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IPC0726 Jul - 30 Jul, 2021Live Online$2150Register
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IPC0721 Jun - 09 Jul, 2021Toronto$16750Register
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Course Overview

This training programme is structured to provide the delegates with up to date information on PLC’s and SCADA’s application to the automation phase and the process control for factories and plants. This programme is acceptable for people who have little or no knowledge relevant to PLC and SCADA but are willing to understand the aspects of PLC installation and the SCADA programming concepts. The objective of this programme is to assist you with the correct planning, programming and installation of a PLC.

Who Should Attend?

Personnel who can attend this course are:

  • IT personnel
  • Technicians
  • Plant engineers
  • Project engineers
  • Maintenance supervisors
  • Design engineers
  • Consulting engineers
  • Electrical engineers
  • Process control engineers
  • Control systems sales engineers
  • Control and instrumentation engineers

Course Objectives:

This training programme will enable the delegates to understand:

  • The basic and essential principles of PLC and SCADA systems
  • This course is configured in such a way that it can provide benefited advantages to the learners basically the engineers and technicians with the fundamental understanding of SCADA and PLC systems and the ways of applying this in order to optimize their systems with respect to flexibility, costs, and safety

Course Outline:

PLC: The basic concepts

  • The basic Fundamentals principles
  • Definition: CPU
  • Definition: Memory
  • The concept of I/O section and addressing
  • Understanding the Digital I/O modules
  • Understanding the Analog I/O modules

Introduction to PLC programming

  • The Description: Ladder logic instructions
  • Analysis of Basic arithmetic instructions
  • Matrix logic: An Overview
  • Understanding the block or file manipulation
  • Subroutines, skips and jump concepts
  • Instruction sets defined for PLC
  • Memory organization: The overview
  • Addressing I/O
  • Description Duplicate coils
  • Concept of Timers

The Overview of Installation Practices

  • Noise reduction or interference
  • Routing and the cable spacing
  • Grounding and the earthing concept
  • Usage of Safety circuits
  • Layout and the requirements of a control room

Maintenance and the preferred code quality

  • The Introduction of Program maintenance
  • Change procedures: The brief overview
  • Detection of defects and faults
  • Demonstration and the measurement of quality

Introduction to Advanced programming

  • Definition: Matrix logic
  • The basic Definition: Multiplexing
  • The concept of Coding/decoding

Analog control: The general overview

  • Understanding the Analog inputs
  • Signal filtering: An overview
  • Definition: Analog control

Analysis of Fault tolerance

  • System availability: The improvement
  • The Overview: Hot standby systems
  • Cold standby: An Introduction and Overview

The introduction to Serial Data Communications

  • The essential RS-232/485 Standards
  • Overview: Modbus Protocol
  • The theory of Local Area Networks
  • The Introduction to Ethernet
  • Concept of Token Bus

Introduction to Safety-related systems

  • Safety lifecycle: The brief overview
  • Understanding Systematic rates/failures
  • Voting systems: The concept
  • Software reliability: An overview
  • Introduction: Field equipment

Strategies upgradation

The concept of testing and simulation

  • Definition: Factory acceptance testing (FAT)
  • Reassembly and transport overview
  • Simulation packages overview
  • Explanation: Physical test panels
  • Input/output emulation systems: Introduction and explanation

Testing and the problem isolation: The general view

Explaining the SCADA Hardware

General Notes

  • All our courses can be facilitated as Customized In-House Training course.
  • Course duration is flexible and the contents can be modified to fit any number of days.
  • As for Open Enrolment Courses, we offer our clients the flexibility to chose the location, date, and time and our team of experts who are spread around the globe will assist in facilitating the course.
  • The course fee includes facilitation, training materials, 2 coffee breaks, buffet lunch and a Certificate of successful completion of Training.
  • FREE Consultation and Coaching provided during and after the course.
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