You are responsible for the reliable operation of the SIMOTION automation system and the SINAMCS S120 drive system.
In this course, you learn the proper way to handle systems when a fault occurs. Based on prepared projects, you analyze signal interconnection and programming. Using projects with deliberate faults and errors, you identify and resolve faults.
After the course, you can more quickly resolve faults and in a focused fashion. You can adapt the control program when changes are made to the machine.
Overview of the modules and components:
SIMOTION automation system
SINAMICS S120 drive system
Working with PC programs:
SIMOTION SCOUT engineering software
SINAMICS STARTER commissioning tool
Structure and configuration of a SIMOTION project:
Axes, components and topology
Drive objects and technology objects
Establishing an online connection via PROFIBUS, PROFINET and Ethernet
Diagnostics with SIMOTION SCOUT and SIMOTION IT web browser
Analysis of enabling signals and signal interconnections
Recording signals with measuring functions and trace
Handling Safety Integrated when service is required
Procedure when replacing modules, motors and encoders
Introduction into programming when making adaptations in the case of service
Integration of SIMOTION SCOUT into the TIA Portal
Practical exercises on training equipment with SIMOTION D, SINAMICS S120, SIMATIC ET200S and SIMATIC TP177B
Basic knowledge about automation and drive technology
Basic knowledge of SIMATIC S7 in accordance with the TIA-SERV1 or ST-SERV1 courses.
Up until October 1, 2015, this course was called MC-SMO-IH