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Training In Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
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Training In SCADA Application Design
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Training In Industrial Drives
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Control Panel Engineering
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Monitoring & Control
Corporate Training
Machine Operators
Drives control
System integrators
Service Engineers

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  • WAEL

Distributed Control System

Introduction to various control systems

DCS Based Project Design & Configuration

Architectural evolution for DCS

Design of Engineering Station

Design of Operator Station

Configuration & Design Alarm Management

Server-Client Application Design

Customized Faceplate and Window Design

Pre & Post Project Documentation

Applications of DCS system


It’s getting more and more important for the entrepreneurial success to use the proper components and systems optimally. That is only possible, if all employees, who are working with the technology will be well informed and trained, that is master the equipment and systems.
The Sunlax training range offers you the best prerequisites for operating your plant more efficiently.
In the DCS courses, we provide basic information and solid detailed knowledge about the process control system DCS to both beginners and advanced. Furthermore, all Sunlax courses contain a greatest possible share in practical exercises, so that you can practice intensively and directly at the DCS exercise equipment in small groups.

Module #01: Introducton to DCS System
DCS General.
Introduction to various control systems used.
Applications of DCS system.
Architectural evolution for DCS.
Hardware architecture of DCS.
Power supply.
I/O modules.
Communication bus.
Operator and Engineering station.
Redundancy Levels.
Comparison between the hardware PLC & DCS.
DCS Hardware Configuration (Automation Station Setup).
Setting up system with PS.
Controllers, I/Os with communication bus system.
Connecting field devises to DCS System.
Configuring engineering and operator stations.
Control Modules.
Module #02:Engineering Station Configuration
Programming Techniques.
Review of Hardware configuration in Engineering Station.
Review of Block types, analogues and monitoring techniques.
Program design, structuring and testing methods, Multi block calls.
Review and further investigation of STL, FBD, CFC and SFC
Jump and accumulator function, including status bit.
Review of Data types
Word Logic and Math’s functions.
Create operation with data block.
Drive communications interface with the Profibus/Foundation Field Bus/ModBus/Can-Open, explaining command signals, set point control and status.
Organization blocks for error and Profibus diagnostics.
HMI TP programming illustrate.
Setup communication.
programming languages.
Continuous Control – CFC, Structured Control Language – SCL /Ladder-LD, Sequential Control – SFC
Configuration of Redundancy
Application Development Practices.
Module #03: Operator Station Design & Configuration
The development of new mimics for the application.
Standard and graphics.
objects Buttons and sliders.
Display and application windows.
Text and text control.
Tool /Object Library.
Bar charts.
Adding and amending alarms including creation Storage and archive.
Adding and amending real Time Trending
Custom Faceplate.
Custom Dynamo.
Security Management.
To develop an understanding of drivers and data transfers between PLC’s/DCS.
Application Development Practices.
Networking technologies in DCS systems.
Introduction to – Industrial Ethernet
Introduction to Profibus technology
Introduction to Client-Server technology
Communication with drives over Profibus/ModBus/Ethernet.
Module #04: DCS Engineering and Operator Station Troubleshooting

DCS trouble shooting techniques
Distinguish between hardware problems.
Software problems and field problems.
Locate faulty modules.
Creating configuration.
I/O Fault finding.
I/O Fault finding.
Indicators and their meanings
Reading the Error status bits.
Replacing the faulty modules.
CPU, I/O Modules / Power supply, Fault diagnostics and error handling.
Backup & Restore Procedures and Techniques.
Module #05: Industrial DCS Project Case Studies


To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required: Experience with basic control and electrical principles Experience operating a personal computer within Microsoft_ Windows95_ or Windows NT_environment Working knowledge of programmable controllers or Completion of the Relay Logic and Electrical Automation course and PLC Programming and Maintenance course.

Anyone who wants to gain solid knowledge of the key elements of industrial automation to improve their work skills and to further their job prospects:

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers

 Electrical Engineers

Chemical Engineers

Mechanical Engineers

Instrumentation Engineers


 Maintenance Engineers and Supervisors

Energy Management Consultants

 Automation and Process Engineers

 Design Engineers

 Project Managers


System Integrators

 Instrument Fitters, Technicians and Instrumentation Engineers

 Consulting Engineers

Production Managers

Machine Operators

Instrument and Process Control Technicians

Even those who are highly experienced in industrial automation may find it useful to gain know-how in a very concentrated but practical format

  Advanced Diploma in Industrial Automation and Control (ADIAC)
   Certified Automation Engineer (CAE)
   Certified Automation Professional (CAP)
   Certified Automation Technician (CAT)
   Professional Course in PLC & SCADA Programming
   Professional Course in PLC & SCADA Programming,Installation and Maintenance (For OEM)
   Professional Course in Factory Automation (Programming,Installation and Maintenance of Automation Devices )
   Professional Course in Electrical and Process Instrumentation
  Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
  Supervisory Control And Data Aquisition (SCADA)
  AC/DC drives
  Human Machine Interface HMI/MMI
  Distributed Control System (DCS)
  Industrial Networking & Protocol Technologies
  Plant Maintenance Engineering
  Industrial Intrumentation Engineering
  Electrical and Electronic Automation
  Electrical Maintenance & Toubleshooting
  Automation Project Design

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