Rabu, 24 Maret 2010

PLC POWER ELECTRICAL AND CONTROL SYSTEM




There has always a great need for communication within industries. However, in the present, the focal points have changed. In the past, integration considered the different levels in the automation process where in the lowest level sensors and actuators communicate with a controller. Communication for the different levels was solved separately using the well known communication protocols. Now there are quite different demands. From underneath field devices with more intelligence, stand alone production equipment and other automation parts need to communicate large quantities of data in fast and deterministic fashion. From the top level (management level), the demands are production planning and control integration, quality management, traceability, maintenance systems and others. There is a need to integrate everything from sensors to the board of directors, from remote plants to local operator station, etc.


- Identify key aspects of a process.
- Differentiate between open and closed-loop control systems.
- Identify characteristics of process control variables.
- Match symbols on a Process and Instrumentation Drawing (P&ID) with their meanings.
- Match codes on a Process and Instrumentation Drawing (P&ID) with their meanings.
- Sequence the guidelines for reading Process and Instrumentation Drawing (P&ID) prints


1. Introduction
• Fundamentals of PLC Hardware
2. Background to Scada Control
• Scada Control System Hardware
3. Fundamentals of PLC Control Software
• Using Ladder logic for Simple Digital Function
• Using Registers (words)
4. Scada Control Systems software
5. Good Programming Habits
• Local Area networks (lans)
• Good Installation Practice
6. Human Machine Interfaces
• Good Installation Practice
7. Advanced Control with PLC
• Batch Processes and Sequential Control
• PID Control
• Safety Programmable Systems
8. LANDLINE MEDIA
• Wide area Network (wan) Technologies
9. INTRODUCTION TO IEC 61131-3
10. Scada Network Security
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Specification of Systems
• Building a PLC Panel, as Well as General Commissioning, Testing and Up Grading
11. INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOLS
• Modems
• Practical Exercises
• Entrance Requirements

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