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Automation System Engineer

Duration : 240 Hours

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Advanced Automation System Professional

Duration : 150 Hours

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Advanced PLC Program Professional

Duration : 60 Hours

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DCS Engineering & Maintenance

Duration : 30 Hours

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Electrical Control & Panel Designing

Duration : 60 Hours

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Industrial Networking

Duration : 30 Hours

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Certified Embedded Design Professional

Duration : 140 Hours

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Certified BMS Engineer (CBE)

Duration : 240 Hours

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CCTV & Security System

Duration : 90 Hours

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Automation System Engineer

Duration: - 240 Hours

The training program is broadly divided into seven sessions. Each session is taken by experts with industry experience. As the world of automation is expanding day by day, Engineers can’t survive without proper training from basic to advanced level. We have developed our syllabus to become our trained engineers an industry ready professional. Thus we have developed our training program to equip participants develop cost effective design with industrial standards.

Seven major sessions in which training imparted are

  • Electrical drives and controls.
  • Field Instrumentation and Pneumatics
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC). - Allen-Bradley, Siemens, ABB, GE Fanuc and Telemecanique PLCs
  • Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA).
  • Distributed Control System (DCS)Human Machine Interface (HMI)
  • Human Machine Interface (HMI)
  • Control panel designing.

1 . Electrical drives and controls

  • Basics of Relays, Contactor, MCB, MCCB, ELCB, ACB,SDF etc
  • Working details of different types of Electric Motors.
  • Designing of control circuits using Contactors, Relays, Timers etc
  • DOL, Star Delta Starter designing for 3 phase motors with specification.
  • Practical wiring session on different controls.
  • Motor drives- AC drives and DC drives.
  • Programming and installation of VFDs.
  • Discrete and Continuous speed control using VFDs.
  • Safety and management concepts of designing a project.

2 . Field Instrumentation and Pneumatics

  • Different types of sensors- analog and discrete
  • Technical terms used in instrumentation
  • Calibration and testing of sensors- thermo couples, RTD, pressure gauge, level sensors, proximity switches, limit switches etc
  • Final control elements- Solenoid valve, control valve, motor actuators, Solenoids, bellows, manual valves etc
  • Wiring and commissioning of reactor plant with PLC and SCADA control

3 . Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)

  • Architecture of PLC- different modules, power supply unit etc
  • Need of PLC in designing.
  • Different types of sensors- sinking, sourcing, NPN, PNP.
  • Monitoring the process through sensors- connection details.
  • Analog addressing, continuos process monitoring and control.
  • Different types of controllers- ON/OFF, Proportional, Derivative, Integral and PID control.
  • PLC Programming of branded PLCs.
  • NO/ NC concept.
  • Data file handling- forcing I/O.
  • Wiring and fault correction.
  • Programming practices.

4. Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA).

  • SCADA Packages
  • Role of SCADA in industrial automation
  • SCADA system configuration, RTU, communication protocols.
  • Script programming.
  • Real time and historical trend.
  • Configuring Alarms.
  • Real time project development with PLC interfacing.
  • Communication with other software.
  • Recipe management.
  • Accessing different security levels.
  • Report generation of current plant.

5. Distributed Control System ( DCS)

  • Architecture of DCS
  • Yokogawa Centum CS 3000
  • Comparison of PLC with DCS
  • Programming languages for DCS
  • Different types of cards and their functions

6. Human Machine Interface

  • Different types of operator Interfaces – Textual, Graphical
  • Wiring practice of HMI
  • Data handling with HMI
  • Configuration and interfacing to PLC and PC
  • Communication standards- DF1, Ethernet, DH45, RS232, RS485, Profibus

7. Control Panel Designing

  • Different types of panels.
  • Basic components to be installed in a panel.
  • Wiring details of panel.
  • Specification and physical dimension of components.
  • Earthing and Cabling of Panels- standard procedures.
  • P&I diagram preparation.

Advanced Automation System Professional

Duration: - 150 Hours

The training program is broadly divided into six sessions. Each session is taken by experts with industry experience. As the world of automation is intensifying as each day progresses, engineers can't survive without proper training from the ground level to the advanced level. Our course is highly practical-oriented, aimed at supporting and encouraging fresh engineers to foray into the automation industry and fine tune each engineer personnel.

