Jul
16
Mon
Logix 5000 Foundations – 14 CE Hours @ Werner Electric - Wausau Register
Jul 16 @ 8:30 am – Jul 17 @ 4:30 pm
Logix 5000 Foundations - 14 CE Hours @ Werner Electric - Wausau | Wausau | Wisconsin | United States

This two day class reviews everything from the Logix 5000 Intro class and includes advanced Logix topics such as timers, counters, one-shots, and more. In addition, tools such as BOOTP and ControlFlash will be covered. This class will provide a deeper understanding of the Logix platform and Studio 5000 programming software and help those operating or maintaining those machines achieve a deeper understanding. No previous Logix experience is required.
CE Hours: 14

Jul
18
Wed
EI30 ISA Sizing, Selecting, and Applying Process Control Valves @ Werner Electric - Appleton Register
Jul 18 @ 8:00 am – Jul 20 @ 4:00 pm
EI30 ISA Sizing, Selecting, and Applying Process Control Valves @ Werner Electric - Appleton | Appleton | Wisconsin | United States

2.1 CEUs

Sign up for a membership with ISA at https://www.isa.org/membership/ and you can take this course for $1,680.00!

“The extensive course materials provided contained useful information about values/sizing and selection, both theoretical and practical.” -Mike Jones, Electrical Supervisor

You will gain a practical understanding of control valves, actuators, and positioner designs and their applications. This course also provides methods that can be used to identify specific valve problems and to arrive at acceptable solutions within engineering tolerance.

You will be able to:

  • Compare various types of final control elements
  • Identify a typical valve operation in a control loop
  • Differentiate between various types of valves and the benefits of each
  • Compare rising stem to rotary style valves
  • Analyze a control system to determine control valve needs
  • Apply ISA standards for control valve specification and selection
  • Size valves for any flow condition likely to be found in a process plant
  • Evaluate and select actuators for specific applications
  • Specify appropriate auxiliaries including positioners and I/P transducers
  • Design control valve installations that are safe and trouble-free

You will cover:

  • Introduction: Valve in Loop | Valve | Actuator | Positioner
  • Basic Valve Types: Globe | Ball | Plug | Butterfly
  • Actuators: Spring/Diaphragm | Piston | Vane | Scotch-Yoke | R & P
  • Comparison: Rising Stem | Rotary | Accessories | Positioner | I/P
  • Valve Performance: Gain | Time | Trim | Special Needs
  • Flashing/Cavitation and Noise: Cause/Effect | Prevention | OSHA | Source and Abatement
  • Installation: Performance | Safety | Other
  • Valve Sizing: Manual | Computer
  • Specification and Selection: Process Requirements | Other Considerations
  • Maintenance and Troubleshooting Considerations: Special Requirements | Diagnostic Tools
  • Smart Valves: Available Designs | Applications in Industry

Classroom/Laboratory Exercises:

  • Test valves to evaluate performance factors
  • Size valves manually and with software
  • Specify valves, actuators, and auxiliaries for specific applications
  • Evaluate operation of valves with pneumatic actuators and positioners
  • Demonstrate smart valve/positioner operation

Course Resources (included with registration):

  • ISA Textbook: Control Valve Primer, A User’s Guide, by Hans D. Baumann
Logix 5000 Advanced – 14 CE Hours @ Werner Electric - Wausau Register
Jul 18 @ 8:30 am – Jul 19 @ 4:30 pm
Logix 5000 Advanced - 14 CE Hours @ Werner Electric - Wausau | Wausau | Wisconsin | United States

The Logix 5000 Advanced class sequentially follows the Logix 5000 Foundations class. It focuses on the premier integration of Rockwell devices such as PowerFlex drives, PanelView terminals, Stratix Ethernet/IP switches, Kinetix motion drives, and more. The class will utilize individual lab stations which will each focus on one of these components. The class will provide attendees with a brief overview of how to interface each of these components with Studio 5000. The class will cover the I/O configuration, AOP’s and Logic associated with the hardware. We will also incorporate some of the advanced features and instructions of Studio 5000. The Logix 5000 Foundations class or equivalent Logix experience is required.
CE Hours: 14

Jul
20
Fri
Logix 5000 Motion Basics (CANCELLED) @ Werner Electric - Wausau Register
Jul 20 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Logix 5000 Motion Basics (CANCELLED) @ Werner Electric - Wausau | Wausau | Wisconsin | United States

The Logix Motion Basics class builds on the Logix 5000 Level 1 class to give students an understanding of integrated Motion Control with a ControlLogix PLC. Topics covered include motion module configuration, axes configuration, testing, tuning axes and programming basic motion routines. Strong familiarity with ControlLogix processors, but not necessarily with Logix motion, is assumed.

Jul
24
Tue
Ethics for Professional Engineers @ Werner Electric - Appleton Register
Jul 24 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am
Ethics for Professional Engineers @ Werner Electric - Appleton | Appleton | Wisconsin | United States

Engineering is a learned profession that requires dedication, organization, teamwork, and attention to the elements of science, math, communications, and physics. A key element of engineering responsibility is protection of the health, safety and welfare of everyone concerned. In order for an engineer to practice in this field with good character and integrity, the importance and impact of ethics must be understood and maintained.

Professional Engineers, you can fulfill your mandatory 2 PDH requirements in the area of professional conduct and ethics for the by July 31, 2018 license renewal deadline. Join Werner Electric on July 24, 2018, to satisfy your mandatory ethics training requirements. This inexpensive seminar will satisfy the 2 PDH ethics requirements and 2 of the 13 mandatory hours of traditional classroom instructor-led training.

