PLC BOOTCAMP Training

Introduction and History Introduction to TIA portal and its installation Programming languages stl , fbd, ladder. Making Simple Program in TIA Add remove PLC controllers IN TIA program Going onli...
created by Usman Saleem Mufti
1 Students
Last updated 2022-05-14
Enrollment: 20
Language: Urdu
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Your Coverages

  • PLC Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4
  • Variable Frequency Drive

    Course Requirements

  1. Computer and Industrial Knowledge

    Which Students must take this course

  1. Engineers, B-Tech-DAE, Industrial Professionals.

Course Content

CLASS 1
00:53:41
CLASS 2
00:44:33
CLASS 3
00:41:08
CLASS 4
00:36:40
CLASS 5
00:29:16
CLASS 6
00:49:43
CLASS 7
00:49:44
CLASS 8
00:45:30
CLASS 9
00:44:48
CLASS 10
00:38:57
CLASS 11
00:41:21
CLASS 12
00:47:25
CLASS-13
00:47:25
CLASS-14
00:42:57
CLASS-15
00:50:34
CLASS-16
00:39:10
CLASS-17
00:38:58
CLASS-18
01:22:20
CLASS-19
00:57:48
Class-20
00:28:51
Class-21
00:59:29
Class-22
00:43:02

Description

Introduction and History Introduction to TIA portal and its installation Programming languages stl , fbd, ladder. Making Simple Program in TIA Add remove PLC controllers IN TIA program Going online with s7-1200 PLC via TIA Connecting s7-1200 via Ethernet Topology, network and device views Upload /download program in PLCs Working with different type of simulators like PLCSIM and s7-plsim simulating modules Integration of simulator with TIA and their offline control Monitoring of PLC program while online Checking and setting the CPU /CONTROLLER and module properties Create tags for the I/O of the CPU. Create a simple network in your user program Use the PLC tags in the tag table for addressing the instructions Inserting new networks and deleting them Adding empty box, open and close branch as well as inserting inputs Program blocks and main OB Bit Logic Instructions NO, NC, COIL Word Logic Operations, AND, OR NOT, NAND, XOR, XNOR Assignments and negative assignments Set/reset coil with flip-flops Timers TP, TON, TOFF and time accumulators AND ALL PLC LEVEL 1 2 3 4 AND MULTI PLC IOT AND IIOT INDUSTRY 4.0 REDUNDANT SYSTEM AND MANY MORE.

Instructor Profile

Usman Saleem Mufti
Usman Saleem Mufti
Automation Engineer
I am Automation Engineer Working in Burraq Engineering Solutions as a Design Engineer. I have 8 Years of Hands-on Experience. I did a lot of projects on Industrial Automation. I have 4 years of Teaching Experience in Different sectors educational as well as Corporate sectors. I as a teacher available for the students for help. The primary and overall objective of this course is to give a novice an understanding of SCADA programming, and the inner workings of a standard HMI (Human-Machine Interface). Students will learn the difference between digital and analog signals and how to bring them into a PLC nd SCADA, process them, and send them back out. Students will be familiarized enough with a sufficient variety of SCADA designs to create a complete SCADA Project from scratch. Students will develop an understanding of alarm and notification programming, and the relevant considerations to safety and operator usability in SCADA. Students will be introduced to HMI development and given a general understanding of how an HMI program works.

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