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ELECTRICAL CONTROL PANEL DESIGNING

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ELECTRICAL CONTROL PANEL DESIGNING

ELECTRICAL CONTROL PANEL DESIGNING is the brain center for all industrial automation projects and represent a vital element in the proper working and performance of these systems. Control panels are most often equipped with push buttons, analog instruments, Monitoring devices Controllers and other accessories to control and monitor field devices. Proliance Automation offers Electrical Control Panels Designing program for long years. Proliance Electrical Control Panels Designing program is specially tailored for Professionals, Corporate Companies and Colleges. Lakhs of trainees from various countries successfully completed Electrical Control Panels Designing and placed on reputed companies all over the world.

Electrical Control Panel Designing - Duration : 40 hours (3 Hours per day)

ELECTRICAL CONTROL PANEL DESIGNING TRAINING SPECIFICATIONS :

  • Control Panel Designing
  • Variable Frequency Drives (VFD) - Design and Installation
Control Panel Designing
  • Different types of panels.
  • Basic components to be installed in a panel.
  • Wiring details of panel.
  • Basics of Relays, Contactor, MCB, MCCB, ELCB, ACB, SDF etc
  • Designing of control circuits using Contactors, Relays, Timers etc
  • DOL, Star Delta Starter designing for 3 phase motors with specification.
  • Practical wiring session on different controls.
  • Specification and physical dimension of components.
  • Earthing and Cabling of Panels- standard procedures.
  • P&I diagram preparation.
Variable Frequency Drives (VFD) - Design and Installation
  • Basic Terminology Associated with Motors and Variable Speed Drives
  • Type of Motors, Construction and its Operating Principle
  • Basic Principle of Starters and Variable Speed Drives
  • Methods of Starting of Motors
  • Main Functions of Starters and Variable Speed Drives
  • Different Types of Drives- Variable Frequency and Variable Voltage Drives.
  • Different Control Modes of VFDs
  • Discrete and Continuous Control Schemes.
  • Effect of Long Distance Cables On VFDs
  • Different Types of Braking
  • Selection of VFDs Based on Application
  • Hands on Experience on Integrated System
  • Servo Motor and Stepper Motor Control Interfacing Of ADC
  • Different Type of Sensors.
  • DEVOLOPMENT TOOL FOR MCS-8051 -KEIL

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