Nikini Learning Courses

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Description 

To train the participants with knowledge of operation of pneumatics and electro pneumatics systems, including design, application, and troubleshooting 

 

Target Group 

Engineers, supervisors and technicians, technical students who want to begin and learn design of pneumatic control systems. 

 

Pre-requisites 

Should have exposure to basic knowledge in electrical and mechanical fundamentals 

 

Course Aims  

At the end of the course participants will; 

 

  • Know about components used in pneumatic and electro pneumatic circuits.

  • Know how to generate, prepare and distribute quality compressed air.

  • Know how to maintain the components.

  • Be able to find faults in their machines. 

  • Be able to read Engineering drawings of the pneumatically or electro pneumatically controlled machine .

Description 

To train the participants with knowledge of construction and operation of PLC while enable them to write and simulate advance control system. 

 

Target Group 

Engineers, supervisors and technicians who want to begin designing control systems using PLCs. 

 

Pre-requisites 

Should have exposure to basic knowledge in electrical controls. 

 

Course Aims  

At the end of the course participants will; 

  • Know about SIEMENS PLC series 

  • Know about the general structure of S7-300 PLC system 

  • Know about the programming concept  

  • Know about instructions used in PLC programming 

  • Know about structured programming  

  • Be able to design the program according to the process 

  • Be able to modify the present machine program to requirements 

  • Be able to find faults in their machine circuits  

  • Be able to configure industrial communication of S7- 300 PLC 

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Description 

To equip the participants with knowledge of construction and operation of PLC while enable them to write and simulate simple control systems. 

 

Target Group 

Engineers, supervisors and technicians who want to begin designing control systems using PLCs. 

 

Pre-requisites 

Should have exposure to basic knowledge in electrical controls. 

 

Course Aims  

At the end of the course participants will; 

  • Know about SIEMENS PLC series 

  • Know about the General structure of PLC system 

  • Know about the programming concept 

  • Know about basic instructions used in PLC programming. 

  • Be able to design the program according to the process 

  • Be able to modify the present machine program to requirements 

  • Be able to find faults in their machine circuits 

Course Objective 

To provide the participant with knowledge of basic automation and LOGO programming 

 

Target group 

Engineers, supervisors and technicians who are involved in the design and operation of basic automation systems 

 

Pre-requisites 

Should have exposure to basic knowledge in electrical controls. 

 

Course Aims  

At the end of the course participants will; 

  • Know about Siemens Logo! PLC 

  • Know about application range of Logo! PLC 

  • Know about the programming concept and procedure for creating a Logo program 

  • Know about Logo programming using Logo Soft Comfort software 

  • Be able to design the program according to the process and modify the present machine program according to the requirements. 

  • Do fault finding in their machines 

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Course Objective 

TIA Advance course is based on the TIA portal platform to expand knowledge on advance programming techniques, integration of multiple devices and remote distribution. 

Course aims:

  • Understand advance components of SIMATIC S7-1200/ S7-1500 PLCs

  • Reliably operate TIA Portal engineering platform (Software) to create, simulate and monitor advance STEP 7 programmes 

  • Study of complex data types, indirect addressing, different programming techniques and special functions 

  • Perform PID algorithms

  • Configure and parameterize hardware of SIMATIC S7-1200/1500 PLCs

  • Configure and integrate PLC’s to industria

 

Description 

To train the participants with knowledge of configuration of human machine interfaces devices and monitoring of controller status. 

 

Target Group 

Engineers, supervisors and technicians who want to design human machine interfaces to interact with controller. 

 

Pre-requisites 

Should have exposure to basic knowledge in PLC. 

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Description 

To train the participant with the knowledge of basic hydraulics theories, identifying system components and design circuits.  

 

Target group 

Engineers, supervisors and technicians who are involved in the design and operation of hydraulics systems. 

 

Pre-requisites  

Basic Knowledge in pneumatics is an advantage 

 

Course Aims  

At the end of the course participants will; 

  • Know about components used in hydraulics circuits 

  • Be able to read Engineering drawings of the basic hydraulics circuits  

  • Be able to design and install a basic hydraulics circuits 

  • Know how to maintain the hydraulic systems 

  • Be able to find faults in their machines 

Session 1 

  • Intro to automation

  • What and Why use PLCs?

  • Siemens PLC types

  • Introduction to Siemens 1200PLC

  • 1200PLC types

  • PLC Wiring

  • PLC Programming memory

  • TIA Portal Hardware configuration

  • CPU Data Management

Session 2

  • PLC data types

  • Ladder programming

  • Digital/Analog memory

  • Program simulation

  • Timers, counters, comparator applications

  • Create simple ladder program

  • PLC scan cycle

  • Evaluation

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Description 

Combining the key elements in Induatrial Automation, gain insightful and practical knowledge from the leaders in industrial automation to kick start or refresh your career!

 

Target Group 

Technical oriented students exploring a career in automation, Engineering Undergraduates, industrialists looking for a refressher  

Pre-requisites 

None needed apart from an interest in techcnial topics! 

 

Course Aims  

At the end of the course participants will get an extended overview and fundamental knowledge in industrial automation, while building the necessary knowledge level for further specialization in advanced concepts of industrial automation.

 

Our course will cover a number of central concepts of industrial automation, such as basic automation elements, hardware components for automation and process control, logical design for automation, electropneumatic automation, industrial networks, and basic programming in PLC.