Understanding Basic Electro- Pneumatics

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					Understanding
Basic Electro-
Pneumatics                                                                            delta Paradigm, Inc.
                                                  1.5 Day Seminar                   new dimension in engineering management




DESCRIPTION:

Electro-Pneumatics are primarily used in factories                                   Each student
with fixed installations for automation purposes.                                    receives:
The follow-up course to Basic Pneumatics, Electro-Pneumatics, is
dedicated to the electrical control of pneumatic actuators. We begin with a          ➊ Published textbook
brief refresher of “Ohm’s” law and electric power law and continue with                 “Understanding Basic
discussions on solenoid valves, relays and switches such as inductive,                  Electro-Pneumatics”
capacitive, laser, infrared, and radioactive sensing. During the three day
course, the student will build and troubleshoot over 30 real world hands-on
lab-exercises.
                                                                                     ➋ Course Certificate

Several hands-on lab exercises require the students to troubleshoot real             ➌ Fluid Power Symbol
world system problems. Every application which is being discussed wil be                Reference Poster
totally dissected in an animated program. This animation program allows the
instructor to recalibrate: pressure, flow, torque, load and even upsize and
downsize of components.

This course is a pre-requisite for the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
course.




For registration or more information call 303.838.7396                                                design
or email armin@deltaparadigminc.com                                                                   engineering
                                                                                                      leadership
                                                                                                      training
                                                                                                      analysis


                                                                  delta Paradigm, Inc. | P.O. Box 648 | Pine, CO 80470
                                                                        Business/Fax 303.838.7396 | Cell 303.570.4895
C O U R S E                     O U T L I N E :

 Understanding Basic Electro-Pneumatics                                                                         1.5 Day Seminar


 Electro Pneumatics                  Lab Exercise 2                   • Radioactive ( Nuclear )           Lab Exercise 15
                                                                        sensing devices
 • History of the Ladder Diagram     Lab Exercise 3                                                       Electric Timers
                                                                      • Application for various
 • Understanding Electrical          Pilot Control                                                        • Types of time delay relays
                                                                         sensing devices
   Diagrams
                                     • 5-way directional control                                          • “On” delay and “OFF” delay
 Ladder Diagram                                                       Lab Exercise 6                         relays
                                        valve, solenoid controlled
 • The rungs and Lines                  pilot operated                Latching Electrical                 • Time delay relay symbols
                                     • Control Relays                  Signals
 • Arrangement of control                                                                                 Lab Exercise 16
    elements                         • Ladder Diagrams using relays   • Memory control with a
                                                                        latching circuit                  Counters
 • Load arrangements                 • Different types of relays
                                                                      • Dominant “ON” and dominant        • Design features and
 • Short circuit protection          • Line numbers used with coils     “OFF” circuits.                     application of counters.
 • Tracing signals through rungs     Lab Exercise 4                                                       • Programming of a counter
                                                                      Lab Exercise 7
 • Wire and line numbers             Memory Control                                                       Lab Exercise 17
                                                                      Lab Exercise 8
 • States of control elements in     • Memory control and pilot       Lab Exercise 9                      Emergency Stop Condi-
    ladder diagrams                    control                                                             tions
 Lab Exercise 1                                                       Lab Exercise 10
                                     • Double solenoid controlled                                         • Four basic emergency stop
 Electrical Components                 pilot operated 5-way           Logic Combination                      conditions
                                       directional control valve.     • Fill in a truth table with
 • Control transformers                                                                                   • Stop conditions integrated
                                     • ISO symbols for double            multiple outputs                    into a ladder diagram
 • Functions of different voltages      solenoid valves
    in control panels                                                 • Design a ladder diagram with      Summary and Review
                                     Lab Exercise 5                     more than one rung of logic
 • Different types of control
   elements                          Automatic Return                 • Use a truth table to design the
                                                                        ladder logic diagram
 • Industrial electrical symbols     • Limit switches and their ISO
                                        symbols                       • Design a pneumatic circuit
 • Function of different switches                                       and ladder diagram for logic
    and their symbols                • Cylinder position sensors,       combinations
 • Types of actuation of switches      Reed switch.
                                                                      Lab Exercise 11
                                     • Cylinder position sensors,
 Solenoid Valves
                                       Magnetic field sensor.         Lab Exercise 12
 • Direct or pilot operated
   solenoid valves
                                     • Inductive proximity sensors,   Lab Exercise 13
                                        PNP current sourcing
 • Cycle rates, coils, force and                                      Lab Exercise 14
                                     • Inductive proximity sensors,
   voltage                                                            Colliding Signals –
                                        NPN current sinking
 Troubleshooting Solenoid                                              Stepper Control
                                     • Capacitive proximity sensors
   Valves                                                             • Design method of the stepper
                                     • Optical sensors
 • Reasons for a solenoid valve                                         control method.
   failure in AC and DC valves       • Ultrasonic sensors


  For registration or more information call 303.838.7396                                                            design
  or email armin@deltaparadigminc.com                                                                               engineering
                                                                                                                    leadership
                                                                                                                    training
                                                                                                                    analysis


                                                                      delta Paradigm, Inc. | P.O. Box 648 | Pine, CO 80470
                                                                            Business/Fax 303.838.7396 | Cell 303.570.4895