SIMATIC S7 Service and Maintenance Course 1 (ST-SERVI) (5 Days)
This course introduces the customer to a Siemens integrated automation system.Participants will build skills on commissioning, troubleshooting and upgrading an automation system complete with HMI, PLC, drive and communications network. Students will learn to navigate STEP7, use the built-in diagnostics tools and perform basic program modifications. Profibus DP configuration and troubleshooting are included using remote I/O. a touch panel display and a drive system. The course format is a combination of instruction and hands-on exercises. A realistic conveyor model is used for demonstrations and participant exercises. Exercises allow students to practice tasks such as testing debugging and using diagnostic tools.
SIMATIC S7 Service and Maintenance Course 2 (ST-SERV2) (5 Days)
The course uses a “hands-on’ practical approach to reinforce the theoretical aspects of the training. Practical tasks are undertaken using a simulation rig, distributed profibus nodes and S7-300. This course is for SIMATIC S7-300-400 PLC users with basic SIMATIC control system knowledge who install
or maintain automation systems and their application programs.

This course continues skill development in troubleshooting and modifying a control system. Participants will use STEP7 software tools to build new features, diagnostics and communications into the application project. Program development using organization blocks, system functions, function blocks and data blocks along with
analogue signal processing are included. Configuration and integration of an HMI and drive system into the student’s application project builds experience managing a complete automated control system. The course format consists of instruction and hands-on exercises. Students will use test.
debug and diagnostic tools to complete the commissioning, programming and system integration exercises.
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at service/maintenance personnel who are interested in solving a variety of SIMATIC S7 tasks, and have attended the S7SERV1 course.