Luxury Automation Course – Multipurpose Engineering & Industrial Automation
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Luxury Automation Course

BDT 12,000

Industrial Automation & House Wiring

Class 1: MULTISTORED BUILDING WIRING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT NAME, AND DESIGN DISPLAYING FROM PROJECTOR.

Class 2 : NATIONAL BUILDING CODE RULES AND BUILDING WIRING PRACTICE WITH USING CHANGE OVER AND PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT BREAKER

Class 3 : ESTIMATION RULES OF MULTISTORE BUILDING LOAD CALCULATION AND SELECTION OF CABLES.

Class 4 : DOMESTIC CABLE DESIGN, SPECIFICATION AND SELECTION PROCEDURE AS PER MULTISTORED BUILDING REQUIREMENT.

Class 5 : INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL SWITCHES: PUSH BUTTON, SELECTOR, ROTARY, TOGGLE AUTO& MANUAL AND DISPLAYING FROM PROJECTOR.

Class 6: OPERATING AND CONNECTION PROCEDURE OF SWITCHES DISPLAY FROM PROJECTOR.

Class 7: DISPLAYING FIRE ALARM EQUIPMENT FROM PROJECTOR AND PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

Class 8: INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROL MAGNETIC CONTACTOR TYPE, CAPACITY SELECTION, AND INTERNAL WIRING DIAGRAM DISPLAYING FROM PROJECTOR.

Class 9: DIAGRAM PREPARATION AND 3 PHASE LOAD RUN PRACTICE FROM NO/NC PUSH AND MAGNETIC CONTACTOR

Class 10: ADVANTAGE, AVAILABILITY, PERFORMANC PRACTICE FROM DIRECT ONLINE SWITCH.

Class 11: ON DELAY TIMING RELAY INTRODUCTION, VOLTAGE SELECTION, TIMING SELECTION AND INTERNAL WIRING REALIZATION FOR MOTOR STAR DELTA RUN.

Class 12: INDUSTRIAL MOTOR DELAY CONTROL CIRCUIT PRACTICAL PRACTICE BY ON DELAY TIMER

Class 13: INDUSTRIAL MAGNETIC RELAY TYPE, VOLTAGE AND AMPERE SELECTION. INTERNAL WIRING IDENTIFICATION, SELECTION AS PER LOAD.

Class 14: MONITORING VARIOUS TYPE OF RELAY FROM PROJECTOR AND LOAD CONTROLLING CIRCUIT PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

Class 15: WHAT IS PHASE DETECTION RELAY, COMMERCIAL TYPE OF PHASE DETECTION RELAY

Class 16: ECONOMY PHASE DETECTION CIRCUIT FABRICATION BY MAGNETIC RELAY.

Class 17: INDUSTRIAL MOTOR ECONOMY PROTECTION PRACTICAL PRACTICE BY PHASE DETECTION CIRCUIT AND EASY REPAIRING PROCEDURE.

Class 18: INDUSTRIAL MOTOR ECONOMY PROTECTION PRACTICAL PRACTICE BY PHASE DETECTION CIRCUIT AND EASY REPAIRING PROCEDURE.

Class 19: BENIFIT OF APPLICATION DELAY OFF TIMING RELAY ON GENERATOR AND FURNACE BOILER IN INDUSTRY.

Class 20: PRACTICAL PRACTICE OF INDUSTRIAL MOTOR DELAY OFF AND TROUBLE SHOOTING.

Class 21: DUEL/SEQUENTIAL TIMER APPLICATION AND INTERNAL WIRING IDENTIFICATION WITH TIME SETTING PROCEDURE.

Class 22: AUTO CONTROL TRAFIC SIGNAL PRACTICAL PRACTICE BY SEQUENTIAL TIMER

Class 23: DOMESTIC WATER TANK AUTO CONTROL BY ELRCTRICAL FLOAT SENSOR PRACTICAL PRACTICE AND ECONOMY CONNECTION PROCEDURE.

Class 24: AUTO TRANSFER SWITCH (ATS) BENIFIT, CONTROLLING PROCEDURE AND PRACTICAL PRACTICE FOR GENERATOR & REB.

