Familiarizing participants with modern concepts of automated control and components of automated control systems, and modern capteur systems.
Enabling participants to acquire the skills to handle contact points and switches, how to select capteurs, and how to identify contactors.
Implementing an automatic integrated control project through a simulation software or through the installation of fully electronic circuits.
Recognizing how to convert any manual control to automated control through modern technologies during the program.
Who Should Attend?
Managers and heads of departments and units of electrical engineering, electrical engineers and control operators,technicians in the field of automated control, supervisors, officials and technicians of maintenance of automated control departments.
Basic concepts of automated control
Manual control system and automatic control system.
General and private industrial control.
Components and fundamentals of automated control systems.
Digital and analogue systems and switching between them.
Inputs and outputs of control systems.
Digital and analogue capteur systems.
Processing and digital processes of control systems.
Feedback systems and frequent loop systems.
Measuring performance of control systems.
Control systems related to computer and smartphones.
Internet-related control systems.
Contact points and switches
Contact points and their types.
Normally open contact points (NO).
Normally closed contact points NC.
Start push button.
Stop push button.
Capteur and limit switches
The capteur and its forms.
Characteristics and specifications of capteur.
How to choose a capteur.
Limit switch components.
Inductive proximity sensors.
Contactor, relay and Overload
How to identify contactor.
Uses of relay.
Time-line key types.
Automated control circuits applications
Circle of powers and control.
Circle of powers and control to run a single engine.
Running a single-phase AC-driven engine.
Running two motors and three motors.
Turning on and off the engine from two different places.