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D4313 700XA Gas Chromatograph 0 In-Class
Hands-on Learning That Explains the Chromatograph, How it Operates, and What it Does to Analyze Natural Gas 700 XA Chromatograph Hardware Installation and Operation of MON2020 Software Dual Detector Applications (C9+) and the Hydrocarbon Dew Point Calculation Identifying Problems, Setting Timed Events, Preparing Samples, and Implementing Preventative Maintenance Procedures Troubleshooting Spare Parts and Service Tools
This 5-day course is appropriate for those who have worked with a chromatograph for at least six months or completed the 'Introduction to Gas Chromatographs' coursee. It prepares participants to operate and repair the new Danalyzer 700XA gas chromatograph for natural gas applications and will focus on the improvements in analyzer design and the new MON 2020 diagnostics and configuration software.
2328 848 Fieldbus Temperature Transmitter 0.7 In-Class
848T Overview and Principles of Operation nbsp FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus Overview nbsp Fieldbus Wiring Fieldbus Segment Design nbsp Fieldbus Function Blocks (including the MAI, and ISEL Blocks) nbsp Test Equipment Selection nbsp Sensor Selection and Wiring nbsp Bench Testing the 848T Fieldbus Transmitters nbsp Field Communicator Operation nbsp Digital Trims/Calibration nbsp Installation and Start-Up nbsp Troubleshooting and Maintenance nbsp   Note This product is also included in the 4 day 2370 Fieldbus Course.
Knowledge of basic temperature fundamentals and temperature instrumentation.
This 1-day course uses lectures and labs to maximize the hands on experiences and teach the student how to install, configure, troubleshoot, and maintain the Rosemount Model 848T Fieldbus Temperature Transmitters.   The student will also learn the operation of the Field Communicator. Students who complete this course will be able to nbsp   explain the principles of operation of the 848T nbsp configure, calibrate, and test the 848T Fieldbus temperature transmitter using the Field Communicator nbsp design and build a Fieldbus segment nbsp properly install and troubleshoot the 848T Fieldbus Transmitter nbsp  
2102 951C Chemiluminescence Analyzer 0 In-Class
951C Overview and Principles of Operation Test Equipment Selection Bench Testing the 951C nbsp Calibrating the 951C Chemiluminescence Analyzer Installation and Start-Up Troubleshooting and Maintenance  
This 1-day course uses lectures and hands on service training to instruct the student on how to install and maintain the Rosemount Analytical Model 951C Chemiluminescence Analyzer. Students will nbsp identify subassemblies and explain their functionality explain the principles of operation calibrate and test properly install and troubleshoot
2307 3051 Fieldbus Pressure Transmitter 0.7 In-Class
3051 Overview and Principles of Operation FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus Overview Fieldbus Wiring/Segment Design/Function Blocks Test Equipment Selection nbsp Bench Testing 3051 Fieldbus Transmitter nbsp Field Communicator Operation nbsp Digital Trims/Calibration nbsp Installation and Start-Up nbsp Troubleshooting and Maintenance   Note Product is also part of course 2370.
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals and pressure instrumentation.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3051 Fieldbus Pressure Transmitter.   This 1-day course uses lectures and labs to maximize the hands on experiences and teach the student how to install and maintain the Rosemount Model 3051 Fieldbus Pressure Transmitter. The student will also learn the operation of the Field Communicator. Students who complete this course will be able to nbsp   identify 3051 parts and functionality nbsp explain the principles of operation of the 3051 design and build a Fieldbus segment nbsp configure, test, and calibrate the 3051 Fieldbus Pressure Transmitters using the 375 Communicator nbsp properly install and troubleshoot the 3051 Fieldbus Transmitter nbsp  
2305 3051 Smart Pressure Transmitter 0.7 In-Class
Smart and Analog Transmitters 3051 Overview and Principles of Operation Test Equipment Selection Bench Testing the 3051 Smart Transmitter Field Communicator Digital Trims/Calibration Installation and Start-up Troubleshooting and Maintenance   Note This product is also included in the 2-day course 2329.
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals and pressure instrumentation.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3051 Smart Pressure Transmitter.   This 1-day course uses lectures and labs to teach the student how to install, configure, calibrate and maintain the Rosemount Model 3051 Smart Pressure Transmitter. The student will also learn the operation of the Field Communicator. Students will   explain the differences between Smart amp Analog transmitters identify 3051 parts and functionality explain the principles of operation of the 3051 configure, calibrate and test 3051 Smart Pressure Transmitters using the Field Communicator or AMS Device Manager properly install/ troubleshoot the 3051 Smart transmitter
2398 3051C Smart Pressure Transmitter and 3144P Temperature Transmitter 0.7 In-Class
Smart and Analog Transmitters Overview and Principles of Operation Test Equipment Selection Bench Testing the 3051C amp 3144P Smart Transmitter Field Communicator Operation Digital Trims/Calibration Installation and Start-up Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals and pressure instrumentation.
This condensed course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance of the Rosemount 3051C Smart Pressure Transmitter, and 3144P Smart Temperature Transmitter.   This 1-day course uses lectures and labs to teach the student how to install, configure, calibrate and maintain the Rosemount 3051 Pressure Transmitter, and 3144P Temperature Transmitters.   The student will also learn the operation of the Field Communicator. Students will explain the differences between Smart amp Analog transmitters identify transmitter parts and functionality explain the principles of operation of the 3051C amp 3144P transmitters configure, calibrate and test the 3051C nbsp amp 3144P Smart Transmitters using the Field Communicator properly install amp troubleshoot the 3051 amp 3144P Smart transmitters
2308ER 3051S Electronic Remote Sensors System 0.7 In-Class
DP Level Technology ERS Technology ERS Overview and Principles of Operation ERS / DP Level Installation ERS Wiring ERS Configuration with AMS Device Manager and the Field Communicator ERS Module Assignments ERS Scaled Variable Bench Testing the ERS System ERS Zero Trims and Calibration Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Knowledge of basic Pressure, and DP Level fundamentals amp instrumentation.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration, troubleshooting and maintenance of the Rosemount 3051S Electronic Remote Sensors (ERS) System.   This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to maximize the hands on experience and teach the student how to install, configure, calibrate, maintain, and troubleshoot the Rosemount 3051S ERS System. Students who complete this course will   Identify transmitter parts and explain their functionality Identify 3051S ERS Hi amp Lo Sensors Explain the principles of operation of the ERS System Configure and test the ERS system use AMS Device Manager and the Field Communicator Perform Zero Trims and Calibrate the ERS Sensors Properly install amp troubleshoot the 3051S ERS System
2308 3051S Smart Pressure Transmitter 0.7 In-Class
Digital Trims/Calibration Troubleshooting and Maintenance 3051S Overview/Principles of Operation 3051S Installation amp Options Test Equipment Selection Configure amp Bench Testing the 3051S Smart Transmitter Configure and Test the 3051S Advanced Features nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp - Alarm amp Saturation Levels, Alarm Direction, Write Protection, nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp - Process Alerts, Scaled Variable   Select a global region for date, location nbsp
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals and pressure instrumentation.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3051S Smart Pressure Transmitter.   This 1-day course uses lectures and labs to maximize the hands on experiences and teach the student how to install, configure, calibrate, troubleshoot, and maintain the Rosemount Model 3051S Smart Pressure Transmitter. The student will also learn the operation of the Field Communicator. Students who complete this course will be able to nbsp   identify 3051S parts and functionality explain the principles of operation of the 3051S configure and test the 3051S Smart Pressure Transmitters using the Field Communicator or AMS properly install, configure, calibrate, and troubleshoot the 3051S Smart transmitter
2308 MV 3051SMV Multi-Variable Flow 0.7 In-Class
DP Flow Fundamentals Overview and Principles of Operation Test Equipment Selection Temperature Sensor Wiring Bench Testing the Smart Transmitters 3051SMV Engineering Assistant Software Operation of the Field Communicator and AMS Device Manager Digital Trims/Calibration Installation and Start-Up Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Knowledge of basic Pressure, and DP Flow fundamentals amp instrumentation.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance of the Rosemount 3051SMV Transmitter.   This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to maximize the hands on experience and teach the student how to install, configure, calibrate and maintain the Rosemount Model 3051SMV Smart nbsp Flow Transmitter. Students who complete this course will   nbsp identify transmitter parts and explain their functionality nbsp explain the principles of operation of the transmitter nbsp configure and test using the Field Communicator, AMS, and the 3051SMV Engineering nbsp Assistant software nbsp configure the compensated flow parameters using the 3051SMV Engineering Assistant nbsp Software nbsp properly install amp troubleshoot the 3051SMV transmitter
2342 3095FT Flow Transmitter 0.7 In-Class
Electronic Flow Measurement Applications 3095FT Flow Transmitter Overview Multivariable Sensor Module and Electronics Module Flow Calculation and Data Logging Test Equipment Selection Configuring and Calibrating with the 3095FT User Interface Software Remote Power Supply Installation of 3095FT Flow Transmitters Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Basic computer skills and knowledge of flow fundamentals.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation and maintenance of the Rosemount Smart Flowmeter System. nbsp   This 1-day course uses lectures and labs to teach the student how to install and maintain the Rosemount Model 3095FT Flow Transmitter.The student will also learn the operation and interface capabilities of the Rosemount Model 3095FT User Interface Software. Students who complete this will nbsp   explain EFM devices identify 3095FT parts/explain functionality explain the principles of operation of the multivariable sensor module properly install the Model 3095FT Smart Flow Transmitter configure and calibrate the Model 3095FT with the 3095FT User Interface Software identify transmitter flow calculation methods and identify audit trail data logs troubleshoot and maintain the Rosemount 3095FT Flow Transmitter
2343 3095MV Multi-Variable Transmitters 0.7 In-Class
DP Flow Fundamentals Overview and Principles of Operation Test Equipment Selection Temperature Sensor Wiring Bench Testing the Smart Transmitters AMS Device Manager with the 3095MV Engineering Assistant Snap-On Software Operation of the Field Communicator and AMS Device Manager Digital Trims/Calibration Installation and Start-Up Troubleshooting and Maintenance Configure/Wire/Setup the HART Tri-Loop   Note This product is also included in course 2327.
Knowledge of basic pressure and temperature fundamentals/instrumentation.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation and maintenance of the Rosemount 3095 MV Transmitter.   This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to teach the student how to install, configure, calibrate and maintain the Rosemount Model 3095MV Smart Transmitters. The student will also learn the operation and interface capabilities of the Field Communicator. Students who complete this course will   identify transmitter parts and explain their functionality explain the principles of operation of the transmitter configure and test using the Field Communicator and the 3095MV Engineering Assistant Snap-On software configure the compensated flow parameters using AMS Device Manager with the 3095MV Engineering Assistant Snap-On Software properly install/troubleshoot transmitters  
2324 3144P Fieldbus Temperature Transmitters 0.7 In-Class
3144P Overview and Principles of Operation nbsp FOUNDATION™ fieldbus Overview Fieldbus Wiring Fieldbus Segment Design nbsp Fieldbus Function Blocks Test Equipment Selection nbsp Sensor Selection and Wiring nbsp Bench Testing 3144P Fieldbus Transmitters nbsp Field Communicator Operation nbsp Digital Trims/Calibration nbsp Installation and Start-Up nbsp Troubleshooting and Maintenance nbsp   Note Product is also part of 2370 course.
Knowledge of basic temperature fundamentals and temperature instrumentation.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3144P Fieldbus Temperature Transmitters.   This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to maximize the hands on experiences and teach the student how to install, configure, calibrate, troubleshoot, and maintain the Rosemount Model 3144P Fieldbus Temperature Transmitters. The student will also learn the operation of the Field Communicator. Students who complete this course will be able to nbsp   identify 3144P parts and explain their functionality nbsp explain principles of operation of the 3144P nbsp design and build a Fieldbus segment nbsp configure, calibrate, and test 3144P Fieldbus Temperature transmitters using the Field Communicator nbsp properly install and troubleshoot the 3144P Fieldbus Transmitters  
2321 3144P Temperature Transmitters 0.7 In-Class
3144P Overview and Principles of Operation Test Equipment Selection Sensor Selection and Wiring Bench Testing the 3144P Smart Transmitters Field Communicator Operation Digital Trims/Calibration 3144P Dual Sensor Setup and Configuration Installation and Start-Up Troubleshooting and Maintenance   Note This product is also included in the 2-day course 2329.
Knowledge of basic temperature fundamentals and temperature instrumentation.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3144P Smart Temperature Transmitters.   This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to teach the student how to install, configure, calibrate and maintain the Rosemount Model 3144P Smart Temperature Transmitters. The student will also learn the operation and interface capabilities of the Field Communicator. Students who complete this course will   identify 3144P parts/explain functionality explain the principles of operation of the 3144P configure, calibrate and test 3144P Smart Temperature Transmitters using the Field Communicator or AMS properly install and troubleshoot the 3144P Smart Transmitters
2332 3300 Guided Wave Radar Level Transmitter 0.7 In-Class
3300 Overview/Principles of Operation nbsp Installation of the 3300 GWR Configuration of the 3300 GWR Bench Testing the 3300 GWR nbsp 375 Communicator Operation AMS Device Manager Operation Radar Configuration Tools (RCT) Software Operation nbsp Calibration, Verification and Adjustments Troubleshooting and Maintenance nbsp Troubleshooting and Reading Tank Graphs Using RCT Software Note 3300 GWR is also included in the 3-day Level course #2333   3300 Guided Wave Radar Level Transmitter nbsp
Knowledge of basic level and interface fundamentals and instrumentation.
This course is for those individuals responsible for the installation/maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3300 Series Guided Wave Radar (GWR) Level amp Interface Transmitters.   This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to maximize the hands on experience and teach the student how to install, configure, calibrate, troubleshoot and maintain the Rosemount Model 3300 GWR Level amp Interface Transmitters. Students who complete this course will be able to   explain the principles of operation of the 3301/3302 GWR identify 3301/3302 parts and explain their functionality understand the available probe options and when each should be used properly install the 3301/3302 GWR configure and test the 3301/3302 GWR nbsp properly troubleshoot the 3301/3302 GWR transmitter using RCT software nbsp
2337H 5300 Series HART Radar Level Transmitter 0.7 In-Class
5300 Overview and Principles of Operation nbsp Installation of the 5300 GWR nbsp Wiring the 5300 GWR nbsp Configuration of the 5300 GWR nbsp Bench Testing the 5300 GWR nbsp Field Communicator Operation AMS Software Operation nbsp Radar Master Software Operation nbsp Troubleshooting and Maintenance nbsp Tank amp Application Troubleshooting and Echo Handling using Radar Master Software   Note 5300 Hart Radar Level transmitter is also included in the 3 day Level course # 2333  
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals and instrumentation.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 5300 High Performance Guided Wave Radar (GWR) Series HART Radar Level Transmitter.   This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to maximize the hands on experience and teach the student how to install, configure, troubleshoot and maintain the Rosemount Model 5300 Series HART Radar Level Transmitters. Students who complete this course will be able to nbsp   explain the principles of operation of the 5300 GWR nbsp identify 5300 GWR parts and explain their functionality understand the available probe options and when each should be used properly install and wire the 5300 GWR nbsp configure and test the 5300 GWR nbsp understand how to setup the 5300 GWR to work in different applications nbsp properly troubleshoot the 5300 GWR Transmitter and Installation using Radar Master software nbsp
2336H 5400 Series HART Radar Level Transmitter 0.7 In-Class
5400 Overview and Principles of Operation nbsp Installation of the 5400 Radar Wiring the 5400 Radar Configuration of the 5400 Radar Bench Testing the 5400 Radar 375 Communicator Operation AMS Device Manager Operation Radar Master Software Operation nbsp Troubleshooting and Maintenance nbsp Tank amp Application Troubleshooting and Echo Handling using Radar Master Software   Note This product is also included in the 3 day Level course 2333.
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals and instrumentation.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 5400 Series HART Radar Level Transmitter.   This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to maximize the hands on experience and teach the student how to install, configure, troubleshoot and maintain the Rosemount Model 5400 Series HART Radar Level Transmitters.   Students who complete this course will be able to nbsp   explain the principles of operation of the 5400 Radar identify 5400 Radar parts and explain their functionality properly install and wire the 5400 Radar configure and test the 5400 Radar nbsp understand how to setup the 5400 Radar to work in different applications nbsp properly troubleshoot the 5400 Radar Transmitter and the Installation using Radar Master software
2334F 5600 Series Fieldbus Radar Level Transmitter 0.7 In-Class
5600 Overview and Principles of Operation nbsp Installation of the 5600 Radar nbsp Fieldbus Overview nbsp Fieldbus Wiring amp Segment Design nbsp Fieldbus Function Blocks nbsp Wire, Configure, and Test the 5600 Radar nbsp 2210 LOI / Display Operation nbsp 375 Communicator Operation nbsp Radar Master Software Operation nbsp Troubleshooting and Maintenance nbsp Tank amp Application Troubleshooting and Echo Handling using Radar Master Software   Note This product is also included in the 4-day Fieldbus course 2370.  
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals and instrumentation.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 5600 Series Fieldbus Radar Level Transmitter.   This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to maximize the hands on experience and teach the student how to install, configure, troubleshoot and maintain the Rosemount Model 5600 Series Fieldbus Radar Level Transmitters. Students who complete this course will be able to   explain the principles of operation of the 5600 Radar nbsp identify 5600 Radar parts and explain their functionality nbsp design and build a Fieldbus segment nbsp properly install and wire the 5600 Radar nbsp configure and test the 5600 Radar nbsp understand how to setup the 5600 Radar to work in different applications nbsp properly troubleshoot the 5600 Radar Transmitter using Radar Master software
2334H 5600 Series HART Radar Level Transmitter 0.7 In-Class
5600 Overview and Principles of Operation nbsp Installation of the 5600 Radar nbsp Wiring the 5600 Radar nbsp Configuration of the 5600 Radar nbsp Bench Testing the 5600 Radar nbsp 2210 LOI / Display Operation nbsp Field Communicator Operation nbsp AMS Device Manager Operation Radar Master Software Operation nbsp Troubleshooting and Maintenance nbsp Tank amp Application Troubleshooting nbsp Echo Handling using Radar Master nbsp Software   Note This product is also included in the 3-day Level course 2333.
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals and instrumentation. nbsp
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 5600 Series HART Radar Level Transmitter.   This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to maximize the hands on experience and teach the student how to install, configure, troubleshoot and maintain the Rosemount Model 5600 Series HART Radar Level Transmitters. Students who complete this course will be able to explain the principles of operation of the 5600 Radar identify 5600 Radar parts and explain their functionality nbsp properly install and wire the 5600 Radar nbsp configure and test the 5600 Radar nbsp understand how to setup the 5600 Radar to work in different applications nbsp properly troubleshoot the 5600 Radar Transmitter using Radar Master software
2339SM 8700 Series Smart Magnetic Flowmeter Short Course 0.4 In-Class
Magnetic Flowmeter System nbsp Smart vs. Analog Transmitters nbsp Flow Tube Selection nbsp Configuring Using LOI and AMS Device nbsp Manager nbsp Local Operator Interface Functions nbsp Positive Zero Return nbsp Auxiliary Functions and Special Units nbsp Signal Conditioning nbsp System Troubleshooting and Maintenance nbsp Bench Testing/Digital Trims nbsp Process Noise and Grounding Diagnostics nbsp Meter Verification Diagnostics
Some prior experience working with Rosemount Magnetic Flowmeters meters is recommended. However students with no past experience can also benefit. For all attendees, it is assumed they have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog amp frequency signal processing.
This course is intended as a refresher course for anyone that is involved with properly configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic Flowmeter. nbsp Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers. nbsp This class is also intended to be taught as two, 1/2 day repeat sessions to accommodate customers who need to train their entire department but must also maintain the operation of their plant by scheduling their employees between an AM/PM sessions. nbsp   This 1/2 -day field class is a condensed version of the 2340 course briefly reviewing the theory of operation, meter components and installation. nbsp The focus of the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and troubleshooting of the 8700 Magnetic metering system composed of the Model 8712 and 8732 Transmitters and the 8705 Flanged and 8711 Wafer Sensors. nbsp The students will learn the operation and capabilities of the Local Operator interface amp HC475 and how to use these tools to perform configuration. Common issues encountered and troubleshooting techniques will also be covered. nbsp  
2340A 8700 Series Smart Magnetic Flowmeter with AMS Device Manager 0.7 In-Class
Magnetic Flowmeter System Smart vs. Analog Transmitters Flow Tube Selection Configuring Using LOI and AMS Device Manager Local Operator Interface Functions Positive Zero Return Auxiliary Functions and Special Units Signal Conditioning System Troubleshooting and Maintenance Bench Testing/Digital Trims Process Noise and Grounding Diagnostics Meter Verification Diagnostics
None required. nbsp However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog and frequency signal processing are assumed.
This course is intended for anyone that is involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic flowmeter. nbsp Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers. nbsp This 1-day course consists of a blend of lectures and hands-on exercises that cover how to install, configure, and maintain the Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic Flowmeter Systems composed of the Model 8712 and 8732 Transmitters and the 8705 Flanged and 8711 Wafer Sensors. nbsp The students will learn the operation and capabilities of the Local Operator Interface and AMS Device Manager and how to use these tools to perform configuration. Common issues encountered and troubleshooting techniques will also be covered.
