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PUNE'S LEADING TRAINING INSTITUTE NOW IN NASHIK

OUR BRANDS
Automation training nashik
EMPOWER YOURSELF WITH LET'S AUTOMATE

Achieve Your Goals

As per our name, we are here to create new paths in the industrial automation field.
Motto of our organization is to provide high-quality services in the industrial Automation at affordable course fee to the masses.
In today's scenario, Automation has become the most vital part of the manufacturing industry. Manufacturing industry is the core part of developing nation like India.
Let's Automate is bringing an opportunity to Engineering professionals to become part of the Automation field by providing them essential training in PLC, SCADA, HMI, and Drives.
Automation Course in Nashik. Automation training in nashik

Who should join this Course

ENGINEERS
This course suits best for
engineers who wants to build new
innovative industrial automation solutions.

That could be from the following
department:

1.Mechatronics

2.Mechanical
3.Automation & Robotics

4.Electrical

5.Electronics

INDUSTRIALIST
This course is equally beneficial to
the industrialist who wishes to
optimize their manufacturing
system with intelligent control
utilizing sensors, PLC's and actuators

STUDENTS
Students who are looking for
career in Industrial Automation
can be highly beneficial from this
course., as it provides platform to
convert ideas into action. To learn
and implement all those books
knowledge into practice.

AUTOMATION COURSE CONTENT

DIPLOMA IN ADVANCE INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION

Duration: 4 Months

STUDY OF AUTOMATION COMPONENTS

(MODULE-A)

1. Analog Sensors (Temperature).
2. Relay, Contactors, OLR.
3. SMPS.
4. Limit Switch.
5. Circuit Breakers (MCB, MCCB, ACB, VCB, OCB, MPCB).
6. Timer, Counters.
7. Switches (Reed switch, Selector switch, Toggle switch).
8. Other Control Panel Components.
9. Basic Electrical Symbols.

PLC (PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER)

(MODULE-B)

1. Introduction to PLC hardware.
2. START/STOP LOGIC.
3. Role of PLC in Automation.
4. Introduction to the field devices attached to PLC.
5. PLC component.
6. Various range available in PLC.
7. Type of inputs & Outputs.
8. Source, Sink Concept in PLC.
9. Scan cycle execution.
10. PLC Communication.

Drive

MITSUBISHI

(MODULE-E)

1. Mitsubishi PLC Series.
2. Introduction to GX-works.
3. Introduction of PLC software Addressing Concepts.
4. Programming instructions User & Bit.
5. All about Timers & Counters.
6. Compare, Compute / Math Instructions.

7. MOVE Instructions.
8. Upload, Download, Monitoring programming.
9. Standard Procedure For Ladder Drawing.
10.Hands on experience on writing programs
11. Troubleshooting and fault diagnostics of PLC.
12. IO Wiring.

DELTA

(MODULE-F)

1. PLC series in Delta.
2. How to download and Install Delta Software
3. Introduction to Delta Programming Software.
4. Programming instructions User & Bit.
5. All about Timers & Counters.
6. Compare, Compute / Math Instructions.
7. MOVE Instructions.

 

ALLEN BRADLEY

(MODULE-C)

1. Allen Bradley PLC Series.
2. Introduction to RsLinx Classic Software.
3. Introduction to RsLogix Software.
4. Wiring Connection.
5. Introduction of PLC software Addressing Concepts.
6. Programming instructions User & Bit (NO, NC, Latch, Unlatch, ONS, OSR, OSL).
7. All about Timers & Counters.
8. Compare, Compute / Math Instructions MOVE Instructions.
9. File Handling, Program Control.
10. Analog Scale With Parameter.
11. Upload, Download, Monitoring programming.
12. Standard Procedure For Ladder Drawing.
13. Hands on experience on writing programs
14. Troubleshooting and fault diagnostics of PLC.
15. Interfacing to other Hardware.

SIEMENS

(MODULE-D)

1. Siemens PLC Series.

2. Introduction to Siemens Software.
3. Introduction of PLC software Addressing Concepts.
4. Programming instructions User & Bit.
5. All about Timers & Counters.
6. Compare, Compute / Math Instructions.
7. MOVE Instructions.
8. Upload, Download, Monitoring programming.
9. Standard Procedure For Ladder Drawing.
10. Hands on experience on writing programs.
11. Troubleshooting and fault diagnostics of PLC.
12. Interfacing to other Hardware.
13. IO Wiring.

SCADA (SUPERVISORY CONTROL AND DATA ACQUISITION)

(MODULE-G)

1. Introduction to SCADA.
2. SCADA Architecture.
3. Selection and Requirements of Components.
4. Screen Properties.
5. Introduction to SCADA Software.
6.Creating a new SCADA application.
7. Creating Database of Tags.
8. Connectivity between software.
9.Interfacing of PLC & DDE protocol.
10. Creating & editing graphic display with animation.
11. Creating Real-time & Historical Trends.
12. Creating Alarms & Events.
13. Writing logic through script.
14. Connectivity with the different hardware.
15. Recipe management.
16. Security.

HMI (HUMAN MACHINE INTERFERENCE)

(MODULE-H)

1. Interfacing & Networking with PLC.
2. Creating Screen.
3. Screen Switching.
4. Creating Tag Database.
5. Popup Screens.
6. Bit & Word Lamp.
7. User Input / Outputs Display.
8. Generating Alarms Security.
9. Uploading / downloading Application, Communication & Troubleshooting.
10. Password.
11.0 User Privilege.

VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE

(MODULE-I)

1. Allen-Bradley Drive Powerflex.
2. Electrical Specification.
3. Hardware Architecture.
4. Start/Stop Operation.
5. Direction & Speed Control.
6. Wiring.
7. Basic Parameters Setting.
8. Fault Code Description.

BASICS OF SENSORS

(MODULE-J)

1. Inductive Sensor.
2. Capacitive Sensor.
3. NPN, PNP Sensors Wiring.
4. Proximity Sensors.
5. Sensors wiring to PLC.
6. What is NO & NC Sensor.

BASICS OF ELECTRICAL

(MODULE-K)

1. How to use Multimeter.
2. Basic Circuit Connection.
3. Star-Delta Starter.
4. DOL Starter.
5. Forward Reverse Electric Motor Controller

 
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