This presentation will highlight the various elements and importance of ethical behavior in the engineering field. The class will define engineering, and discuss what is meant by ethics and professional conduct. Key topics include: Conflicts of Interest, Statement of Qualifications, Customer/Employer Confidences, Areas of Practice, Practice Conduct, and State Laws and Statutes.

Specific scenarios and details of how they arise will be discussed. Descriptions of actual ethics violations, examples of improper conduct issues, and consequences which may result from improper execution of engineering projects, will be highlighted.

FTVP: FactoryTalk VantagePoint Configuration and Reporting @ Werner Electric - Appleton Register
Jul 24 @ 8:00 am – Jul 26 @ 4:30 pm
FTVP: FactoryTalk VantagePoint Configuration and Reporting @ Werner Electric - Appleton | Appleton | Wisconsin | United States

 

To register for this training, please contact our GSS Team at gssteam@wernerelectric.com

Course Purpose

In this course, you will learn the various tools used to analyze and display data using FactoryTalk® VantagePoint EMI. The course covers how to use the analysis and reporting tools to create Trends, Excel Reports, and Dashboards. You will have an opportunity to use the Portal and configure it to display content in various ways, including mobile devices. The course also focuses on extending the model in the product and configuring security.Upon completion of the course, you will be able to utilize many tools and techniques for the display, analysis, and reporting of data using FactoryTalk VantagePoint EMI. Click here to see the full course brochure!

Who Should Attend

Developers or engineers who will work with FactoryTalk VantagePoint EMI applications and need to view, analyze and create reports should attend this course.

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, familiarity with the following is helpful, but not required:
•  Microsoft SQL Server 2008
•  Microsoft Office Excel 2010
•  ControlLogix® and FactoryTalk products and terminology

PowerFlex Workbench – Morning Session @ Werner Electric - Appleton Register
Jul 24 @ 8:00 am – 11:30 am
PowerFlex Workbench - Morning Session @ Werner Electric - Appleton | Appleton | Wisconsin | United States

This session will cover: A New Spin on VFD Configuration with PF527 & Studio 5000, Programming a PF525 & PF753 with Connected Components Workbench & Studio 5000, Manual Programming PF525/PF753, Intro to Motion Programming with PF755 on Ethernet I/P, Time-saving Automatic Device Configuration with Firmware Supervisor, and KnowledgeBase Software. We will also have lab time to familiarize yourself with PF525, PF753, or PF755. Click here to view the full flyer!

For an additional cost of $250.00, you may add on the PowerFlex Promotion:

  • PowerFlex 523 or 525 120V 1/2 HP Unit
  • 600V Ethernet Cable (1585J-M8HBJM-2)
  • 1203-USB
  • Training
  • One time use discount to purchase any PF523, PF525, PF753, or PF755 for up to one year from training date

This promotion is valid for Non-RA Drives or current AB Drives customers with a conversion project. Please contact  your Werner Electric Account Manager or Drive Specialists for more details.

Lunch will be provided.

PowerFlex Workbench – Afternoon Session @ Werner Electric - Appleton Register
Jul 24 @ 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm
PowerFlex Workbench - Afternoon Session @ Werner Electric - Appleton | Appleton | Wisconsin | United States

This session will cover: A New Spin on VFD Configuration with PF527 & Studio 5000, Programming a PF525 & PF753 with Connected Components Workbench & Studio 5000, Manual Programming PF525/PF753, Intro to Motion Programming with PF755 on Ethernet I/P, Time-saving Automatic Device Configuration with Firmware Supervisor, and KnowledgeBase Software. We will also have lab time to familiarize yourself with PF525, PF753, or PF755. Click here to view the full flyer!

For an additional cost of $250.00, you may add on the PowerFlex Promotion:

  • PowerFlex 523 or 525 120V 1/2 HP Unit
  • 600V Ethernet Cable (1585J-M8HBJM-2)
  • 1203-USB
  • Training
  • One time use discount to purchase any PF523, PF525, PF753, or PF755 for up to one year from training date

This promotion is valid for Non-RA Drives or current AB Drives customers with a conversion project. Please contact  your Werner Electric Account Manager or Drive Specialists for more details.

Lunch will be provided.

Jul
30
Mon
EtherNet/IP Introduction @ Werner Electric - Green Bay Register
Jul 30 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
EtherNet/IP Introduction @ Werner Electric - Green Bay | Green Bay | Wisconsin | United States

The EtherNet/IP for Industrial Automation Control Systems class covers the design and troubleshooting of an EtherNet/IP network in a Logix based control system including fundamentals of EtherNet, design of media and infrastructure, capacity calculations and configuration of Stratix switches. The student will progress through various network scenarios from a simple unmanaged star, a Device Level Ring, multiple VLAN’s, VLAN trunking, inter-VLAN routing, Network Address Translation (NAT), and DHCP. The importance and use of techniques for segmenting an EtherNet/IP network will be discussed. The class will also cover various techniques for troubleshooting an EtherNet/IP network. No experience with EtherNet/IP networking is expected, but some familiarity with Windows, RSLogix 5000 and RSLinx is recommended.

Jul
31
Tue
Logix 5000 Introduction (FULL) @ Werner Electric - Appleton Register
Jul 31 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Logix 5000 Introduction (FULL) @ Werner Electric - Appleton | Appleton | Wisconsin | United States

The Logix 5000 Intro class is geared towards electricians, operators, and maintenance personnel who need a quick overview or brief refresher on the basic components of the ControlLogix and CompactLogix platforms. The class includes RSLinx configuration, controller online activation, programming bit logic, and performing online edits. The class covers the entire Logix platform including both hardware and programming software. No previous Logix experience is required.