2340 8700 Series Smart Magnetic Flowmeter with HC475 0.7 In-Class
Magnetic Flowmeter System Smart vs. Analog Transmitters Flow Tube Selection Configuring Using LOI, Field Communicator or AMS Device Manager Local Operator Interface Functions Positive Zero Return Auxiliary Functions and Special Units Signal Conditioning System Troubleshooting and Maintenance Bench Testing/Digital Trims Process Noise and Grounding Diagnostics Meter Verification Diagnostics
Knowledge of basic flow fundamentals and instrumentation.
This course is intended for anyone that is involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic flowmeter. nbsp Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.   This 1-day course consists of a blend of lectures and hands-on exercises that cover how to install, configure, and maintain the Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic Flowmeter Systems composed of the Model 8712 and 8732 Transmitters and the 8705 Flanged and 8711 Wafer Sensors. The students will learn the operation and capabilities of the Local OperatorInterface and HC475 Field Communicator and how to use these tools to perform configuration.Common issues encountered and nbsp troubleshooting techniques will also be covered.
2339SV 8800 Series Smart Vortex Flowmeter Short Course 0 In-Class
Explain the Differences and Capabilities of the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex Flowmeters Explain the von Karman Effect and Principles of Operation of Vortex Flowmeters Identify Vortex Parts and Explain Functionality Configure and Test Transmitters using the AMS Device Manager Properly Install and Troubleshoot the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex Flowmeter System
Some prior experience working with Micro Rosemount Vortex Flowmeters meters is recommended. However students with no past experience can also benefit if their learning objectives are to get a basic introduction to operation, installation, configuration and troubleshooting. For all attendees, it is assumed they have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog amp frequency signal processing.
This class is intended as a refresher course for anyone that is involved with properly configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount 8800 Series Smart Vortex Flowmeter. nbsp Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers. nbsp This class is also intended to be taught as two, ½ day repeat sessions to accommodate customers who need to train their entire department but must also maintain the operation of their plant by scheduling their employees between an AM/PM sessions. This 1/2 -day field class is a condensed version of the 2341 course briefly reviewing the theory of operation, meter components and installation. nbsp The focus of the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and troubleshooting of the 8800 Vortex metering system. nbsp The students will learn the operation and capabilities of the Local Operator interface amp HC475 and how to use these tools to perform configuration. Common issues encountered and troubleshooting techniques will also be covered.
2341A 8800 Series Smart Vortex Flowmeter with AMS Device Manager 0.7 In-Class
Explain the Differences and Capabilities of the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex Flowmeters Explain the von Karman Effect and Principlesof Operation of Vortex Flowmeters Identify Vortex Parts and Explain Functionality Configure and Test Transmitters using the AMS Device Manager Properly Install and Troubleshoot the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex Flowmeter System
None required. However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog amp frequency signal processing are assumed.
This course is intended for anyone that is involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic flowmeter. nbsp Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers. nbsp   This 1-day course consists of a blend of lectures and hands-on exercises that cover how to install, configure, and maintain the Rosemount 8800 Series Smart Vortex flowmeter systems. The students will learn the operation and capabilities of the Local Operator Interface amp AMS Device Manager and how to use these tools to perform configuration. Common issues encountered and troubleshooting techniques will also be covered. nbsp
2341 8800 Series Smart Vortex Flowmeter with HC475 0.7 In-Class
Explain the Differences and Capabilities of the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex Flowmeters Explain the von Karman Effect and the Principles of Operation of Vortex Flowmeters. Identify Vortex Parts and Explain Functionality Configure and Test Transmitters using Field Communicator or AMS Device Manager Properly Install and Troubleshoot the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex Flowmeter System
None required. nbsp However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog amp frequency signal processing are assumed. nbsp
This course is intended for anyone that is involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic flowmeter. nbsp Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.   This 1-day course consists of a blend of lectures and hands-on exercises that cover how to install, configure, and maintain the Rosemount 8800 Series Smart Vortex flowmeter systems. nbsp The students will learn the operation and capabilities of the Local Operator Interface and HC475 Field Communicator and how to use these tools to perform configuration. Common issues encountered and troubleshooting nbsp techniques will also be covered.
R4315 Advanced 700XA Gas Chromatographs 3.2 In-Class
Setting Valve Timing, Troubleshooting Hardware, Understanding Mixture Adjustments for FID/FPD, Setting Timed Events, Reviewing Liquid Sample Injection, Reviewing Sample System Techniques, Performing Calibration and Accuracy Checks, Recovering GC After Analysis Interruption, Starting Up and Overhauling the GC.
'R4213 or R4214 'Operation and Maintenance of XA' courses
This 5 day course equips students with a full understanding of many advanced techniques used in process gas chromatography. nbsp An experienced instructor and focused material enable students to troubleshot a variety of field issues.
R4316 Advanced 1500XA Gas Chromatographs 3.2 In-Class
Setting Valve Timing, Troubleshooting Hardware, Understanding Mixture Adjustments for FID/FPD, Setting Timed Events, Reviewing Liquid Sample Injection, Reviewing Sample System Techniques, Performing Calibration and Accuracy Checks, Recovering GC After Analysis Interruption, Starting Up and Overhauling the GC.
'R4213 or R4214 'Operation and Maintenance of XA' courses
This 5 day course equips students with a full understanding of many advanced techniques used in process gas chromatography. nbsp An experienced instructor and focused material enable students to troubleshot a variety of field issues.
2070 Advanced AMS™ Suite Machinery Health Manager 2.8 In-Class
• Advanced analysis features in Vibration Analysis Module • Problem reporting • Status-at-a-Glance operation and reporting • Nspectr® • Wizard - reporting techniques and modification/addition of setup information • Austostat • Database Utility • Database Zip Utility • Network Administration • Data Locker Management This course is based on the current mass release of the AMS Machinery Manager software. Students can call to verify if the course is appropriate to the version they are using. Infrared Analysis, Motorview, CSI On-line Machinery Health Monitor and Oilview modules are covered in other course offerings and are not part of this course.
Intermediate Vibration (course #2032) or one year vibration analysis experience are recommended. Experience with the Windows operating system is recommended.
This 4-day course is the third in our series of AMS Machinery Manager courses. Its focus is on the management, modification and optimization of the existing AMS Machinery Manager database. Students will learn how to modify existing Wizard configurations, add and edit users, statistically adjust alert and fault levels, make global database changes, and many other very useful database functions. This course is intended for the advanced user who has already created a machinery database and has been acquiring, storing and analyzing data for six months or more.
2070V Advanced AMS™ Suite Machinery Health Manager Virtual Classroom 2.8 Virtual
• Advanced analysis features in Vibration Analysis Module • Problem reporting • Status-at-a-Glance operation and reporting • Nspectr® • Wizard - reporting techniques and modification/addition of setup information • Austostat • Database Utility • Database Zip Utility • Network Administration • Data Locker Management This course is based on the current mass release of the AMS Machinery Manager software. Students can call to verify if the course is appropriate to the version they are using. Infrared Analysis, Motorview, CSI On-line Machinery Health Monitor and Oilview modules are covered in other course offerings and are not part of this course.
Intermediate Vibration (course #2032) or one year vibration analysis experience are recommended. Experience with the Windows operating system is recommended.
This 4-day course is the third in our series of AMS Machinery Manager courses. Its focus is on the management, modification and optimization of the existing AMS Machinery Manager database. Students will learn how to modify existing Wizard configurations, add and edit users, statistically adjust alert and fault levels, make global database changes, and many other very useful database functions. This course is intended for the advanced user who has already created a machinery database and has been acquiring, storing and analyzing data for six months or more.
2091 Advanced CSI 2130 2.1 In-Class
• PeakVue™ Technology • Resonance Detection • Dual channel data collection • Fundamentals of cross-channel data collection • Introduction to coherence and cross-channel phase • Orbit data collection • Introduction to Operating Deflection Shape (ODS) testing methods • Introduction to modal analysis testing methods • Advanced two-channel DLP • Zoom Analysis, Cascade, and Overall • Transient time waveform capture and analysis • CSI 2130 Analysis Experts
Single channel vibration analysis experience is required.
This 3-day course is intended for personnel with single-channel vibration analysis experience and little or no multi-channel experience. This class covers advanced signal processing using Emerson's patented PeakVue™ technology for slow-speed analysis, coherence and cross-channel phase, operating deflection shapes (ODS), modal analysis, and other advanced techniques.
2094 Advanced CSI 2140 2.1 In-Class
• PeakVue™ technology • Resonance Detection • Dual channel data collection • Fundamentals of cross-channel data collection • Introduction to coherence and cross-channel phase • Orbit data collection • Introduction to Operating Deflection Shape (ODS) testing methods • Introduction to modal analysis testing methods • Advanced two-channel DLP • Zoom Analysis, Cascade, and Overall • Transient time waveform capture and analysis • CSI 2140 Analysis Experts
Single channel vibration analysis experience is required.
This 3-day course is intended for personnel with single-channel vibration analysis experience and little or no multi-channel experience. This class covers advanced signal processing using Emerson's patented PeakVue™ technology for slow-speed analysis, coherence and cross-channel phase, operating deflection shapes (ODS), modal analysis, and other advanced techniques.
1428 Advanced FlowScanner Diagnostic Interpretation 1.8 In-Class
Review of Various FlowScanner Tests and Specific Objectives of Each Impact of Test Configuration Errors Data Interpretation from Tests of “Bugged” Valve Assembles Multiple Anomalies Found in Control Valves Exporting Data Generating Quick Reports Interpretation of Difficult Uncovered Control Valve Problems
Course 1427 and a minimum of six months of diagnostic testing with the Flowscanner.
This course is for personnel who are responsible for interpreting plots and other diagnostic data that is acquired with the Fisher FlowScanner. nbsp This course focuses on data interpretation. Data acquisition is taught in Course 1427 . Because of the advanced nature of this class, the prerequisite is strictly enforced. nbsp A pre-test and a control valve awareness test are used to confirm applicant readiness. A brief review of FlowScanner software confirms student familiarity with test setups, pressure and travel channels, and the objectives of all available test procedures. The course is based on a structured combination of lectures and hands-on labs to teach students how to identify problems in control valve assemblies. Emphasis is placed on determining and confirming overall control valve health and condition by examining each of the major components of the assembly I/P, positioner, actuator, and valve body. Report generation and some field tips are also presented. To capitalize on learning from shared experiences, students are encouraged to bring in test data from an interesting scenario or a current problem. Those who complete this course will nbsp     select the appropriate FlowScanner test for a given scenario. understand the impact of scan rates on the appearance and interpretation of acquired data. analyze FlowScanner test data to determine overall control valve health by evaluating the condition of the various components of the assembly. identify multiple anomalies in a single assembly. use FlowScanner functions to generate Quick Reports. learn how to perform a step test on a discrete valve without interrupting power to the valve.      
D4310 Advanced Model 500 Gas Chromatograph 0 In-Class
Process Chromatograph Flow Configurations Overhauling Valves Thermal Conductivity, Flame Ionization and Flame Photometric Detectors Sample, Carrier, and Calibration Gas Systems 2350A Controller Hardware Installing and Using MON Software for Integration and Calculations Setting Timed Events, Retention Times and Response Factor Calculations Start up Procedures Setting Valve Timing and Flows with Different Flow Configurations Checking for Proper Separation and Analyzing Chromatograms Verifying that the Chromatograph is Operating Properly Troubleshooting the Chromatograph and 2350A Controller Configuring Reporting Details and Control Outputs Preventative Maintenance Service Procedures Communications and Modbus Registers Spare Parts and Tools    
Computer operation skills are a prerequisite, along with either three years of chromatography experience or completion of the DMS Operation amp Maintenance of Gas Chromatographs Course.
This 5-day course provides students with an advanced understanding of gas chromatograph operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance. We supply all necessary handouts for the course. Our highly experienced instructor can provide additional insight into your specific applications when you provide your chromatograph sales order number and application information.
D4320 Advanced Natural Gas Orifice Flow Measurement 0 In-Class
Design of Meter Stations Contract Requirements Other Concerns Single Versus Multiple Tubes Design Problems Economics Versus Accuracy Accuracy of Gas Flow Measurement Definition How Obtained New Concepts Influences in Gas Measurement FERC 636 (Government) Economics Standards New Technology New Metering Concepts Computers as Analysis New Devices Ultrasonics Vortex Shedding Coriolis Future Energy Forecasts U.S. Gas Industry World Gas Industry Summary
This 3-day course covers application of metering to natural gas. The course is designed for experienced gas measurement personnel with basic fundamental knowledge of meters and their operation. Coverage of the latest concepts of design and equipment use will be presented to broaden the knowledge of the attendees.
REL005 Advanced Planning Principles 0 In-Class
• Work Request Validation o Demonstrate ability to review and screen work request for necessary content • Work Order Approval o Demonstrate ability to review and screen work orders for necessary content • Job Scoping o Perform job scoping activities to clarify work requirements. Pictorial simulations (storyboards) utilized for site visit, walk down and inspection of work requests • Job Plan Development o Developing Procedures and Instruction Review, build and utilize proper techniques and tools for increasing Planner efficiency o Selecting Craft Labor Identify labor requirements (single or multi-craft) and labor sequence o Performing Time Estimates Build estimates that quantify maintenance resource demand o Identifying Material Requirements What parts are needed? Are they currently available or will they need to be ordered? Can the work be kitted or staged? o nbsp Identifying Reference Material In the absence of proper reference materials, people rely on well-intended assumptions here we learn how to provide appropriate information OEM manuals, diagrams, schematics, pictures, etc. o Identifying Appropriate Equipment and Work Location An element of job scoping Are we working on the right equipment? Do we need further clarification or information for locating the equipment or specifying job tasks? o Selecting Special Tools and Equipment Specify tooling or equipment required to effectively accomplish job plan tasks o Identifying Documentation and Reference Requirements Incorporate qualification and acceptance standards o Developing Post-Maintenance Checks and Completion Testing Requirements Ensure maintenance tasks are completed in accordance with acceptance criteria • Utilizing Craft Comments and Incorporating Feedback Soliciting, reviewing, screening and analyzing craft person’s feedback throughout the process is imperative for creating a dynamic and effective planning function • Explain backlog and compile backlog trend and reports
An intensive, hands-on course designed to simulate real-world situations and teach participants how to effectively execute the planning function. The course duration is four days.
R4311 Advanced Process Gas Chromatographs 700XA 0 In-Class
Setting Valve Timing Hardware Troubleshooting Mixture Adjustments for FID/FPD Proper Setting of Timed Events 700XA Hardware Liquid Sample Injection Review of Sample System Techniques Calibration and Accuracy Checks Recovery of GC After Analysis Interruption GC Startup and Overhaul
Operation and Maintenance of Gas Chromatographs’ course
This 4-day course equips students with a full understanding of many advanced techniques used in process gas chromatography. An experienced instructor and focused material enable students to troubleshoot a variety of field issues.  
R4312 Advanced Process Gas Chromatographs Model 700 and 500 0 In-Class
Setting Valve Timing Hardware Troubleshooting Mixture Adjustments for FID/FPD Proper Setting of Timed Events Overview of Model 700 and 500 Overview of Model 1000A Liquid Sample Injection Review of Sample System Techniques Calibration and Accuracy Checks Recovery of GC After Analysis Interruption GC Startup and Overhaul
Operation and Maintenance of Gas Chromatographs’ course
This 4-day course equips students with a full understanding of many advanced techniques used in process gas chromatography. An experienced instructor and focused material enable students to troubleshoot a variable of field issues.
R4311 Advanced Process Model 500 and 700 Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
• Understanding Chromatograph Flow Configurations • Overhauling Valves • Reviewing Thermal Conductivity, Flame nbsp Ionization, and Flame Photometric Detectors • Understanding Sample/Carrier/Calibration Gas Systems • Working with the 2350A Controller • Installing and Using MON Software for Integration and Calibration • Setting Timed Events, Retention Times, and Response Factor Calculations • Understanding Startup Procedures • Setting Valve Timing and Flows with Different Flow Configurations • Checking for Proper Separation and Analyzing Gas Chromatographs • Verifying Proper Operation of the Gas Chromatograph • Troubleshooting the Chromatograph and 2350A Controller • Configuring Reporting Details and Control Outputs • Conducting Preventative Maintenance • Communicating to Other Devices • Reviewing Spare Parts Recommendations
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course or equivalent knowledge.
This 5-day course is most valuable to those with three years of chromatography experience, or those who have completed the introductory ‘Operation and Maintenance of Gas Chromatographs’ course. Participants will develop an advanced understanding of gas chromatograph operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Training becomes customized when students present application information. Given that data, the experience instructor will look closely at specific applications and offer participants insight.
2033 Advanced Vibration Analysis/Category III Compliant 2.8 In-Class
• Specify appropriate vibration instrumentation hardware and software for both portable and permanently installed systems • Perform spectrum and time waveform analysis under both steady-state and unsteady operating conditions • Establish specifications for vibration levels and acceptance criteria for new machinery • Measure and analyze basic operational deflection shapes (ODS) • Measure and analyze PeakVue™ technology measurements • Slow Speed Technology (SST®) • Zoom Analysis • Transient Techniques • Dual Channel Machinery Analyzer Features • Triggered Data Capture • Resonance Detection
Intermediate Vibration Analysis course and a cumulative three years of field experience are recommended.
This course complies with Category III Vibration Analyst per ISO standard 18436-2 Vibration condition monitoring and diagnostics. This course expands on the subjects covered in the Intermediate Vibration course (Category II), especially in the areas of fault analysis and corrective actions. The class details advanced analysis techniques. The dual channel machinery health analyzer features are introduced including the use of AMS™ Suite Machinery Health Manager Software to set up the advanced analyzer features and the powerful downloadable programs for data collection. The transient machinery health analyzer capabilities are covered such as long-term time waveform. The class covers advanced resonance detection using a variety of testing methods, including triggered data collection.
7020 AMS Device Manager 2.1 In-Class
Completing 3-days of AMS Device Manager hands-on instructor assisted training modules and exercises, provides the quickest route to your productive use of this predictive maintenance application. The training exercises focus on skills required by engineers and technicians, and are based on real-world tasks that most users will encounter on the job. 7020-1 Configuring and Using AMS Device Manager • Viewing and Modifying Devices • Creating a Plant Database Hierarchy and Adding Devices • Using the Field Communicator with AMS Device Manager • Using the AMS Device Manager Browser Functions • Audit Trail • Calibrating Device - Calibration Assistant • Configuring and Monitoring System Alerts 7020-2 System Administration • AMS Device Manager System Overview • Installing an AMS Device Manager Server Plus Standalone • Starting AMS Device Manager for the First Time • Network Communication Interface Setup • AMS Device Manager Database Management • Installing a Distributed System • Installing Device Types from Media 7020-3 SNAP-ON™ Applications • AMS ValveLink® SNAP-ON Application - Basics • MV Engineering Assistant SNAP-ON Application • QuickCheck™ SNAP-ON Application • AMS Device Manager OPC Server and the Matrikon OPC Explorer • AMS Device Manager Web Services • AlertTrack™ SNAP-ON Application • Wireless SNAP-ON Application This instructor assisted course is operated in a hands-on, self-paced environment, which allows the student to work at their individual pace. Training can also be delivered at your plant with the help of our certified instructors. AMS Device Manager modules may be purchased for self-study for $200 each or $510 for all three paper/bound modules. nbsp
7020R AMS Device Manager 2.1 In-Class
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AMS Device Manager course (see 7020)
7039 AMS Device Manager with DeltaV 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
DeltaV and PlantWeb Overview AMS Device Manager Overview Foundation Fieldbus Overview ValveLink SNAP-ON Introduction HART Overview PROCONEX QuickCheck SNAP-ON PROFIBUS Overview PlantWeb Alerts AMS Device Manager User Interface AMS Device Manager Help AMS Device Manager Plant Location Hierarchy AMS Device Manager Browser Monitoring System Alerts with AMS Device Manager PROCONEX AlertTrack SNAP-ON Device Replacement for HART, Fieldbus, and PROFIBUS Devices AMS Device Manager Audit Trail ValveLink SNAP-ON Tests and Diagnostics AMS Device Manager Calibration Assistant
The purchase of this course also includes access to the e7020 course prerequisite, at no extra charge and upon confirmed enrollment, the student will receive access to the e7020 online course (via e-mail) to take as a prerequisite prior to attending the instructor led course. nbsp Microsoft windows experience. Prospective attendees should first complete the eLearning e7020 AMS Device Manager Suite Primer.
This 4-1/2 day course is for instrumentation technicians responsible for all areas of managing and ensuring the reliability of instrumentation in the plant process including startup and commissioning, normal operations, maintenance, and troubleshooting. The purchase of this course also includes access to the e7020 course at no extra charge and upon confirmed enrollment, the student will receive access to the e7020 online course (via e-mail) to take as a prerequisite prior to attending the instructor led course. The target audience usually does the following • responds to work orders created to calibrate, troubleshoot, repair, service, and replace instruments and valves • monitors alerts to preemptively address problems prior to operators seeing a problem in the control room • provides loop testing and assistance with instrumentation on plant turnarounds, startups, and for project work • improves process availability and reduces operations and maintenance costs The hands-on workshops with AMS Device Manager 12.5 along with DeltaV v12.3.1 will address areas relating to the instrument technician’s daily tasks.
