I have been programming exclusively on Siemens hardware and engineering tools for several years.
Why Siemens?
- My first project in 2007 was an intersection traffic light based on the LOGO! Programmable Logic Relay. While learning the fundamental principles of the hardware and interface, I noticed the simplicity, intuitiveness and speed of integration for various SIMATIC systems. I noticed deficiencies in the form of functionality when working on controllers from other manufacturers.
- It is well known that Siemens automation equipment is robust and durable. Proof of this can be found in the PLCs of the SIMATIC S5 family from the 1980s, which many factories are still using today. P
 
In my 14 years of work, I have learnt every checkbox and what it is used for.
 STEP5, STEP7, MicroWin, LogoSoft Comfort, Starter, WinCC flexible, TIA Portal were the most popular Siemens software. I have gained experience by taking
- participation as a programmer, or more like a software engineer, in around 50 application projects for industries such as food, construction, automotiv, texyl, among others.
- Some of these applications were prototypes.I had to adapt to constant changes in design assumptions , which is quite a difficult task for a programmer. Another challenge was
- implementation of multiple software modifications to already running applications, i.e. the need to analyse the programme code after another programmer.
- I have spent very many hours looking for solutions to problems, parameterisation of various functionalities
Education itself.
 
New versions of engineering tools, firmware and hardware are released periodically. To keep up to date, I participate
- in on-site training at Siemens and its distribution companies
(a) LOGO!
(b) basic and advanced training in SIMATIC S7-300
(c) basic and advanced training in SIMATIC S7-1200
(d) safety training with SIMATIC S7-1500F
(e) visualisation training
- in numerous on-site and online workshops organised by Siemens related to SIMATIC systems.
- reading manuals
Helping others
I have decided to help and share my knowledge and experience with others , especially with those who are taking their first steps in programming. I want to make it easier for them to get to know this world. That is why
- since 2014, I have been running a blog located at s7-scl.pl where I describe various interesting topics about SIMATIC systems
- in 2015, my first book on the basics of S7-1200 programming in SCL language was published
- In later years I wrote several other books on
a)S7-1200 programming in LAD language
b) visualisation on a SIMATIC HMI panel
Provision of classroom training
I am currently active within the PLCspace company, where, in addition to programming work for new applications or upgrades to existing applications, I am involved in providing classroom training in many cities in Poland (Warsaw, Gdansk, Poznan, Krakow) as well as directly at company headquarters for their employees. Training topics include:
a)programming of SIMATIC S5, S7 systems in any programming language
(b)visualisation, i.e. human-machine interface on HMI basic and comfort panels
(c)diagnostics, i.e. everything maintenance staff need to know to keep machines and lines working properly. If a fault occurs, you will find the cause of the downtime in the shortest possible time
(d) communications, where exercises take place to exchange data over the various communication network standards used in industry
e) safety, which translates as machine and process safety. This training covers the most important standards a programmer should know, as well as the configuration of fail-safe hardware and the exercise of safety functions for handling components (e.g. Safety Mushroom).
f)drive engineering where exercises on parameterisation of frequency converters for motor control are conducted
Training is based on Factory IO
- actual mini lines and have several levels of sophistication.
Video courses
I am the author of several video training courses on:
- s5, s7-300/400 s7-1200/1500 controller programming
- visualisation for the Basic and Comfort panels
- diagnosis of classic systems such as the s7-300/400 and new systems such as the s7-1200/1500
- communication based on the new s7-1200/1500 controllers
- safety using SIMATIC S7-1200F
- Drive technology based on MICROMASTER and SIMATIC V20 frequency converters

CPU S7-1500

They are available in the classic and et200sp housing. The SIMATIC S7-1500 is a modular automation system with medium and higher performance. Different controller versions allow you to match the corresponding application. Depending on requirements, the programmable controller can be expanded with input/output modules for digital and analogue signals, as well as technology and communication modules.

It is a modular solution that contains the CPU and IO modules in addition to the power supply. The CPU contains the operating system and the user programme. The user programme is protected against power failure on a SIMATIC memory card that is inserted into the CPU. The user programme is executed in the CPU's working memory. The bus interfaces present on the CPU allow connection to other programmable controllers. Signal modules (SMs) are responsible for the connections of input and output signals to and from the controlled machine. These input and output modules are available for digital and analogue signals at different voltages and currents.
The main advantages are:
Security
- a single solution for standard and security systems.
 
Integrated security features
- protection of intellectual property and investment
- protection against unauthorised configuration changes
- communication protection to ensure the highest system availability
 
Integrated technology
- universal technological features on every CPU
- real-time programme and application diagnostics
- integrated technology functions as standard on all CPUs
- high efficiency of all controllers to minimise costs
 
Integrated system diagnostics
- efficient and effective error analysis
- uniform concept of displayed diagnostics
- reduction in downtime
 
Performance
- increase in productivity by reducing cycle times
- cost savings/assembly/wiring of additional computer equipment
 
Engineering in TIA Portal, design and operation
- investment protection during modernisation
- efficient programming thanks to a flexible programme editor concept
- consistent messages to ensure transparency in the analysis of the system

TIA Portal software

Totally integrated automation is a development environment that combines PLC (programming), HMI(visualisation) and startdrive(drive technology).

The software comes in two versions:
 
  • basic -> allows programming of S7-1200 family PLCs
  • professional -> allows programming of all CPUs supported by the development environment
It is the successor to the SIMATIC Manager package, which has been well-known since the 1990s.
This allows you to effectively and efficiently create designs for control systems in industrial applications. Key features include:
  • drag & drop functionality for symbols, variables, devices
  • readability and intuitiveness of editors
  • intelligent interface for the automation programmer
  • common symbology and data for each device in the project
  • online diagnostics and testing
It is an intuitive programme, easy to learn and trivial to use while working. It provides the highest level of productivity for the engineer. The TIA Portal tool has been developed by Siemens thanks to its many years of experience in designing industrial automation softwares.

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