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Introduction to automation

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For more details About the PLC, SCADA, DCS, DRIVES, FIELD INSTRUMENTS feel free to contact us http://www.nanocdac.com/

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  • 1. Industrial Automation Stepping Stone Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 2. What is Automation ? Automation is basically the delegation of human control function to technical equipment for Increasing Productivity  Increasing Quality  Reducing Cost  Increasing Safety in working conditions Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 3. Industrial Automation Components Control Software Control Hardware  Field Instruments Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 4. Control Software Control software example is “SCADA”  Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 5. SCADA Application Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 6. Some of the Leading SCADA Software Wonderware : InTouch  Intellution : Fix DMACS  Merz : Aspic  Allen Bradley : Rsview  Siemens : WinCC  GE Fanuc : Cimplicity  KPIT : ASTRA Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 7. Control Hardware  Standalone PID Controllers  Programmable logic controllers (PLC)  Distributed Control System Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 8. Typical Installations using PID Controllers Installation Example RS-232 Controllers placed in field RS-485 Bus Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 9. Programmable Logic Controllers  Now a days PLCs are the most widely used control hardware in control applications  The PLC is programmed interface between the field I/p element like limit switches, sensors, push button and the final control elements like actuator, solenoid/control valves, drives Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 10. Modicon PLC Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 11. Siemens PLC Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 12. Allen Bradley PLC Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 13. Programming Languages in PLCs  Ladder Logic ( LAD/LD )  Structured Text ( ST)  Instruction List ( IL )  Sequential Function Chart ( SFC )  Function Block Diagram ( FBD ) Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 14. Field Instruments Examples : Sensors Transducer Motors Drives Switches HMI Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified
  • 15. Sensors RTD : Output in Ohms (Temperature) Thermocouples : Output in mV (Temperature) Pressure Transmitters : 4-20mA, 0-10 V ….. Flow Transmitter : 4-20mA, 0-10 V ….. Level Transmitter : 4-20mA, 0-10 V ….. Conductivity meter : 4-20mA, 0-10 V ….. Density meter : 4-20mA, 0-10 V ….. pH transmitter : 4-20mA, 0-10 V ….. Nano Scientific Research Center - An ISO certified

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