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Electrical CAD

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    AutoCAD® Electrical CAD software, part of the Digital Prototyping solution, is AutoCAD for electrical design. It includes all the functionality of familiar AutoCAD software plus a complete set of electrical CAD features, including comprehensive symbol libraries and effective tools for automating electrical design tasks


  • Autocad Electrical

    AutoCAD Electrical features automate common design tasks and facilitate drafting productivity. AutoCAD Electrical includes all the functionality of AutoCAD software, plus electrical engineering features such as symbol libraries, bill of materials (BOM) reporting, and PLC I/O design that make controls design fast and efficient.

    • Automatic report generation 
    • Collaboration with customers and suppliers 
    • File and project organization 
    • Flexible drag-and-drop file organization 
    • Terminal design 
    • Marking menus for faster edits 
    • Electrical schematic design
    • Automatic wire numbering/component tagging 
    • Circuit design and reuse 
    • Electrical schematic symbol libraries 
    • Real-time error checking 
    • Electrical controls design
    • Real-time coil and contact cross-referencing 
    • Generate PLC I/O drawings from spreadsheets 
    • Standards-based libraries 

    PLC

    The optimal controller for every task - PLC or PC-based

    Control, Integrate technology, Archive data:
    The SIMATIC controller portfolio ranges for logic modules for simple control tasks, to the classic modular PLCs, all the way to PC-based control, even in the especially robust Embedded variant.
    There are SIMATIC controllers for smaller automation tasks as well as for highly complex system solutions. As a standard or fail-safe control solution, they are a solid investment for the future, with which you can react quickly, flexibly and economically to new challenges.

    Features & Benefits

    • PLC
    • Different type of PLC
    • History of PLC
    • PLC Block Diagram
    • TYPE OF COMMUNICATION CABLE
    • Addressing of Siemens plc
    • Logic gate
    • Ladder logic
    • Input & Output addressing
    • Type of timer
    • Type of counter
    • Programming Languages, Basic Instructions
    • Motor Starters : DOL, Star-Delta, Auto Transformer
    • Motor control circuits, interlocking circuits
    • Load/and/or/out/and Read/Write instructions
    • Compare/Add/Sub/And/or - blocks instructions
    • Move, File Handling, Timer, Counter block
    • Master control/set/reset function
    • Advance Instructions
    • Upload/Download/Monitoring of programs
    • More then 40 Industry base live project
    • Forcing of I/Os, Fault finding/troubleshooting & documentation
    • Monitoring/Modifying Data table values
    • Communication with SCADA software
    • Hands on experience on real time applications

    SCADA

    • SCADA systems (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition systems) are used in industrial environments to monitor critical equipment and environmental values.
    • SCADA helps smart companies to monitor, manage, and control their facilities -- on-time, on budget, and with increased profitability.
    • No matter what the size of your organization.
    • SCADA systems has two main components: the process you want to control and monitor, and a cohesive system of electronic equipment that allows you to control and monitor that process from a central location.

     

         Areas of Application

    • electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
    • water and sewage
    • buildings, facilities, and environments
    • manufacturing
    • mass transit
    • Traffic signals etc.

    Features & Benefits

    • Introduction to SCADA software
    • Creating New SCADA Project
    • Interface with plc
    • Channel configuration
    • Node connection
    • Creating database of Tags
    • Creating & Editing Graphic display
    • Database designing
    • Library designing numeric display
    • Attaching controls to graphic objects sizing, Blinking, Filling
    • Analog Entry, Movement of objects, Visibility
    • Real time & Historical Trending
    • Application of scripts
    • Fault finding/Troubleshooting

    Drives

    An AC drive is a device that is used to control the speed of an electrical motor, either an induction motor or a synchronous motor. AC drives are also known by various other names such as adjustable speed drives (ASD) oradjustable frequency drives (AFD) or variable frequency drives (VFD) or variable speed drives (VSD) or frequency converters (FC).

    An DC drives describes equipment used to control the speed of machinery. Many industrial processes such as assembly lines must operate at different speeds for different products. Where process conditions demand adjustment of flow from a pump or fan, varying the speed of the drive may save energy compared with other techniques for flow control.

    Where speeds may be selected from several different pre-set ranges, usually the drive is said to be adjustable speed. If the output speed can be changed without steps over a range, the drive is usually referred to as variable speed.

    Adjustable and variable speed drives may be purely mechanical (termed variators), electromechanical, hydraulic, or electronic.

    The benefits

    • Smoother operation
    • Acceleration control
    • Different operating speed for each process
    • Compensate for changing process variables
    • Allow slow operation for setup purposes
    • Adjust the rate of production
    • Allow accurate positioning
    • Control torque or tension

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