Course Objective and Description:
objective of these Industrial training courses is to take the student
from a beginner to Medium level PLC programmer, designer, and
troubleshooter and establishing communication between HMI & SCADA
environments. Students will learn PLC programming languages, HMI &
SCADA Tagging and its properties as they progress at their own pace
through exercises of increasing complexity. They will gain a working
knowledge of digital and analog inputs and outputs, timers, counters, high
speed instruction and advanced programming tools. Upon completion of
the course the student is expected to be able design, specify, and
install medium level PLC HMI systems and better understanding of SCADA
and DCS systems, and to troubleshoot and diagnose problems
1 Introduction to PLC
What is PLCs and how do
History of PLC
PLC Layout diagram
Merits & de-merits
Different Brands &
Types of PLC
Languages of PLC
2. Industrial Control Devices
SLD/Electrical Wiring Symbols
Manually operated switches
Mechanically operated switches
Sensor & Transducers
3. Relay Logic Circuit designing
Self holding/ Latching circuits
3 Phase Star Delta connections
Reverse Forward 3 Phase circuits
4. PLC Hardware & Interfacing Technique
Major units of PLC
General I/O wiring
5. PLC operation
Operation sequence, PLC status, Memory types
6. SIMATIC S7 System Family Overview
Series of S7-200 family PLC
Capabilities of S7-200 CPUs
S7-200 memory ranges & features
Modes of S7-200 PLC
Programming and communication devices
7. Programming Software
Hardware and software requirements
Using the Help and Tutorial files
Using the Menus and Toolbars
Understanding the STEP 7 file structure
8. Principles of
designing, tools selection & error checking with Step-7 Micro Win
setup, online monitoring ,checking ,uploading downloading techniques
9. Basic Instruction Set of PLC
Positive & Negative Transition
Using the instruction set to solve an
10. Advanced Instruction Set of PLC
Increment & Decrement
Analog inputs and outputs
High speed pulse outputs (PWM, and PTO)
High speed counters
11. Special Features
Real Time clock
Memory Cartridge usage
12. Program Documentation and
Printing programs & documentation
13. Debug and Test Tools
Using S7 Status Chart monitoring feature
Monitoring and modifying variables
Introduction and History of HMI
Merits & de-merits of HMI
Different Brands & their software
Types of HMI
Introduction to HMI editor software
What is a project
Creating a project (tool bar)
What is Screens or Windows?
Create a Window/Screen
What is Alarms?
What is event?
Create an event
What is Trend?
Create a Trend Screen
Alarm Event Display
24 Hours Trend Display
Event Display with history
Equipment in Use
Background & History of SCADA Systems
What are SCADA Systems?
DCS (Distributed Control
PLCs Developmental Background
How SCADA Evolved?
What PAC (Programmable
Automation Control) concept is?
Generations of SCADA Systems
Intro to Open Control
Control comparative analysis.
3. Orientation to
Graphical designing for industrial plants.
4. Orientation to
Trending, Graphs and Alarms.
5. Knowledge about Open
Control designing module Open Graph.
6. Knowledge about Open
Control trending module Open Trend.
7. Nuisance alarm filtering using Open Alarm
and its configuration.
How to write Script and its configuration using Script Engine
and Data logger.
9. Configuration for
multiple protocols and equipment types.
capabilities for Open Control.
Upon completion of this course, students will main
components of programmable controller systems and describe their
1. PLC interfacing techniques
2. Describe the flow of information through a
programmable controller system
3. Navigate through the PLC software
4. Transfer, monitor, and run simulated, live
5. Interpret ladder logic programs
6. Understanding of programming tools and its
7. Isolate and safely correct PLC system problems
8. Interpret ladder logic for the purpose of
9. Make changes to hardware and programs as
specified by others
should attend this course?
Students of all engineering
Process Control &
Last Date of Registration
1700 - 2100
Duration = 30