Electrical three phase motor starter timer circuit
automatic motor starter of star delta starter
Electrical three phase motor starter timer circuit
automatic motor starter of star delta starter
Robotics Parts for engineering students available here
DC geared motors
zig bee module
Java Training course contents in simple words:
Core Java, Advanced Java, J2EE, junit, rcp, Design Patterns, Agile, html5, css3, cms, git/svn, maven, Linux commands and Linux architecture, projects development using advanced API including Mail API, XML Parser, JAVA Excel API etc
The Core Java technologies and application programming interfaces (APIs) are the foundation of the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE). They are used in all classes of Java programming, from desktop applications to J2EE applications.
After completing this module you are ready to:
Appear in exams on java under any technical university of India.
Develop Desktop applications, Networking & Multi-threaded programs in java.
Appear in SCJP exams
Update yourself with Advance frameworks of java.
Why Java at Felight ?
Industry Compliant Syllabus
Product Based Training
Real-Time Case Studies
Use of Latest Tools & Technology
LCD equipped class room
Unlimited Lab facility
Faculties drawn from Industries
Daily Handouts & Lab Exercise
Workshops on New Technologies
SCJP Orientation Classes
Programming language Types and Paradigms.
Computer Programming Hierarchy.
How Computer Architecture Affects a Language ?
Why Java ?
Flavors of Java.
Java Designing Goal.
Role of Java Programmer in Industry.
Features of Java Language.
JVM –The heart of Java
Java’s Magic Bytecode
The Java Environment:
Java Program Development
Java Source File Structure
Basic Language Elements:
Lexical Tokens, Identifiers
Keywords, Literals, Comments
Primitive Datatypes, Operators
Object Oriented Programming
Object & Object reference.
Object Life time & Garbage Collection.
Creating and Operating Objects.
Constructor & initialization code block.
Access Control, Modifiers, methods
Nested , Inner Class &Anonymous Classes
Abstract Class & Interfaces
Defining Methods, Argument Passing Mechanism
Method Overloading, Recursion.
Dealing with Static Members. Finalize() Method.
Native Method. Use of “this “ reference.
Use of Modifiers with Classes & Methods.
Design of Accessors and Mutator Methods
Cloning Objects, shallow and deep cloning
Generic Class Types
Extending Classes and Inheritance
Use and Benefits of Inheritance in OOP
Types of Inheritance in Java
Inheriting Data Members and Methods
Role of Constructors in inheritance
Overriding Super Class Methods.
Use of “super”.
Polymorphism in inheritance.
Type Compatibility and Conversion
Organizing Classes and Interfaces in Packages.
Package as Access Protection
CLASSPATH Setting for Packages.
Making JAR Files for Library Packages
Import and Static Import
Naming Convention For Packages
The Idea behind Exception
Exceptions & Errors
Types of Exception
Control Flow In Exceptions
JVM reaction to Exceptions
Use of try, catch, finally, throw, throws in Exception Handling.
In-built and User Defined Exceptions
Checked and Un-Checked Exceptions
Array & String :
Defining an Array
Initializing & Accessing Array
Multi –Dimensional Array
Operation on String
Mutable & Immutable String
Using Collection Bases Loop for String
Tokenizing a String
Creating Strings using StringBuffer
Needs of Multi-Threaded Programming.
Inter Communication of Threads
Critical Factor in Thread -DeadLock
Applet & Application
Parameters to Applet
Embedding Applets in Web page.
Applet Security Policies
A Collection of Useful Classes
Utility Methods for Arrays
Observable and Observer Objects
Date & Times
Input/Output Operation in Java(java.io Package)
Streams and the new I/O Capabilities
The Classes for Input and Output
The Standard Streams
Working with File Object
File I/O Basics
Reading and Writing to Files
Buffer and Buffer Management
Read/Write Operations with File Channel
Designing Graphical User Interfaces in Java
Components and Containers
Basics of Components
Adding a Menu to Window
Extending GUI Features Using Swing Components
Java Utilities (java.util Package)
The Collection Framework :
Collections of Objects
Use of ArrayList & Vector
Event-Driven Programming in Java
Event- Handling Process
The Delegation Model of Event Handling
Adapter Classes as Helper Classes in Event Handling
Anonymous Inner classes a Short –cut to Event Handling
Avoiding Deadlocks in GUI Code
Event Types & Classes
Networking Classes and Interfaces
Developing Networking Applications in Java
Database Programming using JDBC
Introduction to JDBC
JDBC Drivers & Architecture
CURD operation Using JDBC
Connecting to non-conventional Databases.
Introduction to Email Technical Internals
Understanding of POP and SMTP framework
Complete understanding the email API
Mass mailer Application development
Introduction to J2EE
Java Server Technologies
Web Application Basics.
Architecture and challenges of Web Application.
Introduction to servlet
Servlet life cycle
Developing and Deploying Servlets
Exploring Deployment Descriptor (web.xml).
