PLC SCADA Training in Noida

Aiming for high is not bad, as far as growth is concerned. And if you are looking to get jobs in Delhi NCR region, then it is a must to brush up your skills. But, after graduation, most of the students are not clear what to do and what not to. But if automation is in your mind or plc training is in your mind, then Innovic is the best place to get training. Innovic has the best trainers, that is not all, they have the latest pieces of equipment. Altogether, they make the best centre which offers automation training in Noida.



Apart from offering automation training, they are also offering, PLC training in Noida, Scada training in Noida and Plc Scada training in Noida. Plc (programming logic control), the demand for it is increasing day by day, as it helps in increasing productivity and improving quality. Maintenance costs are also reduced, and thus increases the profit. This, in turn, increases the demand of engineers in the company. Innovic thrives for providing quality education along with superb training, combined together helps students in getting jobs faster.


Innovic is also helping students with 100% placement Guarantee. The placement cell conducts the interview as well, so that, students are ready to face any interviews. Innovic is training thousands of students by offering excellent PLC SCADA courses at reasonable rates. One of the most profound aspects of joining Innovic is that the fees are very affordable, hence attracting a large number of students. They train the students by offering skills such as automation concept, PLC programming, PCL’S introduction and many more.



Benefits of joining Innovic:
Affordable fees.
• Quality education is given to the students.
• Excellent job assistance is given to the students, so that they take money with them, right after the completion of the course.
• Corporate trainers teach the students as per the latest market standards so that the students are on par with other students.

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Six-months Industrial Training

There is good news for professionals as well as students in the final year of engineering students. Innovic India Pvt. Ltd. is ready with a 6 months certification training programme on Industrial Automation and Design Learning which will allow the professionals to brush up their skills on the new-age technology.


The course will commence on March 11 with centres initially at New Delhi. The six-month programme will cover foundational concepts as well as industrial application of Automation with a mix of classroom teaching and practical learning.

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“The Industrial Automation wave has been touted as the fourth industrial revolution and there is a growing perception that it will disrupt almost every sector. But it will also create many more. There is an increasing need for skilled Automation professionals in order to create and augment Automation systems. Around 2 lakh jobs are expected to be created by 2020 in the Automation field in India,” said Industrial Experts.

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“The certificate programme by Innovic India is aimed at strengthening India’s talent pool in Machine Learning and Industrial Automation. The trainees will be selected from working professionals and senior students. In the first batch, 30-40 aspirants will be allowed to enroll for the course.

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The classes will be taken by faculty experts from Industry. Students will have the opportunity to work on live projects. A certificate will be awarded based on successful completion of the modules. A rigorous Automation program for professionals is the need of the hour. This program has been designed by Innovic India faculty in consultation with industry experts. The course is the first of several certificate courses being launched by Innovic India to deliver high quality Automation training.

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Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow

Education and training are necessities that open the doors to a gainful employment and enhance an individual's skills and knowledge. This capability, in turn, increases productivity andEducation and training are necessities that open the doors to a gainful employment and enhance an individual’s skills and knowledge. This capability, in turn, increases productivity and accelerates the economic growth of a country.

The government of India has already set ambitious targets for increasing the share of manufacturing in GDP to 25% by 2025. To accomplish this goal, companies are setting up modern manufacturing infrastructure which requires skilled workforce.

Ironically, most industries in India are struggling with scarcity of skilled labour. Besides academic studies, a specialised training is also required to build necessary skills and knowledge which allows individuals to expand their abilities.

To bridge this gap, Innovic India Pvt. Ltd. has started a Training division that offers relevant and adequate training to the youth. It is the first of its kind in India, offering a unique integrated training course for the Automation Industry professionals.

It is formulated as a comprehensive full time six-month course.

Innovic India also offers short-term courses arising from the need for industry-ready automation engineers, exclusively laid out by the Training & Placement officers of engineering colleges. The colleges wanted their third and final year students to utilize their mid-semester breaks to capitalize on the insights of automation and felt that Innovic India had the right platform to serve these needs.

The courses are led by field-proven and experienced instructors who combine extensive application and automation knowledge with seasoned training and experience in a hands-on environment.

Innovic India also provide 100% Job Placement Guarantee to our Trainee Engineers of Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical and Instrumentation Branch.

TheInstitute is poised to achieve bigger heights with its motto “Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow”.

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Industrial Applications of PLCs (Programmable Logic Controller)


In the most basic terms, a programmable logic controller (PLC) is a computer with a microprocessor but has no keyboard, mouse or monitor. It is essentially built to withstand very harsh industrial environments.

