Public Program: Industrial Automation

 

Industrial Hydraulics-IAT500

OBJECTIVE
• The objective of the programmable is to provide the participants with the fundamental and the important of physical principles of hydraulics. It is also to acquaint the participant with the hydraulic elements commonly used in industry, their characteristics, functions, symbols as well as applications.

COURSE CONTENT
• Application of hydraulics
• Physical principles, symbols and standard
• Types and properties of hydraulic fluids
• Design, function and characteristic data of pump, power packs, flow and pressure valves directional control valves directional control valves, restrictors, orifices
• Measurement of cylinder times and pressures
• Calculation examples for force, speed and output
• Basic circuits with single and double-acting cylinders
• Positioning of cylinders
• Maintaining uniform pressure with regulators
• Differential circuit with input flow control

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Engineers, supervisors and technicians who are involved in the design, operation or maintenance of electro – hydraulic control system.

Duration : 3 days
Time : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue : JOHOR SKILLS
Methodology : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, practical demonstration


 

PLC Siemens Simatic S7 – 300 -IAT311

OBJECTIVE
• The course aims to provide participants with a comprehensive knowledge into the applications and operation of programmable logic controllers in factory automation control systems. Participants will be taught designing, programming and implementation of programming logic

COURSE CONTENT
Day 1
1) Introduction
• Introduction; Control system in general; Type of control; Structure of programmable control system; How does a programmable controller works; Signal states and sensor contact; Addressing of input and outputs; Program representation.
2) Software/hardware setup
• Entering S7 software; Project setting; Creating the program; Save the program; Transfer the program; Program test.
3) Basic Logic Functions
• The stages of project planning; Programming AND operation; OR operation; AND-before-AND operation; OR-before-AND operation; Programming of NC contacts and NO contact Latching output; RS memory function; Repetitive output
• Exercise 1

Day 2
4) Numerical Systems and Data Formats
5) Timer Operations
• Input and outputs of a timer; Different types of timer; Specifying the time period
• Exercise 2

Day 3
6) Count Operations
• Count functions; Input and output functions; Interrogate counter;
7) Compare operations
8) Exercise 3

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Technicians, supervisors, designers and engineers who are involved in design, sizing and operation of automated control system using PLC.

Duration : 3 days
Time : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue : JOHOR SKILLS
Methodology : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, practical demonstration


 

PLC Omron With CX-Programmer-IAT303

OBJECTIVE
• The provide a comprehensive knowledge on the applications and operations of PLC and the window-based ladder programming in factory automation systems. Participants will be taught how to draw, save, edit, download program and on-line monitoring.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Technicians, Supervisors, Academic, Engineers and Designers who are involved in the design or operation of Programmable Logic Controllers in factory Automation.

COURSE CONTENTS
Day 1 (9.00 am to 5.00 pm)
• Background of PLC.
• Principle of operation.
• Input & Output device.
• Key points to know when using PLC
• Practical
Day 2 (9.00 am to 5.00 pm)
• System design concept – using PLC.
• Practical programming of PLC using CX-Programmer Software.
• Case study simulation of PLC.
• PLC & CX-Programmer hardware configuration.
• Establish communication link between computer and PLC
Day 3 (9.00 am to 5.00 pm)
• Circuit developments and diagram design.
• Criteria for the use of mechanical switch, Inductive, Capacitive,Optical proximity sensors and Magnetic Sensor.
• Practical
Day 4 (9.00 am to 5.00 pm)
• Development of sequence and logic control systems.
• Procedure for selecting programmable logic controller systems.
• Off – line operation of windows environment.
• File management and documentation.

EQUIPMENT IN USE
• PLC Omron Sysmac CPM1A, CPM2A, CQM1, C200HE and CS1.
• Programming console PRO01, PRO27
• Software programming tool for OMRON PLC – CX-PROGRAMMER

Duration : 4 days
Time : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue : JOHOR SKILLS
Methodology : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, practical demonstration


 

PLC Siemens Simatic S7-200-IAT310

OBJECTIVE
• This course is aimed at all personnel without S7 or PLC knowledge who want to learn about the principles of operation and application of programmable logic controller and programming for complete projects.

