Automation Control Systems Laboratory

The laboratory was established in the Mechanical and Building Sciences block (G block)in the year 2019, measuring 97.52 m2 carpet area. The laboratory comprises of Basic Nano PLC Trainer Kit, PLC controlled Servo and Stepper Motor, Do It Yourself Kits (Separate Input and Output Components with Siemens PLC), Traffic Light and Three Level Lift System using Delta PLC and HMI, Linear Pick and Place System using Omron PLC and HMI, Rotary Pick and Place System using AB PLC (Micro Logix), Linear Pick and Place by Stepper Motor Drive System using AB PLC and HMI (Micro Logix) and Ball Sorting by Servo Motor Drive System using AB PLC (Compact Logix). The objective of conducting the practical classes in the laboratory is to develop the skills in PLC & HMI programming, interfacing of input and output components with PLCs. Apart from conducting the laboratory classes, the lab facilities are effectively utilized for conducting research work, fabrication of project works of the students.


Facilities

1.    Basic Nano PLC Trainer Kit

2.    Do It Yourself Kits for building PLC based Applications

3.    PLC controlled Servo and Stepper Motor

4.    Traffic light and Three Level Lift System

5.    Pneumatic Linear Pick and Place System

6.    Pneumatic Rotary Pick and Place System

7.    Stepper Motor based Pick and Place System

8.    Servo Motor based Ball Sorting System

9.    Basic PLC Programming


Capabilities

1.    Program and Control Single Traffic light and Elevator System using Delta PLC and Delta HMI.

2.    Program and Control Pneumatic based Linear Pick and Place System using Omron PLC and Omron HMI.

3.    Program and Control Pneumatic based Rotary Pick and Place System using Allen Bradley PLC.

4.    Program and Control Pneumatic based Stepper Motor based Pick and Place System using Allen Bradley PLC Allen Bradley HMI.

5.    Program and Control Pneumatic based Servo Motor based Ball Sorting System Allen Bradley PLC.

6.    Demonstration of Basic Nano PLC Trainer Kit Components.

7.    PLC Do It Yourself Kits

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