Rockwell CCP153

Course Description



  • Optional Locating: ControlLogix System Components

  • Connecting a Computer to a Network

  • Interpreting Project Organization and Execution

  • Locating and Editing Tag Values

  • Interpreting Frequently Used Instructions


  • Interpreting Arrays

  • Interpreting Tags of User-Defined Data Types

  • Searching for Project Components

  • Integrated Practice-Interpreting a Basic Project

  • Forcing I/O and Toggling Bits

  • Troubleshooting Digital I/O Module Problems

  • Controller, I/O, and other hardware problems

  • Noise-related problems

  • Software configuration problems DAY3

  • Troubleshooting Analog I/O Module Problems

  • Troubleshooting Remote I/O Problems

  • Updating Logix5000 Firmware

  • Troubleshooting Controller Problems

  • Troubleshooting Power Supply Problems

  • Analyzing and Troubleshooting a System Using a Trend Chart


  • Integrated Practice-Troubleshooting Basic Projects

  • Editing Ladder Logic Online

  • Optional: Editing FBDs Online

  • Managing Project Files

  • Documenting and Printing Project Components

  • Troubleshooting Noise-Related Problems

Course Objective

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Course Purpose

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to troubleshoot a previously operational ControlLogix® system and restore normal operation.

This course adds to your skill set by introducing new tasks such as connecting to a network, interpreting project execution, editing ladder logic online, and more.

You will then be presented with a systematic strategy for diagnosing and troubleshooting a variety of common system errors.


Throughout this course, you will have the opportunity to practice the skills you have learned through a variety of hands-on exercises. Exercises focus on the skills introduced in each lesson and are performed on an ABT-TDCLX3-B ControlLogix workstation.

Integrated practices combine and practice several key skills at once.

The basic skills taught in this course apply to all Logix5000 platforms; you can apply what you have learned to the specific platform used in your plant


Once you have mastered the maintenance and troubleshooting skills covered in this course, you may be interested in one or more of the following courses:

  • Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 3: Basic Ladder Logic Interpretation (Course No. CCCL21)


 Basic computer skills are required. Windows 98, 2000, XP knowledge is preferred. Electrical Safety Knowledge is preferred.