Introduction to automated factory control systems
Automated factory systems are wide spread throughout industry and cover a huge variety of operations in all sorts of production line applications. Control of these production lines and associated systems that provide inputs to the finished product are complex and require both operators and maintenance personnel to have a good understanding of how they work.
- Course content
During the course, candidates will cover the following
- Introduction to PLC Control Systems
- Understanding and recording machine processes
- Overview of Calibration and PIDs
- Introduction to Robotics
- Safety Systems and E-stops
- Fault finding and reporting
This Introduction to Automated Factory Control System training is ideal for:
- Delegates who operate production line systems and are required to develop some basic fault diagnostic skills
- Maintenance engineers required to improve their automated systems knowledge
- Users with basic knowledge of PLC experience
Whilst there is no formal assessment on this course, delegates will need to demonstrate a basic working knowledge and understanding of motors, invertors and control systems and that they can work safely. On successful completion of the course, delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.
- More details
By attending this course, delegates will:
This 3 day course will give delegates a good basic understanding of PLC control, sensors, typical operations and basic fault finding of an automated factory system.