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It is a distinctive form of computer device designed for use in industrial control systems. It has a robust construction and unique functional features such as sequential control, ease of programming, timers and counters, easy-to-use hardware and reliable controlling capabilities.

It is designed to be enormously robust, so it could withstand harsh industrial environments such as extreme temperatures, vigorous vibrations, humidity and electrical noise.

The logic controllers are often tasked to control and monitor a very large number of sensors and actuators. They are therefore different from other regular computer systems in their extensive I/O (input/output) arrangements.

In addition to being used as a special-purpose digital computer, the PLC can be used in other control-system areas and industries. This explains why PLCs are often referred to as industrial PCs.

stoplightThe PLC is also commonly used in civil applications such as in washing machines and for controlling traffic signals and elevators. They are used in many industries to monitor and control production processes and building systems.

Once programmed, the PLC will perform a sequence of events triggered by stimuli referred to as inputs. It receives these stimuli through delayed actions such as counted occurrences or time delays.

These special computer devices are different from regular computers such as PCs or smartphones in that:

  1.  A PLC performs only a single set or sequence of tasks, with greater reliability and performance, except when it is under real-time constraints. This is in contrast to regular PCs and smartphones that are designed to execute any number of roles simultaneously within the Windows framework.
  2. The PLC has a number of features that you don’t find in normal computers, such as protection from the open area conditions like heat, dust and cold.
  3. It is low cost compared with other microcontroller systems. When you’re using a PLC in various applications, you only need to change the software component for each application. With other microcontroller systems however, you would have to change the hardware components too with different applications.

This microprocessor- based controller includes a programmable memory that stores instructions and implements functions that include sequencing, timing, logic, arithmetic, and counting.


How programmable logic controllers work

Each PLC system has three modules namely: CPU module, power supply module and one or more input/output (I/O) module.

  • CPU Module

This module is comprised of a central processor and its memory component. This processor performs all the needed data computations and processing by receiving inputs and producing corresponding outputs.

  • Power supply module

PLC’s computer circuitry runs on a 5V DC output and this is supplied by the power supply module. This is essentially the module responsible for powering up the system.

It receives AC power and converts it to DC power that the two other modules (CPU and input/output modules) use.

  • I/O Modules

The input/output modules are responsible for connecting the sensors and actuators to the PLC system to sense the different parameters such as pressure, temperature, and flow.

The I/O modules can be digital or analogue.


Areas where programmable logic controllers are applied  

PLCs are used in various applications in industries such as the steel industry, automobile industry, chemical industry and the energy sector. The scope of PLCs dramatically increases based on the development of all the various technologies where it is applied.

In the Travel Industry, PLC has been used to monitor the safety control system and to operate lifts and escalators.

  • Glass industry

PRCs controllers have been in use in the glass industry for decades. They are used largely to control the material ratio as well as to process flat glasses. The technology has been advancing over the years and this has created an increased demand for the PLC control mode for use in the glass industry.

The production of glass is an elaborate and sophisticated process so the companies involved often use PLCs with the bus technology in its control mode.

Overall, the PLC is applied in both analogue data recording in the glass production, and in digital quality and position control.

  • Paper industry

paper printingIn the paper industry, PLCs are used in various processes. These include controlling the machines that produce paper products at high speeds.

For instance, a PLC controls and monitors the production of book pages or newspapers in offset web printing.

  • Cement manufacturing

Manufacturing cement involves mixing various raw materials in a kiln. The quality of these raw materials and their proportions significantly impact the quality of the final product. To ensure the use of the right quality and quantities of raw materials, the accuracy of data regarding such process variables is of the essence.

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A distributed control system comprised of PLC in its user mode and a configuration software are used in the industry’s production and management processes. The PLC in particular, controls ball milling, coal kiln and shaft kiln.

Other examples of PLC programming applications that are in use in various industries today include water tank quenching systems in the aerospace sector, filling machine control system in the food industry, – industrial batch washing machine control and closed loop textile shrinkage systems.



Food industry PLCPLC is also used in the coal-fired boiler fan change-over system in hospitals, corrugation machine control system and silo feeding as well as injection moulding control systems in the plastic industry.

The programmable logic controllers at Mobile Automation includes a huge variety from various top industry manufacturers such as Allen-Bradley and Omron. All these can be put to various applications in key departments of your business to standardise the production process and increase your return on investment.

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SCADA Basics: An Overview of Automatic Control Systems

SCADA relates to software which is used to control hardware and acquire data from these devices. When we break it down to essentials, we have Supervisory control and data acquisition, which has been explained here.

SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) is a category of software application program for process control, the gathering of data in real time from remote locations in order to control equipment and conditions. SCADA is used in power plants as well as in oil and gas refining, telecommunications, transportation, and water and waste control.

