Industrial Automation Master Diploma
An Industrial Automation involves various tools for automation mainly PLC, SCADA & HMI. Combination of all these achieves a complete automation because all of them plays an important role in automation hierarchy. SCADA is at top most position as it is providing supervisory control for a process. PLC is directly connected with input and output field devices which in turn controls the status of output depending upon the status of inputs. The integration of PLC with HMI provides a lean automation solution. HMI provides Alarms/warnings reliable messaging which in turn can benefit a facility in operation safety & production.
Apart from all these, designing is also a field which is directly or indirectly connected with industrial automation which involves designing of Automation panels(i.e PLC/HMI/Drives panels).
In this area, E-plan will definitely help as it drives design automation & standardization, the future of electrical engineering. E-plan electric takes over many of the most time consuming project tasks like wire numbering device tagging allowing user to complete projects a fraction of time it would take using CAD tools, Auto CAD etc.
Objectives of Industrial Automation:
After the completion of Industrial Automation course students will be able to:
- To differentiate between type of inputs and outputs involved in the process.
- To calculate the no. of inputs and outputs involved in the process.
- To select correct type of a PLC for the given application.
- To wire the PLC in sinking/sourcing mode.
- To program a PLC for applications involving timer or counting operations.
- To program a PLC for analog inputs/outputs.
- Creating a graphic for a given application (Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition).
- To design a HMI screen for given application.
- To assign an alarm /trends for process.
- Creating tags for discrete & analog input/outputs.
- To assign a security for a process.
- To create/edit project properties.
- To create a different pages under a given project.
- To identify IEC symbols.
- To design control & power circuits
- To create macros.
- To generate a bill of material automatically by attaching parts.
- To generate Title page & table of contents.
- PLC SCADA (click to see syllabus)
- An Introduction to HMI
- Difference between HMI & SCADA INPUT
- Designing discrete input & output
- Designing analog input & output
- Creating a graphic as per the application
- How to set alarms for process
- Generation of trends
- Application of security
- Introduction to E-plan
- Basics of IEC symbols
- Creating single line diagram
- Creating power diagram
- Generating bill of materials
- Generating title Page
- Generating connection list
- Introduction to PID
- Need of PID in Industrial Automation and it’s uses
- PID Therory
- PID working
- PID manual understanding
- PID practical
- PID Wiring.
- PID parameters study and setting PID values
- Communication of PID
- PID and PLC interfacing
- MCC Panel and VFD
- An Introduction to MCC Panel
- Why MCC Panel necessary
- Study of Different types of motors
- Introduction to circuit breaker and protection element
- Basics of MCB, MCCB, ELCB, ACB etc.
- Basic of Relays, Contactor, Thermal Overload Relay
- Calculation of above element
- Motor Starter Types
- Introduction to types of motor starter
- DOL and Remote DOL Starter diagram study and designing
- Star-Delta Starter diagram study and Designing
- MCC Panel Designing
- Panel Designing Guide
- Practical control wiring of Motor starter
- Safety and Management Concept of VFD
- VFD Basic
- Introduction to Basic concept of VFD
- Benifits of VFD over other starting method(DOL, RDOL, Star-Delta)
- Architecture of VFD
- VFD practical
- VFD manual reading and parameters setting
- Different control modes of VFD (Local, 2 wire and 3 wire modes)
- Hands on Experience on integrated system
- MIT Certified
-:- FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS -:-
- Do you provide placement support after completion of course?Yes, we provide Placement assistance for all students. We do have one special “Placement Guarantee programme”, please contact office to get more information.
- What is the preferred mode of payment?Fees can be paid by cash, cheque, Card, NEFT, UPI, Google pay or Paytm.
- What Are Your Normal Working Hours?Milestone remains open Monday-Friday 8 am to 8.30 pm & Sat-Sunday 9 am to 6 pm
- Do you have any Sunday / weekend batches?Yes, we have Sunday special batches.
- Do you have any evening batches for working professionals?Yes, we have Evening Batches for working professionals as well as Sunday batches also.
- Do you provide individual training?Yes, we do provide individual training.
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