AUTM-102          

PLC SET-UP,PROGRAMMING, TROUBLESHOOTING AND  MAINTENANCE-LEVEL  1 ( Allen Bradley PLC)

4 days

This course is designed to introduce the trainee to control systems with programmable logic controllers (PLCs).  It includes intensive practical classes with live PLCs, modules, field devices and industrial process simulator systems.

At the end of this training, trainees will be able to

  • Set up and wire Allen Bradley PLC control systems from scratch
  • Set-up, wire and program Allen Bradley  PLC control systems from scratch
  • Establish communication with PLCs using RS links software.
  • Troubleshoot basic programs trace faulty SLC 500 PLC/modules and replace them.
  • Perform basic PLC  programming(discrete signals) and download to PLCs
  • Modify existing programs for different applications.
  • View the status of SLC-500 input and output data tables
  • Configure the I/O for a PLC project

Course content

  • Introduction to PLCs
  • PLC set-up and wiring
  • Establishing communication with PLCs
  • PLC programming with ladder logic
  • Establishing communications with Allen bradley PLCs using RS links
  • Introduction to PLC programming using ladder logic
  • I/O configuration (Hardware configuration)
  • Downloading and uploading to PLCs
  • Data types and files
  • Programming applications and navigation through Allen-Bradley RSLogix 500 software
  • Introduction to IEC 1131 standards
  • Electrical continuity versus logical continuity
  • Applications of discrete inputs with PLC’s
  • Downloading and uploading PLC programs
  • PLC timer and counter concepts, programming and applications
  • Programming applications using sequencers
  • Hands on practical exercises and simulations
  • Wiring, set-up, programming and operation of field devices such as sensors and VFDs
  • PLC troubleshooting

Requirement – Basic technical knowledge

Softwares - RS logix 500,RS logix 5000 and Rs Links

 

AUTM-103          

PLC SET UP,PROGRAMMING, TROUBLESHOOTING AND  MAINTENANCE-LEVEL  1 ( Siemens S7 300,400 PLCs)

4 days

This course is designed to introduce the trainee to control systems with programmable logic controllers (PLCs).  It includes intensive practical classes with live PLCs, modules field devices and industrial processes simulator systems.

At the end of this training, trainees will be able to

  • Set-up, wire and program Siemens  PLC control systems from scratch
  • Troubleshoot basic programs, trace faulty Siemens s7 PLC/modules and replace them.
  • Perform basic PLC  programming(discrete signals) and download to PLCs
  • Modify existing programs for different applications.

Course content

  • Introduction to PLCs
  • PLC set-up and wiring
  • Establishing communication with PLCs
  • PLC programming with ladder logic
  • STEP 7 installation techniques & components
  • Hardware configuration & addressing of Signal Modules.
  • CPU Properties.
  • Symbolic notation & symbols table handling.
  • Organization Blocks (OBs) , Data blocks(DBs) Function Blocks (FBs)
  • Data types
  • Commissioning & Monitoring /. Modifying Variables.
  • Linear / Structured Programming Techniques.
  • Debugging(troubleshooting) a program.
  • Binary operations & gates.
  • Downloading and uploading a program
  • Configuration & addressing of modules
  • Creating projects in LAD/STL/FBD.
  • Basic functions (timers, counters, comparators , jumps etc)
  • Data handling including arrays & structures.
  • Diagnostics with B, I, L stacks.
  • Wiring, set-up, programming and operation of field devices such as sensors and VFDs
  • Basic PLC troubleshooting and maintenance

Requirement – Basic technical knowledge

Software –simatic manager (step 7)

 

AUTM-104           PLC SET UP,PROGRAMMING, TROUBLESHOOTING AND  MAINTENANCE-LEVEL  2 ( Allen Bradley PLC)

4 days

This course is designed to take the trainee into depths of control systems, set up, programming and maintenance. It includes intensive practical classes with live PLCs, modules field devices and industrial process simulator systems.

At the end of this training, trainees will be able to

  • Design and execute automation projects
  • Program, troubleshoot and maintain continuous signal field devices such as level meters, VFDs, temperature sensors, pressure sensors, modulating valves etc
  • Establish communication between two or more PLCs
  • Design process control systems with PID controls

Course content

  • Set up, wiring and operation of continuous signal devices such as VFDs, flow meters, temperature sensors to PLCs
  • Continuous signal(analog) programming
  • Introduction to SLC 500 advance functions such as JSR ,SCP and MCR and their applications.
  • Connecting and communicating between two or more PLCs
  • PLC extensions
  • Process control using PID loop programming(with practical sessions)
  • Introduction to process controls
  • Open and close loop controls
  • Introduction to PID concept and applications
  • PID programming
  • PID tunning
  • Introduction to HMIs(RS view)

Requirement – Basic knowledge of the course contents of level 1 (AUTM 102)

Softwares – RS logix 500,5000 and RS view

 

AUTM-105           PLC SET UP,PROGRAMMING, TROUBLESHOOTING AND  MAINTENANCE-LEVEL  2( Siemens S7 300,400 PLCs)

4 days

This course is designed to take the trainee into depths of control systems, set up, programming and maintenance. It includes intensive practical classes with live PLCs, modules field devices and industrial process simulator systems.