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Such systems are used in monitoring and control of a manufacturing plant’s operating systems from a centralized location. It includes a mode for communication of information between the central host computer to the many scattered units (Programmable Logic Controllers). The systems may vary from a simple temperature reporting system in a building to complex monitoring systems for traffic lights. The major elements of the system are:

Master Station

It is a repository of real-time or near real-time reported data collected from the remote terminal units connected to the master system. Generally, it is a standard computer hardware equipment but there are few specialised available as well. The back end SCADA software must be able to repeatedly poll the RTUs for data values, should have software for their retrieval, storage and processing. The processing may include unit conversion, cataloguing into tables etc.

Human-Machine Interface

This is basically the command center that allows control of the devices. The values stored in the computers are accesses here in an understandable and comprehensible form by HMIs. These are helpful in providing diagnostics and management information with detailed schematics Humans work well with pictures, hence similar are the SCADA HMIs.

Remote Terminal Units (RTUs)

It connect to sensors in the process, converting sensor signals to digital data and sending digital data to the supervisory system.

Programmable Logic Controller (PLCs)

It is used as field devices because they are more economical, versatile, flexible, and configurable than special-purpose RTUs.

Communication infrastructure in SCADA

It provides connectivity to the supervisory system to the Remote Terminal Units.


Data Acquisition System (DAQ or DAS)

What is Data Acquisition?

The Data Acquisition is the process of sampling signal that measures real-world physical conditions and converting the resulting samples into digital numeric value that can be manipulated by a computer.

The microprocessor-based personal computers are extensively used to implement direct digital control. For such PCs, special Printed Circuit boards are used called as Data Acquisition systems in process control. These system work are developed for providing input and output analog data, these are used when the PC is used in control system. Just like other peripheral devices such as scanner, printer, game board etc..

Components of a DAQ system:

Untitled designSensors:

Sensors convert the physical quantity such as temperature, pressure, flow etc, into a readable voltage or current signal for easy signal processing.

The sensor sends the measured valve directly to the signal conditioning device or to data acquisition board.

Signal conditioning:

The sensor output may contain noise signal as well may not in the range to be detected by the computer system. A signal conditioning unit filters the signal and thus improve the quality of the signal pass through the DAQ.

The common signal conditioning includes the amplification, linearization, filtering, attenuation, common mode rejection etc.

Analog to Digital converter:

An A/D converter converts the analog signal to digital readable signal to the computer system. The conversion is necessary to enable the computer to process or store the signal.


  • Reduced data reduntancy
  • Improved data security
  • Improved data access to user through use of host and query language
  • Reduced updating error and increased consistency
  • Reduced data entry and storage


  • Database system is complex, difficult and time-consuming
  • Damage to database affect all application program
  • Hardware and Software start-up cost
  • Initial training required for all programmers and users

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What is a control panel?. What are the components in a control panel?

Control panel is a cabinet which contains electrical components to control the motors and equipment.


Cables are used for the interconnection. Two types of cables are used. Power cable and control cable.
1. Power cables (which is used to connect the motor to panel component and panel to main supply)
2. Control cables (which is used to connect the control circuits) BUS BAR


Incoming supply is connected to bus bar and distributed from bus bar. It is normally made by Aluminum.

MCB (Miniature Circuit Breakers):

MCB is a protecting device. It is used before the feeder. This should be selected according to the capacity of the feeder.

MCCB (Mould Case Circuit Breaker)

In most of the cases the MCCB used as an incomer for higher capacity feeders for better protection.

ELCB (Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker)

The ELCB is also known as RCCB. The device used for the protection against the earth leakage current and residual current. It should be fixed before the incomer.


The basic supply will connected to this incomer. It also called as SFU(Switch Fuse Unit). It contains one handle with fuse unit. Once it is turned ON the supply will pass to the next stage through fuse if any major fault occurs in side panel board, it will trip and it isolate supply.


Selector is switch is used for ON/OFF purpose and for selecting the mode of operation like auto/manual.
Starters are used for starting the motors safely. Mainly two types of starters are there. DOL starters and Start to delta. Dol starter is enough for the motors with power less than 5 hp.


Over load relay is for the protection of motor from the over load. It senses the load current and trips if it exceeds the limit. Current limit has to be set manually. It should be 80% of the full load current.


Operation of timer is similar to relay. But a delay is there for actuation. We can set the time delay manually according to our requirement. It is very much essential for start to delta conversion.


Contactor is an essential component in the control panel. It actuates when the signal from the controller (PLC, Relay logic) comes. It is similar to relay. It is costlier than relay. It is used for a higher load.
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