Instrumentation Training Including PID Control

Instrumentation Training Including PID Control

For these courses, it is essential that the delegates are computer literate (a basic know-how is enough). The facilitator is available for travelling and can provide on-site training for a minimum of 4 delegates.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Instrumentation and Control systems from artisan to engineer.
  • Electrical personnel from artisan to engineer.
  • Instrumentation and Electrical design personnel. ·Network specialists with a leaning towards control systems networks.
  • Plant maintenance personnel in the electrical and instrumentation field.
  • Anyone wishing to extend their knowledge if they are already in a related field.
  • Mechanical personnel who install and maintain Control Valves.

INDUSTRY USE

  • Petro-Chem
  • Oil and Gas.
  • Food and Beverage including Breweries.
  • Iron and Steel Industry.
  • Power Generation.
  • All Mining.
  • Car Manufacture.
  • Water and Sewage
  • Glass Manufacture.
  • Entertainment.
  • Any Manufacturing Operation that uses Automation.

The ones listed are just an overview.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

Most of these courses are of a practical nature, and you will be hands on with the appropriate software for a specific course. You will feel confident to move to the next level and implement the things that have been taught on the course. As you work with the product, you will learn even more from your own experiences.

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Jeff Sharman obtained a National Certificate level in Electrical Engineering at the Chesterfield College of Technology. He began his career as an Instrument Mechanic and over 38 years, has worked in various capacities in organizations such as in Sasol, Babcock Engineering and Davy International. He began his training career at Fisher Rosemount presenting courses on the DeltaV and RS3 DCS systems. Over the last 17 years, he has been a Training Consultant with Rockwell Automation. He became the first certified Hirschmann Trainer in Africa after spending time in Hirschmann, Germany one of the world leaders in Ethernet Technology. He has also trained courses on Instrumentation, Fisher control valves, all Rockwell systems and Networks.

He has an extensive experience across diverse Instrumentation and control system fields particularly PLC’s, Networks and HMI’s. He is also well travelled and has spent time in various countries in Sub Saharan Africa and the Middle East.

TRAINING COURSES AVAILABLE

Instrumentation and Control systems including PID control.

This course is aimed at anyone involved in instrumentation and control systems who require a greater understanding of the commonly used disciplines such as Flow, Pressure, Temperature and Level measurement and includes detailed coverage of PID control. From beginner level. You will be shown the different options available and the most suitable for different applications.

Duration: 2 Days.

Control Valves.

This course will give a better understanding for selecting the correct control valve for the correct application, covering types, characteristics, sizing and any other special features that may be required. This course is for Instrument Mechanics and Mechanical artisans who are involved in selection, installation and maintenance of control valves.

Duration: 1 Days.

Generic PLC Training and Scada/HMI Training not Manufacture Specific.

This covers PLC’s Explained from basic to a little more advanced. Ideal for someone who has little or no PLC knowledge.

Duration: 3 Days.

Ethernet Networks using Hirschmann Managed Switches.

This course is quite advanced and is suitable for someone who has a basic knowledge of Ethernet networks, but needs to know more using Managed Switches. Topics covered, IP addressing and Subnet Masks, Supernetting, Vlan Creation, Redundancy Types, Layer 3 Routing. Suitable for Ethernet Networking specialists and Control Systems personnel who wish to obtain a fullunderstanding of Ethernet Networking to the highest level. There are 3 courses available form the basic to the very advanced.

Duration: 5 Days for each Course.

Basic Logix5000/Controllogix Training

This course is aimed at technicians/engineers with little or no exposure to logix5000. This is for Instrumentation and Electrical personnel. Exposure to other PLC systems would be an advantage but not essential. The ability to navigate around a computer with mouse and keyboard is paramount. You will become familiar with navigating and setting up the logix5000 software, communicating to a controller and going online, becoming familiar with some of the basic commonly used instructions, becoming familiar with the different platforms using logix5000 and creating a project.

Duration: 3 Days.

Logix5000/Controllogix Basic Ladder Programming.

This course is aimed at Instrument and Electrical personnel who have had some exposure to logix5000, or having completed the Basics training. You will become familiar with the purpose and usage of many commonly used instructions and carry out best practices as far as programming is concerned. This will enable you to program ladder with confidence, carry out changes and design from scratch.

Duration: 3 Days.

Logix5000/Controllogix Advanced.

This course is aimed at Instrument and Electrical personnel who are familiar with logix5000 and need to be able to develop projects from scratch using all the available tools and techniques. You will become familiar with the purpose and usage of many commonly used instructions, periodic and event tasks, produced and consumed tags, add- on instructions, communicating between controllers, message instructions and much more. You will be confident of creating a project in the most efficient manner. This course is quite in- depth.

Duration: 5 Days.

Logix5000/Controllogix Fault finding.

This course is aimed at Instrument and Electrical personnel who are familiar with logix5000 and are responsible for the day to day maintenance and problem solving of their control systems. You will learn the methods used to locate and correct problems with the logix5000 system. This will cover hardware and software issues, programming and controller problems and is applicable to all the platforms.

Duration: 3 Days.

Logix 5000 / Controllogix Function Block Diagrams(FBD).

This course is aimed at Instrument and Electrical personnel who are familiar with logix5000 and use function block diagrams for their operation. You will learn the best methods used to program routines using the FBD language. This will encompass logical as well as analog applications and will include PID control.

Duration: 3 Days.

Logix5000/C ontrollogix Structured Text(ST) Sequential Function Charts(SFC).

This course is aimed at Instrument and Electrical personnel who are familiar with logix5000 and statement listing, sequencing requirements. You will learn the best methods used to program routines using the ST/SFC language. to suit their application. Generally used with sequencing applications.

Duration: 2 Days.

Ethernet Networking. The basics

This course is aimed at Instrument, Electrical and Networking/IT personnel who have to create and maintain Ethernet networks within their organization. Some Ethernet knowledgeis advantageous. You will learn the rules when designing and maintaining an Ethernet network. This is a universal protocol utilizing the 7 layer OSI model.

Duration: 3 Days.

FactorytalkviewSE Programming.

This course is aimed at Instrument and Electrical personnel who are familiar with logix5000 and use function block diagrams for their operation. You will learn the best methods used to program routines using the FBD language. This will encompass logical as well as analog applications and will include PID control.

Duration: 3 Days.

Factory talkviewME Programming.

This course is aimed at Instrument and Electrical personnel and Software Developers who are familiar with computer navigation and some exposure to HMI systems would be an advantage. You will learn how to develop, design and implement an HMI project using all the techniques available within Factorytalk Studio. Factory talkviewME is suitable for linking to Panelview Plus terminals. This will link to a logix5000 project.

Duration: 5 Days.

Other courses available On Demand

The following courses can also be offered on demand. The training topics refer to legacy equipment which is still in use but gradually being replaced with the latest technology. The demand for these courses is quite low. Further detail can be supplied on request.

PLC5: Courses available are Fundamentals, programming, maintenance and advanced. SLC500: Courses available are Fundamentals, programming, maintenance and advanced. RSview32: This is the earlier HMI system before the advent of factory talkview. A 5 day programming course is available

Duration: 5 Days.

TO BOOK YOUR SPACE AT THIS EVENT, CONTACT US ON:

(+27) 087 701 9015

info@argonauttraining.co.za