Schneider Electric m580 ePac Basics Course

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Modicon M580 is an advanced high-end controller and it is utilized in most industrial plants.

This is a type of controller that can be utilized regardless of the environment because it is really robust. It has Ethernet built into it and also its core is embedded with good cybersecurity features. This will allow us to design the automation architecture really easily. This is known as the advanced controller because it utilizes standard protocols and network technologies. We can also expand the system really easily due to its connectivity features several devices can be connected and removed.

The major advantage of PAC is that it has an open architecture and due to this several devices and networks can be connected and operated by utilizing this controller. Due to its cybersecurity features, the reliability will be really good too. We can utilize this device to control and monitor several devices in different networks.

M580 has good security features and also it has good features and all this will be useful to carry out several industrial processes in a quick manner with proper safety.

What are the advantages of learning this course from ESDC India?

  • You can learn at your own convenient time
  • Industrial experts will train you
  • You will be part of several projects, so project-based learning is an important feature
  • Online and offline classes
  • You will be able to learn several key tools regarding the industrial automation

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Course Syllabus

  • Introduction
    • Modicon M580 ePAC
  • Hardware Familiarization
    • Software Familiarization and IO configuration.
    • Distributed IO and Remote IO
  • Timers
    • TON
    • TOF
    • TP
  • Counters
    • CTU
    • CTD
    • CTUD
  • Compare Blocks
    • Functional Compare blocks
  • Operational Blocks
    • Functional Math Blocks
  • Move Blocks
  • Type to type Conversion Blocks
  • OSR
  • Scaling
  • Jump and Label
  • Subroutine
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FAQs on Schneider Electric m580 ePac Basics Course

I need to know more about industrial automation course?
Industrial automation is a technology we use in order to reduce human activities and to make machines or industrial processes to work automatically. By doing so we can reduce cost as well as improve productivity and quality in a company. PLC, known as Programmable Logic Controller is the base controller for automation.
Then we have monitoring software like SCADA, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System which we can use to design a particular area of control and it is mainly used to data acquisition and supervisory control.
Along with that Field devices like sensors, transducers etc. can also be used to implement full automation.
What are the course contents you cover in your syllabus?

a.) A three and a half months full course which is known as Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Automation (PGDIA) which covers 7 brands of PLCs (SIEMENS, Allen Bradley, ABB, Schneider Electric, Omron, Delta, GE Fanuc), 5 SCADAs (Intouch, Factory Talkview, WinCC, Vijeo Citect and iFix), VFD, HMI, MCC Panel wiring and designing, PAC
(Programmable Automation Controller), P&FI and DCS (Distributed Control System)


b.) The next course is a two months course – Advanced Diploma in Industrial Automation (ADIA) with 6 PLCs, 3 SCADAs, VFD, HMI, MCC Panel, P&FI and DCS can also be included.


C.) The third is the One-month course Certified Automation Engineering (CAE) with 6 PLCs, 2 SCADAs, VFD, P&FI.

I am a mechanical graduate. can I choose industrial automation as my career?

Yes of course. Being a mechanical engineer, most of the people say that industrial automation is related to electrical, instrumentation electronics field, but in reality, even mechanical domain sectors are also using automation for their manufacturing units, factories, piping plants as well as rig areas. Valves all are controlled by PLC only and plants can be monitored using SCADA.

An automation engineer with a mechanical background will always be an advantage for factory/manufacturing units. In most of the countries especially European and western countries, you can see that more mechanical engineers work in Industrial Automation field as there more factories/manufacturing units etc. We will cover from basics only so that irrelevant of the branch you completed you can choose automation as your career. Actually, automation is a combination of electrical, electronics, mechanical, hydraulics and instrumentation.

Why should I chooseESDC for industrial automation training? What I get after completing my course from here?

SMEC has over 21 years of experience in Marine and Industrial Automation. With field experienced service engineers as trainers, students or working professionals get a real time knowledge with applications in industrial automation. We have a syllabus which cover world class automation applications including IIOT also. So, after completing your course in ESDC India, you will be able to work in industrial automation field without any struggle as we cover almost all topics including installations, wiring, designing, troubleshooting, configuration etc which is essential to work even as a freelancer in industrial automation.