Six major sessions in which training imparted are

  • Electrical drives and controls.
  • Field Instrumentation
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) - Allen-Bradley, Siemens, ABB, Telemecanique PLCs
  • Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA).
  • Introduction to Distributed Control System (DCS)
  • Control panel designing.

1. Electrical drives and controls

  • Basics of Relays, Contactor, MCB, MCCB, ELCB, ACB,SDF etc
  • Working details of different types of Electric Motors.
  • Designing of control circuits using Contactors, Relays, Timers etc
  • DOL, Star Delta Starter designing for 3 phase motors with specification.
  • Practical wiring session on different controls.
  • Motor drives- AC drives and DC drives.
  • Programming and installation of VFDs.
  • Discrete and Continuous speed control using VFDs.
  • Safety and management concepts of designing a project.

2. Field Instrumentation

  • Different types of sensors- analog and discrete
  • Technical terms used in instrumentation
  • Calibration and testing of sensors- thermo couples, RTD, pressure gauge, level sensors, proximity switches, limit switches etc
  • Final control elements- Solenoid valve, control valve, motor actuators, Solenoids, bellows, manual valves etc
  • Wiring and commissioning of reactor plant with PLC and SCADA control

3. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)

  • Architecture of PLC- different modules, power supply unit etc
  • Need of PLC in designing.
  • Different types of sensors- sinking, sourcing, NPN, PNP.
  • Monitoring the process through sensors- connection details.
  • Analog addressing continues process monitoring and control.
  • Different types of controllers- ON/OFF, Proportional, Derivative, Integral and PID control.
  • PLC Programming of branded PLCs.
  • NO/ NC concept.
  • Data file handling- forcing I/O.
  • Wiring and fault correction.
  • Programming practices.

4. Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA).

  • SCADA Packages
  • Role of SCADA in industrial automation
  • SCADA system configuration, RTU, communication protocols.
  • Script programming.
  • Real time and historical trend.
  • Configuring Alarms.
  • Real time project development with PLC interfacing.
  • Communication with other software.
  • Recipe management.
  • Accessing different security levels.
  • Report generation of current plant.

5 . Introduction to DCS

  • Architecture of DCS
  • Yokogawa Centum CS 3000
  • Comparison of PLC with DCS
  • Programming languages for DCS
  • Different types of cards and their functions

6 . Control Panel Designing

  • Different types of panels.
  • Basic components to be installed in a panel.
  • Wiring details of panel.
  • Specification and physical dimension of components.
  • Earthing and Cabling of Panels- standard procedures.
  • P & I diagram

Advanced PLC Program Professional

Duration: -60 hours (3 Hours per day)

1.Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)

  • Architecture of PLC- different modules, power supply unit etc
  • Need of PLC in designing.
  • Different types of sensors- sinking, sourcing, NPN, PNP.
  • Monitoring the process through sensors- connection details.
  • Analog addressing, continuos process monitoring and control.
  • Different types of controllers- ON/OFF, Proportional, Derivative, Integral and PID control.
  • PLC Programming of branded PLCs.
  • NO/ NC concept.
  • Data file handling- forcing I/O.
  • Wiring and fault correction.
  • Programming practices.

2.Introduction to SCADA.

  • SCADA Packages
  • Role of SCADA in industrial automation
  • SCADA system configuration, RTU, communication protocols.
  • Script programming.
  • Real time and historical trend.
  • Configuring Alarms.
  • Real time project development with PLC interfacing.
  • Communication with other software.

3.Control Panel Designing

  • Different types of panels.
  • Basic components to be installed in a panel.
  • Wiring details of panel.
  • Specification and physical dimension of components.
  • Earthing and Cabling of Panels- standard procedures.
  • P & I diagram preparation.

DCS Engineering & Maintenance

Duration: - 30 Hours

Distributed Control Systems are used for complex loop controls in process industries. Here the control function is distributed among different controllers. DCS system can handle thousands of I/O in digital and analog formats. They also provide more redundancy to the plant control.

