PLC

Programmable Logic Controllers Training ( Plcs Training )

Programmable Logic Controllers is a heart of modern automation systems. The application ranges from small CNC machines to large process plants. 


PLCs Training Course contents

» Introduction to PLC hardware

» Architectural Evolution of PLC

» Introduction to the field devices attached to PLC

» PLC Fundamentals – (Block diagram of PLC’s)

» Role of PLC in automation

» Detail information about PLC components 

Power supply

CPU

I/O modules

Communication bus

» Various ranges available in PLCs

» Types of Inputs & outputs

» Source Sink Concept in PLC

» Scan cycle execution

PLC Programming

» Introduction to PLC programming software

» Addressing concepts

» Introduction to bit, byte & word concept

» Programming instructions arithmetic and logical

Load /and /or/out / and Read / Write

MOVE block application

Compare / Add / Sub /And /Or – Blocks

Advanced instructions

Leading edge / trailing edge instructions

File handling

Timer Blocks programming

Comment functions

Master control /set /reset function

Counter Block programming

» Upload, download, Monitoring of programs

» Forcing I/P & O/P

» Monitoring / Modifying data table values

» Standard procedure to be followed in wiring / writing ladder etc

» Hands on experience on writing programs

•  Case studies for conveyer, motors control, timer & counter applications etc.

» Troubleshooting and fault diagnostics of PLC

» Documenting the project

» Program assignments for real time applications

DCS Training Course contents( Distributed Control System)

» Introduction to control system

» Applications of DCS system

» Architectural evolution for DCS

» Hardware architecture of DCS 

» Comparison between the hardware PLC & DCS

SCADA Training – Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition

SCADA Training Course contents

» Applications of SCADA software

» Different packages available with I/O structure

» Features of SCADA software

Application development in Wonderware InTouch

»Creating a new SCADA application

» Creating Database of Tags

» Creating & Editing graphic display with animation

Data Entry / Start Stop command

Analog entry

Sizing

Movement

Blinking

Visibility

Filling

»Trending 

Creating & Accessing Real-time Trends

Creating & Accessing Historical Trends

» Creating Alarms & Events

» Writing logic through script

Application script

Condition

Data Change

Window script

Special functions

» Commissioning the network nodes

» Troubleshooting the application.

Variable frequency Drives.

Basics of Electrical motors

Connection details between motor and Drives.

Basic Parameter setting

  • Acceleration

  • Deceleration

  • Stop methods

  • Operation commands etc.,

Communication with external control terminals.