|Course title||Programmable Logic Controllers|
Most of the working professionals are in need of practical knowledge and these courses are specially designed for importing practical knowledge and hands on experience with the automation tools and technologies. In addition we also deliver training for the students.
- PLC Fundamentals.
- PLC Hardware & Architecture.
- Source & sink Concepts.
- Wiring a PLC for accepting input and providing output.
- Wiring Different field Devices to PLC.
- Introduction to PLC Programming software.
- Creating new application, addressing.
- Programming Languages.
- NO/NC concept, timer and counter concepts.
- Troubleshooting and fault diagnostics of PLC.
- Basic Programming Instructions.
- Advance Instructions.
- Upload / Download / Monitoring.
- Forcing of I/Os.
- Fault finding / troubleshooting & documentation.
- Communication with SCADA software.
- Hands on experience on real time applications.
PLC EVOLUTIONPLC has its origins in motor manufacturing industries. The manufacturing process was partially automated by the use of rigid control circuits electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic. It was found that whenever a change had to be made the system had to be rewired or reconfigured. The connections of wiring boards can be changed and rewired. But it was a quite difficult task for most of the applications. So if a computer can be programmed to do certain tasks, then a reprogramming can also be done to design a system for accepting industrial inputs and producing required outputs and it was there the PLC born.
Advantages of PLCs
- Reliability in operation.
- Flexibility in control techniques.
- Flexibility in programming and reprogramming in the plant.
- Large quantity of contacts.
- Online/ offline modifications.
- Cost effective for controlling complex systems.
- Small physical size, shorter project time.
- In-house simulation & testing of project.
- Speed in operation.
- Ability to communicate with computer systems in the plant.
- Ease of maintenance / troubleshooting.