What is PLC Training? It’s been a question for a decade, and here is the solution for all your queries. An Industrial Automation Training course in Hyderabad involves the use of real PLC Training, PAC Training, DCS Training, SCADA Training, HMI Training, VFD Training. By just learning the programming of these thing doesn’t make you an Automation Engineer, In SMEC our Engineers provide training in a sequential manner, starting from programming-Communication-Interfacing-Panel Building-Hardware Configuration-Assembly-Wiring-Channel Configuration-Testing-Trouble shouting so that when you complete the training you will be able to do all the kinds of Automation jobs in any of the leading companies in the world. Automation has become a very essential part of all process industries. An industrial digital computer that can withstand any industrial conditions is called a Programmable logic controller which is designed in such a way that it can be adapted to any industrial environment. Some of the advantages of using automation are to have increased quality, accuracy, and precision thereby increasing the productivity of the company. Due to fewer amounts of skilled automation engineers in the current century, there is a huge gap for jobs in the world of automation.
Industrial Automation Engineers are responsible for duties like Designing, Programming, Simulation, and Testing of Machinery and Processes in an Industry.
Some of the advanced PLC brands are as follows
AB – Allen Bradley, ABB – ASEA Brown Boveri, SIEMENS, Schneider Electric, Honeywell, Emerson, Yokogawa, GE – General Electric, Omron, Mitsubishi, Delta
Some of SCADA brands are as follows
Schneider Electric – Invensys – Intouch, GE – IFIX, Schneider Electric – Citect, Siemens – WinCC, Rockwell – Factory Talk View, Delta
We provide this Integrated Automation Training in the following locations:
Thiruvananthapuram, Calicut, Kottayam, Cochin, Chennai, Coimbatore, Nagarcoil, Mangalore, Bangalore, Vishakapatnam, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Thane, Delhi, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Fujairah, Singapore.
Marine and Industrial Online/Offline courses provided at SMEC are :
Our Trainers are Industrial Experience super-experts who simplify complex
concepts visually through real examples
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History and Automation Concept
Overview on PLC, SCADA, VFD, HMI, IIoT, Panel Designing
What are the uses of Programmable Controllers in Industry and Building Automation
Achievements after the course
Explaining components in Hardware with user manual
Power Supply Unit (PSU)
Input & Output module (I/O Module)
Different PLC/PAC/DCS series
Identifing the Programming Software
Expansion slots/backplane concepts
Status Indicator and Description
Expansion slot configuration
Digital parameter addressing and logic
Analog parameter addressing and logic
Memory addressing concepts
Programming logic and instructions
Runtime Mode : Simulation and Standard mode
Introduction to Programming Languages
Ladder Diagram (LD), Sequential Function Charts (SFC), Function Block Diagram (FBD), Structured Text (ST), Instruction List (IL)
Digital Tag representation and Program
Analog Tag representation and Program
Timer concepts and function
Counter concepts and function
Program control functions
Function blocks concepts
Advance blocks and their functions
PID controller blocks
Read and Write blocks
Pulse out blocks
System Memory and Programming
Introduction to Monitoring Devices
Development Mode & Runtime Mode
Tag name creation & Dynamic Representation
Digital Tag Creation & Animations
Analog Tag Creation & Animations
String Tag Creation & Animations
Representation of Virtual Plants and Factories
Graphicas Representation: Real Time & Historical
Alarm Condition Monitoring & Controlling: Real & Historical
Data Transferring to third-party Software: Excel, SQL
Face Plate Concepts
Actions or Scripting: Programming Codes
Application Publishing Methods
Master Client Controlling in SCADA
Introduction to VFD
Construction and Working
Setting Basic Parameters
Setting Control Options
Setting I/O, Speed Modulation, Breaking
Related Voltage, Current, RPM
Checking Load, Commissioning, No Load Test
Controlling with Software
Monitoring, ON/OFF Command
Communication methods, Different modes
Communication Configuration with Hardware and Software
Communication Protocol concepts
Data sharing with controller & SCADA
Data sharing with controller & HMI
Data sharing with controller & Field Devices
Interfacing SCADA With Field Devices
Communication with MODBUS, PROFINET Protocols
PLC to PLC Communication with Master Slave Concept
PLC – LabVIEW Interfacing
PLC -DCS Controlling
PLC to PAC Communication with Master Slave Concept
Addressing codes : Digital, Analog , String types
Controlling PLC from remote area
Communication cable desiging and details
Programming cable and communication cable details
Introduction to AC Motors
Introduction to MCC Panel (Motor Control Centre)
Starting the Motor, Controlling the Motor, Protection of Motors
Starters – DOL Starter, Star – Delta Starter
MCC Panel Wiring
Hardware Major and Minor Issues
Software Major and Minor Issues
Module Failure of the Input/Output (I/O) System
Electrical Noise Interference
Corrupted Memory problems
Troubleshooting ground Loops
Diagnostic PLC indicators
Troubleshooting PLC Inputs and Input Card
Troubleshooting PLC Outputs and Output Card
Troubleshooting the CPU
Introduction to Industry 4.0
Mobile SCADA Communication
Control using Google App
IIoT Platform Controls
Web Server Designing
IIoT Protocols – HTTP, MQTT
Theory : Process Variables
Temperature, Pressure, Level, Flow
On/Off Solenoid Valve
DP, Level, Flow – Transmitter
Flow, Level, Temperature -Control
PLC is an industrial computer that monitors inputs and outputs to make decisions based on based on the program stored to the PLC’s memory. The use of PLC’s help to reduce human decision-making efforts to gain higher efficiency. PLCs incorporate internal relays that can function as a physical relay would, and eliminate the relay footprint driving costs down.
Automation is the use of electronics and computer-controlled devices to assume control of processes. The aim of automation is to boost efficiency and reliability.
A Human-Machine Interface (HMI) is a user interface or dashboard that communicate with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
A programmable logic controller (PLC) is an electronic device used in many industries to monitor and control construction systems and production.
1. PLC work only in auto mode (Since program is predefined). If there is error during the operation, we cannot proceed till it rectifies or corrected.
2. The set point cannot be altered in PLC. (If needs to be altered then the licensed program has to be downloaded)
3. There is no display unit in PLC.
4. In PLC we cannot monitor what is happening during the execution.
5. It is programmable logical circuit.
1. HMI work in both auto and manual mode. If there is any error during operations, it can be changed to manual mode and the further operations shall be continued.
2. In HMI, able to change the set point.
3. There will be the display unit in HMI with function buttons.
4. Possible to monitor the current happenings.
5. HMI is generally a touch screen to the PLC
Which PLC and SCADA can be use in industries is depends on many criterias. There are different products in PLC and SCADA. Each have their own specifications.