COURSE CONTENT
• Introduction to Simatic S7 system family and the programming language used.
• Hardware configuration of the PLC system complete with a working Simatic S7 model.
• Understanding how to edit blocks and the use of binary operations, digital operations and symbolic functions.
• Representing of Step 7 programming language test functions to enable online and offline programming.
• Leaning the use of function blocks and function of organization blocks within the user program complete with Date storage functions.
• Communication via MPI protocol and analogue processing functions.
• Documentation, Archiving program and saving program.

PRE-REQUISITES
• Basic knowledge of logic control technology and keyboard skills.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Technicians, supervisors, designers and engineers who are involved in design, sizing and operation of automated control system using PLC.

Duration : 3 days
Time : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue : JOHOR SKILLS
Methodology : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, practical demonstration


 

Maintenance On Automation-PFT100

OBJECTIVE
• The objective of the programme is to familiarise the participants with the concept and various aspects of automation as employers shift to automated production processes.

COURSE CONTENT
• Introduction of automation
• Pneumatic & Electro pneumatic
• Hydraulic & Electro Hydraulic
• Sensor in automation system
• Push Button and Limit switches
• Relay, Timer & Contactor
• Basic Electrical
• Basic Electronics Analog and Digital
• Measuring & testing equipment
• Electric Motors & Motor control system
• Effective soldering technic
• Programmable Logic Controllers

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• This programme is designed for all those involved in maintaining of automation system.

Duration : 3 Months
Time : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue : JOHOR SKILLS
Methodology : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration


 

Sensor In Industrial Automation-IAT1000

OBJECTIVE
• To be able to select a sensor according to its application
• To know the operating principles for different types of proximity sensors
• To be able to do the connection to a PLC input interface

COURSE CONTENT
• Various types of sensor
• Limit switches
• Proximity sensors
• Photo electric sensor
• Ultrasonic sensor
• Reed switch or magnetic sensor
• Sensor selection
• Parameter to consider in choosing sensor
• Sensing range (Sn, Sa)
• Sensor mounting or installation
• Electric 2 ñ Wires sensor
• Electric 3 ñ Wires sensor
• Connection to the relay
• Connection to the PLC input interface
• Sensor testing and application

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Supervisor, technician, instructors and operators who are involved in the design and operation in factory automation

Duration : 2 Days
Time : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue : JOHOR SKILLS
Methodology : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration


 

Industrial Electro Hydraulics-IAT501

OBJECTIVE
• The course serves as an introduction to industrial electro-hydraulics control commonly used in industrial as well as to develop the ability to read, design and construct electro-hydraulics circuits.

COURSE CONTENT
• Function and use electro-hydraulics component.
• Recognizing and reading of electric and hydraulic symbol.
• Development and reading of standard circuit diagram.
• Representation of control tasks in operation diagram.
• Direct and indirect control of actuators.
• Manual and automatic operation.
• Stroke and pressure – dependent controls.
• Interlocking circuits.
• Rapid traverse circuits.

PRE-REQUISITES
• Should have the basic hydraulic knowledge.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Engineers, Supervisors and Technicians who are involved in the design operation or maintenance of electro-hydraulic systems.

Duration : 3 days
Time : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue : JOHOR SKILLS
Methodology : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, practical demonstration


 

PLC National / Panasonic With FPWIN GR Software-IAT302

OBJECTIVE
• This course aims to provide the participants with a comprehensive knowledge of the (NAIS) PLC. Hand-on programming and hardware installation will be emphasized.

COURSE CONTENT
• Introduction And Background Control System
• Why Automation
• Binary and Analogue System
• Traditional Control System
• Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)

INTRODUCTION
• Historical background
• Comparison between PLC / Relay and PLC/ Computer
• Hardware Features
• Operating principles of the PLC
• Hardware Installation & Wiring
• Sink and source connection
• Table of PLC NAIS FP1 units
• Expansion and Configuration
• Performance specifications of control unit and expansion unit
• Wiring diagram
• Programming

INTRODUCTION TO LADDER LOGIC AND STATEMENT LIST PROGRAM
• Programming Tools
• Programming devices
• Boolean contact instruction
• Boolean output instruction
• Logical stack instruction
• Special Contact Instructions
• Timer Instructions
• Counter Instructions
• End, Conditional END and NOP Instruction
• NPST- GR Programming Software

HOW TO CONFIGURE THE NPST-GR
• Type of PLC
• Before entering a program
• NPST menu configuration
• Function key configuration
• Loading a program from disk
• Saving a program to the disk
• Uploading a program from programmable controller
• Downloading a program to programmable controller

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Engineers, Supervisors, Forman, Technicians, Designs who are involved in the design and operation of automated control using NAIS PLC.

