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PLC Scada Training

Prolific Systems & Technologies Private Limited

5, Prestige Complex, Telco road, Opp. MIDC Office,
Chinchwad, Pune - 411 019
Tel - (020) 64104399
Email -

Prolific Systems & Technologies Private Limited

36, Preet Chambers, Mumbai-Pune Highway,
Opp. Hero Honda Showroom,
Wakdewadi, Pune - 411 019
Tel - (020) 25533691, 25530356, 32916770
Mob :- 09373313899,
Email - prolificpune@prolifictraining.coms

Course contents Industrial Process Management

» Instrumentation in process industry» Measurement Practices
» Erection and installation guidelines » Calibration practices
» HART Communication » Field bus technology
» Advancement in the instrumentation technology » Troubleshooting

Programmable Logic Controller

» Introduction to PLC hardware
» Architectural Evolution of PLC
» Role of PLC in automation
» Introduction to the field devices attached to PLC
» PLC Fundamentals - (Block diagram of PLC's)
» Various ranges available in PLCs
» Types of Inputs & outputs » Source Sink Concept in PLC
» Concept of flags » Scan cycle execution
» Detail information about PLC components
• Power supply
•I/O modules
•Communication buss
Certified Automation Engineer Practical Exposure Allen
Bradley, Siemens and Modicon PLCs
» Introduction to PLC programming software
» Addressing concepts
» Introduction to bit, byte & word concept
» Programming instructions arithmetic and logical
•Load /and /or/out / and Read / Write
•MOVE block application
•Leading edge / trailing edge instructions
•Compare / Add / Sub /And /Or - Blocks
•Timer Blocks programming
•Counter Block programming
•Advanced instructions
•File handling
•Comment functions
•Master control /set /reset function

» Upload, download, Monitoring of programs

» Forcing I/P & O/P
» Monitoring / Modifying data table values
» Standard procedure to be followed in wiring / writing ladder etc
» Troubleshooting and fault diagnostics of PLC
» Documenting the project
» Program assignments for real time applications
» Hands on experience on writing programs
• Case studies for conveyer, motors control, timer & counter applications etc.

Panel Designing
» Preparing general arrangement diagram
» Load calculations
» Panel designing

Distributed Control System

» Introduction to control system
» Applications of DCS system
» Architectural evolution for DCS
» Comparison between the hardware PLC & DCS
» Practical exposure on Fisher Rosemount DCS system
» Hardware architecture of DCS
•Communication bus
•Power supply
•Operator and Engineering station
•I/O modules

Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition

» Applications of SCADA software
» Different packages available with I/O structure
» Features of SCADA software

Application development in Wonderware InTouch

» Creating a new SCADA application
» Creating Database of Tags
» Creating & Editing graphic display with animation• Data Entry / Start Stop
•Analog entry

» Trending
•Creating & Accessing Real-time Trends
•Creating & Accessing Historical Trends

» Creating Alarms & Events

» Writing logic through script

•Application script
•Data Change
•Window script
•Special functions

» Connectivity with the different hardware

•Communication protocols
•Communication with PLC
•Communication with Data Acquisition System

» Connectivity between software

•Communication with Excel
•Communication with Visual Basic

» Commissioning the network nodes

» Troubleshooting the application

Variable Speed Drives

» Introduction to AC Drives
» Selection criteria of the drives for particular application i.e. Speed /Torque
Characteristic etc.
» Configuration of different motor parameter for drives
i.e. speed and torque control, types of braking, ramp selection, jog/inch selection,
flux optimization, No. of poles, load equalization, selection of slip & skip
frequencies, preset speed selection, RPM etc.
» Remote and Local operation of Variable Speed Drives.
» Communication with PLC, MMI/SCADA Software
» Study of different operational methods like PWM method, flux vector control,
vector voltage control, direct torque control etc. on which Variable Speed Drives
» Troubleshooting
» Case study and different applications of Drives in the industry.


Instrumentation System
Topics covered
» Basics of Field Instrumentation
» Measurement Practices
» Erection and installation guidelines
» Calibration practices
» Wiring methods
» HART Communication
» Advancement in the instrumentation technology
» Field bus technology

Practical Exposure on
»Flow measurement
•Principles of operations of flow meters
•Types of Flow Transmitters
•Selection & Installation of sensors
•Maintenance & Trouble shooting
»Pressure measurement
•Principles of operations of pressure meters
•Types of pressure Transmitters
•Selection & Installation of sensors
•Maintenance & Trouble shooting
»Level measurement
•Types of level measurement sensors
•Principles of ultrasonic level measurement
•Selection, Installation and configuration of sensors
•Calibration practices
•Maintenance & Trouble shooting
»Temperature measurement
•Sensors for temperature measurement
•Types of RTDs & Thermocouples
•Selection, Installation and Commissioni

Useful For Those, Who

● Want to acquire the essential knowledge in the field of industrial automation

● Want to upgrade the present level of automation to enhance productivity, quality

and safety.

● Want to minmize dependence on the supplier of automation systems

● Want to understand the facts of diversified automation hardware and software of

leading manufactures.

● Want to keep the peace with the latest technology.

Compression of PLC & DCS
Basically there are lots of differences. Let me start with the explanation of
application of a PLC and a DCS.

1. PLC as understood from the name (Programmable Logic Controller) executes

some logic operations (like AND, OR, NAND....) on the inputs and gives you logic
output (0 or 1). This is the basic definition of a PLC, but today almost all PLCs
can perform analogue operations on the inputs and can handle also analogue
outputs. A PLC starts executing lines of a program one by one up to the end of
the program and then starts to execute the same program again and again...

So with this explanation you expect to have one central porccessor for a PLC. If
you use one PLC for a large plant (let's say a refinery) and this PLC fails, all the
plant will stop.

2. DCS systems, on the contrary, are not used for logic operations. They have
some multi-function controllers. Each multi-function controller has some
controllers in itself and can control, for example, 8 instrumentation loops. These
controllers, like a physical controller, can perform PID functions. Each multi-
function controller has its own proccessor. So in a large plant they divide the
functions in different groups, and each group of functions is assigned to one
multi-function controller. So if the proccessor of one multi-function controller fails,
other groups will continue their operations and the plant will not stop completely.
That is why they are called DCS (Distributed Control System). It means the
control responsibilities are distributed.

In DCS systems there is also one PC which functions as an HMI system to

change and control the parameters of the controllers. Connection between this
PC and the multi-function controllers are normally done by an industrial network.
Comparison between a PLC and a DCS system is like comparing an orange with
a watermelon.
They are both electronic parts of a control system but with different
In PLC case we have Analogue input/output modules. In DCS we don't have
them. In PLC case we have memory boards in DCS we don't have them.
This is enough for now.
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