7021 AMS Device Manager with Rosemount HART Instruments 2.1 In-Class
Configuring and Using AMS Device Manager nbsp HART Communication nbsp SMART Transmitters (3051C, 3144P) nbsp Test Equipment Selection nbsp Transmitter Installation nbsp Transmitter Configuration nbsp Transmitter Calibration nbsp AMS Calibration Manager nbsp Intelligent Calibrators nbsp Transmitter Troubleshooting
Learn the installation, calibration, maintenance, and troubleshooting of measurement instrumentation using AMS Device Manager. The hand's on focus is on skills required by engineers, technicians, or others that are new to the plant or instrument environment.   This 3-day course teaches maintenance and calibration of measurement devices using AMS Device Manager software to communicate and track information. The student will learn how pressure and temperature transmitters function, are installed, and calibrated using AMS Device Manager. The course uses hands-on training, labs, and lecture to teach the student how to   Configure and use AMS Device Manager nbsp Correctly perform transmitter installation and setup procedures nbsp Properly configure SMART transmitters nbsp Properly calibrate transmitters nbsp Perform basic troubleshooting-transmitters
OV275 AMS Suite: Intelligent Device Manager 0 Virtual
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Understand the basic topology of an Ovation network with an AMS Intelligent Device Manager station on it • Recognize AMS Suite software applications • Understand AMS Intelligent Device Manager licensing • Complete normal AMS Intelligent Device Manager administrative functions • Use basic AMS Intelligent Device Manager functions • Understand AMS Intelligent Device Manager SNAP-ON capabilities • Update AMS Intelligent Device Manager DD files
Students must have a good understanding of the Ovation system architecture and how database point records are built and maintained in an Ovation Windows-based system. It is recommended that students attend the OV100-WIN course prior to attending this course. Other courses that would be beneficial are OV270-WIN, OV340-WIN and either OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV200-WIN-3.1.X.
This three-day course provides thorough information on how to configure and use Emerson's AMS Suite Intelligent Device Manager with the Ovation™ control system. Students will receive hands-on experience in using Ovation and AMS Device Manager to configure smart devices on the Ovation network. Students will also configure and examine Ovation PlantWeb Alerts generated from the smart devices. This course is intended for plant personnel who will configure and troubleshoot the Ovation system and AMS Device Manager. nbsp The course duration is three days.
e7020 AMS Suite: Intelligent Device Manager Primer 0.2 On-Line 24X7
Be able to identify areas that AMS Device Manager could be used to Speed-Up Start-ups and Commissioning Improve Quality and Uptime Reduce Costs - Both Fixed and Operating Simply Safety System Use and Compliance Including Start-Ups Identify and Navigate the AMS Device Manager's Screens  
This course is for maintenance personnel and managers responsible for understanding the benefits of using AMS Suite Intelligent Device Manager. This is a 2-hour (average) on-line course with AMS Device Manager screens including audio presentations, quizzes, demonstrations, and interactive practice sessions.
2070CV AutoStat for AMS Machinery Manager, Virtual Classroom 1.4 Virtual
• Analysis Parameter Alarms vs/ Narrowband alarms – What’s the difference? • Database Setup Requirements and reports • Creating and Editing Analysis Groups • Modifying nbsp and Creating New Parameter Alarms • Creating and Editing Statistical Envelopes • Using these alarms within the Vibration Analysis Plotting application
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AustoStat is included in the standard curriculum of the 4-day Advanced AMS Machinery Manager course (course # 2070). This 2-day session only covers AutoStat in the AMS Machinery Manager software. Alarms are an important part of any analysis program. Properly setting alarms allows the user to quickly identify an abnormal machine condition and reduces time spent analyzing machines that are running in acceptable or “normal” condition. AMS Machinery Health Manager provides the user the ability to create up to 12 parameter bands with alarms in addition to the Overall value. nbsp Calculating ideal alarm values for these parameters can be very complicated. nbsp Autostat uses statistical analysis to provide limit values for the individual parameter bands by analyzing the data associated with similar pieces of equipment. This two day session is designed for students have a basic understanding of AMS Machinery Health Manager and will guide these user’s through the process of using Autostat for the generation of both Analysis Parameter sets and Statistical narrowband Envelope generation.
2015 Balancing Theory & Application for CSI 2130 2.8 In-Class
• Imbalance identification • Use of vectors • Calculating influence coefficients • Use of the auxiliary analyzer balance functions • Use of UltraMgr module • Calculating a system lag • Estimate trial weights • Balancing flexible rotor systems • Balancing overhung rotors • Applying balancing techniques in an industrial setting
Understanding of vibration analysis is recommended.
This 4-day class (2 days on Balancing Theory and 2 days on Balancing Applications with CSI 2130) teaches how to perform single- and dual-plane balancing using both graphical and analyzer-based balancing methods. The class uses the CSI 2130 Machinery Health Analyzer on lab machinery.
2016 Balancing Theory & Application for CSI 2140 2.8 In-Class
• Imbalance identification • Use of vectors • Calculating influence coefficients • Use of the auxiliary analyzer balance functions • Use of UltraMgr module • Calculating a system lag • Estimate trial weights • Balancing flexible rotor systems • Balancing overhung rotors • Applying balancing techniques in an industrial setting
Understanding of vibration analysis is recommended.
This 4-day class (2 days on Balancing Theory and 2 days on Balancing Applications with CSI 2140) teaches how to perform single- and dual-plane balancing using both graphical and analyzer-based balancing methods. The class uses the CSI 2140 Machinery Health Analyzer on lab machinery.
2031 Basic Vibration Analysis/Category I Compliant 2.8 In-Class
• Principles of Vibration • Data acquisition amp Signal processing • Condition monitoring amp Corrective action • Equipment knowledge • Acceptance testing • Basic analyzer functions • The class shows students how to recognize machine defects such as nbsp nbsp nbsp o Unbalance nbsp nbsp nbsp o Shaft misalignment nbsp nbsp nbsp o Looseness nbsp nbsp nbsp o Rolling element bearing defects nbsp nbsp nbsp o Gear problems nbsp nbsp nbsp o Resonance nbsp nbsp nbsp o Introduction to electrical defects.
Fundamentals of vibration analysis course or a cumulative six months of field experience is recommended.
This course complies with Category I Vibration Analyst per ISO standard 18436-2 Vibration condition monitoring and diagnostics. This course is intended to enable students to operate single channel machinery analyzers, dump and load routes, recognize the difference between good and bad data, and compare vibration measurements against pre-established alert settings. Although this training course is not product specific, students will use Emerson's CSI technologies for demonstration purposes. The class shows the student how to use the vibration analyzer in conjunction with Emerson Machinery Health Management supported software to analyze basic vibration defects.
e7046 Batch Analytics Model Building 0.8 On-Line 24X7
  Batch Analytics Overview Batch Analytics Model Builder Overview Batch Analytics Viewer Overview Batch Saline Simulation Benefits of Using Batch Analytics Batch Analytics Manager Administration Batch logic, stage logic, and initial logic required to build a model Batch Analytics Model Builder - Equipment Batch Analytics Model Builder - Product Batch Analytics Model Builder – Model  
DeltaV Batch experience and Microsoft Windows experience is required. Statistical/Quality background would be beneficial.
This 8 hour (average duration) on-line course provides an orientation of Batch Analytics Model Builder. The course includes audio presentations, demonstrations, hands-on practices, hands-on workshops, and quizzes. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to nbsp Define basic principles of Batch Data Analytics and their use in fault detection and quality parameter prediction. Use the Batch Data Analytics Model Builder application to build and deploy a project for fault detection and quality parameter prediction. nbsp Users will be able to recognize and navigate the screens needed to build a model in Batch Analytics. Users need to define batch logic, stage logic, and initial condition logic needed for model development. Users will be able to interpret analytic data of the Model Builder application using a saline example. Users will be able to build a Batch Data Analytics model.
e7044 Batch Analytics Operator Course 0.6 On-Line 24X7
  Batch Analytics Overview Batch Analytics Model Builder Overview Batch Analytics Viewer Overview Batch Saline Simulation Benefits of Using Batch Analytics Batch Analytics Viewer – Batch List tab Batch Analytics Viewer – Fault Detection tab Batch Analytics Viewer – Quality Prediction tab  
DeltaV Batch experience and Microsoft Windows experience is required. nbsp
This 6 hour (average duration) on-line course provides an orientation of Batch Analytics and how it is used in a production environment. The course includes audio presentations, demonstrations, hands-on practices, hands-on workshops, and quizzes. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to   Define basic principles of Batch Analytics nbsp Identify how Batch Analytics is used in fault detection and quality parameter prediction. Identify the Batch List, Quality Prediction, and Fault Detection screens. Monitor a fault. Interpret analytic data of a saline example. Identify the root cause of a detected fault.  
1402 Baumann Valve Technician 2.1 In-Class
24000 General Service Sanitary Valves Low Flow and Specialty Valves Packing Bench Range Seat Leak Testing Actuators Positioners and nbsp FIELDVUETM nbsp Digital Valve Controllers
Some experience in instrument calibration and in control valve maintenance, installation, and operation would be helpful.
This course explains how Baumann valves and actuators function and how they are installed and calibrated. It emphasizes installation, troubleshooting, parts replacement, and calibration of control valves, actuators, positioners and digital valve controllers. Those who complete this course will be able to   correctly perform installation procedures perform basic troubleshooting properly apply and calibrate positioners and FIELDVUE digital valve controllers change valve trim, gaskets and packing properly adjust sanitary valves  
VA101 Bettis Gas and Hydraulic Product Servicing 2.8 In-Class
Gas/Hydraulic Actuators Gas/Hydraulic Control Systems Gas/Hydraulic Control System Accessories Control Applications Control Componet Calibration New Products
Students should be involved with the application, service or maintenance of Bettis Canada gas/hydraulic products.
This 4-day course uses classroom style lectures and hands-on experience with working models to teach the student to   assemble, install, operate and maintaina gas/hydraulic actuator use troubleshooting techniques and tests to identify problems in gas/hydraulic systems, and perform routine maintenance and emergency repairs on each component install any Bettis control device on the corresponding actuator, connect calibration equipment, and carry out set-up and calibration procedures adapt and install control upgrade or modification kits including all tubing connections and final adjustments identify graphic fluid schematic symbols, match to the actual control device, and integrate the symbols into a functioning relationship
VA102 Bettis PressureGuard and Linear Actuators, Control Systems and Accessories 2.1 In-Class
PressureGuard (Self-Contained Hydraulic) Control System Overview LineGuard Electronic Linebreak System Non-API Linear Actuator Selection/Sizing API Linear Actuator Selection/Sizing Multiport Flow Selectors Overview
Involved with the purchase, application and marketing or sales of products.
This 3-day course provides an introduction to the range of valve actuators, control components and systems manufactured by Bettis in their Edmonton, Alberta facility. In addition to discussing product features and benefits, students will be given a broad overview of the valve automation industry and provided with training on product selection and applications.
VA104 Bettis Rack and Pinion and Scotch Yoke Products 2.8 In-Class
D-Series Actuators Overview CBA-Series Actuators Overview CBA 300-Series Actuators Overview G-Series Actuators Overview Bettis Electronic Data Formats Overview Torque Mechanisms Overview Manual Overrides Overview nbsp Actuator Selection/Sizing nbsp Introduction to Valve Automation Sizing Tool (VAST) Common Control Components/Control Systems Valve Mounting Hardware Overview nbsp Competitor Product Comparisons nbsp General Practical Work nbsp
Involved with the purchase/ application/marketing or sales of products. nbsp  
This 4-day course provides an introduction to the range of pneumatic and hydraulic valve actuators manufactured by Bettis in their Waller, Texas facility. In addition to discussing product features and benefits, students will be given a broad overview of the valve automation industry and provided with training on product selection and applications. Common pneumatic and hydraulic control components and systems will also be discussed and a review of competitive products. nbsp
VA103 Bettis Rack and Pinion Scotch Yoke Product Services 2.1 In-Class
Valve Automation Center Contract Review| Installation/Maintenance Instruction Manuals nbsp Product Serial Numbers Review nbsp Service Procedure Index Review nbsp General Operating/Maintenance Instructions nbsp General servicing information on RPB, RPC, D, CB, CBA 300, HD, T and G-Series Actuators Conversion of Fail-Close Spring-Return G-Series Actuators to Fail-Open Spring- Return Field Service Work Preformed by VAC's, Bettis Waller Procedure Review nbsp 2-1/2 days of Practical Exercises Involving the Disassembly/Reassembling of Products nbsp
Involved with the purchase / application / marketing or sales / service of products.
This 3-day class provides comprehensive information concerning the installation, operation and maintenance of all Bettis Waller products.
2113 BINOS OXYNOS HYDROS Analyzers 0 In-Class
Objectives Theory Installation Troubleshooting Maintenance
This 3-day course familiarizes the student with the non-dispersive infrared, electrochemical oxygen, paramagnetic oxygen and thermal conductivity measurement techniques used in the BINOS, OXYNOS and HYDROS gas analyzers. Maintenance and troubleshooting are covered in detail. Typical applications and start-up procedures are discussed as well.
OV200 Building & Maintaining Ovation Control 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Interpret and apply a control functional to the Ovation Windows-based system • Interpret and tune implemented control using the available tools • Edit existing control schemes • Demonstrate proficiency in building digital and analog control • Design and implement a tracking scheme to meet specific control requirements • Recognize the relationship between control schemes and graphic diagrams • Implement given control requirements using the Control Builder • Evaluate and determine the proper operation of a control scheme using the tools and methods provided
Students must have a good understanding of the Ovation system architecture and how database point records are built and maintained in the Ovation Windows-based system. It is recommended that students attend OV100-WIN prior to attending this course.
OV200-WIN is designed to provide proficiency in reading Ovation™ functional control schemes. Tuning, building and implementing new control schemes to improve performance are also covered. Both modulating (analog) and discrete digital control schemes are included in the scope of this course. Discussions will include the various types of control algorithms available and how they can be used to create effective control. This course is intended for people who work with Ovation controllers to tune and build analog and digital control schemes in a Windows environment. The course duration is five days.
OV210 Building Ovation Graphics (for Windows) 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Describe the different coding areas within the graphic source code • Build graphics to display live plant data • Use various drawing techniques to create 3D graphics • Interface graphics to the control system by using poke fields • Design and implement macros to be used within graphics • Use conditional statements to create dynamic indications in graphics • Employ various techniques to make graphics code execute more efficiently • Use various application programs within a graphic to perform specific actions • Assess and correct problems in graphics with available tools
Students must understand Ovation point record fields and Ovation control algorithm structures. It is recommended that students attend OV100-WIN prior to attending this course. If the student will be heavily involved in creating control interfaces, either OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV210-WIN.3.1.X is also recommended.
This course will teach the user to build Ovation™ system graphic diagrams. Students will learn how to use the Ovation Graphics Builder in various applications. Course topics include the layout and implementation of static and dynamic objects, linking to control, and creating perspective-type diagrams. Methods for standardizing information entities and control interfaces, and troubleshooting problems within graphics code are also covered. This course is intended for anyone who will build process diagram displays for the Ovation system. The course duration is five days.
2021EX Category I Exam 0 In-Class
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Category I exam, available at the end of course# 2031 Test Format Written exam Duration 2 hours Passing Grade 70% Eligibility for Examination • Recommended Minimum Duration of Cumulated Training (hours) 32 • Recommended Minimum Duration of Cumulated Experience (months) 6 Category I exam, available at the end of course# 2031 Test Format Written exam Duration 2 hours Passing Grade 70% Eligibility for Examination • Recommended Minimum Duration of Cumulated Training (hours) 32 • Recommended Minimum Duration of Cumulated Experience (months) 6 Category I exam, available at the end of course# 2031 Test Format Written exam Duration 2 hours Passing Grade 70% Eligibility for Examination • Recommended Minimum Duration of Cumulated Training (hours) 32 • Recommended Minimum Duration of Cumulated Experience (months) 6
2022EX Category II Exam 0 In-Class
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Category II exam, available at the end of course# 2032 Test Format Written exam Duration 3 hours Passing Grade 70% Eligibility for Examination • Recommended Minimum Duration of Cumulated Training (hours) 70 • Recommended Minimum Duration of Cumulated Experience (months) 18 • Passing Category I exam is NOT a prerequisite for taking Category II exam.
2023EX Category III Exam 0 In-Class
Pass Category II Exam
Category III exam, available at the end of course# 2033 Test Format Written exam Duration 4 hours Passing Grade 70% Eligibility for Examination • Recommended Minimum Duration of Cumulated Training (hours) 110 • Recommended Minimum Duration of Cumulated Experience (months) 36 • Has taken and passed the Category II exam.
2168 CCO 5500 CO Analyzer Maintenance 0 In-Class
Overview of the CCO 5500, Carbon Monoxide Analyzer Theory of Operation, Appropriate Applications Installation, Configuration and Calibration Troubleshooting and Maintenance
This 2-day course covers the theory, application and operation of the CCO5500. Infrared absorption spectroscopy is defined and explained as a measurement technique. Focusing on applications, the instrument is reviewed and the students are taught to install and maintain the analyzer. nbsp Students will understand the basic theory of operation learn to install and start up the analyzer including calibration use the software diagnostics to troubleshoot problems
7037 Communication Interfaces with the DeltaV System 2.5 In-Class
HART Overview nbsp Configuring DeltaV Control Modules with Wired HART Configuring HART Device with AMS Intelligent Device Manager and/or Rosemount 375 Handheld Communicator Serial Interface Overview Configuring DeltaV and Serial Interface Card Actuator Sensor Interface (AS-i) Overview nbsp AS-i Wiring and Installation nbsp Assembling and Configuring AS-i Network with DeltaV nbsp Profibus DP Overview
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation or Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and Troubleshooting. The 375 Field Communicator will be available for the students.
This course is for individuals responsible for interfacing with DeviceNet, AS-i, Profibus DP HART and serial communication busses to a DeltaV™ scalable system. This 3-1/2 day course covers the integration of fieldbus compliant devices using DeltaV systems. Upon completion of the course the student will be able to install, configure and verify proper operations of AS-i, Profibus DP, DeviceNet and HART devices, including proper wiring practices. The AMS Intelligent Device Manager will be used to configure HART instruments.
RA901 Config S600+ Pro 3.2 In-Class
Basic Concepts and Product Architecture Install and Configure S600+ Applications S600+ Database Structure and Commonly used Features Create and Configure Displays/Reports/Modbus Interfaces
Participants should have completed the online familiarization course and be familiar with metering techniques and standards. Participants should bring their own laptop computers to the course and should prefer nbsp ably have administrator privileges. Participants must be PC literate. Participants should have the Config600+ application installed on their laptop prior to nbsp attending – Note this must not be installed nbsp more than 1 week prior to the course as the nbsp evaluation license expires after 14 days. Participants should have an appreciation of nbsp computer programming languages.
The Config600 Pro course is aimed at application engineers and system integrators who design and develop FloBoss S600+ applications for integration with metering systems and skids.   The Config600 Pro course provides an insight into the generation of application configurations for the FloBoss S600+. The course will include a mixture of input from the trainer and participative training involving work in pairs and as individuals. nbsp All attendees will be supplied with a Config600 Pro license, electronic copies of all documentation and Config600 Pro release CD’s (including PDF copies of marketing materials).
2157 Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) 0 In-Class
Environmental Requirement Process Applications Theory of Operation Sample System Instrument Installation and Troubleshooting Hardware and Maintenance nbsp
This course is for instrument technicians responsible for the maintenance of continuous emissions monitoring systems.   This 3-day course covers basic fundamentals and the theory of operation, installation, nbsp calibration and maintenance of continuous emissions monitoring systems. nbsp
9025 Control Loop Foundation 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
Background – Historic Perspective Measurements – Basic Transmitter Types, Limitations Analyzers – Examples of On-Line Analyzers Final Elements nbsp - Valves and Variable Speed Drives Field Wiring and Communications – nbsp nbsp Traditional, HART, Foundation fieldbus WirelessHART Control Strategy Documentation – Plot Plan, Flow Sheet, P amp ID, Loop Sheet Operator Graphics and Metrics – nbsp nbsp Considerations in Display Design Process Characterization – Identifying Process Dynamics and Gain Control Objectives nbsp Single Loop Control – Basis for PID, Guideline in Selecting PID Structure, Action Tuning and Loop Performance nbsp - Manual and Automated Tuning Techniques nbsp Multi-loop Control – Feedforward, Cascade, Override, Split-range, Valve Position Control Model Predictive Control – Addressing nbsp Difficult Dynamics, Interactive Processes Process Modeling – Development of Process Simulation for Control System Checkout Application Examples – Batch, Continuous, Combustion, Distillation, Unit Coordination
Windows experience.
This course is for engineers, managers, technicians, and others that are new to process control. This course includes the practical aspects of control design and process applications that course developers personally learned through years of hands on experience while designing and commissioning process control applications. This 4-1/2 day course nbsp for personnel new to automation and covers process control fundamentals as well as the practical aspects of control system design and applications. Upon completion of this course the student will be able to effectively work with and commission single and multi-loop control strategies. nbsp Interactive workshops allow the student to apply what they learn in the class.