At the end of this training, trainees will be able to

  • Design and execute automation projects
  • Program, troubleshoot and maintain continuous signal field devices such as level meters, VFDs, temperature sensors, pressure sensors, modulating valves etc
  • Establish communication between two or more PLCs
  • Design process control systems with PID controls

Course content

  • Set up, wiring and operation of continuous signal devices such as VFDs, flow meters, temperature sensors to PLCs
  • Continuous signal(analog) programming
  • Introduction to s7 function blocks (FBs),function Calls(FCs), special function Blocks(SFBs) and Special function Calls(SFCs) and their applications.
  • Connecting and communicating between two or more PLCs
  • Profibus connections and programming
  • Process control using PID loop programming(with practical sessions)
  • Introduction to process controls
  • Open and close loop controls
  • Introduction to PID concept and applications
  • PID programming
  • PID tunning
  • Introduction to HMIs(winCC)

Requirement – Basic knowledge of the course contents of level 1 (AUTM 103)

Softwares – step 7 and winCC

Trainees after this training will have an opportunity to secure and pursue careers in manufacturing industries, oil and gas and any other industry with automated systems

 

AUTM 203  - HMI/SCADA RS VIEW 32 ( Allen Bradley PLCs)

3 days

At the end of the course, trainees will be able to:

  • Design user friendly Human Machine Interfaces(HMI) using Rs view 32 software
  • Connect a Rs view design(file) into a Rs logix 500 project
  • Understand basic concept of tags etc and communications with the PLC
  • Backup and restore a Rs view program when required.
  • Perform basic system diagnostics on Rs view 32 when a problem occurs.
  • Add basic functions to screens, Pushbuttons, Numeric Display, Bar graphs, Trends etc

 

Course Content:

  • Getting Started on Rs view 32
  • Connecting a Rs view32 project to a Rs logix 500 project
  • Navigating the Rs view 32 software
  • Defining communication Parameters
  • Using the Tool bar
  • Object properties
  • Object Animations
  • Creating a Tag Database
  • Bar graphs and sliders
  • Trends
  • Alarms
  • Creating a Report for a Rs view Application
  • Troubleshooting a Rs view Terminal and Application

Requirement – Basic knowledge of the course contents of level 1 (AUTM 102)

Softwares – RS VIEW

 

AUTM 203 - HMI/SCADA USING SIMATIC WINCC

 ( Siemens S7 300,400 PLCs)

3 days

At the end of the course, trainees will be able to:

  • Design user friendly Human Machine Interfaces(HMI) using simatic winCC software
  • Integrate a WinCC design(file) into a step 7 project
  • Understand basic concept of tags etc and communications with the PLC
  • Backup and restore a WinCC program when required.
  • Perform basic system diagnostics on winCC when a problem occurs.
  • Add basic functions to screens, Pushbuttons, Numeric Display, Bar graphs, Trends etc

 

Course Content:

  • Getting Started on winCC
  • Integrating a winCC project into a Step 7 project
  • Defining communication Parameters
  • Using the Tool bar
  • Object properties(Events, animations etc)
  • Creating a Tag Database
  • Security and password of screens
  • Adding Screens
  • Text lists
  • Recipies
  • Bar graphs and sliders
  • Trends
  • Alarms
  • Faceplates
  • Creating a Report for a WinCC Application
  • Troubleshooting a WinCC Terminal and Application

Requirement – Basic knowledge of the course contents of level 1 (AUTM 103)

Softwares – Simatic winCC

 

AUTM 106 –

HMI /SCADA USING WONDERWARE INVENYS ( Siemens and Allen Bradley PLCs)

3 days

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

The aim of this course is to teach basic PLC and SCADA configuration, programming and troubleshooting.

As a result of this course students will be able to write PLC programs and configure basic SCADA screens.

They will be able to configure the PLC to communicate with remote IO and the SCADA over a network.

They will be able to create graphic screens, create data displays and data entry screens, create trends and bar graphs and configure an archive alarms.

