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Basics Industrial Automation & Control
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3 days
Next Course Date
24 October, 2023
Registration Procedure
1 Complete the registration form below this page.
2 Make payment for the course using the payment link below.
3 Course Registration must be completed 2 weeks before training commencement.
4 Course Registration details would be sent to your email latest 24 hours before commencement of training.
Course Overview

This course is aimed at a critical blend of knowledge and skills,covering technology in control and Automation, especially for engineering and technical students in higher institutions as well as fresh graduates and those who are new to the field of automation and control. The class training will be complemented by class workshops, discussion on industry best practices, and other reference materials.

Course Content

Introduction to Industrial Automation and Control
Architecture of Industrial Automation Systems
Evolution of Control System: RLC/PLC/HMI/SCADA/DCS.
Electrical Basics
Control system design basics (close loop & open loop)
Architecture of PLC based control system; CPU, PSU, I/Os
and other modules
Working with field devices and connections: sensors, drives,
actuators etc
PLC Communication and connections
PLC Configuration & Programming with a focus on Phoenix
Contact, Delta, Rockwell, and Siemens PLCs
Component selection
I/O Configuration
Sample Project development
55 Algorithm, Flowchart & Boolean Truth table
55 State & Timing Diagram
Basic instructions: NC, NO, OTE, OTL, OTU, Timers,
Counters, Comparator, etc.
Program uploading & downloading
Industrial System Applications Examples
Beverage production system application.
Traffic Light Control system application.

Target Group

Students in higher institutions (universities, technical schools, etc)Fresh Graduates, New Recruit Engineers, and Personnel involved
in the design, installation, operation, and maintenance of Monitoring, Automation, and control systems.

Course Benefits

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Understand the Hierarchical Structure of Automation and
Control Systems
Identify the Sensor, Setpoint, Comparator, and Final control
Identify and explain the advantages of a programmable
logic control over the conventional controls;
Make a simple program in a ladder diagram and statement list
Translate a ladder diagram program into electrical and logic
circuits equivalent;
Solve problem exercises and simulate controls
Observe safe practices in dealing with PLC control systems.
Be part of Greenpeg Academy Alumni with technical

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