HMI, Drives and Networking Training

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HMI, Drives and Networking Training is an intensive program focusing on Human Machine Interface (HMI), Man Machine Interfacing (MMI), and industrial networking. The course lays emphasis on developing and building a solid foundation on HMI. Participants will develop the skills for fault diagnostics, troubleshooting, and interfacing with PLC. This skill-building training program will impart the knowledge and skills to work with PLC and understand wiring of different filed devices to PLC. Various network topologies, ports, drivers, and associated hardware information is shared to implement man machine interfacing.

Upon the completion of the training, you will hold the following capabilities:

  • In-depth understanding of control systems and industrial automation
  • Working with MMI for fault display, timer counter setting
  • Create applications to get started with HMI
  • Understand data files, relay proximity sensor, simulator analysis, mathematical and logical concept to work on interface with PLC
  • Understand the concepts for industrial networking including network topologies, nodes, ports, drivers and hardware
  • Configure and control different drives
Target audience
  • Students/professionals from electrical engineering background
  • Maintenance technicians
Prerequisites

Candidates having knowledge of machinery and hardware automation along with basic computer skills can undergo this training. Knowledge of PLC will be an added advantage.

Module 1: Introduction

1. Introduction to Automation

  • Brief Description of a Control System.
  • Micro Controller, PID Controller, PLC Controller.
  • History & Need of Industrial Automation.
  • Application of Industrial Automation.
  • Basic Components of Automation.
  • Hardware Classification of Automation.

Module 2: MMI (Man Machine Interfacing)

2. MMI (Man Machine Interfacing)

  • Introduction to MMI, its need
  • Operation details and fundamentals of MMI
  • Fault display in MMI, timer counter setting from MMI.
  • Interfacing with PLC

Module 3: HMI & Industrial Networking

3. HMI (Human Machine Interface)

  • Getting started with HMI.
  • Creating applications, creating tags.
  • Downloading and uploading Programs.
  • Creating GUI screen on the HMI.
  • Alarm Messages.
  • Communicating with PLC.
  • Fault diagnostics and Troubleshooting.

4. Working with Second PLC

  • Working with number of other PLC.
  • Hardware overview of that PLC.
  • Description of Programming language.
  • Uploading /Downloading and monitoring the program.
  • Data files in used in a PLC.
  • Interfacing with Relay.
  • Control circuit designing with feedback concept.
  • Interfacing proximity sensor with PLC.
  • Communication with PC.
  • Wiring different field device to PLC.
  • Simulator analysis of a PLC Programming.
  • Fault finding and Troubleshooting.
  • Description of using Memory bit in a programming.
  • Mathematical & logical concept.
  • Compare and jump statement.
  • Advance control function operation.
  • Fault diagnostics and Troubleshooting.

5. Industrial Networking

  • Taking different device through network.
  • Different Networking Topologies and their importance.
  • Communicating with Nodes, Ports, drivers and Hardware.
  • DH-485, Eternet, DeviceNet, ControlNet, Modbus, Profibus, fieldBus.

Module 4: AC Drives

6. AC Drives

  • Fundamentals of AC Drive
  • Block diagram of AC drive
  • Configuration of different drives
  • Control of drive with and without PLC
  • Various applications of AC Drive
  • Interfacing with PLC
  • Hardware Classification of Automation

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