1300 Control Valve Engineering I 3.2 In-Class
Control Valve Selection Rotary/Sliding Stem Actuator Selection and Sizing Corrosion Resistant Valves Liquid Valve Sizing Gas Valve Sizing Positioners and Transducers Valve Application Guidelines Valve Characteristics Valve Packing Considerations Cavitation Valve Noise
Some experience with industrial controls equipment including control valves and actuators would be helpful.
This course is for engineers, technicians and others responsible for the selection, sizing, and application of control valves, actuators and control valve instrumentation. This course reviews design and operating principles of control valves, actuators, positioners and related accessories. nbsp It describes the sizing and selection methods for a broad variety of control valves assemblies. Students will solve several demonstration sizing and selection problems using Fisher Specification Manager and published materials, plus participate in equipment demonstrations and hands-on workshops. Students who complete this course will     select the proper valve characteristic for a nbsp nbsp given process choose suitable styles of control valves for nbsp an application size control valves and actuators properly apply positioners and instruments      
1350 Control Valve Engineering II 3.2 In-Class
Aerodynamic Noise/Whisper Trim Cavitation Issues and Solutions Steam Conditioning Valves High Pressure/Temperature Issues Sizing for Two Phase Flow, Fluid Mixtures Corrosive/Erosive Service Actuators Stroking Speed, Hysteresis, and Other Control Application Guidelines
Course 1300 or have equivalent experience (minimum of two years specifying control valves and instrumentation). nbsp Familiarity with Fisher Specification Manager is required.
This course is for practicing engineers and senior technicians who are seeking advanced training in control valve selection and sizing, and application problem solving. This course reviews of basic sizing and selection concepts. It then progresses to advanced concepts used when selecting and sizing control valves for severe service and unusual applications. The course includes lectures and numerous problem-solving sessions that make extensive use of Fisher Specification Manager software. Students who complete the course will     select and size control valves to reduce aerodynamic noise select and size control valves for cavitating applications select valve types and options for corrosive and erosive fluids size control valves for two-phase flow and hydrocarbon mixtures      
RA331 ControlWave Configuration 2.1 In-Class
Overview of ControlWave Hardware Overview of OpenBSI Software Utilities Basic Troubleshooting Basic ControlWave Configuration
Participants should have formal instrument technician training and a working knowledge nbsp of their application/process. nbsp Participants must be thoroughly familiar with Windows XP or later versions.  
Field personnel whose responsibilities may include installation, wiring, start-up, troubleshooting, configuration, or maintenance of the ControlWave products. An individual who seeks a more thorough understanding of the ControlWave products. A hands-on course that covers the hardware, configuration and maintenance of the ControlWave product family. This course will equip you with the necessary knowledge and practice needed to configure the ControlWave hardware for communications. Learn how to troubleshoot and utilize software application programs to perform diagnostics and monitor live data and communication statistics.
RA442 ControlWave Designer Communications Programming 3.2 In-Class
Client/Server Function Blocks MODBUS System Communication Variables BSAP Network Communications
Successful completion of course #441, ControlWave Designer Fundamentals. nbsp Participants must have a strong working knowledge of personal computers and Windows XP or later version. nbsp Participants should have a strong working knowledge of their application/process.
Personnel responsible for the establishing of communication interfaces to ControlWave Automation products.   A continuation of ControlWave Designer Fundamentals, this course focuses on networking and communications. Students will program the ControlWave to communicate to other devices in a network, as well as transfer and receive signal lists using serial and IP communications. Other application software will be utilized to configure, establish, and debug communications with these devices. Students will learn the advanced methods of communicating to Bristol and ControlWave devices using Client/Server modules, and to MODBUS protocol devices using custom function blocks.
RA441 ControlWave Designer Fundamentals 3.2 In-Class
Ladder Logic Structured Text Function Block Diagram Sequential Function Chart Creating User Function Blocks
Participants must have a strong working knowledge of personal computers and Windows XP or later versions. nbsp Participants should have a strong working knowledge of their application/process.
Personnel responsible for programming and debugging in ControlWave Designer   A hands-on course for programming the ControlWave product family using the Designer IEC-61131-3 standard software and the ControlWave function block library. This course will provide you the necessary knowledge and skills required to define and control inputs and outputs of related real world applications. nbsp Students will generate and debug simple control strategy programs using Function Block, Ladder Logic, Structured Text, and Sequential Function Chart programming. They will also learn the basics of ControlWave communications, historical data storage, alarming, and hardware configurations, and much more.
RA440 ControlWave Designer Programming 2.1 In-Class
Understand How IEC-61131-3, ControlWave Designer and On-Line Utilities Work nbsp Master Skills Necessary to Create a Program for ControlWave Controllers Learn the Bristol Library of Function Blocks for nbsp Measurement, Calculations, Process Control, Data Storage Understand OpenBSI Communications Software nbsp Master How to Establish Ethernet/IP Communications using ControlWave Designer Learn to Program Polling and Data Transfers in nbsp BSAP and an I/O Environment Understand How to Define a Hierarchical Network of ControlWave Controllers Using nbsp NetView nbsp Understand the Configuration of Communication via other Protocols such as nbsp -- Modbus
Participants must have a strong working nbsp knowledge of personal computers and nbsp Windows XP or a later version. nbsp Participants should have a strong working nbsp knowledge of their application/process. nbsp Participants should have programming experi nbsp ence (this course is not recommended for nbsp beginning programmers) . Participants should have completed "Creating a Simple Project". nbsp
A hands-on course that will give you as much exposure to ControlWave programming as nbsp possible in the shortest amount of time.   The ControlWave Designer Short Course provides the knowledge and skill required to define and control inputs and outputs of related real world applications, including basic communications and troubleshooting. nbsp The class project will help students generate and debug simple control strategy programs using Function Block, Ladder Logic, and Structured Text programming languages, including programming for Modbus communications.
RA445 ControlWave Gas Measurement Products 2.1 In-Class
Hardware Configuration TechView Software Overview Log Collection Troubleshooting Configuring 4-Run Gas Application
The following are suggested, not mandatory Participants should have a working knowledge of their application/process. nbsp Participants should be familiar with Windows XP or later versions and posess a general knowledge of gas measurement and production.
Personnel responsible for the installation, wiring, start-up, configuration and maintenance of ControlWave gas flow computers nbsp   The ControlWave Gas Measurement course provides students with a thorough understanding of configuring the ControlWave® GFC, EFM, and XFC Flow Computers for single or multiple-run gas measurement. nbsp As a hands-on course, students will use TechView to collect historical logs, calibrate internal and external pressure sensors, and gain troubleshooting techniques for real world applications.
RA331 ControlWavwe Configuration 1.8 In-Class, Virtual
Overview of ControlWave
Windows XP/Instrument Tech. Training
Hardware/configuration/maintenance
2087 CSI 6300 SIS Operations and Maintenance 2.1 In-Class
• How to implement the CSI 6300, and use the manuals for integration. • System safety philosophy. • Overall safety calculations of the complete chain. • A basic explanation about SIL (why is it done, what are the reasons for doing it, history, what do the different safety related numbers mean). • A description of nbsp nbsp nbsp o HW Components nbsp nbsp nbsp o Sensors nbsp nbsp nbsp o Configuration SW nbsp nbsp nbsp o Different System Variations nbsp nbsp nbsp o Measurement and Safety Functionalities nbsp nbsp nbsp o System Configuration nbsp nbsp nbsp o Sensor and System Installation nbsp nbsp nbsp o Implemented System and Safety Routines nbsp nbsp nbsp o In amp Output Functionalities nbsp nbsp nbsp o Machinery Requirements
Participants should be familiar with vibration analysis, have basic computer skills and have a basic knowledge of electrical test equipment.
This three day course is designed for System Users, Projects, Services and Support personnel for Emerson and its representatives. This course offers a Q amp A section, practical exercises and troubleshooting.
2025 CSI 9420 Operations & Maintenance 0.7 In-Class
• Overview of CSI 9420 hardware components • Vibration basics and terminology relating to CSI 9420 • Import data into AMS Machinery Manager • View data using AMS Machinery Manager • Troubleshooting and maintenance
Course 2375 (Wireless Self Organizing Network) and some experience in Networks and Host integration would be helpful.
This 1-day course is intended for technicians, engineers and other plant personnel who need to know how to setup, maintain, troubleshoot, and view data from the CSI 9420 Wireless Vibration Transmitter. The course uses lectures and labs to maximize the hands on experience for the students.
RA442 CW Designer 3.2 In-Class
Modbus BSAP Function Blocs
Completionof Course RA441
Networking/Communicating
RA443 CW Designer Accelerated 3.2 In-Class
Modbus/BSAP/Function Blocs
PC amp Windows 2000/XP
Troubleshooting/Comm
RA441 CW Designer Fundamentals 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
Structured Text/Ladder Logic
Programming amp Debugging CW
Controlwave Programming
RA441V CW Designer Fundamentals 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
Structured Text/Ladder Logic
Programming amp Debugging CW
Controlwave Programming
RA440V CW Designer Short Course 1.8 In-Class, Virtual
CW Designer on line Utilities work
PC amp WindowXP Knowledge
Controlwave Programming
RA440 CW Designer Short Course 1.8 In-Class, Virtual
CW Designer on line Utilities work
PC amp WindowXP Knowledge
Controlwave Programming
RA445 CW Gas Measurement 1.8 In-Class
Hardware/Software Overview
Know applications/Windows XP
Configuration/CW/GFC/EFM/XFC
D4540 DanPac Measurement and Control System Introduction to Operation and Maintenance 0 In-Class
Introduction to the DanPac System Architecture Operator Interface Graphics and Controls Access and Security Communications and Interface to the System Field Components Reporting and Alarm Functions Simple Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
A background in flow measurement is required.
This 2-day generic course provides students with an operational introduction to the DanPac Measurement and Control System. The instructor will explain the metering system architecture, its function and administration. As well as showing how to navigate the operator interface, the course covers basic troubleshooting. The instructor will also explain the features and benefits of the control options available within DanPac. Students will receive supporting literature. Note More detailed training for a specific project application is also available and will be quoted on request.
VA106 Dantorque Products 1.4 In-Class
Introduction Overview Dantorque Actuators Onshore, Offshore and Subsea Applications General Control Options Subsea Control Options ROV Overrides Actuator Sizing/Selection Question and Answer Session
Students should be involved with the purchase, application, marketing, sales or service/maintenance of Dantorque products.
This 2-day product training course provides an overview of the valve automation products manufactured by Dantorque. Primarily focused on product features amp benefits, sizing/selection and applications service/ maintenance training can also be provided if requested in adv. of the class. Classes will be tailored to meet specific needs.  
OV371 DCS AND TURBINE MECHANICAL SYSTEM 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to • Understand the Emerson TMS Upgrade / Retrofit. nbsp Understand basic hydraulic schematics, symbols, and the design strategy behind the TMS. nbsp Understand Ovation DCS SAMA logic diagrams, wiring diagrams for Ovation hardware, and their application to the TMS • Maintain, operate, and understand functionality of the TMS assemblies and their components. • Review the Ovation application tools as applicable to maintain and troubleshoot TMS • Troubleshoot the TMS equipment, RVP, and Speed Cards • Setup the initial TMS set-points and Ovation logic constants • Build knowledge of proper TMS operational parameters and Ovation interactions
This course is to enable the student to better understand the relationship between the Ovation DCS and Turbine Mechanical System (TMS). Control logic and Ovation graphics will be reviewed to enhance the student’s familiarity with this equipment. nbsp Classroom discussion will entail the following Normal functionality, setup, calibration, testing, maintenance and trouble-shooting.
7201 DeltaV Advanced Control 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
The Control Foundation in DeltaV Traditional Tools e.g. Override, Cascade, nbsp Ratio Improvements Provided by Advanced Control nbsp DeltaV Inspect with InSight nbsp Detection of Abnormal Conditions Performance Indices Performance Reports DeltaV Tune with InSight nbsp Tuning Response Process Learning Adaptive Tuning Adaptive Control nbsp DeltaV Fuzzy Principles of Logic Control nbsp FLC Function Block, Tuning DeltaV Predict MPC for Multi-Variable Control Model Identification, Data Screening Simulation of Response, Tuning DeltaV Neural nbsp Creation of Virtual Sensor Data Screening, Training DeltaV Simulate Suite Process Simulation Simulate Pro
Courses 7101, PlantWeb/DeltaV Intro. or 7009, DeltaV Implementation I or equivalent field experience.
This 4-1/2 day course introduces students to the advanced control tools available within DeltaV and how they may be used to improve plant operations. The principal technology that is utilized in each product will be discussed. The areas of improvement that may be achieved will be detailed. Also, each student will gain hands on experience with these tools in class exercises based on realistic process simulations.
7025 DeltaV Advanced Graphics 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
Visual Basic Primer Forms nbsp Modules nbsp Schedules User Preferences Picture Sizing Environment Customization Custom Faceplates Function Block Faceplates FRS Functions Pop Up Menus Color Threshold Tables Custom Dynamos Tag Groups Key Macro Editor Theme Dynamos
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I nbsp
This 4-1/2 day course is for process control engineers responsible for configuring advanced functionality in the DeltaV user interface. This course expands on graphic topics covered in both the DeltaV Implementation, course 7009 and DeltaV Implementation II, course 7017.
7018 DeltaV Hardware and Troubleshooting 2.8 In-Class
DeltaV Overview nbsp Operator Alarms DeltaV Diagnostics DeltaV Smart Switches DeltaV I/O Cards and Carriers Controllers and Power Supplies Electronic Marshalling (CHARMs) HART I/O DeltaV and AMS Suite Intelligent Device Manager Redundant I/O
Windows Experience
This course is recommended for instrumentation and maintenance technicians, managers, and configuration engineers who need to know about DeltaV hardware. It provides an overview of the DeltaV Control Network, M- and S-series hardware, and software applications. Upon completion, you will be familiar with the hardware and be able to perform troubleshooting techniques. This 4-day course focuses on the hardware components that make up the DeltaV system M-series controllers and I/O, S-series controllers and I/O (including CHARMs), and DeltaV Smart Switches. Using a combination of lectures and workshops, you will learn how to use operator and diagnostic tools to identify and locate hardware-related fault conditions. Workshops provide the opportunity to disassemble and reassemble the M- and S-series hardware and return the system to an operating state. If your systems include bus technologies such as Foundation Fieldbus, we recommend courses 7030, 7032, or 7037. The 7018 course satisfies the prerequisite requirement for these bus courses. (except 7032)  
7009 DeltaV Implementation I 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
System Overview DeltaV Explorer DeltaV Diagnostics Control Modules nbsp Control Studio nbsp Motor Control with Interlocking and Permissive Conditions nbsp Regulatory Control nbsp Cascade Control nbsp Regulatory Control DeltaV Operate nbsp System Operation nbsp Alarms amp Process History View nbsp Alarm Help nbsp Sequential Function Charts Configure Theme Dynamos nbsp
Microsoft Windows experience. Prospective attendees lacking process control experience should first attend Control Loop Foundation, Course e9025. Prospective attendees new to DeltaV should first attend PlantWeb/DeltaV Introduction, Course 7101, or DeltaV Hardware amp Troubleshooting, Course 7018 .
This course is designed for process amp process control engineers responsible for obtaining key production data, maintaining, configuring and troubleshooting a DeltaV system. During the 4-1/2 day course, the student will be able to define system capabilities, define nodes, configure continuous and sequential control strategies, create process alarms, operate the system, troubleshoot the system and modify operator displays .
7017 DeltaV Implementation II 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
Function Block Structure HART Inputs and Outputs Analog Control Blocks DeltaV Tune with InSight Device Control Options Class Based Control Modules Expressions Unit Alarms Multi-Dimensional (Array Parameter) Equipment Modules Display Environment Custom Faceplates Custom Dynamos HART Device Alarms
This course is for process control engineers responsible for designing, implementing and testing configuration using the DeltaV system. During the 4-1/2 day course, the student will be able to identify function block structures, interpret function block status values, design error masking, define nodes, configure modules using State-Driven amp Command-Driven algorithms, configure modules with Analog Control Palette Blocks and create simulation for testing purposes .
7202 DeltaV Model Predictive Control 2.5 In-Class, Virtual
• How to Justify an MPC Project - Evaluating nbsp the cost of process variation - Estimating the reduction in variation that is possible using MPC - Calculating the benefit of maximizing throughput when plant production is restricted by input limits or measurable constraint • Evaluating Process Models - Configuring and commissioning a control module using the DeltaV MPC-Pro block - Evaluating the impact of model mismatch on controller performance - Testing a process to obtain a step response model - Examining model residuals for model inaccuracies • Tailoring Control Performance - Placing more emphasis on selected control or constraint parameters - Improving control performance when the process is deadtime dominant - Compensating for large changes in process gain or dynamics - Minimizing the impact of process noise on control performance • Meeting Application Requirements - Ensuring disturbance inputs are independent of other process inputs - Meeting control requirements when the response times are very different - Understanding the design and testing of an integrating process • DeltaV MPC-Plus block - Understanding the features of the MPC-Plus block - Configuring failure handling on the MPC-Plus block - Configuring the optimization objectives for the MPC Optimizer - Understanding the expert features of DeltaV PredictPro application - Tailoring the control performance of the MPC-Plus block (on-line tuning)  
DeltaV Implementation I, Course 7009 and DeltaV Advanced Control, Course 7201.
This 3 ½ day course is designed for process and control engineers who are applying DeltaV Model Predictive Control (MPC) to solve process control problems. nbsp It provides practical examples of how to determine the benefits of MPC application and how this control may be used to meet specific application requirements. Students will gain hands on experience through lab exercises based on realistic dynamic process simulations.
e7014 DeltaV Operator Interface for Batch 1.6 On-Line 24X7
System Overview Accessing DeltaV Operate Navigation in DeltaV Operate Discrete, Analog, Regulatory and Cascade Control Module Operation Accessing Alarm Displays Accessing Real - Time / Historical Trend Data Accessing Process History View Phase and Recipe Controls Batch Operator Interface How to Add / Run Batches
- System Overview - Accessing DeltaV Operate - Navigation in DeltaV Operate - Discrete, Analog, Regulatory and Cascade Control Module Operation - Accessing Alarm Displays - Accessing Real - Time / Historical Trend Data - Accessing Process History View - Phase and Recipe Controls - Batch Operator Interface - How to Add / Run Batches
Operators, supervisors, and managers responsible for the operation of batch process using the DeltaV system. This is an interactive 16-hour on-line course with DeltaV screens including audio presentations, demonstrations, practice sessions, workshops, quizzes, and a final examination.
7014 DeltaV Operator Interface for Batch 1.8 In-Class, Virtual
System Overview Accessing DeltaV Operate Window, Menus Displays and Directories Discrete, Analog, Regulatory and Cascade nbsp Control Module Operation Motor Control Module Operation Accessing Alarm Displays/Alarm Handling Accessing Real-time/Historical Trend Data nbsp Accessing Process History View Sequential Function Chart Operation Phase and Recipe Controls Batch Operator Interface nbsp Batch Historian Campaign Manager
This course is for operators, supervisors, and managers responsible for the operation of batch processes using DeltaV system. This 2-1/2 day course uses lectures and hands-on workshops to provide an in-depth overview on operating the DeltaV System. nbsp It includes all content in course 7012 plus students will   understand basic batch terminology manipulate Unit Module parameters access the Batch Operator Interface run procedures review batch history data    
e7012 DeltaV Operator Interface for Continuous Control 1.2 On-Line 24X7
System Overview Accessing DeltaV Operate Navigating in DeltaV Operate Discrete, Analog, Regulatory, and Cascade Control Module Operation Motor Control Module Operation Accessing Alarm Displays Accessing Real-Time/Historical Trend Data Accessing Process History View Using DeltaV Operate Themes nbsp
Ideal students for this course are new to the DeltaV System but already have process control/plant experience. This interactive on-line course includes audio presentations, demonstrations, practice sessions, workshops, quizzes, and a final examination. The average time to complete the course is 12 hours.
7012 DeltaV Operator Interface for Continuous Control 1.4 In-Class, Virtual
System Overview Accessing DeltaV Operate Window, Menus Displays and Directories Discrete and Analog Control Module Operation Accessing Alarm Displays/Alarm Handling Motor Control Module Operation Regulatory/Cascade Control Module Operation Accessing Real-time/Historical Trend Data Unit Alarms Sequential Function Chart Operation Phase Logic Modules
This course is for operators, supervisors and managers responsible for the operation of continuous processes using DeltaV system. nbsp This 2-day course uses lectures and hands-on workshops to provide an in-depth overview on operating the DeltaV System. Students who complete this course will   access operator displays manipulate various control module operating parameters to operate the process respond to process alarms monitor process performance view real-time and historical trend data  
7304 DeltaV Safety Instrumented System with Electronic Marshalling Maintenance 2.1 In-Class
Safety Lifecycle DeltaV SIS Overview DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling nbsp Hardware architecture Including Power nbsp Requirements nbsp nbsp Commissioning and Downloading the DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling components nbsp Safety Instrumented Functions Rosemount SIS Instruments AMS Device Manager Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controller nbsp DeltaV Diagnostics nbsp Partial Stroke Test using DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling
Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and Troubleshooting, is a requirement.  
This course is for Electrical amp Instrument technicians, maintenance technicians, E amp I/reliability engineers and other personnel responsible for maintaining DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling. This 3-day hands-on instructor led course covers the architecture of the DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling including Rosemount SIS instruments and Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controllers. Students will be able to identify the DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling hardware and software components. Students will be able to configure Partial Stroke Test using DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling. Students will practice troubleshooting and maintenance techniques with DeltaV SIS simulators throughout the course.
