UK Automation Training Prospectus 2016-06-01 by Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation

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training prospectus a world of automation solutions a name to trust since its beginnings in 1870 some 45 companies use the mitsubishi name covering a spectrum of finance commerce and industry the mitsubishi brand name is recognised around the world as a symbol of premium quality mitsubishi electric corporation is active in space development transportation semiconductors energy systems communications and information processing audio visual equipment home electronics building and energy management and automation systems and has 237 factories and laboratories worldwide in over 121 countries 4 this is why you can rely on a mitsubishi electric automation system – because we know first hand about the need for reliable efficient easy-to-use automation and control in our own factories as one of the world’s leading companies with a global turnover of 4 trillion yen over $40 billion employing over 100,000 people mitsubishi electric has the resource and the commitment to deliver

training prospectus plc – introduction using gx works2 simple mode main objectives this course is an introduction to the mitsubishi q l fx plc products the course explains the basic hardware structure of the q l fx mitsubishi plc products and introduces the first basic steps of plc programming using the gx works2 plc programming software in “simple mode” with labels this training goes as far as timers counters learning outcomes at the end of this course students are expected to be able to create and understand basic plc programs requirements no previous plc knowledge is required however previous mitsubishi or competitor plc knowledge would be useful an understanding of basic electrical principles and number bases would be an advantage products used this course uses dedicated q l fx plc simulator system hardware together with gx works2 programming software subjects  plc hardware  gx works2 software in simple mode  logic principles  creating a ladder

training prospectus iec plc programming using gx works2 structured mode main objectives based on the gx works 2 software in structured mode the course will run through the functions and program editors of the software concentrating on the iec 61131-3 standard students will be able to create programmes and become confident using this package and exploiting the feature of iec programming including items such as functions function blocks complex data types etc learning outcomes at the end of this course students are expected to have a detailed understanding of the iec 61131-3 programming standard and to be able to implement plc programs to this standard requirements students need previous experience of mitsubishi plc programming and it would be advantageous to have some experience of other structured programming environments products used this course uses dedicated q plc simulator system hardware together with gx works2 programming software in structured mode subjects duration 

training prospectus got 2000 hmi main objectives based on the gt designer software this course introduces students to the got hmi product range starting with basic features such as simple graphic objects but then moving on to many of the more advanced features such as scripting the course builds an integrated hmi application in conjunction with a plc application using both plc and hmi simulators however got hardware is also used learning outcomes at the end of this course students are expected to be able to create and manage a got hmi application and to have an appreciation of advanced got features requirements students do not need any previous experience with either mitsubishi or other manufacturers’ hmi products but it would be an advantage basic plc knowledge would be preferred but not essential products used this course uses the got software simulator together with got hardware and a plc application subjects duration  introduction to got hmis 2 days  product review

training prospectus q plc basic maintenance main objectives q plc maintenance is a very hands-on practical based course split into two modules hardware software the course concentrates on wiring and connectivity with a strong emphasis on both hardware and software fault finding diagnostics software used will either be gx developer or gx iec developer gx works2 in simple mode learning outcomes at the end of this course students are expected to be able to maintain and fault find a q plc system requirements students need no previous experience with mitsubishi plcs or plc programming some knowledge of other manufacturers’ plc products is an advantage but not essential an understanding of basic electrical principles would be an advantage products used this course uses dedicated q simulator system hardware together with plc programming software students are asked to bring digital multi-meters if possible subjects target students  a brief history of plc systems this training

training prospectus servo introduction main objectives this servo training course introduces the concept and principles of the operation of mitsubishi servo systems including amplifiers and motors this includes sscnet networking connectivity plus mr configurator software consideration is also given to mechanical systems learning outcomes at the end of this course students are expected to be able to understand the basic components of a servo and how a servo works together with how to use the mr configurator software requirements students need no previous experience of servo systems an understanding of basic electrical and mechanical principles is required products used this course uses dedicated servo demonstration cases together with the mr configurator software subjects duration  definition of servo systems 1 day  principles of operation target students  wiring and connections  type a b systems  sscnet networking  mr configurator software  fault finding and diagnostics

training prospectus ld77 simple motion main objectives based on the ld77 simple motion module the course teaches students how to create a simple motion control system from scratch this includes basic physical configuration with wiring and sscnet connections followed by using gx works2 software with mr configurator2 programming tool to parameterise a servo system and create simple motion control systems learning outcomes at the end of this course students are expected to be able to create maintain and fault find a basic ld77 based simple motion system requirements students need to have basic servo system experience or have attended the mitsubishi servo introduction training course an understanding of basic q series plc programming is also required products used this course uses dedicated hardware servo demonstration cases together with an l series plc demo unit containing an ld77 simple motion modules and mr configurator2 within gx works2 software subjects duration  introduction to

training prospectus maps scada main objectives the course gives an insight into maps scada project design and configuration techniques this “hands on” course will cover topics such as plant control data collection alarms trending and reporting learning outcomes at the end of this course students are expected to be able to create from scratch a functional maps scada system requirements students need to have previous experience with either mitsubishi or other manufacturers’ plc products an understanding of networking and databases would also be beneficial students also need a good working knowledge of windows operating systems and an appreciation of programming environments such as .net vb c products used this course uses the dedicated plc training system and the maps scada software subjects  licencing  agent tag creation and management  alarm event analysis  maps  auditing  3rd party vb.net or c programming  smart client user interface  customer

training prospectus gx works3 programming with iq-r iq-f plcs main objectives the course aims to teach the students about the iq-r and iq-f plc product ranges as well as the gx works3 software programming environment students will learn about software and hardware backwards compatibility as well as gather an understanding of how to exploit new hardware and software features learning outcomes at the end of this course students are expected to have a good understanding of the iq-r iq-f hardware products as well as the gx works3 software programming system requirements students should have previous experience of mitsubishi programming environment and mitsubishi plc hardware products used this course uses the dedicated plc training system and the gx works3 software programming environment subjects  q plc hardware  gx works3 introduction  e-manuals  module configuration  labels  programming environments  up down loading programs with monitoring and fault finding  special

training prospectus robot programming main objectives this training course aims to teach the students how to create working robot applications with consideration for the physical environment safety and the work piece students learn how to program using both a teach pendant as well as the rt toolbox software environment vision systems are not included as part of this training and neither is direct integration with an iq plc system learning outcomes at the end of this course students are expected to be able to create deploy maintain and fault find a working robot application program requirements students do not require any previous experience however an appreciation of programming environments such as basic vb c c etc would be an advantage products used this course uses a sample robot arm and controller however for most of the work the simulation environment within the rt toolbox software is used subjects  teach box  basic programming using a teach box  rt toolbox software 

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