The course format is a combination of instruction and hands on exercises. After each procedure has been demonstrated, the trainee will be given opportunity to apply what they learned by programming ladder logic and testing the project with the PLC work station.
This course prepares the participants in programming, installation and maintenance of automation systems and their application programs. This training introduces the participants to the Allen Bradley Control Logix 1756 L71 Controller 5571and Compact Logix 1769L 33ER 5370 controller PLC hardware and software and will build skills on programming , installation, commissioning and fault diagnostics and Ethernet communication network.. This training also provides programming techniques and instruction that will help the trainees in configuration. The course format is a combination of instruction and hands on exercises. After each procedure has been demonstrated, the trainee will be given opportunity to apply what they learned by programming ladder logic and testing the project with the PLC work station.
This course provides an in depth training of the advance features of programmable logic controllers including advance instruction sets, registers , data manipulation, subroutines, arithmetic, analog functions, I/O interrupt and PID control.
This course introduces Human Machine Interface its definition, Operation and application to industrial automation and control systems. It provides learners the tools for creating graphical representation of plant operation.
Learners will be able to create simple to complex HMI applications which demonstrate s the use of graphic symbols , animation, links, fault and alarm, scripts, and historical trends for monitoring and controlling machine and process automation systems. Created application shall be linked to programmable logic controllers (PLC) to show the actual operation of the whole system.
This module covers the fundamentals of calibration. It deals with the principles of instrumentation and control devices including its process, propose and calibration requirements. Hands-on calibration exercises using different types of calibration instruments using Hart Communicator 375, Fluke & Druck Calibrator and calculation techniques are an integral part of this training module to enhance the knowledge and skills of trainees in the proper calibration of instrumentation and control devices. It includes tube bending
This course covers the elements of instrumentation systems and Programmable control Logic.Its operation and application for monitoring and control of process control systems. Modes of control are also discussed including on-off, proportional, integral and derivative controls. Other strategies for controlling multi-element variables are also covered such as splitrange, ratio, cascade and feed control and feed-forward control systems.