Handling Request and Response
Initializing a Servlet
Session Tracking & Management
Dealing with cookies
Accessing Web Context
Passing INIT and CONTEXT Parameter
Sharing information using scope object
Controlling concurrent access
Filtering Request and Response
Java Server Pages:
Basic JSP Architecture
Life Cycle of JSP (Translation, compilation)
JSP Tags and Expressions
Role of JSP in MVC-2
JSP with Database
JSP Implicit Objects
JSP Expression Language (EL)
Using Custom Tag
JSP with Java Bean
RMI (Remote Method Invocation)
Example demonstrating RMI
Enterprise JAVA Beans
Enterprise Bean overview
Types of enterprise beans
Advantages of enterprise beans
The Life Cycles of Enterprise Beans
Working with Session Beans
Statefull vs. Stateless Session Beans
Working with Entity Beans
Message Driven Beans
JNDI (Java Naming and Directory Interface)
Course Content Outline:
Overview of PLC
Review of relay circuits using AND, OR, NOT, NOR, NAND, XOR and XNOR functions, number system and Boolean Algebra.
Learn to draw PLC ladder logic diagrams and contact symbology.
Use programming software efficiently, identify and use mnemonics, appropriate addressing and memory management, programming, editing documentation and emulation techniques.
Downloading and uploading programs between computer and PLC systems.
Write and demonstrate programs using program control instructions:
Set and reset outputs
Timers and counters
Data Comparison and Arithmetic Functions
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. Summarize and identify the main PLC functional blocks (inputs, CPU, outputs).
2. Program the PLC’s for simple basic control operations.
3. Analyse the standard PLC ladder diagrams and describe the program function.
4. Demonstrate connections of field wiring (input and output devices) to the corresponding PLC terminals.
5. Describe the nature of analog control signals and their industrial standards.
6. Use the Siemens Windows development environment (Step7-MicroWin32) to write ladder diagram PLC programs.
7. Use the Siemens Windows development environment (Step7-MicroWin32) to debug and document PLC programs.
8. Download PLC programs from the PC development environment into the PLC.
9. Read schematic and wiring diagrams and establish the correct physical and logical relation between I/O wiring and program addressing.
10. Demonstrate related computer skills in the Windows environment.
We provide Training on
Machine control Robotics
Duration – Six weeks, six months
Charges . Rs. 1500 Per student for Group of minimum 5 students
We sale robotics and electronics parts. and also provide guidance on robots
Speech based Robots
Antifalling and ati collision robot
Gesture based robo
Flex sensor based robot
wirelessly controlled spy camera robot
PIPE leakage detection robot
gas leakage detection
Tanks based robot
robot with biometric scan
android controlled robot
Mobile controlled robo
rf controlled robots
|Introduction to Verilog course objective|
|Introduction: Reasons for using the Hardware Language.|
|Types of Simulators, Compilation, and Synthesis.|
|Structure of Basic Verilog Program.|
|Defining Module: Port list, Port modes.|
|Instance Types: – Location|
|Types of NET.|
|ypes of REG: integer, real, time.|
|Parameters and Parameters Overriding.|
|Always in Synthesis Writing.|
|Always in Simulation Writing.|
|Initial: Structure and Example.|
|Concatenation and Replication.|
|Advanced Writing Simulation|
Syllabus of Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi 2 Features :
Syllabus OF AVR Controller
VHDL training Details-
Course objectives: This course is about the design of digital systems using a hardware description language, VHDL.
Define a hardware design utilizing the three basic VHDL modeling styles: data flow, structural, and behavioral.
Define and utilize a VHDL test bench for validation of a component design.
Explain the importance of separating vendor specific components from generic design components at the highest level of design abstraction.
Design and implement a complex state machine utilizing VHDL.
Describe the fundamental architecture of a standard Complex Programmable Logic Device.
Describe the fundamental architecture of a standard Field Programmable Logic Device.
Describe the advantages and disadvantages associated with the use of CPLDs and FPGAs.
Design and build a complex hardware system utilizing a CPLD/FPGA.
Prerequisites: Minimal knowledge of computer logic design. The students who do not have the background can still take the course, but they should be prepared to spend additional time for learning them using the additional materials provided by the instructor.
Introduction to VHDL
History of VHDL
Alternative modeling styles
Standard numeric package
Subprograms: functions and procedures
Blocks and packages
Complex Programmable Devices or CPLDs
Field Programmable Devices or FPGAs
Fundamentals of CPLD hardware design
Basics of digital design
Design of combinational functional blocks (e.g. decoders, multiplexers, adder, multipliers, etc.)
Design of sequential functional blocks (e.g. registers, counters, etc.)
Design of Memory elements
Building simple and pipelined datapaths (ALU, register file and their interconnection paths)
Sequencing and control — hardwired control and microprogrammed control,
Single-cycle computer, multi-cycle computer, a pipelined computer design
VHDL training Ludhiana, VHDL punjab
Training on FPGA
Open Source Software
Six weeks Robotics Training using VHDL
SYLLABUS OF PIC CONTROLLER
What is PIC. Introduction to PIC. Series of PIC controllers