7303 DeltaV Safety Instrumented System with SLS 1508 Maintenance 2.1 In-Class
Safety Lifecycle DeltaV SIS Overview DeltaV SIS Hardware Safety Instrumented Functions Rosemount SIS Instruments AMS Device Manager Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controller SISNet Repeaters
Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and Troubleshooting, is a requirement. nbsp
This course is for Electrical amp Instrument technicians, maintenance technicians, E amp I/reliability engineers and other personnel responsible for maintaining a DeltaV SIS SLS 1508. This 3-day course is a hands-on instructor led course. The course covers the architecture of the DeltaV SIS including Rosemount SIS instruments and Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controllers. Students will gain a working knowledge of the hardware and software allowing them to troubleshoot and maintain the system. nbsp
7305 DeltaV SIS Implementation 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
DeltaV SIS Overview nbsp DeltaV SIS SLS 1508 Hardware architecture nbsp DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling nbsp Hardware architecture nbsp DeltaV Safety Instrumented Functions nbsp Rosemount SIS Instruments Security nbsp AMS Device Manager relating to DeltaV SIS nbsp DeltaV SIS Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controllers nbsp SISNet Repeaters nbsp DeltaV SIS Security nbsp DeltaV Version Control
Course 7009 is a requirement. Recommend IEC 61511 knowledge (eCourse BSE101 or BSE201).
This course is for personnel who design, implement, commission and service DeltaV SIS. This 4-1/2 day course is a hands-on instructor led course. The course covers complete DeltaV SIS Implementation including hardware and software architecture. Students will be able to design a DeltaV SIS Network and Safety Instrumented Functions (SIFs). Additionally, students will be able to configure smart SIS instruments and their associated alerts, nbsp including partial stroke testing. nbsp
7027 DeltaV Systems Administration for Windows 7 and Server 2008 3.2 In-Class
Overview/Review of System Components and Topologies DeltaV Licenses Database Administration User Administration Network Node Diagnostics Auto Update Service Cybersecurity tools – Smart Firewall, nbsp Controller Firewall, Smart Switches Installation Checklist of the Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 Operating Systems nbsp Installation of the DeltaV Software and AMS Device Manager Components nbsp DeltaV Control Networks and Remote Access nbsp DeltaV Domains and Workgroups nbsp Network Security nbsp Upgrading Hardware and Software nbsp Backup and Restore Procedures nbsp Importing/Exporting nbsp DeltaV Zones
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I, or Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and Troubleshooting
This 4-1/2 day course is designed for control system administrators, process control engineers and IT specialist responsible for managing, installing, and commissioning a DeltaV system running on the Windows 7 operating system and Windows Server 2008.
7016 DeltaV Systems Batch Implementation 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
Batch Overview Unit Phase Alias Definition Unit Module Process Cell Class Based Control Modules Class Based Equipment Modules Operation Unit Procedure Procedure Equipment Trains Unit Aliasing Dynamic Unit Allocation
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I nbsp
This course is designed for individuals responsible for configuring and commissioning DeltaV Batch software.   This 4-1/2 day course covers the implementation of a complete batch application. A process simulator will provide a batch application. Students will use DeltaV Batch software to nbsp configure recipe entities including, Aliasing, Equipment Trains, Dynamic Unit Allocation, Phase Logic, Operations and Unit Procedures. Equipment entities will also be configured nbsp including, Units modules and Process cells.  
OV376 Digital Generator Control 0 Virtual
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Navigate the control software and review alarm summaries • Understand basic DGC troubleshooting and maintenance procedures • View the DGC Application Software Display, Log-view and Sequence of Events • Understand basics of Amplifiers, Firing Circuits and the Controller • Review the fundamentals and technology associated with the DGC
This course is not Ovation™ based. Attendees are not required to have experience with Ovation nor a background in Distributed Control Systems.
The Digital Generator Control (DGC) Fundamentals course is intended for Engineers and I amp C Technicians that will interface with and maintain the DGC system. The course provides the history and fundamentals of generator excitation with an overview of the excitation types and concepts of SCR bridges. The course discusses the DGC and its elemental components, maintenance and troubleshooting, data retrieval and analysis. nbsp The course duration is three days.
RA1242 DL800 Preset 2.1 In-Class, Virtual
DS800 software overview
Formal RTU Configuration Training
Training on the DL8000 Preset System
RA1242 DL8000 Preset System Configuration 2.1 In-Class
Basic Concepts and Product features of the DL8000 Set Up Parameters Meter Proving Hardware diagnostics and Troubleshooting DL8000 Configuring Dynamic, Real-Time nbsp Display of Flow Parameters Blending Methods and Flow Sequencing Configuring for Additive Injection Temperature Compensation Data Logging Communications
Participants should have formal RTU configuration training preferably with ROC800 series hardware and a working knowledge of their application/process. nbsp Participants should have advanced PC knowledge and be thoroughly familiar with Microsoft Windows operating systems (2000/XP or later versions).
This Remote Automation Solutions course is for engineers, technicians, and others involved with the operation and maintenance of the DL8000 Preset System Controller product.   This 3-day course will provide an overall working knowledge of the DL8000 Preset System Controller. nbsp Participants will be enabled to configure, operate and diagnose the DL8000 Preset System Controller. nbsp   Each student will be provided with a PC (ROCLINK preinstalled), a Remote Automation Solutions RTU (DL8000), a communications cable, and a workbook for the duration of the class. nbsp
RA1241 DS800 for ROC800 Series Programming 2.1 In-Class
DS800 Software Overview nbsp - Sequential Function Chart - Ladder Logic of Ladder Diagram - Function Block Diagram - Structured Text - Instruction List ROCLINK 800 Software
Participants should have experience with ROC800 series hardware, a working knowledge of their application/process and should also have advanced PC knowledge and be thoroughly familiar with Microsoft Windows operating systems (XP or later versions).
This Remote Automation Solutions course is for engineers, technicians, and others involved with configuring the ROC800 Series products. This 3-day course will provide an overall working knowledge of the 5 different programming languages for the ROC800 series. The course emphasizes hands-on exercises using DS800 Development Suite to program the ROC800 Series Products. nbsp Each student will be provided with a PC (ROCLINK amp DS800 preinstalled), a Remote Automation Solutions RTU, a communications cable, and a workbook for the duration of the class.
RA241V DS800 FOR ROC800 SERIES 1.8 In-Class, Virtual
DS800 software overview
Experience with ROC800 hardware
Provide hands on with DS800
RA1241 DS800 FOR ROC800 SERIES 1.8 In-Class, Virtual
DS800 software overview
Experience with ROC800 hardware
Provide hands on with DS800
OV248 EDS™ 0 Virtual
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Illustrate the functions of the EDS system and architecture • Explain how an EDS server is loaded and configured • Configure an EDS client to communicate with an existing EDS • Manage the data storage of the EDS • Demonstrate how to view and interpret error messages • Build reports using the EDS Report Builder • Build custom graphics using the EDS Graphics Builder
None
This (virtual) course is designed to give students a detailed understanding of the EDS™. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to configure an EDS server to collect point data from an existing Ovation™ system. An EDS client will be properly configured and the applications of the EDS station will be covered extensively. This course is designed for anyone who will be using or managing the EDS. nbsp The course duration is three days.
2081 Electric Motor Diagnostics and MotorView 2.8 In-Class
• Basic electrical principles • AC/DC motor theory and design • Variable frequency drives • Data collection methods • Current spectra and waveform analysis • Flux spectra analysis and data evaluation • Temperature data • Shaft current • Analysis of case histories • Windows configuration for MotorView operation
This 4-day course is intended for personnel who are experienced in vibration analysis and diagnostics, and focuses on the theoretical concepts of motor diagnostics. This course uses labs and case histories to demonstrate the functionality of the MotorView software in determining rotor bar defects using current and flux data. This course is designed for mechanical and electrical skilled personnel who may not have a background in motor theory, operation and construction.
VA107 El-O-Matic Products 2.1 In-Class
Electric Actuator Series (ELS/EL/ELD amp ELQ) nbsp nbsp - Identification of Components nbsp nbsp - Basic Bench Testing nbsp nbsp - Installation Options nbsp nbsp nbsp - Actuator Sizing/Selection nbsp nbsp nbsp - Control Options nbsp nbsp nbsp - Hands-on Training Covering Installation of Module Boards for Different Control Functionality nbsp nbsp nbsp - Bus Communica-tion Options nbsp nbsp nbsp - El-O-Matic Sizing Program Pneumatic Actuator Series (E amp P Series) nbsp nbsp - History - Identification of Components nbsp nbsp - Comparison of E amp P Series Actuator nbsp nbsp - 180º Rotation Actuators - Actuator Sizing/Selection - Available Accessories nbsp nbsp - Hands-on Training Including Spring Changes, Seal Changes, Travel Stop Adjustment and Mounting of Accessories nbsp nbsp - El-O-Matic Sizing  
Students should be involved with the application, marketing, sales or service/ maintenance of El-O-Matic products.
This 3-day class provides information on the ranges of pneumatic and electric actuators and accessories available from El-O-Matic. Detailed information on electric actuator module boards/ bus communication options will be addressed.
9034 EnTech Applied Advanced Regulatory Controls 2.1 In-Class
• Process and Disturbance Dynamics • PID Algorithms – PID, PI, PI-D, I-PD, PD, P-D, ID, I-D, 2 degrees of freedom control • Cascade Control, Dynamic Feedforward • Ratio Control, Override (selector) Control • Split Range and Midrange Control • Interactive Control Loops – Decoupling Control (2X2) and Lambda Tuning • Deadtime Compensation (Smith Predictor) • Adaptive Control (Gain Scheduling, Auto Tuning) • Introduction to Model Predictive Control (Multiple Inputs Single Output)
Participants should possess basic process control knowledge.
EnTech Applied Advanced Regulatory Controls (9034) is a 3-day course that teaches the practical principals of advanced regulatory controls and tuning techniques to achieve improvements that can exceed that of basic PID controls. The course will examine many advanced regulatory control technologies commonly available today and help participants understand which technologies are best suited and how to appropriately apply them given specific process dynamics and conditions. Formal lectures are amply populated with process examples and supported with hands-on lab exercises. Approximately 40% of the course is hands-on lab based workshops where students develop practical skills required to apply and tune advanced regulatory controls. A dynamic process simulator is used to simulate a variety of process unit dynamics and evaluate the benefits of different advanced regulatory control strategies.
9032 EnTech Applied Modern Loop Tuning 2.1 In-Class
• Process Dynamics - control loop overview, open loop bump tests, process responses, self-regulating and integrating process, process gain, time constant and deadtime, filtering, control resolution, process and valve non-linearity • PID Controller Tuning of Self-Regulatory Processes – 1st and 2nd order self-regulating processes nbsp (e.g. flow, temperature), PID equations, tuning methods, Lambda tuning self-regulating loops for closed loop setpoint and regulatory response, filtering • PID Controller Tuning of Integrating Processes – integrating processes (e.g. level loop), Lambda tuning integrating process for setpoint response and load recovery, filtering • Cascade and Interactive Control Loops - regulatory control, setpoint tracking, Lambda tuning cascade and interactive control loops • Process Simulator – Concepts are presented using a combination of lectures, case study examples, hands on labs and a demonstration of the EnTech Toolkit. nbsp A high fidelity process simulator is used as the basis for the labs and Lambda tuning analysis.
Some experience with process instrumentation and control is helpful
9032 EnTech Applied Modern Loop Tuning is a 3-day course that introduces participants to effective methods for determining optimal tuning parameters for regulation of processes. The non-oscillatory EnTech tuning techniques, based on Lambda concepts, are taught with a focus on minimizing process variability. Effectiveness is gained by the implementation of a tuning strategy that matches control element dynamics to process operating requirements. It contains formal lectures that are amply populated with process examples and supported with hands-on lab exercises using PC-based process simulators. Participants learn how to recognize acceptable/ unacceptable control loop performance and to identify the most common source of problems. Fundamental tuning concepts, including the PID controller, process dynamics, valve motion characteristics (backlash and stiction), setpoint tracking and regulation, minimum variance, integrating processes, and level control are studied. nbsp High fidelity process simulators are used as the basis for the labs and simulation analysis.
9035 EnTech Applied Modern Loop Tuning and Advanced Regulatory Controls 2.8 In-Class
• Process Dynamics and Process Model Identification • Open loop and Closed loop bump tests • Process Response – 1st and 2nd order self-regulating process and integrating process • Process Model – process gain, process deadtime and process time constant • Control resolution and valve non-linearity • PID forms and structures • Tuning Methods – Ziegler Nichols (quarter amplitude dampening) amp model based Lambda Tuning • Self-Regulating process - Closed loop setpoint and load response tuning • Process variable signal filtering • Integrating process – Closed loop setpoint and load response tuning • Cascade control tuning • Interactive control loops – decoupling control • Dynamic Feedforward control – identification of process dynamics and feedforward tuning • Deadtime Compensator – Smith Predictor deadtime compensator control versus PID • PID Algorithms – PID, PI, PI-D, I-PD, PD, P-D, ID, I-D, 2 degrees of freedom control • Simulator Labs – high fidelity simulator exercises engage students in Lambda tuning analysis
Participants should possess basic process control knowledge.
EnTech Applied Modern Loop Tuning and Advanced Regulatory Controls (9035) is a 4-day course that teaches the practical principals of advanced regulatory controls and tuning techniques to achieve improvements that can exceed that of basic PID controls. The course will examine many advanced regulatory control technologies commonly available today and help participants understand which technologies are best suited and how to appropriately apply them given specific process dynamics and conditions. Formal lectures are amply populated with process examples and supported with hands-on lab exercises. Approximately 40% of the course is hands-on lab based workshops where students develop practical skills required to apply and tune advanced regulatory controls. A dynamic process simulator is used to simulate a variety of process unit dynamics and evaluate the benefits of different advanced regulatory control strategies.
9031 EnTech Process Analysis and Minimizing Variability 2.8 In-Class
• Review - topics presented in 9030 Process Dynamics, Control and Tuning Fundamentals • Use of EnTech Toolkit Tuner module for Identification of Process Dynamics, Lambda Tuning, Time Series Analysis • Controller Tuning Troubleshooting - Dynamic Loop Interaction Problems • Digital Control - Digital Controllers and Digital Sensors • Signal Quantization, Signal Aliasing and Signal Filtering • Time Series Analysis – process variability analysis • Frequency Analysis - Power Spectrum analysis • Auto and Cross Correlation Analysis – minimum variance control • Interpreting Plant Process Data • Process and Control Auditing Techniques • Control Loop Evaluation using EnTech Toolkit Analyse module - Power Spectrum and Correlation analysis • Integrated Process and Control Design • Advanced Process Control • Simulator Labs – high fidelity simulator exercises engage students in Lambda tuning analysis and Control Loop Performance Investigation
Participants should have taken 9030 Process Dynamics, Control and Tuning Fundamentals (Process Control for Engineers I) or have similar knowledge.
EnTech Process Analysis and Minimizing Variability (9031 Process Control for Engineers II) is a 4-day course that provides knowledge of the techniques used to troubleshoot process and control problems, improve performance and reduce variability in processes. Time series analysis, including power spectrum and auto/cross correlation functions, are presented as tools for process and control performance evaluation. The course uses formal lectures that are highlighted with an ample repertoire of process examples and hands-on lab exercises. High fidelity process simulators are used as the basis for the labs and situation analyses.
9030 EnTech Process Dynamics, Control and Tuning Fundamentals 2.8 In-Class
• Process Dynamics - Self Regulating and Integrating process • Identify Process Model parameters – process gain, process deadtime and process time constant • Develop simple linear transfer function dynamic models of 1st Order, 2nd Order and Integrating process • Examine various sources of nonlinearity arising from equipment, instrumentation (valves) and process itself • Control resolution and valve non-linearity • Mathematical models of PID controller – PID forms, structures and tuning parameters • Tuning methods – from Ziegler Nichols (quarter amplitude dampening), to Cohen-Coons (reactive curve) to Lambda tuning (Internal Model Control) • Self-regulating process dynamics – tuning 1st Order and 2nd Order process loops • Stability analysis – root locus, gain margin and phase margin analysis • Frequency analysis – evaluate dynamic system performance, bode plots and minimum variance control • Closed loop setpoint and load response • Integrating process dynamics – tuning level controls • Interactive Control Loops – decoupling control • Coordinated Lambda Tuning for Unit Optimization • Control Loop Tuning using EnTech Toolkit Tuner module – Lambda tuning • Simulator Labs – high fidelity simulator exercises engage students in Lambda tuning analysis
An engineering degree or equivalent knowledge and functionality in the mathematics required to understand the concepts listed in "topics".
EnTech Process Dynamics, Control and Tuning Fundamentals (9030 Process Control for Engineers I) is a 4-day course that provides the fundamental theory governing process dynamic behavior, control system operation and controller tuning. Course material is based on experience gained in process variability optimization work and is based on modern control engineering concepts coupled with practical process application knowledge. This course presents a systematic approach to optimizing the control of a process unit operation in order to manufacture uniform product more efficiently. The course uses formal lectures with hands-on lab exercises. High fidelity process simulators are used as the basis for the labs and simulation analysis.
e7045 Features Training on DeltaV Analyze 2.0 0.6 On-Line 24X7
DeltaV Analyze Overview DeltaV Analyze Administration Features How to Create a Bookmark How to Create an Alarm Statistics Report
This course is for personnel who will be using DeltaV Analyze in their alarm management program. This on-line course includes audio presentations, quizzes, and up to a four hour access to DeltaV Analyze. To obtain hands on experience, e7045 students will have four hour access to DeltaV Analyze over a two week timeframe. Course access is 3 months.
7030 Fieldbus Devices 2.8 In-Class
DeltaV Scaleable System Overview nbsp Macro Cycle Execution nbsp Fieldbus Function Blocks nbsp FieldVue Theory of Operation nbsp Transmitter Theory of Operation nbsp AMS Device Manager Methods nbsp Fieldbus Wiring Practices nbsp System Troubleshooting nbsp Accessing Fieldbus Devices nbsp Alarms and PlantWeb Alerts at DeltaV Workstations nbsp Segment Checkout Procedures nbsp Replace Wizard
There are no prerequisites for this course however, a general understanding of process control including control valves, transmitters, control terms, and control loop basics is recommended. Computer skills should include a basic working knowledge of Windows. The 375 Field Communicator and AMS ValveLink for Fieldbus will be demonstrated and available for students as optional activities.
This 4-day lecture/lab course provides maximum hands-on experience working with F OUNDATION fieldbus instruments such as the FIELDVUE ® Digital Valve Controller, Rosemount Pressure and Temperature Transmitters. The student will use the DeltaV control system to commission fieldbus devices, assign foundation fieldbus function blocks to field devices, troubleshoot using diagnostics and AMS Device Manager to manipulate device parameters.
2370 Fieldbus Measurement Instruments 2.8 In-Class
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus Overview nbsp Fieldbus Wiring/Segment Design/Function Blocks nbsp 375 Field Communicator Operation nbsp Theory of Operation, Installation, Configuration, Maintenance, Calibration nbsp Troubleshooting on the following Rosemount Devices nbsp 3051C Pressure Transmitter nbsp 3051S Pressure Transmitter nbsp 3144P and 644 Temperature Transmitter nbsp 848 Temperature Transmitter nbsp 8742 Mag Flow Transmitter nbsp 8800C Vortex Transmitter nbsp 5600 and 5400 Radar Level Transmitter nbsp 752 Fieldbus Indicator nbsp 3420 Fieldbus Interface Module Note Course may be conducted using other Fieldbus Hosts, such as DeltaV and National Instruments, call with any questions.  
Experience in instrument calibration, maintenance/installation/operation would be helpful.
This course is for individuals responsible for installing, configuring, calibrating, and troubleshooting F OUNDATION ™ fieldbus measurement devices. This 4-day class covers the integration of F OUNDATION ™ fieldbus compliant measurement devices using the 375 Field communicator. Upon completion of this course students will be able to install, configure, calibrate, and troubleshoot Rosemount Fieldbus devices which include the 3051C and 3051S Pressure transmitters, 644, 3144P and 848 Temperature transmitters, 8742 Magnetic Flow transmitter, 8800C Vortex Flow transmitter, 5600 and 5400 Radar Level Transmitter, 752 Indicator, and the 3420 Fieldbus Interface Module (FIM).
7032 Fieldbus Systems and Devices 2.8 In-Class
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus Overview Macro Cycle Execution Fieldbus Function Blocks Control Strategy Configuration Control Anywhere FieldVue Theory of Operation Transmitter Theory of Operation AMS Device Manager Methods Fieldbus Wiring Practices System Troubleshooting Configuring Fieldbus Device Alarms and PlantWeb Alerts Configuring a Fieldbus Operator Display Segment Checkout Procedures
Course 7009 or Course 7018. The 375 Field Communicator and ValveLink for Fieldbus will be demonstrated and available for students as optional activities.
