Electrical Design in Industrial Automation - The Insight

Learn how to start to design an industrial automation system (with REAL-LIFE PHOTOS) and which top-notch sotware to use

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Electrical Design in Industrial Automation - The Insight



- December 20, 2019 - added Closed Caption in English - EDITED, not auto-generated.


welcome to my introductory course on industrial automation and electrical design engineering.

If you are planning to look for a job as an electrical design engineer then this course is the best choice to start with.

In this course we are going to cover two main segments:

  1. Industrial refrigeration system

    • what is this project all about - customer requirements and key features

    • how I was able to design this kind of industrial automation system

    • photos of as-built situation of all cabinets:

      • main power infeed cabinet (E-Cu busbars 50x10mm and main circuit breaker)

      • Danfoss softstarters cabinet (they drive 160kW and 132kW screw type compressors)

      • technology cabinet - ca. 100kW of power consumption

      • PLC cabinet (Siemens S7-1500)

  2. Key features of the software I use on a daily basis to be able to design an electrical system for such an application:

    1. Simaris Design - power calculation software (where I dimensioned all the protection devices, cables etc.

    2. Rittal Therm - software for heat loss calculations and dimensioning of a climate control system inside enclosure (fans, AC)

    3. Eplan Electric P8 - software I used to create all the circuit diagrams on a professional engineering level

If you like what you see, enroll in the course and I'll be seeing you in the lectures.

Best regards,

Ivan (aka Eplan Tutor)

What You Will Learn!

  • What it takes to design an electrical cabinets and system for an industrial refrigeration application
  • Which software to use to work as a professional design engineer in industrial environment
  • See for yourself how does a 400kW / 715A electrical cabinet looks like (PHOTOS)
  • Learn how is it possible to work with 60mm busbar system although having altogether 715A of current consumption

Who Should Attend!

  • For those of you interested in industrial automation and electrical design engineering



  • Automation
  • Electrical Wiring






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