PID Loop Development and Tuning
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PID Loop Development and Tuning
Brand Name Rockwell Automation
Features and Benefits

Award-Winning, Performance-Based Training from Rockwell Automation

To achieve peak manufacturing performance, you need technologies and processes driven by highly trained employees.

Ongoing training is an important component of a strategic approach to maintenance, and constantly improving human and process performance consistently translates into increased job productivity and overall plant profitability.

Course Purpose You will create and develop a process model; calculate proportional, integral, and derivative gains; verify gains using ladder diagram; practice PID programming in function block diagram and learn how to autotune typical PID loops. This course enables you to develop an understanding of process control by allowing you to practice PID control methods for the majority of systems encountered on the job. Although it does not provide you with all skills needed for every situation, it does prepare you for further process control classes with more specialized applications and design involvement.
Course Run By Rockwell Automation
Duration 1
Prerequisites To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required: • RSLogix 5000 Level 1: ControlLogix Systems Fundamentals (Course No. CCP146) or equivalent experience The following skills and knowledge are helpful: • Experience using function block diagram programming language or attending training (Course No. CCP152) • Knowledge of automation systems • ISA Process Control Fundamentals training, or equivalent experience
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Topic Outline Hands-on practice is a necessary part of learning. This course offers hands-on opportunities to perform fundamental process control methods. Using a hardware workstation, you will practice programming and configuring function block diagram using RSLogix 5000. Ladder diagram will be used to verify manually calculated gains. Ladder will also be used to adjust gains in order to develop an understanding of how proportional, integral, and derivative gains impact process control loops. Using a simulated ControlLogix panel and RSLogix Emulate 5000 software, you will test your program and autotune. You will also use RSLogix 5000 faceplates in Microsoft Excel to control and monitor your process loop.
Who Should Attend Individuals who need to learn the following should attend this course: • How to make basic PID design decisions • How to program and configure PIDE instructions using function block diagram • How to tune basic PID loops using manual methods and ladder diagram • How to autotune