Industrial Automation Training

Essentials of Industrial Automation

Role PLC, SCADA, HMI, AC Drives in an Industry

System Design, Programming and installation practice of any product related to Industrial Automation as per your requirement

Industrial Automation Training – Essentials of automation

Industrial Automation Training – Role of PLC in automation

Industrial Automation Training – Classification of PLC

Industrial Automation Training – Introduction to ladder logic

Industrial Automation Training – Rules and ways to create ladder programs

Industrial Automation Training – Different digital inputs to be used with controllers

Industrial Automation Training – Latch and Unlatch

Industrial Automation Training – SET/RESET instruction

Industrial Automation Training – Basic examples to clear ladder logic concepts

Industrial Automation Training – How automation was done before PLC, by using relays and contactor based circuits

Industrial Automation Training – Concept of memory and trigger with good industrial examples

Industrial Automation Training – Introduction to PLC simulation software

Industrial Automation Training – programming with visualization

Industrial Automation Training – Timers Introduction

Industrial Automation Training – Implementation of timers in ladders with good examples

Industrial Automation Training – Industrial applications of timers

Industrial Automation Training – Analog and digital display of timers

Industrial Automation Training – Counters with process examples

Industrial Automation Training – Introduction to HMI

Industrial Automation Training – How to make graphics and blocks in different

Industrial Automation Training – interface between HMI and controllers

Industrial Automation Training – Changing set points of Timers/Counters or any analog quantity and display of current values

Industrial Automation Training – AC Drives basics

Industrial Automation Training – Applications of drives

Industrial Automation Training – How to set parameters to take different applications from drives

Industrial Automation Training – Multispeed operations

Industrial Automation Training – Troubleshooting, to control the direction and speed of motor with analog signals

Industrial Automation Training – Industrial electrical wiring concepts

Industrial Automation Training – power and control wiring

Industrial Automation Training – Selection criteria of a PLC (How to choose appropriate PLC for your application

Industrial Automation Training – Auto/Manual mode, feedbacks and interlocking

Industrial Automation Training – Principle of hydraulics and pneumatics

Industrial Automation Training – Project Documentation, maintenance

Industrial Automation Training – Advance arithmetic instruction set

Industrial Automation Training – Analog process parameters measurement, display and control

Industrial Automation Training – PLC wiring with source and sink concepts

Industrial Automation Training – FBD and IL language

Industrial Automation Training – Field programs of Lift application, chemical

Industrial Automation Training – industry, suction machine and ram press application

Industrial Automation Training – How to convert a semi automatic system into fully automatic system

Industrial Automation Training – Basic Electrical wiring

Industrial Automation Training – working of different types of relays and contactors

Industrial Automation Training – Instrumentation and electrical basics

Industrial Automation Training – Different types of digital and analog sensors like limit switches, Proximity switches, Thermocouples etc

Industrial Automation Training – Discussion of technical questions generally asked in an interview

Industrial Automation Training – Different types of motors and their applications and many more

Industrial Automation Training – Basic engineering concepts

Industrial Automation Training – Sensors and transducers

Industrial Automation Training – different principles methods to measure analog quantities (temperature, pressure, flow, level etc)

Industrial Automation Training – characteristics of an instrument

Industrial Automation Training – calibration and errors

Industrial Automation Training – failsafe systems

Industrial Automation Training – basic electrical wiring

Industrial Automation Training – working of different types of relays and contactor

Industrial Automation Training – creating hardware interlocking, discussion of technical questions generally asked in an interview

Industrial Automation Training – different types of motors and their applications

Industrial Automation Training – process videos and presentations and many more

Industrial Automation Training – Introduction to latest technology and infrastructure that is used all over the world so that you can work anywhere and in any industry

Industrial Automation Training – Industrial Projects and visits with reports and presentations

Industrial Automation Training – sales of PLC

Industrial Automation Training – Setup of PLC software so that you can practice even after completion of course

Industrial Automation Training – IEC standard programming so that you can work as a PLC programmer or project engineer

Industrial Automation Training – Message transfer in PLC through GSM

 

Corporate Automation Training:

Eligibility:

Maintenance personals, Production Engineers or Technicians working on PLC based machines in industries

Application & Project Engineers or Engineers from Electrical, Control & Instrumentation department

Quality Control or Mechanical Engineers who wish to enter in the field of

Automation

Professors and Lecturers of engineering colleges

 

Students Automation Training:

Eligibility:

Degree students from electrical, electronic or instrumentation background who have passed out or still pursuing their studies

Diploma students from electrical, electronics or instrumentation background who have passed out or still pursuing their studies

ITI students with industrial experience from electrical, electronic or electrician background who have passed out or still pursuing their studies

Any student from technical background who wish to join automation field or core engineering field