This course is for individuals responsible for installing, troubleshooting, calibrating and configuring FOUNDATION ™ nbsp fieldbus instruments and control strategies using the Delta V scaleable systems. This 4-day lecture/lab provides maximum hands-on experience working with the integration of FOUNDATION ™ fieldbus devices and the DeltaV scaleable system.The student will be able to install fieldbus instruments and segment checkout for the correct operation of the physical layer. The student will be able to use the DeltaV system to perform AMS Device Manager methods such as calibration, setup wizards, zero trim and diagnostics. The student will be able to implement a pressure loop using FOUNDATION ™ fieldbus function blocks with the DeltaV Control Studio application. The student will configure PlantWeb Alerts and device alarm parameters.
VA110 FieldQ Products 0 In-Class
Basic Product Overview - Actuator, Control Modules, Pneumatic Modules Introduction to Actuators - Rack amp Pinion Operation, FieldQ nbsp nbsp nbsp Features/Benefits, Data Sheets Introduction to Modules - General Features and Benefits, Types, nbsp nbsp nbsp Construction, Functionality - Hands on with Conventional, Smart, and nbsp nbsp Bus Modules Field Topics - Installation, Maintenance, and nbsp nbsp nbsp Troubleshooting Sales Training - Applications, Pricing, Configurations nbsp nbsp nbsp Training is set up to include hours of learning the FieldQ product family via hands on activities. In fact, students will often spend more time learning in the lab than being lectured.
Students should be involved with the purchase, application, marketing, sales, or service/maintenance of the FieldQ Actuation System.
This 3-day class provides the knowledge required for the student to understand, nbsp troubleshoot and even repair the Valve Automation FieldQ actuator and modules. nbsp The class covers the full range of the actuators and the modules used to interface to the actuator. Classes are held periodically but can be tailored to fit specific needs of the students in attendance.
1750 FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller Setup and Diagnostics using 475 Field Communicator and ValveLink 3.2 In-Class
FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller Theory of nbsp Operation FIELDVUE Instrument Installation 475 Field Communicator Configuration and Calibration Control Loop Wiring Practices nbsp Introduction to ValveLink ValveLink Tag and Database Issues Configuration and Calibration with ValveLink ValveLink Diagnostics ValveLink Performance Diagnostics Instrument Troubleshooting using ValveLink
Control valve experience and/or course 1400, 1300, 1710, or 1451.
This course is for technicians, engineers, and others responsible for installing, configuring, calibrating, and basic troubleshooting of FIELDVUE digital valve controllers using 475 Field Communicator and ValveLink Software. This course is a combination of 1751 and 1752 taken in the same week. The course provides the fundamental skills necessary to install and mount a FIELDVUE digital valve controllers onto a Sliding Stem and Rotary Valve / Actuator, and to configure and calibrate FIELDVUE instruments using the 475 Field Communicator. nbsp Students will also be able use ValveLInk software to run diagnostics.  
7022 Fisher FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller with AMS ValveLink SNAP-ON 2.1 In-Class
Introduction to AMS Device Manager nbsp Getting Started with AMS Device Manager nbsp Replacing and Deleting Devices nbsp Field Communicator nbsp Using the Audit Trail Monitoring System Alerts nbsp DVC6000 View from AMS Device Manager nbsp AMS ValveLink SNAP-ON Features and Functionality nbsp AMS ValveLink SNAP-ON Digital Valve nbsp Controller Diagnostics
None, though a basic familiarity with Fisher FIELDVUE Instruments will be beneficial.  
This course is designed for technicians and engineers to commission, calibrate, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot Fisher FIELDVUE digital valve controllers using the AMS ValveLinkTM SNAP-ON to AMS Device Manager. The course delves into device-specific techniques for commissioning, maintaining, and troubleshooting Fisher FIELDVUE Instruments.  
1112 Fisher LPG/NH3 "Big" Regulators and Valves Course 2.1 In-Class
Fundamentals of Self-Operated Regulators including R Series, HSR, CSR Series, 133, 64, 627 and 630. Fundamentals of Pilot-Operated Regulators including Types 299H, 99, 1098 and 1098H, Overpressure Protection, Relief Valves and Sizing, Monitors. Regulator Failure Analysis including Hands-on workshops with actual pressure and hardware. Bulk Storage and Transportation Products including C Series Internal Valves, Types N551 and N562/3 ESV's, H Series Relief Valves, Type 63EGLP Relief Valve. Troubleshooting and Insatllation of Regulators and Valves.
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This 3-day course is designed primarily for technicians responsible for installing and maintaining propane regulators and valves. nbsp Emphasizing hands-on training, this course teaches students to install, troubleshoot and adjust regulators as well as service and maintain valves. Students will have the opportunity to perform maintenance, replace components, and check products for performance measures using actual products and pressure. Includes a world-class facility tour.
RA1220 FloBoss Configuration and Operation 3.2 In-Class
FloBoss 103/107/107E Hardware Overview Flow Measurement Review nbsp - Overview on MVS Product nbsp - Set Up Multi-Dropping on MVS FloBoss Configuration nbsp nbsp - Elements of a Basic Configuration nbsp - Setting and Checking ROC System Flags nbsp - Set and Check ROC Information nbsp - Configuring I/O Points nbsp - Calibrating AI and AO points nbsp - Communication Basics nbsp - Configuring AGA Flow Calculations nbsp - Configuring FloBoss History nbsp - Building FloBoss Displays FST Workshop
Participants should have a working knowledge of their application/process and should also have advanced PC knowledge and be thoroughly familiar with Microsoft Windows operating systems (XP or later versions).
This 4-1/2 day course will provide an overall working knowledge of the FloBoss 103, FloBoss 107 and the FloBoss 107E. nbsp Participants are presented with a comprehensive view of the FloBoss 103/107/107E hardware and software to obtain the necessary knowledge needed to effectively install, configure and maintain the FloBoss 103/107/107E products. Each student will be provided with a PC (ROCLINK preinstalled), a Remote Automation Solutions RTU, a communications cable, and a workbook for the duration of the class.
RA1220 Floboss Operation/Maintenance 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
Floboss 103/107
Advanced PC knowledge
Knowledge of FB103/107
RA240V Floboss Operation/Maintenance 2.5 In-Class, Virtual
Hardware/software/configuration
Knowledge of RTUs and hardware
ROC809/827
1427 FlowScanner Data Acquisition and Interpretation 2.8 In-Class
Flowscanner Hardware/Software Overview nbsp In-Depth Software Navigation nbsp Setup and Testing Techniques nbsp Data Entry amp Test Criteria Best Practices nbsp Data Management nbsp Report Generation/Expected Results nbsp Background Software Routines and nbsp Equations for the Analysis Numbers Case Study Analysis- Including Discussions of Valve/Instrument/Installation Problems Laboratory Activities/Support
Course 1400 or course 1710, or significant experience in valve and instrument operation/maintenance procedures.
This course is for personnel who will perform and interpret control valve diagnostic testing using a FlowScanner. This course uses lecture and hands-on labs to teach students to properly acquire and analyze diagnostic data using the FlowScanner. This course teaches proper setup of hardware and software, accurate entry of data, and other procedures that are required to ensure accuracy when acquiring data. Also covered are good techniques in interpreting and analyzing the collected data. Actual case histories form a basis for teaching interpretation skills. nbsp Students will test and diagnose a sampling of valves in which specific problems have been ntroduced. Students who complete this will navigate features of FlowScanner software nbsp correctly mount sensors and related FlowScanner hardware on standard air-operated valves (AOV's) nbsp enter valve, instrument, and actuator data nbsp correctly enter test parameters nbsp perform various step and stroking tests to collect diagnostic data analyze typical/atypical, FlowScanner data create/view standard FlowScanner reports
7036 FOUNDATION fieldbus FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller 2.1 In-Class
Positioner Basics FOUNDATION fieldbus Overview FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller Installation and Mounting Modes and Status Configuration/Calibration nbsp Configuration and Calibration with the 475 Field Communicator ValveLink Setup Wizard/Detailed Setup Tuning nbsp Tag Management Pressure Control ValveLink Diagnostics FIELDVUE Instrument Troubleshooting
A basic familiarity with positioners and control valve basics is required. Course 1400 is recommended.
This course teachs technicians and engineers the basics of FOUNDATION fieldbus digital valve controller installation, configuration, calibration, and troubleshooting using 475 Field Communicator, and ValveLink software. The course reviews the role and function of control valve positioners followed by a series of hands-on exercises to disassemble, inspect, assemble, install, and commission a fieldbus FIELDVUE digital valve controller. During commissioning, students will learn the basics of the FOUNDATION nbsp fieldbus protocol, the role of function blocks, addressing, modes and status. Students will configure, calibrate, and commission devices using the 475 Field Communicator and ValveLink software. Hands-on exercises also teach students how to perform detailed setup routines and how to run and collect data for various ValveLink diagnostics. nbsp
REL009 Foundational Awareness for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals 0 In-Class
• Business amp Management o Strategic direction and plan o Selling programs and change to stakeholders o Create measurement and performance evaluation system o Business Case preparation o Communicate to stakeholders o Plan and budget resources o Maintenance/operations performance agreements / specifications • Manufacturing Process Reliability o Maintain process and industry standards and specifications o Understand the manufacturing process o Manufacturing effectiveness techniques o Safety, Health, Environmental issues o Manage effects of changes to processes and equipment • Equipment Reliability o Determine equipment and process performance expectations from the business plan o Establish current performance levels and analyze gaps o Establish a maintenance strategy to assure performance o Cost-justify (budget) tactics selected for implementation o Execute a maintenance strategy o Review performance and adjust maintenance strategy • People Skills o How to assess organizational competence and direction o How to develop the maintenance and reliability organization structure o How to develop the maintenance and reliability staff o How to communicate maintenance and reliability to the organization • Work Management o Comprehensive work identification o Plant-wide formal prioritization system o Effective work planning prior to scheduling o Effective, cooperative work scheduling and backlog management o Effective resource management (people, materials, financial) o Document work execution and update of records/history o Equipment history review and failure identification o Effective performance measures and follow-up nbsp o Capital project planning requirements o Effective use of information technologies (CMMS, etc)
A comprehensive course designed to provide participants with an understanding and appreciation of the many foundational elements required for success in the maintenance and reliability field. nbsp Both technical and non-technical areas must be understood and integrated in order to be most effective in the maintenance and reliability profession. The course duration is four days.
2072 Fundamentals of CSI 2130 1.4 In-Class
Course highlights include • Analyzer/computer communication • Predefined route data collection • Off-route data collection and setup • Monitor mode measurements • Peak and phase measurements Note You may take with Fundamentals of Vibration as a four day course.
Understanding of vibration analysis.
This 2-day hands-on course focuses on the basic operation of the CSI 2130 Machinery Health Analyzer. Students collect data on lab machines. This course is designed for personnel with little or no experience with CSI analyzers, but who are experienced in the field of vibration data collection and analysis.
2076 Fundamentals of CSI 2140 1.4 In-Class
Course highlights include • Analyzer/computer communication • Predefined route data collection • Job data collection and setup • Manual mode measurements • Introduction to CSI 2140 Analysis Expert Functions Note You may take with Fundamentals of Vibration as a four day course.
Understanding of vibration analysis. Familiar with basic vibration collection principles.
This 2-day hands-on course focuses on the basic operation of the CSI 2140 Machinery Health Analyzer. Students collect data on lab machines. This course is designed for personnel with little or no experience with CSI analyzers, but who are experienced in the field of vibration data collection and analysis.
1751 Fundamentals of HART Based FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller using the 475 Field Communicator 1.4 In-Class
FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller Theory of Operation nbsp FIELDVUE Instrument Installation nbsp Field Communicator for Instrument Configuration, Calibration and Troubleshooting nbsp ValveLink nbsp Mobile Overview
Control valve experience and/or course 1400, 1300, 1710, or 1451.
This course is for technicians, engineers and others responsible for installing, calibrating and basic troubleshooting FIELDVUE instruments using the 475 Field Communicator. This course provides the skills necessary to     install and mount FIELDVUE digital valve controller onto Sliding Stem Actuator/ Valve and Rotary Actuator/Valve Assemblies configure and calibrate FIELDVUE Instruments with the Field Communicator nbsp      
e2130 Fundamentals of the CSI 2130 Machinery Health Analyzer 0.6 On-Line 24X7
Analyzer-Computer Communication Predefined Route Data Collection Off-Route Data Collection and Setup Monitor Mode Measurements Peak and Phase Measurements
The Fundamentals of CSI 2130 eLearning course is designed to provide you with the tools you need to perform data collection using the CSI 2130 Machinery Health Analyzer. This course provides guided demonstrations through the processes of installing necessary drivers, uploading updated firmware, and loading updated or newly purchased programs necessary for data collection. nbsp   The course leads you through a basic introduction of the analyzer including panel descriptions and reviews of the purpose and function of all connectors, ports, slots, keys, indicators and buttons. The user learns how to load a predefined route into the analyzer, take general data as well as specialized data, and then dump that data back into the computer for further diagnostic analysis.
e2140 Fundamentals of the CSI 2140 Machinery Health Analyzer 0.6 On-Line 24X7
Analyzer/Computer Communication Predefined Route Data Collection Job Data Collection and Setup Manual Mode Measurements Introduction to CSI 2140 Analysis Expert Functions
This eLearning course is intended for individuals with no prior or very little experience with the CSI 2140 analyzer. The participants of this course will be given general information about the analyzer, and shown how to navigate through the various screens of the CSI 2140. The Route and Advanced Analyze DLPs will be discussed in detail, and the students will use their analyzer to participate in exercises. Students will also be shown how to take screen captures and print reports. nbsp nbsp
e2069 Fundamentals of Vibration 0.2 On-Line 24X7
Chapter 1 Fundamentals of Vibration nbsp Chapter 2 How is Vibration Measured? Chapter 3 Understanding the Vibration Signal Chapter 4 Vibration Units Chapter 5 Analysis Parameters Chapter 6 Data Analysis Where to begin?    
This e-learning course is intended for students with no prior experience with vibration analysis. nbsp The participants of this course will be better prepared for the standard Emerson Basic Vibration Analysis course. Students will learn how the technology of Vibration Analysis is a crucial part of any predictive maintenance program, by explaining what Vibration Analysis is, and providing examples of the types of faults that can be detected with the correct equipment and training. Students will also gain an understanding of where and how vibration is measured, with a focus on good data collection techniques. nbsp The students will be given a basic breakdown of the data units that are used in vibration analysis and a beginning knowledge of how vibration data will be analyzed. nbsp Students who attend this course will have a working knowledge of the techniques and skills that will be developed in the Emerson Basic Vibration Analysis course.
2069 Fundamentals of Vibration Analysis 1.4 In-Class
• Introduction to Vibration • Components of a Predictive Maintenance Program • Basic Fault Identification • Vibratory Fault Characteristics and Patterns • Information to Help Jump Start a Vibration Program
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This 2-day course is for those with no prior experience in vibration analysis. The class prepares participants for the Basic Vibration Analysis Training Course. Students learn about causes of vibration and methods of measurement. Although the training course does not provide instruction on Emerson's CSI technologies, the class uses them to demonstrate vibration principles.
2013 Fundamentals of Vibration Analysis and CSI 2130 2.8 In-Class
This couse # is for courses 2069 amp 2072 combined
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This couse # is for courses 2069 amp 2072 combined
2014 Fundamentals of Vibration Analysis and CSI 2140 2.8 In-Class
This couse # is for courses 2069 amp 2076 combined
This couse # is for courses 2069 amp 2076 combined
1100 Gas Regulator Technician 2.1 In-Class
Self-Operated Regulators Pilot-Operated Regulators Overpressure Protection including Series Regulation, Monitors, and Slam Shut Operations Regulator Failure Analysis Installation Guidelines
At least one year's experience in the field of natural gas regulators is recommended.
This 3-day course is designed primarily for technicians responsible for the installation and maintenance of natural gas regulators. Empahsizing hands-on training, this course teaches students to install and adjust regulators. Students who complete this course will be able to do the following Perform maintenance on regulators understand field problems
1106 Gas Regulator Troubleshooting 2.1 In-Class
Review Self- and Pilot-Operated Regulator Fundamentals and Overpressure Protection Sizing Overview for Technicians (as requested) Regulator Troubleshooting Principles, Procedures and Best Practices including Failure Analysis Stability Issues Installation Practices Pilot Interchangeability Practices and Advanced Monitor Operations and Maintenance
Gas Regulator Technician (Course 1100) or two years' experience with regulators.
This course is designed primarily for technicians with responsibility for installing, maintaining and troubleshooting gas regulators. This 3-day course provides intensive hands-on training using the same regulators that are commonly used in the field. Actual gas regulator problems are simulated in the workshops, challenging the student to efficiently diagnose problems and restore the regulator to proper operation. Students who complete this course will be able to do the following Efficiently and safely troubleshoot common regulator operation performance problems Understand the influence of the service environment on regulator performance.
2103 Hydrocarbon Analyzer 0 In-Class
400A Overview and Principles of Operation Test Equipment Selection Bench Testing the 400A Calibrating the 400A Hydrocarbon Analyzer Installation and Start-up Troubleshooting and Maintenance
This 1-day course uses lectures and hands on service training to instruct the student on how to install and maintain the Rosemount Analytical Model 400A Hydrocarbon Analyzer. nbsp Students will identify subassemblies and explain their functionality explain the principles of operation calibrate and test properly install and troubleshoot
D4510/D4520 Hydrocarbon Gas/Liquid Flow Measurement Systems Operation and Maintenance 0 In-Class
Background to Gas/Liquid Flow Measurement Commercial and Legal Requirements Principles of Current Flow Measurement Techniques Secondary Instrumentation, including Gas/Liquid Sampling and Quality Analysers System Design Standards Meter Operation and Calibration Operations Maintenance Procedures Reporting and Book Keeping
A basic knowledge of flow measurement is required.
These 2-day courses provides students with a detailed understanding of the principles of measurement for Hydrocarbon Gases or liquids. Consideration of the correct primary measuring device, its installation, operation, and secondary instrumentation requirements will be explained. The instructor will reference applicable standards, used to design the system to optimize performance. This includes system calibrations and device maintenance. Supporting literature will be supplied to students.
VA108 Hytork Products 2.1 In-Class
Overview of Hytork Key Accounts and Markets Pneumatic Actuators, History, Theory and Different Types Comparison of Pneumatic Actuators to Electric, Hydraulic and Electro-Hydraulic Designs Advantages of the Rack amp Pinion Design ISO Standards General Valve Automation Applications Hytork Actuator Variations and Evolution Valve Automation Accessories Including Limit Switches, Solenoid Valves, Speed Control Valves and Valve Mounting Options Mounting of Control Accessories Hytork Product Features and Benefits General Valve Types/Torque Characteristics Actuator Sizing Techniques, Test Questions Hytork Actuator Sizing Program Hytork Drawing Types and Procedures QA Systems, Functions, RMA's and Customer Complaint Handling Hytork Product Warranties Price Book Review Hands-on Review of Competitive Products Selling and Marketing Techniques Hands-on Actuator Assembly, Disassembly, Mounting and End-Stop Adjustment Question and Answer Session Final Test
Students should be involved with the purchase, application, marketing, sales or service/maintenance of Hytork products.
This 3-day class provides a solid grounding in valve automation solutions in general with detailed and specific information given on the range of actuators and control accessories available from Hytork. Classes are tailored to fit specific student requirements.
2728 Incident Analysis 0.7 In-Class
ESH Management Theory Human Behavior The Incident Analysis Process Interviewing Techniques Practice Cases
This course is for process safety personnel who participate in or lead incident investigation teams. This one-day, instructor-led course uses a combination of lecture, discussion, and hands-on exercises to teach the skills necessary to effectively function as the leader of an incident investigation committee, and to analyze incidents in a systematic manner that assures improvement of the process that generated the incident.  
1102 Industrial Regulator Technician 2.1 In-Class
Self-Operated Regulators Pilot-Operated Regulators Overpressure Protection including Series Regulation, Monitors, and Slam Shut Options Regulator Failure Analysis nbsp Installation Guidelines Tank Blanketing
At least one year's experience in the field of industrial regulators is recommended.
This 3-day course is designed primarily for technicians responsible for the installation and maintenance of industrial regulators. Emphasizing hands-on training, this course teaches students to install and adjust regulators. Students who complete this course will be able to do the following Perform maintenance on regulators understand field problems.
eDVS23 Installing DeltaV Virtual Studio 2.3 0.1 On-Line 24X7
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to identify the various installation steps including Installing Windows Server 2012 Installing Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 Creating a domain in Server 2012 Installing the required software components Using the automated configuration tools to configure the storage area network device, or SAN device, and create a failover cluster Creating a virtualized ProfessionalPLUS Using a USB to Network device for the DeltaV Dongle And creating a DeltaV Operator Station
Control System/IT administration experience.
This course is designed for control system administrators, IT administrators, or any other personnel installing DeltaV Virtual Studio 2.3. This 1 hour (average duration) on-line course shows the process of installing a DeltaV Virtualization (DeltaV Virtual Studio 2.3) solution. This video is not intended to be a video installation manual, but does attempt to show important installation details to the viewer. Viewers are encouraged to have a copy of the DeltaV Virtualization Planning and Installation guide when watching the video to better follow and understand the methods and procedures in completing a DeltaV Virtualization installation. The latest DeltaV Virtualization system planning and installation documentation should be available through the Emerson Guardian and Foundation Support website.
