Electrical and mechanical engineers need a basic understanding of controls systems and automation. This course provides the fundamentals without delving into complicated mathematical formulas. The course covers the basics of the underlying principles for designing, commissioning and troubleshooting control systems.
After participating in this course, you will be able to:
Apply control laws in the automation field
Assess the performance of the various control systems components equipment
Solve basic control loops
Employ your skills in the design, utilization, and troubleshooting of equipment
Who Should Attend?
Technicians and Supervisors Involved in the Design, Maintenance, and Testing of Control Systems and Industrial Automation
System Integrators of OEM Equipment
Staff Whose Responsibilities Include Commissioning and Troubleshooting of Control Systems
Project Managers and Others Who Would Like To Know More About Control Systems and Automation.
Control Systems, the Fundamentals
Components of Control Systems
Construction and Programming Requirements of PLCs
Distributed versus centralized control methods
Measuring and Testing Design
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