Duration : 4 days
Time :9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue : JOHOR SKILLS
Methodology : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, practical demonstration


 

PLC Mitsubishi with FXGPWIN / GX-DEVELOPER Software-IAT301

OBJECTIVE
• This course aims to provide the participants with a comprehensive knowledge of the Mitsubishi series PLC, Hand on programming and hardware installation will be emphasized.

COURSE CONTENT
1. Introduction to PLC
• Historical background of PLC
• General overview of PLC
• Advantages of PLC over relay system
• Keypoint to know whenusing a PLC
2. PLC hardware design
• Central processing unit CPU
• Memory
• Input and output (I/O) unit
• Programming panel / programming unit
3. Communication / interfacing
• Communication from PC to PLC
• Communication for programming panel programming unit to PLC
4. Programming tools
• Programming with programming panel / programming unit
• Programming with MEDOS software
5. PLC programming
• Practical exercises with troubleshooting
6. PLC system maintenance
• Internal PLC faults
• External PLC faults
• Safety circuit using hardware

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Engineers, Supervisors, Forman, Technicians, Designs who are involved in the design and operation of automated control using Mitsubishi PLC.

Duration : 4 days
Time : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue : JOHOR SKILLS
Methodology : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, practical demonstration


 

Advanced Electro Pnuematics-IAT201

OBJECTIVE
• To provide participants with a wider knowledge of complex Electro-Pneumatic controls as well as to develop their ability to design, assemble and operate the control system.
• To enable participants to read and assemble circuit with editional requirements and conditions.

COURSE CONTENT
• Function and use of Electro Pneumatic components
• Stroke-dependent controls with sensors
• Stroke-dependent controls with predetermining counters
• Controls with peripheral conditions (i.e singel cycle\continuos cycle, emergency stop)
• Step diagrams\process-oriented sequence controls
• Timing controls\time oriented sequence controls
• Programmed controls with permanent and erasable sequencer
• Trouble-shooting in comprehensive Electro Pneumatic controls

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Engineers, Technicians and Supervisors who are involved in the design and assembly of Electro-Pneumatic Controls.

PRE-REQUISITE
• Participants should have basic knowledge on Electro-Pneumatic

Duration : 3 days
Time : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue : JOHOR SKILLS
Methodology : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration.


 

Industrial Electro Pneumatics-IAT200

OBJECTIVE
• To provide participants with the knowledge of related electrical structures components and to develop ability to understand, design and construct Electro-Pneumatic control systems.

COURSE CONTENT
• Physical principles of electrical systems and Pneumatics
• Function and use of Electro-Pneumatisc components
• Recognizing and drawing of Electro-Pneumatics symbols
• Representation of motion sequence and operating status
• Drawing of Pneumatic and electrical circuit diagrams
• Direct and indirect manual controls
• Direct and indirect stroke – dependent controls
• Logic And \ Or function of switch – on signals
• Time-dependent controls with time delay valves
• Trouble shooting in Electro-Pneumatics controls system
• Safety regulations

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors and Designers who are involve in the design and operation and\or maintenance of Electro-Pneumatic Control System.

Duration : 3 days
Time : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue : JOHOR SKILLS
Methodology : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, practical demonstration


 

Industrial Pneumatics-IAT100

OBJECTIVE
• To provide participants the basic knowledge on the construction and function of pneumatic elements and understanding fundamental controls and circuits.

COURSE CONTENT
• Physical principles of pneumatic
• Function and use of pneumatic components
• Recognizing and drawing of pneumatic symbols
• Representation of motion sequences and operating status
• Drawing of pneumatic circuit diagrams according to standard
• Direct and indirect manual control
• Direct and indirect stroke – dependent control
• Logic AND \ OR function of switch – on signals
• Time-dependent controls with pressure sequence valve
• Trouble shooting and safety regulations

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors and Designers who are involved in design, operation and maintenance of Pneumatic Control Systems.

Duration : 3 days
Time : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue : JOHOR SKILLS
Methodology : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practicle demonstration

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