  • DCS Evolution.
  • DCS System Overview.
  • DCS Hardware Overview.
  • Field Control Station Overview.
  • Human Interface Station Overview.
  • Operation of Standard Display Panels.
  • Tuning Parameter Display.
  • Tuning Parameters Description.
  • Operation of Standard.
  • Display Panels.
  • Feedback Control.
  • Instruments Operation.
  • Sequence Control Instruments Operation.
  • Real time Graphic Display Features.
  • Process Alarm Management.
  • Annunciator Message Management.
  • Operator Guide Message Management.
  • Human Interface System Utility Functions.
  • Peripheral Device Connectivity.
  • Human Interface Station Configuration.
  • Field Control Station Configuration.
  • Field Wiring Schematics for Analog & Digital Signals.
  • Control Drawing Builder.
  • Feedback Control Instrument.
  • Generation.
  • Software Switches.
  • Configuration.
  • Sequence Control Instrument.
  • Generation.
  • Operation Windows Configuration.
  • Control Group Display.
  • Process Overview Display.
  • Trend Recording Display.
  • Process Report.
  • Historical Report.
  • Image File Utility.
  • System Status Display.
  • FCS Configuration.
  • Sequence Tables.
  • Logic Charts.
  • HIS Configuration.
  • Graphic Builder.
  • Message Definition.
  • Hardware Configuration.
  • Project Common Definition.
  • I/O module Configuration.
  • Generation of interlocks.
  • Operation Group Overview.

Electrical Control & Panel Designing

Duration: -60 hours (3 Hours per day)

1 . Industrial Electrical Controls- design and installation

  • Basics of Relays, Contactor, MCB, MCCB, ELCB, ACB,VCB etc
  • Working details of different types of Electric Motors.
  • Designing of control circuits using Contactors, Relays, Timers etc
  • DOL, Star Delta Starter designing for 3 phase motors with specification.
  • Practical wiring session on different controls.
  • Motor drives- AC drives and DC drives.
  • Safety and management concepts of designing a project.

2 . Control Panel Designing

  • Different types of panels.
  • Basic components to be installed in a panel.
  • Wiring details of panel.
  • Specification and physical dimension of components.
  • Earthing and Cabling of Panels- standard procedures.
  • P & I diagram preparation.

3 . PLCs in Electrical controls.

  • Need of PLC in electrical controls.
  • Basics of PLC.
  • Architecture- Modules
  • NO/ NC, Timers, Counters etc
  • Programming practice.

Industrial Networking

Duration: 30 hours

This course covers the standard networking devices and protocols in industry. Networking of PLCs is commonly used in Industries for controlling multiple processes.
Participants get maximum practical exposure to networking devices and configuration of custom networks.

  • Need of Networking : brief history
  • Different types of networking architecture
  • Topology
  • OSI model of networking
  • Networking Hardware
  • Network Standards
    • Modbus
    • Canbus
    • Controlnet
    • Ethernet
    • Profibus
    • FIP I/O
  • Proprietary network
  • Master Slave Configurations.
  • RTUs - Remote Terminal Units.
  • Network comparisons
  • Design cases
  • Scheme of remote I/O
  • Design case of Remote I/O

Certified Embedded Design Professional

Our training is aimed at engineers practicing embedded software as well as those planning to enter the embedded field. The training presents practical sessions and techniques for use in designing, implementing, integrating, and testing of modern embedded systems. After successfully completing the training, the participant will be proficient in handling Embedded Projects independently.

MCS-Versions - Assembly Language/ Embedded C

  • INTEL 8051 mcus.8051/89c51 architectures,
  • Introduction to embedded c.
  • System development, PIC microcontrollers.
  • Microchip PIC Architecture LEDs, Loads, timer and counters.
  • Interrupt service routine; seven segment Displays.
  • 4X4 Matrix keyboard Conversion of Hex to BCD, HEX to ASCII.
  • HEX to Decimal values, 2x16 LCD Interfacing, LCD with Matrix key board.
  • UART and Serial communication.
  • PC with microcontroller and exchanging data on different baud rates.
  • Frequency counter
  • Controlling Devices from PC using serial communication.
  • Pulse Width Modulation.
  • Servo motor and Stepper Motor control Interfacing of ADC
  • Different type of sensors.
  • DEVOLOPMENT TOOL FOR MCS-8051 -KEIL

