We provide complete training program that provides education on the system adapted, including digital electronic, process control and programming of PLCs, robotic and SCADA systems. The program examines applications and examples of automated manufacturing systems including both the theory and function of digital and industrial electronics hydraulics and pneumatics, robotic systems, digital programming languages and alarm management.
The online training program is designed to provide the concepts and skills necessary to run an automated manufacturing companies running automated equipment. The content areas include online modules as well as hands on activities using training equipment.
The concepts and skills presented during the program are relevant to setup, programming, running, and troubleshooting automated equipment.
Content Area Overview
Safety and Standard Operating Procedures
Students are introduced to general safety in Industry, Lockout /Tagout and SOPs
Programmable Logic Controllers
Students set up communication with a PLC
Create and run ladder logic programs on a PLC
Incorporate a number of different program instructions including (timers, counters, math functions, move instructions, sequences etc…)
Fluid Systems (Hydraulics and Pneumatics)
Students are introduced to the differences as well as the similarities between Hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
Students will be able to identify and troubleshoot components of a fluid system
Students are introduced to a number of different sensors types and their uses.
Students will align, adjust and test a number of sensors types
Industrial Electrical Systems
Students are introduce to both AC and DC electrical circuits and testing devices
Students will set up motor control circuits
Identify and mount components in electrical enclosures
Students are introduce to belt, chain and gear drives
Students will be introduced to mechanical advantage, drive ratios and torque and the corresponding calculations
Students will assemble an align a drive system
Students are introduced to troubleshooting faults in a mechatronics assembly system using system schematic diagrams, troubleshooting charts and I/O verification