BMS Training

BMS Training

Construction industry expansion has resulted in improved controls and energy-saving techniques. High end automation systems are being used to make the world smarter and greener. Less CO2 emissions and improved energy efficiency are becoming more important. Building management systems enable better resource management, top-notch security, and remote access. A smart world that can be controlled with a single click will be produced by the internet of things, which major technology companies are driving. The incorrect design and implementation are caused by a shortage of trained BMS engineers. The market is in need of qualified engineers who can fulfill all requirements in the BMS sector. Enhancing your employability through the BMS ENGINEER training programme is a great opportunity.

Course Outlet

1Fundamentals Of Building Management System
  • Basic design criteria
  • Components used in bms
  • Concept of green & smart design
  • Energy management systems
  • MEP design fundamentals
2Bms Configuration
  • BMS controller - Johnson control fx 15, fx15 programming
  • Basic parameters
  • Energy measurement
  • Transmission techniques
  • Network protocols- Modbus, Profibus, Canbus
  • configuration of software
3Relay Logic Systems
  • Basics of Relays, Contactors, Timers, OLR, MCCB, ACB
  • Digital timers, counters
  • Motor control circuits- DOL, Star Delta
  • Implementation of fire alarm logic
4Control Panels
  • Different types of panels
  • Wiring and trouble shooting
  • AMF panels
  • APFC panels
  • Power management systems
  • Earthling practices
5Servo Drives
  • Basics of motors- DC Motor, Stepper, Servo
  • Feedback system
  • Speed control
  • Torque control
  • Selection of Servo motor and drives
  • Programming of stepper motor drives
  • Interfacing with PLC, HMI
6Vfds
  • Concept of two wire/ three wire controls
  • Selection of VFDs
  • Programming of VFD
  • fault correction
  • interfacing with HMI, PLC
7Cctv
  • Selection of camera
  • Cabling and termination
  • Different types of cameras
  • Night vision systems
  • DVR configuration
  • Remote monitoring through phone and net.
8Biometric Access Control
  • RFID cards
  • Finger print
  • Report preparation
  • Magnetic locks
9Fire Alarm & Panels
  • sensors-heat, smoke, Air
  • Conventional fire alarm panels
  • Addressable fire alarm panels
  • Cabling
  • Safety standards
  • Alarms
  • PA systems
  • recorders
  • Monitoring the process through sensors- connection details.
10PLC
  • Analog addressing, continuous process monitoring and control.
  • NO/ NC concept.
  • Data file handling- forcing i/o.
  • Wiring and trouble shooting.
  • Programming practices.
11HMI
  • HMI system overview.
  • HMI hardware overview.
  • Operation of standard display panels.
  • Display panels - textual and graphical
  • Communication with PLC and drives
12SCADA
  • SCADA packages
  • Role of SCADA in industrial automation
  • SCADA system configuration, RTU, communication protocols.
  • Script Programming.
  • Real time and historical trend.
  • Configuring alarms.
  • Real time project development with plc interfacing.
  • Communication with other software.
  • Recipe management.
  • Accessing different security levels.
  • Report generation of current plant.
13HVAC System
  • Introduction to HVAC
  • Scope of designing
  • Basics and importance of HVAC
  • Future advancements in HVAC
  • Standards and codes used in HVAC
  • Modes of heat transfer in a building
  • Basic components of air conditioning
  • Types of refrigeration cycles
  • Types of air conditioning systems
  • Design of Ventilation system
  • Load calculation using E 20 manual calculation
  • Ventilation
  • Infiltration load calculations
  • Pump size and hydraulic head calculation for chilled water Study on ducts and its types
  • Study on air distribution systems
  • Air terminal selection
  • Cold storage selection
  • Selection of Materials of Ducts
  • Primary and secondary pump selections
  • Duct material selection
  • Selection of cooling tower
  • Selection of Chillers
  • AHU and FCU classification and selection
  • Package unit selection DX unit selection
  • Selection of Condensers (Air cooled, Water cooled, Evaporative)
  • Selection of De-humidifier
  • Selection of Expansion tank
  • Lighting Controls

Benefits of learning BMS Training at Solve Tech Training Institute

  • Our experienced professionals are instructing this course.
  • Solve Tech provides you the facility to schedule the classes according to your availability.
  • Following each session, you'll receive the course material for your own future reference.
  • You will receive an internationally recognised certification after completing the course.

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