Class 25: HUNTING PREVENTION AUTO TRANSFER SWITCH (ATS) CONTROLLING PROCEDURE AND PRACTICE BY APPPLICATION WITH TIMER.

Class 26: POWER PLANT OPERATING PANEL OPERATION IN APPLICATION WITH VARIOUS TYPE LIMIT SENSOR.

Class 27: SUPER MARKET AND HIGH-RISE BUILDING METAL DETECTOR MAKING PROCEDURE BY APPLICATION OF PROXIMITY SENSOR

Class 28: HIGH RISE MARKET/BUILDING LIFT CONTROLLING BY USING PHOTO ELECTRIC SWITCH (TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER) PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

Class 29: INDUSTRIAL MOTOR REVERSE /FORWARD CONNECTION PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

Class 30: LOAD SELECTION, ITEM SELECTION AS PER MOTOR CAPACITY AND PRACTICE STAR-DELTA CONNECTION WITH 3 PHASE MOTOR.

Class 31: WHY SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM MENDATORY FOR SUB STATION, LAY OUT PROCEDURE AND PRACTICE

Class 32: SELECTION OF INDUSTRIAL INDUCTION MOTOR FOR INDUSTRY AS PER INSULATION CLASS, IP PROTECTION, SERVICE FACTOR, TYPE AND FRAME SIZE REALIZATION.

VFD/ FREQUENCY INVERTER PROGRAMMING, CONNECTION, MOTOR RUN, TROUBLESHOOTING (2 BRANDS: MITSUBISHI, DELTA)

Class 1: 1. INTRODUCTION TO VFD, TALK ABOUT ITS BENEFITS AND WHY WE SHOULD USE A VFD.

Class 2: 2. VFD HARDWIRE SELECTION PROCEDURE ACCORDING TO LOAD/MOTOR.

Class 3: CONNECTION PROCEDURE OF A MOTOR TO A VFD DEVICE.

Class 4: FAMILIARIZATION WITH VFD INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL MODE

Class 5: VFD EXTERNAL MODE WIRING ACCORDING TO VFD COMPANY MANUAL PRACTICAL PRACTICE

Class 6: FAMILIARIZATION WITH VFD OPERATION MODE SELECTION FOLLOWING VFD MANUAL.

Class 7: INTRODUCTION TO VFD PARAMETER SETTING ACCORDING TO VFD MANUAL.

Class 8. FAMILIARIAZATION WITH VFD FAULT FINDING AND TROUBLE SHOOTING.

PLC PROGRAMMING, CONNECTION & TROUBLESHOOTING (2 BRANDS: MITSUBISHI, SIEMENS)

Class 1: INTRODUCTION TO PLC.

Class 2: DISCUSS ABOUT PLC INPUT ELEMENT

Class 3: DISCUSS ABOUT PLC OUTPUT ELEMENT

Class 4: DISCUSS ABOUT PLC INPUT MODULE / OUTPUT MODULE

Class 5: DISCUSS ABOUT PLC ADDRESSING.

Class 6: FAMILIARIZATION WITH VARIOUS PLC LANGUAGES

Class 7: BLOCK DIAGRAM OF PLC.

Class 8: FAMILIARIZATION WITH VARIOUS LADDER SYMBOL

Class 9: CONCEPT AND CONVERSION FROM ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM TO LADDER DIAGRAM

Class 10: BASIC CONCEPT OF PLC SOFTWARE & DATA CABLE

Class 11: OVERVIEW AND INSTALLATION OF VARIOUS PLC SOFTWARES

Class 12: LOAD CONTROLLING WITHOUT LATCHING PRACTICAL PRACTICE

Class 13: LOAD CONTROLLING WITH LATCHING PRACTICAL PRACTICE

Class 14: FAMILIARIZATION WITH INTERNAL AUXILIARY RELAY IN PLC

Class 15: COMPARISON BETWEEN GENERAL AUXILIARY RELAY AND BATTERY BACKED AUXILIARY RELAY

Class 16: FAMILIARIZATION WITH DIFFERENT TYPE OF INTERNAL TIMERS IN PLC.

