PROFIBUS Engineer course

Module Code: Ind.-PI-01

    Basics
    • Token passing
    • Masters and slaves
    • Baud rates
    • Message formats
    • SAPs
    RS485 technology
    • Electrical characteristics
    • Topology
    • Number of connections
    • Spurs
    • Termination
    • Cable specifications
    • Redundancy
    • Grounding and shielding
    Network components
    • Connectors
    • Repeaters
    • Active termination
    • DP/DP couplers
    Test and measurement tools
    • Handheld tools
    • Bus monitors
    • Oscilloscopes
    • Bus parameters and cycle times
    • Watchdog
    • Repeats
    • Min _Slave _Interval
    • HSA
    DP technology
    • Diagnosis, Parameters and Configuration
    • Sync and Freeze
    • GSD files
    • Cyclic and acyclic
    • Interface with PLC/DCS
          Practical exercises
    • Creating networks with the help of configuration tools
    • Using ProfiTrace
    • Setting bus parameters
    • Class 2 functions
    • Generating and reading diagnostics
    • Troubleshooting
    • SIMATIC S7-300 CPU.
    • Remote input/output ET200.
    • Micromaster-420 with Profibus module.
    • Handling conveyor belt.
    • PROFITRACE ULTRA.
    After completion of this course the participant should be able to design, install, configure and troubleshoot any ProfiBus network.
    Engineers, Technicians or Participant who work in PLC or SCADA systems.

Language: English – Arabic.
Duration: 4 days (8.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.) – {16 training hours}
Number of participants: 6 – 10 persons.

PROFINET Engineer course

Module Code: Ind.-PI-02

    PROFINET Basics
    • Device types
    • RT and IRT
    • IO and CBA
    • Addressing
    • Performance and cycle times
    • Proxies
    • Configuration steps
    • GSD files Ethernet overview
    • Access method
    • Frame structure
    • MAC and TCP/IP addresses
    • Switches
    • Cabling guidelines for 100 Mbps and 1 Gbp
    • Cable types
    • MLT-3 and 4B/5Bcoding
    • Connectors
    • IWLAN
    • Fibber Optic
    PROFINET IO Technology
    • Setting Device Names and IP addresses
    • Watchdog
    • Messages
    • Send cycles
    • Hardware and software of aPROFI NET device
    Others
    • Certification of devices
    • Available tools
    • PROFINET versus other Ethernet systems
    • Costcomparison between PROFINET and PROFIBUS
    • Peek in the future
    • Configuring a PROFINET installation
    • Integrating a PROFIBUS segment
         Practical exercises
    • Creating networks with the help of configuration tools
    • Setting bus parameters
    • Generating and reading diagnostics
    • Troubleshooting
    • SIMATIC S7-300 CPU.
    • Remote input/output.
    • SIMATIC Manager software.
    After completion of this course the participant should be able to design, install, configure and troubleshoot any ProfiNet network.
    Engineers, Technicians or Participant who work in PLC or SCADA systems.

Language: English – Arabic.
Duration: 4 days (8.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.) – {16 training hours}
Number of participants: 6 – 10 persons.

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