PLC & SCADA for Automation and Process Control

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AED 1,900

AED 2,200

Duration: Upto 30 Hours
Location: United Arab Emirates, Badghis
Delivery: Onsite course

Although the PLC has been with us for more than thirty years, its role in the industrial environment is still subject to much debate and controversy. For many of its early years its role was confined to simple sequence control and interlocking. Later, however, with the advance of increasingly sophisticated microprocessor technology, analog capability – particularly PID control – became an integral part of the PLC functionality. By itself, however, the PLC was essentially blind and it was really only with the advent of the NT-based Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems that the PLC/SCADA took on a new life – competing directly with advanced DCS systems.PLC/SCADA systems are still both widely misunderstood and widely misapplied.

This course, “PLC & SCADA Systems” is designed to provide engineers and technicians with the basic theoretical and practical Understanding of PLC and SCADA systems and how this can be applied to optimize their systems in term of safety, flexibility and costs.

Course Advancement After the course, the participants will be able to:  
✓  Understand the fundamentals principles of the PLC  
✓  Identify the basic components  
✓  Employ basic and advanced programming 
✓  Carry out installation audit  
✓  Be able to apply program maintenance and quality measurement  
✓  Improve system availability  
✓  Understand basic serial communications
✓  Put into place a simulation and testing programs  
✓  Apply commonsense installation practices  
✓  Implement and maintain software quality control  
✓  Recognize the specific requirements of the
✓  PLC in safety-related applications  carry out simulation, testing and problem isolation  
✓  Recognize the different components of a SCADA system  
✓  Investigate the requirements for SCADA software  
✓  Evaluate the requirements for PLC-to-SCADA communications

Course Audience
Professionals involved in designing, selecting, sizing, specifying, installing, testing, operating and maintaining process instrumentation and control systems  Automation Engineers, Chemical Engineers, Consulting Engineers, Design Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Electricians, Installation and Maintenance Technicians, Instrument and Process Control Engineers and Technicians, Instrument Fitters, Maintenance Engineers, Mechanical Engineers and Technicians, Operations Engineers, Process Engineers, Process Operators, Production Managers, Project Managers & System Integrators

Course Methodology
50% Lecture
30% Case Studies & Exercises
20% Videos and Discussions Course Program

Day 1
Basic Components of PLC Fundamentals principles CPU Memory I/O section and addressing Digital I/O modules Analog I/O modules PLC Programming Ladder logic instructions Basic arithmetic instructions Matrix logic File or block manipulation Jump, skips and subroutines PLC Instruction Sets Memory organisation Input/output addressing Duplicate coils Timers

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