The Human Machine Interface (HMI) is the interface between the process and the operators – in essence an operator’s dashboard. This is the primary tool by which operators and line supervisors coordinate and control the industrial and manufacturing processes in the plant.
HMIs serve to translate complex process variables into usable and actionable information. Displaying near real-time operational information is the domain of the HMI. Visual process graphics give meaning and context to motor and valve status, tank levels and other process parameters. HMIs give operational insight into the process and enable control and optimization by regulating production and process targets.
This course is specifically designed for the people who wants to learn from very basics that how to design or program SIEMENS HMI. In this course we are using Siemens KTP 400 HMI along with Siemens-TIA(Total Integrated Automation).
We have interfaced Siemens S7-1200 PLC with HMI in order to learn monitoring and control of PlC parameters. We have also used Factory IO software in order to simulate industrial application in 3d environment and we have controlled and monitored these industrial application by Siemens HMI. This course will start from very scratch such as how to create a switch in HMI and it’ll take you up to very advance features of HMI such as Alarms, Recipe, Trends etc.
After learning this course you will be able to design and install Siemens HMI in your project or industrial application.