MICROCHIP - PIC - Assembly Language/ Embedded C

  • Introduction to embedded C.
  • System development.
  • PIC microcontrollers.
  • Microchip PIC Architecture LEDs, Loads, timer and counters.
  • Interrupt service routine; seven segment Displays.
  • 4X4 Matrix keyboard Conversion of Hex to BCD, HEX to ASCII.
  • HEX to Decimal values, 2x16 LCD Interfacing, LCD with Matrix key board.
  • UART and Serial communication.
  • PC with microcontroller and exchanging data on different baud rates.
  • Frequency counter.
  • Controlling Devices from PC using serial communication.
  • Pulse Width Modulation.
  • Servo motor and Stepper Motor control Interfacing of ADC
  • Different type of sensors

DEVOLOPMENT TOOL FOR PIC CONTROLLERS - MPLAB IDE.

Real Time Operating System (RTOS)

ARM Processors / Robotics

Certified BMS Engineer (CBE)

The tremendous growth in construction industry lead to more optimized controls and energy saving practices. The world is becoming smarter and greener by the implementation of high end automation systems. The energy efficiency and less CO2 emission are gaining more importance. Building Management Systems leads to more optimized control of resources, high end security and ease of access from anywhere. The internet of things initiated by big technology ventures will create a smart world which can be controlled by just a click. The lack of trained BMS engineers leads to the improper design and implementation. The industry is looking for skilled engineers who can meet all the requirements in BMS sector. IPCS CERTIFIED BMS ENGINEER training program is a golden opportunity to enhance your employability in home automation and BMS sector. We are unable to fill the industry requirements in qualified BMS Engineers because of shortage in number of trained candidates. Utilize this golden opportunity and assure your job in ever growing automation industry. Detailed syllabus is as follows.

Qualification: B.Tech/ Diploma in ECE/EEE/EI/ME/MECHATRONICS

FUNDAMENTALS OF BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  • BASIC DESIGN CRITERIA
  • COMPONENTS USED IN BMS
  • CONCEPT OF GREEN & SMART DESIGN
  • ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • MEP DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS

MICRO CONTROLLERS

  • PROGRAMMING BASICS
  • INTERFACING OF PERIPHERAL DEVICES -LCD,KEYBOARD, SEVEN SEGMENT DISPLAYS, ENCODERS,STEPPER MOTOR ETC.
  • STAND ALONE DEVICE DESIGN
  • ENERGY EFFICIENT DESIGN CONCEPTS
  • TESTING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SMALL PROCESS IN MICRO CONTROLLER

RELAY LOGIC SYSTEMS

  • BASICS OF RELAYS, CONTACTORS, TIMERS, OLR,MCCBB,ACB
  • DIGITAL TIMERS, COUNTERS
  • MOTOR CONTROL CIRCUITS- D.O.L, STAR DELTA
  • IMPLEMETATION OF FIRE ALARM LOGIC

CONTROL PANELS

  • DIFFENET TYPES OF PANELS
  • WIRING AND TROUBLESHOOTING
  • AMF PANELS
  • APFC PANELS
  • POWER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • EATHING PRACTICES

SERVO DRIVES

  • BASICS OF MOTORS-DC MOTOR, STEPPER,SERVO
  • FEED BACK SYSTEM
  • SPEED CONTROL
  • TORQUE CONTROL
  • SELECTION OF SERVO MOTOR AND DRIVES
  • PROGRAMMING OF STEPPER MOTOR DRIVRES
  • INTERFACING WITH PLC, HMI

VFDS

  • CONCEPT OF TWO WIRE/ THREE WIRE CONTROLS
  • SELECTION OF VFDS
  • PROGRAMMING OF VFD
  • FAULT CORRECTION
  • INTERFACING WITH HMI, PLC

CAD DRAWING

  • SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM
  • STANDARD SYMBOLS
  • MEP DESIGN CONCEPTS
  • PLOTTING.

NETWORKING

  • CONCEPT OF LAN, WAN
  • IMPLEMENTING OF NETWORKS
  • SHARING OF FILES, PRINTERS, SCANNERS ETC
  • NETWORK PRTOCOLS- TCP/IP, ETHERNET, MODBUS, CANBUS,PROFIBUS

CCTV

  • SELECTION OF CAMERA
  • CABLING AND TERMINATION
  • DIFFERENT TYPES OF CAMERAS
  • NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS
  • DVR CONFIGURATION
  • REMOTE MONITORING THROHGH PHONE AND NET.

