Industrial Automation (PLC).

Course Objective:

The emphasis throughout is on useful, practical skills and their applicationin the context of common industrial situations. Much of the PLCTraining course is given over to 'hands-on' experience and the maintenanceskills that are required when working with PLCs. The main PLC manufacturersare represented on the course is Siemens PLC so that candidates learn how PLCmanufacturers employ the programming languages involved. Candidates gainexperience of PLC Programming, and this generic knowledge prepares them todeal with PLC in the future..

Intended Learning Outcomes:

   Upon Completion of this course the participant will be able to Understand PLC fundamentals and programming.<
   Work with PLC programming using Ladder logic , FBD (FunctionalBlock Diagram) and STL(Statement List).
   Develop skills on PLC instructions and their operation andapplications.
   Have knowledge on PLC Project Engineering, Design and Selection.
Programme Outcomes:

   Understanding of Industrial Automation, its use and application in the industries.
   Understanding electromechanical processes, such as control of machinery on factory assembly lines.
   Basic functions, working principle of PLC and their need in the various industries.
   Working knowledge about the hardware configuration of all types of PLC present in the market.
   Practical competence of wiring connections and communications with one or more PLCs.
   Practical competence to automate & control a system.
Assessment Plan:
i. Theory Tests (20%)
ii. Practical Tests (40%):-
     a. Completion of Independent Tasks 30%
     b. Completion of Guided Tasks 10%
iii. Assignments (30%)
iv. Viva Voce (Including Mock Interviews) (10%)



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