HMIs communicate with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and input/output sensors to get and display information for users to view. HMI screens can be used for a single function, like monitoring and tracking, or for performing more sophisticated operations, like switching machines off or increasing production speed, depending on how they are implemented. Previously, operators would need to walk the floor constantly to review mechanical progress and record it on a piece of paper or a whiteboard. By allowing PLCs to communicate real-time information straight to an HMI display, HMI technology eliminates the need for this outdated practice and thereby reduces many costly problems caused by lack of information or human error.

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Course Content

Course Content

  • Introduction to HMI
  • Working with control panel
  • Changing MPI/DP settings
  • Working with HMI
  • Design:
  • Tag editor window
  • Working with point
  • Viewing/ Filtering
  • Setting up point attributes
  • Data type/(I/O) type
  • I/O type
  • Setting up PLC attributes

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