BIOMETRIC ACCESS CONTROL

  • RFID CARDS
  • FINGER PRINT
  • REPORT PREPERATION
  • MAGNETIC LOCKS

FIRE ALARMS & PANELS

  • SENSORS-HEAT,SMOKE,PIR
  • CONVENTIONAL FIRE ALARM PANELS
  • ADDRESSABLE FIRE A;LARM PANELS
  • CABLING
  • SAFETY STANDARDS
  • ALARMS
  • PA SYSTEMS
  • RECORDERS

BMS CONFIGURATION

  • BASIC PARAMETERS
  • ENERGY MEASUREMENT
  • TRANSMISSION TECHNIQUES
  • NETWORK PROTOCOLS- MODBUS, PROFIBUS, CANBUS
  • CONFIGURATION OF SOFTWARE

PLC

  • MONITORING THE PROCESS THROUGH SENSORS- CONNECTION DETAILS.
  • ANALOG ADDRESSING, CONTINUOS PROCESS MONITORING AND CONTROL.
  • NO/ NC CONCEPT.
  • DATA FILE HANDLING- FORCING I/O.
  • WIRING AND FAULT CORRECTION.
  • PROGRAMMING PRACTICES.

HMI

  • HMI SYSTEM OVERVIEW.
  • HMI HARDWARE OVERVIEW.
  • OPERATION OF STANDARD DISPLAY PANELS.
  • DISPLAY PANELS - TEXTUAL AND GRAPHICAL
  • COMMUNICATION WITH PLC AND DRIVES

SCADA

  • SCADA PACKAGES
  • ROLE OF SCADA IN INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
  • SCADA SYSTEM CONFIGURATION, RTU, COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS.
  • SCRIPT PROGRAMMING.
  • REAL TIME AND HISTORICAL TREND.
  • CONFIGURING ALARMS.
  • REAL TIME PROJECT DEVELOPMENT WITH PLC INTERFACING.
  • COMMUNICATION WITH OTHER SOFTWARE.
  • RECIPE MANAGEMENT.
  • ACCESSING DIFFERENT SECURITY LEVELS.
  • REPORT GENERATION OF CURRENT PLANT.

FIELD INSTRUMENTS

  • COMMON INSTRUMENTATION PARAMETERS - SETPOINT, MEASURED VARIABLE, MANIPULATED VARIABLE, ERROR, ZERO &SPAN, HYSTERESIS, ACCURACY
  • MEASUREMENT OF LEVEL, TEMPERATURE,PRESSURE, FLOW
  • CALIBRATION OF TRANSMITTERS.

PNEUMATICS & HYDRAULICS

  • PNEUMATIC CYLINDERS,VALVES,POSITIONER
  • CONTROL VALVES
  • CALIBRATION
  • I/P CONVERTER

VEDIO DOOR PHONES

LIGHTING CONTROLS

SOLAR PANELS

UPS AND GENERATORS

SURGE &LIGHTENING PROTECTION SYSTEMS

HVAC SYSTEMS

AUTOMATIC GATES & BARRIERS

RTU

INTERVIEW TRAINING

APTITUDE

GROUP DISCUSSION

CCTV - HONEYWELL & HIKVISION

  • SELECTION OF CAMERA
  • CABLING AND TERMINATION
  • DIFFERENT TYPES OF CAMERAS
  • NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS.
  • DVR CONFIGURATION- HONEYWELL
  • NVR CONFIGURATION- HIKVISION
  • IP CAMERAS AND NETWORKING
  • REMOTE MONITORING THROHGH PHONE AND INTERNET

SECURITY SYSTEMS - INTRUDER ALARMS

  • GSM ENABLED CONTROL PANEL
  • PIR SENSORS
  • VIBRATION SENSORS
  • GAS LEAKAGE DETECTORS
  • EM LOCKS
  • BEAM SENSORS

BIOMETRIC ACCESS CONTROL - HONEYWELL

  • RFID CARDS
  • INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
  • FINGER PRINT ACCESS
  • REPORT PREPERATION/H3>
  • MAGNETIC LOCKS

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