2320 Instrument Fundamentals Overview 2.1 In-Class
4-20 mA Electrical loops Pressure Sensors Pressure Instruments Temperature Sensors Temperature Instruments Analog Transmitters Smart Transmitters HART Communication Protocol Field Communicator DP Flow Magnetic Flow Meters Vortex Flow Meters Guided Wave Radar Level Instruments Non-Contacting Radar Level Instruments
Students should have experience with process instrumentation and measurements.
This course is intended for engineers and other persons responsible for the selection and installation of instruments for measurement types of Pressure, Temperature, Level, and Flow. This 3-day course explains the measurement technology for Pressure, Temperature, Flow and Level instruments. It will also emphasis proper installation of these instruments.
1710 Instrument Technician 3.2 In-Class
Actuators and Bench Set Controller Tuning Current to Pneumatic (I/P) Transducers Instrument Terminology Pneumatic Temperature Controllers (Filled Bulb) Pneumatic Pressure Controllers Pneumatic and Electro-Pneumatic Positioners nbsp Pneumatic Displacer Level Controllers FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller Pneumatic and FIELDVUE Digital Level Controller
Some experience in electronic and pneumatic instrument maintenance and calibration would be helpful.
This course is for instrument technicians and others, responsible for pneumatic and electronic instrument calibration, installation and troubleshooting. This course covers the principles of operation, calibration and installation procedures for electronic and pneumatic instruments. Computer process simulations, live loops and hands-on workshops demonstrate loop dynamics. Students will calibrate a variety of pneumatic and electronic instruments correctly perform installation procedures perform basic troubleshooting, basic nbsp ontroller tuning, positioner and FIELDVUE nbsp nbsp digital valve controller application
2074 Intermediate AMS™ Suite Machinery Health Manager 2.8 In-Class
• PeakVue™ Technology • Vibration Analysis module • Reporting Module • Exception Analysis • Nspectr • BMview This course is based on the current mass release of the AMS Machinery Manager software. Students can call to verify if the course is appropriate to the version they are using. Infrared Analysis, Motorview, CSI On-line Machinery Health Monitor and Oilview modules are covered in other course offerings and are not part of this course.
Intro to AMS Machinery Health Manager (course # 2068), Basic Vibration Analysis course or 6 months vibration analysis experience are recommended.
This 4-day course teaches some of the more advanced machinery analysis techniques available in AMS Suite Machinery Health Manager Software. This course focuses more on analysis and reporting with the use of nbsp Vibration Analysis module, Reporting module, Exception Analysis, PeakVue™ technology and full version of RBMview.
2074V Intermediate AMS™ Suite Machinery Health Manager Virtual Classroom 2.8 Virtual
• PeakVue™ Technology • Vibration Analysis module • Reporting Module • Exception Analysis • Nspectr • BMview This course is based on the current mass release of the AMS Machinery Manager software. Students can call to verify if the course is appropriate to the version they are using. Infrared Analysis, Motorview, CSI On-line Machinery Health Monitor and Oilview modules are covered in other course offerings and are not part of this course.
Intro to AMS Machinery Health Manager (course # 2068), Basic Vibration Analysis course or 6 months vibration analysis experience are recommended.
This 4-day course teaches some of the more advanced machinery analysis techniques available in AMS Suite Machinery Health Manager Software. This course focuses more on analysis and reporting with the use of nbsp Vibration Analysis module, Reporting module, Exception Analysis, PeakVue™ technology and full version of RBMview.
2032 Intermediate Vibration Analysis/Category II Compliant 2.8 In-Class
• Equipment testing and diagnostics • Reference standards • Reporting and documentation • Fault severity determination • Analyzer averaging techniques • Sensor selection guidelines • Introduction to demodulation and PeakVue™ technology • Advanced waveform analysis • Sideband analysis • Rolling element bearing failure modes • Advanced electrical analysis techniques • Pump/fan vibration • Phase analysis using single and dual channel • Perform basic single-plane field balancing
Basic Vibration Analysis course and a cumulative 18 months of field experience are recommended.
This course complies with Category II Vibration Analyst per ISO standard 18436-2 Vibration condition monitoring and diagnostics. Category II vibration analysts are expected to be able to select appropriate vibration measurement techniques, set up instruments for basic resolution of amplitude, frequency, and time, perform basic spectrum analysis, maintain a database of results and trends, perform single-channel impact tests, classify, interpret, and evaluate test results in accordance with applicable specifications and standards, recommend minor corrective actions, and understand basic single plane field balancing concepts. This course also features the use of the CSI 2130 Machinery Analyzer in conjunction with advanced machinery analysis techniques. Discussions of case histories on machinery faults are one of the focal points of this course.
R4105 Introduction to 700XA and 1500XA Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
• Reviewing Chromatography Principles • Understanding Chemistry, Flow nbsp Configuration, and Gas Systems • Reviewing Sample Systems nbsp • Working with Chromatograph Hardware • Setting Timed Events, Retention Times, and Response Factors • Understanding Data Calculations • Reading Chromatograms • Calibrating a Gas Chromatograph
None
This 3-day course gives students a basic understanding of how a 700XA and 1500XA gas chromatograph works, emphasizing chromatograph fundamentals and basic theory.
2068 Introduction to AMS™ Suite Machinery Health Manager 2.8 In-Class
• Navigation • Database creation • Data collection • Basic analysis and reporting • Link to RBMview This course is based on the current mass release of the AMS Machinery Manager software. Students can call to verify if the course is appropriate to the version they are using. Advanced Vibration Analysis module, Infrared Analysis, Motorview, CSI On-line Machinery Health Monitor and Oilview modules are covered in other course offerings and are not part of this course.
Computer experience with the Windows operating system and some vibration analysis experience are recommended.
This 4-day course was designed for the new users of AMS Machinery Manager. Students learn methods of database creation and vital features of route creation such as collecting reference data, analyzer/computer communication, and the basic concepts of Analysis Parameter Sets, Alarm Limit Sets, and Fault Frequency Sets. A machinery analyzer is used to demo the process of nbsp loading routes for data collection. nbsp This course will also include a basic overview of the vibration plotting application and reporting functions.
2068V Introduction to AMS™ Suite Machinery Health Manager Virtual Classroom 2.8 Virtual
• Navigation • Database creation • Data collection • Basic analysis and reporting • Link to RBMview This course is based on the current mass release of the AMS Machinery Manager software. Students can call to verify if the course is appropriate to the version they are using. Advanced Vibration Analysis module, Infrared Analysis, Motorview, CSI On-line Machinery Health Monitor and Oilview modules are covered in other course offerings and are not part of this course.
Computer experience with the Windows operating system and some vibration analysis experience are recommended.
This 4-day course was designed for the new users of AMS Machinery Manager. Students learn methods of database creation and vital features of route creation such as collecting reference data, analyzer/computer communication, and the basic concepts of Analysis Parameter Sets, Alarm Limit Sets, and Fault Frequency Sets. A machinery analyzer is used to demo the process of nbsp loading routes for data collection.. nbsp This course will also include a basic overview of the vibration plotting application and reporting functions.
REL003 Introduction to Developing Reliability-Based Maintenance Strategies 0 In-Class
• Maintenance strategy models • Basic RCM techniques • .PM task selection • Basic PM tools • PM program design • PM development principles • PM scheduling techniques • PM program monitoring
An introduction to the basic maintenance strategy model that will act as the foundation for developing RCM techniques, choosing and deploying PMs and creating an effective maintenance strategy to support an efficient maintenance environment. The duration of this course is two days.
e1500 Introduction to Fisher Control Valves 0.1 On-Line 24X7
Basic Terminology of Control Valve Types Uses of Control Valves Role of the Control Valve in Industrial Process Inherent Flow Characteristics Entities that Define Codes and Standards for Final Control Devices
R4110 Introduction to Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
Chromatography Principles Chemistry, Flow Configuration, and Carrier Calibration Gas Systems Sample Systems Basic Analyzer Hardware Timed Events, Retention Times, and Response Factors nbsp Data Calculations and Control Parameters Reading Chromatograms Identifying Gas Components Calibrating a Gas Analyzer Basic Software Operation
This 3-day course gives students a basic understanding of how a gas chromatograph works in process applications. nbsp This course will emphasize chromatograph fundamentals and basic theory. All necessary equipment and important handouts will be provided.
R4100 Introduction to Model 500 and 700 Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
• Reviewing Basic Chromatography Principles • Understanding Chemistry, Flow Configuration, and Gas Systems • Understanding Basic Sample Systems • Working with Chromatograph Hardware • Setting Timed Events, Retention Times, and Response Factors • Understanding Data Calculations • Identifying Problems Using Chromatograms
None
This 3-day course provides students with a basic understanding of how a gas chromatograph works, emphasizing chromatograph fundamentals and basic theory.
D4100 Introduction to Model 500 and 700 Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
Basic Chromatography Principles and Their Application to Gas Measurement Basic Chemistry, Flow Configuration and Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems Basic Sample Systems Basic Chromatograph Hardware Timed Events, Retention Times, Response Factors Data Calculations and Control Parameters Using Chromatograms to Identify Problems Identifying Gas Components Calibrating a Gas Chromatograph Operation of MON Software
The only prerequisites are basic computer skills.
This 3-day course provides students with a basic understanding of how a gas chromatograph works, emphasizing chromatograph fundamentals and basic theory. DMS provides an experienced on-site instructor as well as all necessary equipment and handouts for the course.
D4120 Introduction to Natural Gas Orifice Measurement 0 In-Class
Introduction and Overview Definition of Flow Measurement and a Brief History and Coverage of Common Terms Used in Gas Measurement Introduction to Types of Meters Positive Displacement Inferential Head Turbine Others Standards for Gas Measurement Principles of Meter Operation and Systems Positive Displacement Flow Requirements Measurement System (Readout) Meter Details Orifice Nozzle Positive Displacement Ultrasonic Vortex Shedding Target Other Secondary System Details Mechanical Electronic Accuracy nbsp Source of Inaccuracy System Summary Accuracy Economics
This 3-day course covers basic principals, application, operation, calculation, and maintenance of meters used in the measurement of gas with emphasis on natural gas. The course is designed for engineers, field technicians and accounting personnel. Practical examples of real metering facilities will be covered.
REL004 Introduction to Planning and Scheduling Principles 0 In-Class
• Planning and Scheduling World Class Model o Advantages of the Planning Process o Characteristics of the Planning and Scheduling World Class Model o Characteristics of Planning and Scheduling World Class Model o Ratios of Planner, Scheduler and Supervisor to Craftsmen o Use and benefit of Predictive Maintenance Technologies o Material Management impact on Planning and Scheduling • Planning Principles o Planning Fundamentals o Basic Job Plan requirements o Requirements of basic Job Plan writing o Importance of Quantitative Preventative Maintenance tasks o Basic Job Plan writing amp estimating o Work Requests vs. Work Orders • Scheduling Principles o Criteria of Scheduling Priorities o Criteria for PM Schedule Development o Scheduling Fundamentals o Relationship Between Resource Availability and Resource Allocation • Planning and Scheduling Program Monitoring • Successful Implementation of the Planning and Scheduling Model • Quality Program Performance Measures • Selection and Utilization of an Integrated • CMMS System
An introductory course designed to provide participants with an understanding of the fundamentals of creating and maintaining an efficient planning and scheduling program. The course duration is two days.
9000 Introduction to Process Control 3.2 In-Class
• nbsp Process Control Terminology and Symbols • nbsp Process Loop Introduction • nbsp Measurement Instrumentation for nbsp nbsp nbsp - Flow - Level - Temp - Pressure • Instrument Calibration Concepts • nbsp Final Control Elements - Control Valves nbsp nbsp nbsp - Actuators - Control Valve Instrumentation • nbsp Introduction to Loop Dynamics, Tuning and Control
None. This is an intro course.
This Fisher course is for students that have little or no process experience. This course provides those new to the field with the basic, overall fluid process controls knowledge they need to better understand the function ofautomated control loops. nbsp Aspects of process control (measurement devices, controllers, final control elements, and fundamental control methods) are covered by classroom presentations and laboratory exercises that are intended to familiarize students with the function and application of the wide variety of equipment commonly found in process plants.
2039 Introduction to Windows- Based ODS/Modal 2.8 In-Class
• Building of the wireframe model • Measurement considerations • Collecting ODS data with and without a tachometer reference • Utilizing an impact hammer with the CSI 2130 Advanced Dual-Channel DLP • Interpretation of results
Knowledge of dual-channel analyzers and at least one year of full-time vibration analysis experience is recommended.
This 4-day course is designed to teach Operating Deflection Shape (ODS) and Modal Analysis software. This course uses the CSI 2130 single- and dual-channel Machinery Health Analyzers to teach the practical concepts of ODS/modal measurement techniques and display options. The modal course is introductory and will not cover theory or mathematical background.
2019 IR Thermography Level I, with Certification Exam 2.8 In-Class
Special Topics covered include • Physics of infrared energy • Components of infrared light • System components and data collection • Setting acceptance criteria for electrical and mechanical components • Data storage, trending, and reports • System coordination with other PdM technologies • Built-up roofs Optional IR Level I Certification Exam – no charge.
None
This 4-day class is intended for personnel who have limited or no experience in infrared thermography analysis and diagnostics. Emerson thermography courses meet or exceed Level 1 ASNTTC- 1A recommended practices. Successful completion of the courses and passing of optional examinations may lead to Level I or Level II certification.
2018 IR Thermography Software for AMS Machinery Health Manager 2.1 In-Class
• AMS Machinery Manager overview • Thermographic database setup management • Thermographic route management • File transfer to/from IR imager • IR event collection • Image viewing and event reporting • IR analysis tools • IR reporting • Case history compilation
Computer experience with the Windows operating system is recommended.
This 3-day course is designed for maintenance personnel who want to learn to incorporate infrared-related data into AMS Machinery Manager Software. The Infrared analysis component establishes the foundation and provides the tools required for a sound thermography inspection program. The Infrared Analysis component helps identify the equipment to be scanned, the monitoring schedule, and other information needed to construct a database that defines the monitoring procedures for your program.
2092 Laser Alignment for CSI 2130 1.8 In-Class
• Alignment What is it? Why? • Required pre-shutdown checks • Pre-alignment checks and corrections • The science and art of alignment • Tools amp techniques for moving equipment • Time-savers • User of CSI laser alignment product line with CSI 2130 Machinery Health Analyzer • Alignment information • Management systems methods and advantages
None
This 2.5-day class is intended for personnel who have limited or no alignment experience. The course provides training on shaft alignment using CSI laser alignment product line with focus on the CSI 2130 Machinery Health Analyzer. This course includes hands-on training with horizontal alignment and vertical alignment demonstrators and covers management of an alignment program using the AMS Machinery Health Manager software.
2096 Laser Alignment for CSI 2140 1.8 In-Class
• Alignment What is it? Why? • Required pre-shutdown checks • Pre-alignment checks and corrections • The science and art of alignment • Tools amp techniques for moving equipment • Time-savers • User of CSI laser alignment product line with CSI 2140 Machinery Health Analyzer • Alignment information • Management systems methods and advantages
None
This 2.5-day class is intended for personnel who have limited or no alignment experience. The course provides training on shaft alignment using CSI laser alignment product line with focus on the CSI 2140 Machinery Health Analyzer. This course includes hands-on training with horizontal alignment and vertical alignment demonstrators and covers management of an alignment program using the AMS Machinery Health Manager software.
2082 Level I & Level 2 Lubrication 2.1 In-Class
• The productive lubricant analysis program • Analyzing oil data • Identifying common types of wear debris, their origins, and corrective actions • The importance of contamination control • Designing sampling, storage and handling procedures • The components of RBM lubrication program • Methods for extending machine life • The importance of Wear Debris Analysis and • Contamination Control • Lubricant consolidation • Establishing alarms Optional Level I amp Level II Lubrication Certification exams will be administered at the end of the course for no charge
None
This 3-day course is designed for individuals who have limited or no oil analysis experience. Guidelines and instruction for starting an oil analysis program will be provided. The course focuses on the basic properties of lubricants and lubricant specifications including additive packages. An overview of laboratory testing methods and interpretation of test data is taught. In addition, instruction is provided on proper storage and handling of new, unused lubricants, as well as sample point identification and best practices for collecting samples from machinery. Basic contamination control and wear debris analysis and identification is covered. The focus of the level two portion of the course is the use of oil analysis with other predictive technologies to enhance a machinery health program. Machine life extension and reduction of unscheduled downtime will be covered in depth. Training includes introductions to lubricant engineering, failure concepts, and failure prevention. Information will be provided on greases and synthetic lubricants, including advantages and applications. The importance of Wear Debris Analysis and contamination control and their impact on reliability will be stressed. Guidelines and step-by-step procedures will be offered for consolidating lubricants, setting alarm limits, as well as managing and enhancing existing lubrication programs.
9006 Loop Tuning Short Course 1.4 In-Class
• nbsp Load Upsets Process Noise • nbsp Self Regulating Process • nbsp Integrating Process (Level) • nbsp Valve Deadband and Stick/Slip • nbsp Limit Cycling Baseline Controller Tuning • nbsp Trial and Error Tuning / Lambda Tuning • nbsp Process Time Constant, Deadtime, and Gain • nbsp Positioner Application Guidelines
None
This Fisher course is designed for those who have the job responsibility of tuning or monitoring industrial process control loops. Students will learn to tune controllers to meet the needs of each loop. Students will practice tuning on process simulation software using tuning methods that do not require calculations. The baseline method requires knowledge of the type of process, and the trial and error method requires making small setpoint bumps and changing controller gain and reset to meet the desired loop performance. Students will also learn open loop response testing and Lambda tuning to obtain greater loop accuracy, stability, and predictability.
REL008 Maintenance Management 101/201 0 In-Class
• Introduction • Elements of a Proactive Maintenance Philosophy o Equipment Failures Are Unacceptable o Important Work vs. Urgent Work o The Maintenance-Operations Partnership o The Importance of Good Data o Entropy as It Applies to Maintenance o Precision Maintenance - The Last Frontier o The System Wins Every Time o Effective Methods for Reducing Maintenance Costs • Processes that Must Be in Place o Build a Solid Foundation First o The Work Management System o Planning o Scheduling o Storeroom Inventory Management o The Importance of Predictive Maintenance • Organizational Structure Considerations o Why Reliability Engineers Are Critical o The Importance of Field Supervision o The Importance of Procedures
It is well documented that managing the maintenance function in a proactive rather than a reactive manner results in lower costs and superior asset performance. This is easy to say but difficult to do in actual practice. This course will explore twenty of the most basic fundamentals that every Maintenance Manager must have in place in order to make a proactive maintenance organization a reality. The course duration is one day.
REL006 Materials Management Strategies 0 In-Class
• Introduction o Maintenance Storeroom Purpose o Maintenance Storeroom Functions and Expectations o Meeting Expectations • Purpose and Strategic Importance o Role of Stores o Best Practices to Achieve Effective Stores Management and Implement Reliability • Organizing for Maintenance Stores and Management Control o Inventory Management Key Elements o Inventory Record Accuracy (IRA) o Storeroom Access and Control o Inventory Catalog • Stores Management Tools o Stores/Inventory Cost o Obsolete Parts and Location o Stores Control Methods o The Replenishment Process o Inventory Record Accuracy (IRA) Benefits • High Performance Stores o Storeroom Best Practice Guidelines o Quality Control • Stores KPI Metrics and World Class Benchmarks
An introductory course designed to provide participants instructions about how to manage, organize, and control inventory risk through strategic MRO inventory management. The course duration is two days.
2386 Micro Motion 3098 Gas Specific Gravity 0.7 In-Class
Explain the Principle of Operation for how a Micro Motion 3098 Gas Specific Gravity Meter Works and the Function of the Key Components Learn the Installation Best Practices for Orienting, Mounting, Piping and Wiring the 3098 Configure the 3098 and Perform the Required Field Calibration Learn a Step by Step Process to Perform Basic Troubleshooting of the Most Common Issues Customers Encounter
None required. However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of the behavior/properties of gases and gas density measurement are helpful. nbsp Basic electricity, analog amp frequency signal processing knowledge are also assumed.
This course is intended for anyone that is involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a Micro Motion 3098 Gas Specific Gravity meter. nbsp Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers . This 1-day course consists of a blend of lectures and hands-on exercises that cover an overview of the operating principle, key components and applications of a 3098 Micro Motion Gas Specific Gravity meter. The process of commissioning a 3098 is covered including installation, wiring, configuration and field calibration at initial startup. nbsp Troubleshooting of commonly seen issues is also covered. nbsp This course includes hands on demonstrations. nbsp
2352 Micro Motion Comprehensive Product Training 2.1 In-Class
Principles of Operation Installation Recommendations Transmitter Configuration Sensor Calibration Extensive Troubleshooting Flowloop Demonstrations amp Plant Tour
This 3-day class covers the installation, Configuration and calibration of the Micro Motion metering system. Students will learn the Series 1000/2000 transmitters using ProLink III, FC375 and the Series 3000 interface devices. Students will perform a master reset, use ProLink III to configure the Series 1000/2000, Perform a flow calibration, and solve troubleshooting problems. On the third day, based on student need, we will cover one or all of the following topics RFT9739 transmitter, T-Series, H-Series, Series 3000 platform.
