Autotek

The main objective of this workshop is to make aspiring engineers acquainted with the conceptual as well as practical knowledge of Industrial Automation & of the latest technologies being used to achieve Industrial Automation. Industrial Automation i.e. to "Automate Industry" is the basic need of almost every type of manufacturing and production unit today. Food/ Beverage, Metal, Mining, Power, Textile, Petrochemical, Machine Manufacturing, Automobile etc are the few examples where we see the automation today. PLCs along with certain other necessary ingredients like sensors, motors, actuators, valves, conveyors, boilers, SCADA systems, computers & many more, make a real automated manufacturing plant. Participants will perform hands on PLC training Kit. By the end of this workshop the participants will become aware about the basic knowledge of Industrial Automation, PLCs and their relevant modules. The duration of this workshop will be two consecutive days with eight hours session each day, in a total of sixteen hours properly divided into theory and hand on practical sessions.

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Session 1: Introduction

  • Introduction To Automation
  • Why We Need Automation?
  • Where Automation is required?
  • Evolution In Industrial Automation(A Brief History)
  • Different Type of Industrial Control Mechanisms
  • Role of PLC in automation

Session 2: Programmable logic Controllers

  • Introduction to PLCs
  • PLC Fundamentals
  • PLC Advantage over Microcontrollers
  • Power supply, CPU, I/O modules, Communication bus
  • Various Size available in PLCs
  • Principles of operation & Scan cycle execution

Session 3: I/O details

  • Types of Inputs & Outputs
  • Source & Sink Concept in PLC
  • NO & NC Concept
  • Relay instructions

Session 4: PLC Programming Languages

  • Introduction to PLC programming languages
  • Ladder Diagram Basics
  • PLC programming rules
  • Introduction to PLC programming software
  • Logic gates problems
  • Addressing concepts

Session 5: Ladder Logic

  • PLC programming rules
  • Downloading a Ladder program in PLC
  • How to take input from panel
  • How to give output to panel
  • Running first PLC application by students
  • Latching Concept example

Session 6: Timers & Counters

  • Programming Timers
  • Timer Instructions
  • On-Delay Timer & Off-Delay Timer
  • Programming Counters
  • Counter Instruction
  • Up-Counter & Down-Counter

Session 7: Practical

  • Interfacing Switches & Bulbs with PLC
  • Traffic Light Module
  • Conveyor Belt Module
  • Tower Bridge Opening Automation Module

Session 8: SCADA

  • Introduction to Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition
  • Features of SCADA soUware
  • PLC and SCADA interfacing
  • Advantages of SCADA

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just drop a mail to robobench@qualden.com