Factory automation involves building parts and assembling them into subsystems and finished products. Both the production and assembly processes are considered discrete manufacturing. Each process can be started or stopped individually, and many processes can run at varying rates without interfering with overall production. These courses help engineers and technicians improve these processes and increase overall efficiency.
Process Automation Controllers
- PLC Fundamentals for the Technical Professional (TC40)
Electrical Controls and Considerations
- Electrical Noise Effects on Instrumentation Control Equipment (TI21)*
- Electrical Controls for the Control Systems Technician (TI23)*
Motors and Controls
- Applying Motor Controls and Drives (SP15)
*Indicates that a one-day overview version of this course is available as part of a custom training solution.
**Inidcates that this course is only available as part of a custom training solution.
Please contact an ISA Learning Consultant for more information.