HMI & SCADA - Manufacturing / Electrical Technology - Limerick Campus

TUS - Limerick Campuses


Course Name HMI & SCADA - Manufacturing / Electrical Technology - Limerick Campus
Course Provider TUS - Limerick Campuses
Alternative Provider(s) TUS - Technological University of the Shannon
Course Code 111202 (Assigned by Qualifax. Not an official code)
Course Type Lifelong Learning
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Minor Certificate (Level 7 NFQ)  More info.. Minor Technological University of the Shannon Level 7 NFQ
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Attendance Options Part time, Evening
Location (Districts) Limerick City
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment This programme may be offered again in the 2022-2023 academic year. This will be confirmed in early Summer 2022
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Duration Delivery
12 weeks, 3 hours per week from 7.00pm to 10.00pm
Course Fee Fee €625
Entry Requirements

Expand+What are the entry requirements?
It is expected that participants registering for this module will have already completed the PLC Systems and Advanced PLC Systems modules, and/or will have significant prior working knowledge of PLC Systems. Particip...

Course Content

Expand+To provide the learner with the skills needed to successfully design, develop and integrate a SCADA solution in industry. Having successfully completed this module, the learner will be able to :

Understand and identify the requirements needed to ...

Subjects Taught What modules will I study?

SCADA interfacing
SCADA/HMI application systems
Script generation for customising data and graphic animation
Script programming
Networking and advanced application development
S88 standard
Batch control
Assessment Method Each taught module has a programme of continuous assessment worth 50% and a final exam worth 50%. It is necessary to pass both elements to achieve an award in the module.
Number of Credits Level 7, 5 Credits
Further Enquiries Flexible Learning Team
+353 61 293802
Location Limerick
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