Objectives Upon completion of this course, the student shall be able to Create , troubleshoot and manage a complicated program.  Prerequisites S7 Level 1 course 

Section1: Debugging and Online Functions
- Viewing Accessible Nodes
- Upload
- More about VAT
- Forcing
- Remote control of Operating Mode
- Remote Reset of CPU
- Adjusting the time in the CPU
- Archiving and Retrieving
Section 2: Error Diagnostics and Handling
- Hardware Diagnostics
- Error Types
- Synchronous Errors
- Asynchronous Errors
Section 3: Reference Data
- Cross Reference
- Assignment List
- Program structure
- Unused Symbols
- Addresses without Symbols
- Rewiring
- Comparing Programs
Section 4: Program Control Instructions
- Program Organization
- Jump Operations
- Null Operations
- RLO Operations
Section5: AnalogSpecification of Modules
- Connections to Analog Modules
- Parameter Adjustment in Software
- Analog Value Representation
- Scaling/ Unsealing
- Behavior of Analog Modules
Section6: SFCSection7: OBs
Section8: Memory Card
Section9: Module Specifications
Section10: Testing In single step Mode/Breakpoint
Section11: More about Profibus Communication

- CPU 315 Master  - CPU315 Slave
- Profibus CP Master - Profibus CP Master
Section12: Word Logic Instructions
Section13: Conversion Instruction
Section14: Shift and Rotate Instructions
Section15: Conversion from S5 to S7

Appendix1: Operating Modes and Mode Transitions
Appendix2: All STL Instructions
Appendix3: All LAD Instructions
​Appendix4: Master CP- Slave CP Communication
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