Electro-Hydraulic Systems: Level 1 18 PDUs

Electro-Hydraulic Systems: Level 1 18 PDUs

Electro-Hydraulic Systems: Level 1 18 PDUs

This training package helps the trainee develop both technical and methodological competence in electro-hydraulics, in understanding the relationship between electrical technology and hydraulics, assembling and understanding of basic electro-hydraulic circuits, understanding the use of various electro-mechanical valves.

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KSHS.75000

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  • Learning Outcomes
  • >Be able to safely commission hydraulic controllers.

    >Be able to explain and set up direct actuation.

    >Be able to plan and set up load-dependent speed controllers.

    >Be able to make use of indirect actuation.

    >Be able to select and make use of hydraulic and electrical components in accordance with economic considerations.

    >Become familiar with two ways of storing signals: with double solenoid valves and by means of electrical self-latching loops.

    >Be able to explain and set up signal storage in the hydraulic power section.

    >Be able to select solenoid valves based on control technology requirements.

    >Be able to depict the motion sequence of a controller as a function diagram.

    >Be able to make use of a limit switch for end-position monitoring.

    >Become familiar with basic logic functions and be able to make use of them and set them up.

    >Be able to create and make use of a sequence table.

    >Be able to plan and set up speed controllers which are independent of load

    >Be able to explain and set up an electrical latching circuit with dominant breaking signal

    >Become familiar with latching circuits with varying performance features.

    >Be able to plan and set up pressure dependent speed controllers.

    >Be able to plan and set up bypass circuits.

    >Be able to lock relay controller signals electrically and mechanically.

    >Be able to plan and set up circuits for pulling loads.

    >Be able to plan and set up a pressure level controller for two levels.

    >Become familiar with various types of end-position control for cylinders and be able to select the appropriate type.

    >Be able to reduce a system’s energy consumption by means of pressure-free pump circulation.

    >Become familiar with simple operating modes and be able to take them into consideration in the controller

    >Be able to expand existing controllers and revise the respective documentation accordingly.

    >Be able to implement sequence control with two cylinders.

    >Become familiar with the setup and function of a hydraulic pump.

    >Become familiar with the most important characteristics of a hydraulic pump.

    >Be able to select a hydraulic power unit on the basis of specified requirements.

    >Be familiar with the various types and possible uses of pressure-relief valves

    >Become familiar with the setup and function of a double-acting cylinder

    >Become familiar with the setup and function of a 4/2-way solenoid valve.

    >Become familiar with the setup and function of electrical pushbuttons and switches.

    > Become familiar with the setup and function of a relay.

    >Become familiar with the setup and function of 2/2 and 3/2-way solenoid valves.

    >Become familiar with the setup and function of a 4/2-way double solenoid valve.

    >Become familiar with the setup and function of a limit switch.

    >Become familiar with the setup and function of an electronic pressure switch.

    >Become familiar with the setup and function of a 4/2-way double solenoid valve

    > Be able to measure and calculate electrical current in an electro-hydraulic system.

    >Become familiar with contact ratings of electrical signal generators and be able to take them into consideration in the electrical circuit.

  • Mode of Delivery
  • >Instructor-led classroom session

    > 80% practical sessions on the hydraulic training kit as well as on the Hydraulic and PLC simulation software.

Viscar reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule courses and to change instructors. Please be advised that in the event of a course cancellation, Viscar is not responsible for airfare penalties or other travel related expenses you may incur. You must successfully complete the entire course or program to be awarded a Certificate of Completion/Participation.

If you cannot find a substitute, we can transfer your course fees to another Viscar course of your choice.

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