Class 17: COUNTING SYSTEM AND LOGIC OF INTERNAL ON DELAY TIMERS IN PLC.

Class 18: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NORMAL TIMERS AND RETENTIVE TIMERS.

Class 19: ON DELAY TIMER LOGIC PRACTICAL PRACTICE

Class 20: DESIGN OF A COMPLICATED PROJECT USING MULTIPLE TIMERS AS PER REQUIREMENT.

Class 21: DESIGN A TRAFFIC SIGNAL PROJECT USING MULTIPLE TIMERS.

Class 22: FAMILIARIZATION WITH VARIOUS TYPE OF COUNTERS IN PLC.

Class 23: LOAD CONTROLLING PRACTICAL PRACTICE USING COUNTERS

Class 24: STAR-DELTA CIRCUIT PRACTICAL PRACTICE IN PLC.

Class 25: FAMILIARIZATION WITH VARIOUS TYPES OF DATA REGISTERS IN PLC.

Class 26: PROGRAMMING OF DATA REGISTERS COMBINED WITH INCREMENT, DECREMENT & DATA REGISTERS

Class 27: TIMER COMBINED WITH DATA REGISTER PROGRAMMING PRACTICE

Class 28: COUNTERS COMBINED WITH DATA REGISTER PROGRAMMING PRACTICE

Class 29: FAMILIARIZATION WITH COMPARE COMMAND IN PLC.

Class 30: LOAD CONTROLLING USING COMPARE COMMAND PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

Class 31: INTRODUCTION TO “MOV “COMMAND.

Class 32: PROGRAMMING PRACTICE USING MOV COMMAND.

Class 33: PRACTICAL PROJECTS DESIGNING PRACTICE FOLLOWING CLIENTS’ REQUIREMENTS.

Class 34: PLC HARDWARE CONNECTION PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

Class 35: EDITING/READING AND COPYING LADDER FROM PLC USING USB CABLE PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

Class 36: WRITING AND TRANSFERRING LADDER LOGIC TO PLC USING USB CABLE PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

Class 37: PLC TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE WITH LOAD.

Class 38: PLC ONLINE MONITORING AND TROUBLE SHOOTING PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACE (HMI) PROGRAMMING, CONNECTION & LOAD CONTROLLING (1 Brand)

Class 1: INTRODUCTION TO HMI – UNDERSTANDING WIRING & INSTALLATION

Class 2: INTRODUCTION TO VARIOUS TYPES OF SWITCHES (MOMENTARY, MAINTAINED, SET, RESET ETC.)

Class 3: INTRODUCTION TO HMI DISPLAY ELEMENTS.

Class 4: INTRODUCTION TO NUMERIC DISPLAY FOR DISPLAYING NUMBER, COUNTS OR PRODUCTION & LOAD CONTROLLING PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

Class 5: LOAD CONTROLLING AND TIMER DISPLAY DESIGN IN HMI PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

Class 6: INTRODUCTION TO NUMERIC ENTRY FOR GIVING THE INPUT FROM HMI & LOAD CONTROLLING PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

Class 7: LOAD CONTROLLING AND CHANGING TIME DURATION BY USING NUMERIC ENTRY DESIGN PRACTICAL PRACTICE.

Class 8: INTRODUCTION TO MOVING SIGN & PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION

Class 9: DATA TRANSFER PROCESS & TROUBLESHOOTING FROM PC/LAPTOP.

Servo Drive

Class 1: INTRODUCTION TO SERVO MOTOR AND DRIVE

Class 2: UNDERSTANDING SERVO WIRING, PIN CONFIGURATION, COMMUNICATION AND START UP

Class 3: SERVO TUNING AND LOCKING PROCEDURE

Class 4: COMMUNICATING SERVO DRIVE WITH SERVO MOTOR

Class 5: UNDERSTANDING SERVO WIRING AND RUNNING SERVO IN FWD/REV

Class 6: SERVO POSITION CONTROL MODE VIA HIGHSPEED PLC OUTPUT

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Your class starts when you join! 6 days a week.

8AM – 1PM / 4PM – 8PM, Whenever you like.