The PLC elements will be taught using either Siemens S7 300/400 or Allen Bradley Micrologix

The SCADA elements will be taught using either Wonderware, or Allen Bradley/Rockwell RSView

Course Content:

  • Create graphical displays
  • Create pushbuttons and slider controls
  • Data inputting
  • Data display
  • Create bar graphs and bar charts
  • Trending data
  • Creating alarm screen and banners
  • Trending data
  • Archiving and retrieving data
  • Understanding drivers
  • Linking to PLCs
  • Alarm screens and banner
  • Security and passwords
  • Introduction to scripting

Requirement – Basic knowledge of the course contents of level 1 (AUTM 102 or 103)

 

 

AUTM- 300

CERTIFICATE IN CONTROL SYSTEMS/AUTOMATION ENGINEERING (Siemens)

Weekdays(daily)- 2weeks, weekends-2 months

This training module which covers all the course contents of level 1-2 and the HMI courses. It is designed to bring trainees to a point of mastery of automated systems. Experts with industry experience  will take you through practical sessions and programming exercises.

At the end of this training, trainees will be able to

  • Set-up, wire and program Siemens  PLC control systems from scratch
  • Troubleshoot basic programs, trace faulty Siemens s7 PLC/modules and replace them.
  • Perform basic and advanced PLC  programming
  • Setup- program and operate field devices such as level meters, flow meters, VFDs, modulating valves etc
  • Design process control systems with PID loop programming
  • Modify existing programs for different applications.
  • Design user friendly Human Machine interfaces

Course content

  • Introduction to PLCs
  • PLC set-up and wiring
  • Establishing communication with PLCs
  • PLC programming with ladder logic
  • STEP 7 installation techniques & components
  • Hardware configuration(basic and Advanced)
  • CPU Properties.
  • Symbolic notation & symbols table handling.
  • Organization Blocks (OBs) , Data blocks(DBs) Function Blocks (FBs)
  • Data types
  • Commissioning & Monitoring /. Modifying Variables.
  • Linear / Structured Programming Techniques.
  • Debugging(troubleshooting) a program.
  • Binary operations & gates.
  • Downloading and uploading a program
  • Configuration & addressing of modules
  • Creating projects in LAD/STL/FBD.
  • Basic functions (timers, counters, comparators , jumps etc)
  • Data handling including arrays & structures.
  • Shift registers.
  • Program, troubleshoot and maintain continuous signal field devices such as level meters, VFDs, temperature sensors, pressure sensors, modulating valves etc
  • PLC troubleshooting and maintenance
  • Process control using PID loop programming(with practical sessions)
  • Introduction to process controls
  • Open and close loop controls
  • Introduction to PID concept and applications
  • PID programming
  • PID tunning
  • HMI using WinCC
  • Introduction to HMI systems
  • Security and passwords
  • Object properties and animations
  • Alarms
  • Bars and trends
  • Tags e.tc

Requirement: Basic technical knowledge

 

AUTM- 310

CERTIFICATE IN CONTROL SYSTEMS/AUTOMATION ENGINEERING(Allen Bradley)

Weekdays(daily)- 2weeks, weekends-2 months

This training module which covers all the course contents of level 1-2 and the HMI courses. It is designed to bring trainees to a point of mastery of automated systems. Experts with industry experience will take you through practical sessions and programming exercises.

At the end of this training, trainees will be able to

  • Set-up, wire and program Siemens  PLC control systems from scratch
  • Troubleshoot basic programs, trace faulty Allen Bradley PLCs /modules and replace them.
  • Perform basic and advanced PLC  programming
  • Setup- program and operate field devices such as level meters, flow meters, VFDs, modulating valves etc
  • Design process control systems with PID loop programming
  • Modify existing programs for different applications.
  • Design user friendly Human Machine interfaces

Course content

  • Introduction to PLCs
  • PLC set-up and wiring
  • Establishing communication with PLCs
  • PLC programming with ladder logic
  • RS logix 500,5000 installation techniques & components
  • Creating projects
  • Hardware configuration(basic and Advanced)
  • CPU Properties.
  • Symbolic notation & symbols table handling.
  • Data types
  • Programming Functions and their applications(timers, counters, comparators , jumps etc)
  • Continuous(Analog) signal programming
  • Commissioning & Monitoring /. Modifying Variables.
  • Linear / Structured Programming Techniques.
  • Debugging(troubleshooting) a program.
  • Binary operations & gates.
  • Downloading and uploading a program
  • Configuration & addressing of modules
  • Data handling including arrays & structures.
  • Diagnostics with B, I, L stacks.
  • Program, troubleshoot and maintain continuous signal field devices such as level meters, VFDs, temperature sensors, pressure sensors, modulating valves etc
  • PLC troubleshooting and maintenance
  • Process control using PID loop programming(with practical sessions)
  • Introduction to process controls
  • Open and close loop controls
  • Introduction to PID concept and applications
  • PID programming
  • PID tunning
  • HMI using Rs View
  • Introduction to HMI systems
  • Security and passwords
  • Object properties and animations
  • Alarms
  • Bars and trends
  • Tags e.tc

Requirement: Basic technical knowledge