This class will cover the foundations of using Factory Talk View Studio Machine Edition to program a PanelView Plus 7 terminal. Students will learn to configure communications with Logix Programmable Controllers, configure project settings, create and edit displays, create tags, browse controller tags, global objects, global connections, trending, data logging, alarms, and animations. Basic Logix 5000 knowledge is preferred but not required. No Factory Talk View Studio experience is required.
CE Hours: 14
Learn what causes arc flash, reasons for performing an arc flash analysis, NFPA70E and OSHA regulations and standards, the steps and skills necessary to recognize electrical safety hazards, and information required for accurately performing an arc flash analysis. You will learn: what causes an arc flash, regulations and standards, steps required to perform an arc flash hazards analysis, methods to reduce arc flash, arc blast, and shock hazards, plus much more!
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.
This class is designed for those with little to no PLC experience. The instructor teaches basics in connecting to and diagnosing MicroLogix, SLC, CompactLogix, and ControlLogix controllers. Focus will be placed on finding module and processor faults, as well as the resources needed to understand such errors.
CE Hours: 14
The Connected Components Workbench Intro class is designed to explain the basics of how to be successful with the CCW programming environment. This class starts with an overview of the products which the software configures; such as Micro800 controllers, PanelView 800 displays, and PowerFlex drives. It continues hands on programming labs for the Micro810 and Micro850 controllers. No previous experience with programmable controllers or the CCW software is required.
Lunch will be provided.
Please register by 11/16/2018.
After you complete this course, you should be able to:
• Describe Cisco Industrial Ethernet (IE) Switches, Cisco Connected Grid™ Switches and Routers, and Rockwell Automation® Stratix™ Switches
• Interpret designs and drawings, recognize industrial topologies, and access reference materials
• Identify industrial network component installation requirements
• Configure industrial network components
• Perform basic maintenance tasks
• Troubleshoot common network and control issues
You will meet these objectives through hands-on practice using remotely-located equipment. You will interact with the equipment using four networking tools:
• Command line interface
• Device Manager
• Cisco Network Assistant
• Cisco Configuration Professional
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for IT and operations technology (OT) professionals and control engineers who will be involved with the configuration, operation, and support of networked industrial products and solutions for the following industries:
• Process control
• Oil and gas
• Other industries as applicable
The knowledge and skills that you must have before attending this course include a college degree or non-degreed qualified technician with 2-3 years experience in industrial networks. Because of the hands-on nature of the course, you should be familiar with command line and web-based interfaces. Also, you should have a solid understanding of networking and industrial protocols which you can achieve through any of the following courses:
Cisco Electronic Learning & Training (ELT) located on the Cisco Learning Network website:
• Networking Fundamentals for Industrial Control Systems (INICS)
• Industrial Control Systems Fundamentals for Network Engineers (ICINS)
Rockwell Automation located on the Training Services website:
• Essentials of Industrial Networks for an OT Professional (CCP182)
• Essentials of Industrial Automation for an IT Professional (CCP810)
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
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
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.