2380 Micro Motion Comprehensive Product Training - Field 1.4 In-Class
Explain the Fundamentals for how a Micro Motion Coriolis Meter Works and the Function of the Key Components Learn the Installation Best Practices for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the Sensor and Transmitter Configure the Metering System to Measure Flow, Density and Temperature for Various nbsp Applications Learn a Step by Step Process to Perform Basic Troubleshooting of the Most Common Meter and Process Issues
None required. nbsp However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog and frequency signal processing are assumed. nbsp
This class is intended for anyone that is involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a Micro Motion flow and density meter. nbsp Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers. This 2-day field class covers the same materials that are covered in the 2352 course held at Micro Motion headquarters, in Boulder, Colorado. nbsp It is a blend of lectures and hands-on exercises that cover the installation, configuration and calibration of the Micro Motion metering system. nbsp Students will learn the Series 1000/2000/3000 transmitters using these configuration tools Prolink III, HC475, AMS or Display Interface. nbsp Students will perform a master reset and use Prolink III to configure the Series 1000/2000/3000, perform a flow calibration check and learn how to diagnose and solve troubleshooting problems. nbsp When the class is taught at a customer site the class can be customized to cover RFT9739/9739MVD transmitter with F-Series, T Series or R Series Sensors.
2384 Micro Motion Coriolis and Rosemount Smart 8700 Magnetic Flowmeters 0.7 In-Class
After attending the course the student will be able to do the following for both Micro Motion’s Coriolis and Rosemount 8700 Magnetic flowmeters Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for How Each Flowmeter Works and the Function of the Key Components Basic Understanding of the Installation Best nbsp Practices for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the Sensor and Transmitter Perform a Basic Configuration of the nbsp nbsp Metering System for Various Applications Diagnose and Know How to Correct the Most nbsp Common Meter and Process Issues  
Some prior experience working with Micro Motion Coriolis amp Rosemount 8700 Magnetic flowmeters is recommended. However students with no past experience can also benefit. A basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog and frequency signal processing.
This combined class is intended anyone that is involved with properly configuring and troubleshooting a Micro Motion flow and density meter and Rosemount 8700 Smart Magnetic Flowmeters. Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers. This 1-day field class provides hands-on training on both the Coriolis and Magnetic Flowmeters. Typically 2/3 of the course time is spent on Micro Motion’s Coriolis meter and 1/3 on Rosemount’s 8700 Magnetic Flowmeter. Theory of operation, meter components and installation of each flowmeter are covered. The focus of the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and troubleshooting best practices. Students will learn the Micro Motion Series 1000/2000 transmitters using one of these configuration tools Prolink III, HC475, AMS Device Manager or Series 3000 display interface devices. nbsp Public field classes typically use Prolink III for configuring the Micro Motion transmitters and the HC475 will be used for the Rosemount 8700 Magnetic flowmeter. Customers can choose which configuration device is used for classes held at their site.
2387 Micro Motion Coriolis and Rosemount Smart 8800 Vortex Flowmeters 0.7 In-Class
Students will be able to do the following for both Micro Motion’s Coriolis and Rosemount 8800 Vortex flowmeters Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for How Each Flowmeter Works and the Function of the Key Components Basic Understanding of the Installation Best Practices for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring nbsp the Sensor and Transmitter Perform a Basic Configuration of the Metering System for Various Applications Diagnose and Know How to Correct the Most nbsp Common Meter and Process Issues
Some prior experience with Micro Motion Coriolis amp Rosemount 8800 Vortex flowmeters. nbsp A basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog and frequency signal processing.
This combined class is intended anyone that is involved with properly configuring and troubleshooting a Micro Motion flow and density meter and Rosemount 8800 Smart Vortex Flowmeters. Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers. This1-day field class provides hands-on training on both the Coriolis and Vortex Flowmeters. nbsp Typically 2/3 of the course time is spent on Micro Motion’s Coriolis meter and 1/3 on Rosemount’s 8800 Vortex Flowmeter. Theory of operation, meter components and installation of each flowmeter are covered. nbsp The focus of the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and troubleshooting best practices. Students will learn the Micro Motion Series 1000/2000 transmitters using one of these configuration tools Prolink III, HC475, AMS Device Manager or Series 3000 display interface devices. Public field classes typically use Prolink III for configuring the Micro Motion transmitters and the HC475 will be used for the Rosemount 8800 Vortex flowmeter. nbsp Customers can choose which configuration device is used for classes held at their site. nbsp
2339C Micro Motion Coriolis Short Course 0.4 In-Class
Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for How a nbsp Micro Motion Coriolis Meter Works and the Function of the Key Components Have a basic understanding of the nbsp nbsp Installation Best Practices for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the Sensor and Transmitter Perform a Basic Configuration of the Metering System to Measure Flow, Density and Temperature for Various Applications Diagnose and Know how to Correct the Most Common Meter and Process Issues
Some prior experience working with Micro Motion Coriolis meters is recommended. Students with no past experience can benefit if their learning objectives are to get a basic intro to operation, installation, configuration and troubleshooting. nbsp For all attendees, it is assumed they have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog and frequency signal processing.
This class is intended as a refresher course for anyone that is involved with properly configuring and troubleshooting a Micro Motion flow and density meter. nbsp Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers. nbsp This class is also intended to be taught as two, ½ day repeat sessions to accommodate customers who need to train their entire department but must also maintain the operation of their plant by scheduling their employees between an AM/PM training sessions. nbsp This ½-day field class is a condensed version of the 2358 course briefly reviewing the theory of operation, meter components and installation. The focus of the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and troubleshooting of the Micro Motion metering system. nbsp Students will learn the Series 1000/2000 transmitters using one of these nbsp configuration tools Prolink III, HC475, AMS and Series 3000 display interface devices. Public field classes typically use Prolink III.Customers can choose which configuration device is used for classes held at their site. nbsp
2381 Micro Motion Modbus Digital Communication 0.7 In-Class
Series 2000 and 3000 Digital Transmitters Installation Recommendations MODUS Only nbsp nbsp Flowloop Simulations using the DeltaV System and other PLCs Extensive Troubleshooting
Students should have completed Micro Motion Comprehensive Product Training, Course 2352, or have equivalent knowledge or experience. No prior knowledge of digital communications is required.
This 1-day course is appropriate for personnel who have any of the following responsibilities   installing a Micro Motion transmitter on an nbsp RS-485 network configuring, calibrating, operating, or nbsp troubleshooting a Micro Motion transmitter nbsp nbsp using Modbus protocol setting up a Modbus host or PLC to nbsp communicate with a Micro Motion nbsp nbsp transmitter writing programs that use Modbus protocol nbsp to communicate with Micro Motion transmitters   Students will learn the Modbus communications model, including RS-485 network requirements, memory structure, datatypes, functions, character framing, and message framing. Students will use Micro Motion's Modbus documentation set and a Modbus tool to configure transmitter features, read process data, reset totals, read and acknowledge alarms, analyze diagnostic registers, zero the flowmeter, perform a loop test, and manage a batch process.
e2353 Micro Motion Online Instrument & Electrical (I&E) Technician 0.6 On-Line 24X7
The lessons are organized as follows Coriolis Meter Fundamentals Wiring Sensor to Transmitter Connection amp Use of Configuration Tools with 2700 Transmitter Configure Process Measurements Integrate the Meter with the Control/Operating System Configure Device Options amp Meter Information Final Checkout
This online training is targeted for individuals who startup and maintenance Micro Motion Coriolis meters. Typical job functions include maintenance and instrument technicians or engineers. This course is made up of a total 26 topics that cover basic installation, wiring and configuration of a Micro Motion 2700 transmitter with configurable input/outputs and any compatible Micro Motion sensor series.   Each module has a short overview of each step of the commissioning process followed by modules that provide the viewer an interactive experience for using the four configuration tools ProLink III, AMS Device Manager, HC475 Field Communicator or integral display.
2351 Micro Motion Sensors and RFT9739 or 9739MVD Transmitter 0.7 In-Class
After attending this course the student will be able to do the following Explain the Fundamentals for how a Micro nbsp Motion Coriolis Meter works and the Function of the Key Components Learn the Installation Best Practices for nbsp nbsp Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the Sensor nbsp and Transmitter Configure the RFT9739 or 9739MVD to nbsp Measure Flow, Density and Temperature for Their Application Learn a Step by Step Process to Perform nbsp Basic Troubleshooting of the Most Common nbsp nbsp Meter and Process Issues
None required. nbsp However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of the behavior/properties of gases and gas density measurement are helpful. nbsp Basic nbsp nbsp electricity, analog amp frequency signal processing knowledge are also assumed.
This course is intended for anyone that is involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a Micro Motion Coriolis flow and density meter. nbsp Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers. This 1-day course consists of a blend of lectures and hands-on exercises that cover the installation, configuration, calibration checks and troubleshooting of Micro Motion ELITE , F-Series and D sensors with the RFT9739 or 9739MVD nbsp transmitters and peripherals. nbsp This course includes hands-on exercises. Courses held at customer specified sites can be customized to address specific transmitters and configuration tools. nbsp Public registration classes cover a broader range of equipment based on the needs of the attendees.
2358 Micro Motion Series 1000 and 2000 0.7 In-Class
Principles of Operation Installation Recommendations Transmitter Configuration Sensor Calibration Troubleshooting
This 1-day course covers the installation, configuration, and calibration of Micro Motion sensors with the Series 1000/2000 transmitters and peripherals. This course includes hands-on exercises.
2110 MLT Process Gas Analyzers 0 In-Class
Overview of MLT Theory of Operation Installation Configuration and Calibration Maintenance and Troubleshooting
This 3-day course uses lectures and hands on service training on the relationship of MLT analyzers, platforms and other menu structures. nbsp The course will instruct the student on how to install, maintain and troubleshoot the MLT series of analyzers. Application and selection will be briefly covered including the hazardous area requirements. Students will nbsp identify modules and their functionality understand the basic theory of operation set up software variables for proper calibration and operation understand use software diagnostics to troubleshoot problems
R4310 Model 500 and 1000A Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
Chromatograph Flow Configurations Valve Overhaul Thermal Conductivity, Flame Ionization, and Flame Photometric Detectors Sample/Carrier/Calibration Gas Systems 2350A Controller Hardware Installing and Using MON Software for nbsp Integration and Calibration Setting Timed Events, Retention Times, and Response Factor Calculations Startup Procedures Setting Valve Timing and Flows with nbsp Different Flow Configurations Checking for Proper Separation and Analyzing Gas Chromatographs Verifying that the Chromatograph is nbsp Operating Properly Troubleshooting the Chromatograph and nbsp 2350A Controller Configuring Reporting Details and Control nbsp Outputs Preventive Maintenance Service Procedures Communications and Modbus Registers Spare Parts and Tools
Operation and Maintenance of Gas Chromatographs’ course.
This 5-day course is most valuable to those with three years of chromatography experience, or those who have completed the introductory ‘Operation and Maintenance of Gas Chromatographs’ course. Participants will develop an advanced understanding of gas chromatograph operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Training becomes customized when students present application information. Given that data, the experienced instructor will look closely at specific applications and offer participants insight.
D4330 Model 700 Advanced Gas Chromatograph 0 In-Class
Chromatograph Flow Configurations Valve Overhaul Thermal Conductivity, Flame Ionization and Flame Photometric Detectors Sample, Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems Model 700 Hardware Installing and Using MON Software for Integration and Calibration Setting Timed Events, Retention Times and Response Factor Calculations Start-Up Procedures Setting Valve Timing and Flows with Different Flow Configurations Checking for Proper Separation and Analyzing Gas Chromatographs Verifying that the Chromatograph is Operating Properly Troubleshooting the Model 700 GC Configuring Reporting Details/Control Outputs Preventative Maintenance Service Procedures Communications and Modbus Registers Spare Parts and Tools  
D4210 Operation and Maintenance of Gas Chromatographs. Students should also be proficient in personal computer operations and have a basic knowledge of flow measurement.
This 5-day course is most valuable to those with three years of chromatography experience, or those who have completed the introductory Daniel Operation and Maintenance of Gas Chromatogrpahs course. Participants will develop and advanced understanding of gas chromatograph operation, troubleshooting and maintenance. Training even becomes "customized" when students present a chromatograph sales order number and application information. Given that datam the experienced Daniel instructor will look closely at specific applications and offer participants even more insight.
2345 Model 3095FB Modbus 0.7 In-Class
Overview and Principles of Operation Flow Fundamentals Bench Testing the Modbus Transmitter Rosemount Configurator User Interface Operation Sensor Trims Installation and Start-Up Troubleshooting and Maintenance Modbus Communication, Configuration, and Integration
Knowledge of basic pressure, temperature, and flow instrumentation. Basic Modbus knowledge helpful.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration, and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3095 Modbus Transmitters.   This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to teach the student how to install, configure, calibrate, and maintain the Rosemount Model 3095 Modbus Transmitters.   The student will also learn the operation and interface capabilities of the Rosemount Configurator User Interface Software. Students who complete this course will be able to   explain the principles of operation of the transmitter configure and test using the Rosemount Configurator User Interface software properly install, calibrate and troubleshoot the transmitters properly configure the transmitters Modbus parameters
ROXMPFM2 MPFM - Multiphase Meter 0 In-Class
Introduction to Multiphase nbsp - Metering of the Oil and Gas Production nbsp - Purpose of the Multiphase Meters nbsp - Multiphase Flow and Terminology nbsp - Roxar Multiphase Sensors and Electronics Measurement Technology nbsp - Overview of the Measurement System nbsp - Meas. Principles Used in Roxar MPFM nbsp - Determination of the Flow Rates nbsp - Velocity Measurements nbsp - Pressure, Temperature and Volume nbsp - Verification of the Measurements nbsp nbsp - What Factors Have a Vital Importance for nbsp Design and Process Calculation? Operations nbsp - Overview of the Operation System nbsp - Service Console Program (SCP) nbsp - Communication Set-Up nbsp - Reference Fluid Parameter Set-Up nbsp - Well Test Options nbsp - Overview of Recommended Maintenance nbsp Maintenance nbsp - Overview of Recommended Maintenance nbsp - MPFM Systems Maintenance nbsp - Calibration and Updates PVTx nbsp - Overview of the Roxar Tempest PVTx nbsp nbsp - Program Fluid Analysis Import Tables
Some experience with instrumentation would be helpful. In order to gain the maximum benefit of the course we recommend that each participant gets acquainted with Handbook of Multiphase Metering available for download on www.nfogm.no (under documents section) or completes an online course on the same website under NFOGM Metering School. nbsp
The aim of this 2-day training is to enable participants to take full advantage of the meter in real applications. Upon completion of the course participants should be able to efficiently run Roxar meters on their own including delivering on-site quality reliable data without supervision, having enough self confidence to do normal routine maintenance, fault finding and troubleshooting.
RA423 Network Communications and Troubleshooting 2.1 In-Class
Overview of OpenBSI Software Utilities BSAP Protocol Message Structure ControlWave Designer Communications System Variables Hands-On Communications Troubleshooting nbsp
Successful completion of the ControlWave Designer Fundamentals course. Participants should have a working knowl edge of their application/process. nbsp Participants must be familiar with Windows XP or later versions.
System Engineers who are responsible for installing and configuring the OpenBSI software for SCADA nbsp   A hands-on course that covers the hardware, network configurations, and network tuning in a OpenBSI network of RTUs and measurement devices. nbsp This course will equip you with the necessary knowledge and practices needed to optimize network communications. Learn how to troubleshoot and make necessary configuration adjustments using OpenBSI application programs, monitor live data, perform diagnostics and communication statistics.
2107 NGA 2000 Process Gas Analyzers 0 In-Class
NGA Overview NGA as a System NGA Testing NGA Start-Up and Installation
This 5-day course consists of 1-day per selected analyzer NGA Platform nbsp NGA CLD nbsp NGA WCLD nbsp NGA FID nbsp NGA HFID   Lectures and hands-on service training are are provided on how to install, maintain, and troubleshoot the NGA series of analyzers. nbsp Students who complete this course will identify individual modules and their functionality understand the basic theory of operation of each module set up software variables for proper calibration and operation understand and properly use software diagnostics
OV366 Nitro Report Building 0 Virtual
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Describe the basic functions of the security incident and event management tool • Identify the differences between signature and normalized ids, and how they are important to reporting. • Identify the templates available and how they relate to different regulations and determine the most useful • Locate where reports are saved • Demonstrate knowledge of SIEM reporting building features Build reports using the correct templates Replace already built templates with custom templates Prepare reports for export to a windows machine
Students should have a good understanding of overall purpose of the Security Incident and Event Management and basic terms used within the tool. No Ovation DCS knowledge is required. Recommended prerequisites OV320 and OV360 Highly recommended OV365
This course focuses on Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) reporting through the Nitroview/McAfee SIEM module of the Ovation™ Security Center. This class centers on managing preloaded templates, manipulating the templates, and also creating reports utilizing the report building features of the SIEM. The students will have a clear understanding of the available templates, plus be able to add, modify, delete, and export reports upon completion of the course. The course duration is two days.
RA703 OE ACCELERATED 3.2 In-Class
Basic Concepts
STRONG PC amp 200XP Knowledge
OE nbsp 2.8
RA850 OE enhancements for SCADA 1.8 In-Class, Virtual
Calculations/Data Collection
Formal RTU Training
Improvements to 2.8x OE
RA702 OE For SCADA Intermediate 3.2 In-Class
Databae explorer/ Alarms/Reports
Formal RTU Configuration Training
Intro OE Server
RA702V OE For SCADA Intermediate 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
Databae explorer/ Alarms/Reports
Formal RTU Configuration Training
Intro OE Server
802 and 802V OE For SCADA Intermediate 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
Configure security/Alarming/Admin Tools
Formal RTU Configuration Training
Intro OE Server amp workstation
RA801 OE for SCADA Sys. Basic 3.1 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
Database Structure
Strong PC amp nbsp Windows 7
OE Workstation
RA801V OE for SCADA Sys. Basic 3.1 3.2 In-Class, Virtual
Database Structure
Strong PC amp nbsp Windows 7
OE Workstation
RA701 OE For SCADA Systems Basics 3.2 In-Class
Configure OE Systems
Strong PC Skills/ application knowledge
Intro OE Server
e2083 OilView for AMS Machinery Manager 1.4 On-Line 24X7
Reference Oil Database Management Database Construction and Modification Analysis Parameter Sets Alarm Limit Sets Best Practices for Onsite Analysis using OilView Importing Laboratory data Basic Wear Debris Analysis Data Analysis and Reporting
This course is designed for individuals using the OilView instruments to collect on-site oil analysis data. The course is designed for new as well as experienced OilView users who wish to take advantage of the more advance features of the AMS Machinery Manager software. This course teaches the student database creation and modification, creation and modification of Analysis Parameter and Alarm Limit Sets, how to setup and configure the OilView software module, calibration and use of the all OilView instruments, including the CSI 5200 Trivector Analyzer, for analyzing oil samples on-site, data interpretation, and basic reporting. The course will also provide basic instruction on the use of the Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) and Wear Debris Analysis (WDA) software modules. nbsp nbsp
2083 OilView® for AMS Machinery Manager 2.8 In-Class
• Introduction to Oil Analysis • On-Site Analysis • Reference Oil database Management • Database Construction and Modification • Analysis Parameter Sets • Alarm Limit Sets • Best Practices for On-Site Analysis using OilView® • Importing Laboratory data • Basic Wear Debris Analysis • Data Analysis and Reporting
This 4-day course is designed for individuals using the OilView® instruments to analyze oil samples. The course is designed for new users as well as the experienced users who wish to take advantage of the more advanced features of the Oilview® tools. This course teaches the students database creation/modification, Analysis Parameter and Alarm Limit Sets creation/modification, calibration and use of the all OilView® instruments, data interpretation and basic reporting. The course will also provide basic instruction on the use of the Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) and Wear Debris Analysis (WDA) software modules. The instructor will demonstrate the proper use of the OilView® instruments, to include the OilView® 5200 Trivector Analyzer, 5xDV, and the use of a microscope for basic Wear Debris Analysis. Instruction on the use of the model 5100 analyzer, 51FW and 51PC will be provided as supplementary sections. Instrument topics will include calibration, verification, and testing techniques.
E2083 OilView® for AMS Machinery Manager e-Learning 1.4 On-Line 24X7
• Reference Oil Database Management • Database Construction and Modification • Analysis Parameter Sets • Alarm Limit Sets • Best Practices for Onsite Analysis Using OilView® • Importing Laboratory Data • Basic Wear Debris Analysis • Data Analysis and Reporting
None
3 months unlimited access This internet-based course is ideal for those who have never used Emerson’s onsite oil analysis technologies as well as experienced users who wish to learn more about advanced OilView® features in AMS Suite Machinery Health Manager. The course demonstrates how to set up and configure the OilView® software module, discusses calibration and use of OilView® instruments (including the CSI 5200 Machinery Health Oil Analyzer) for analyzing oil samples onsite, and explains data interpretation and basic reporting. Also covered is database creation and modification, Analysis Parameter and Alarm Limit Sets.
2088 Online Prediction Operation and Maintenance 2.8 In-Class
• Vibration basics and terminology relating to the CSI 4500, CSI 6500, CSI 2600 or XP32 • System overview functionality and system components • Online Watch - used to monitor the system daily • Online Config - adding a new machine to an existing database • Vibration Analysis Module - spectrums, waveforms and trend data • PeakVue™ technology Processing • Transient setup and capture evaluation • Review of customer databases
Knowledge of vibration and industrial machinery is helpful, but not necessary.
This 4-day course best suits those who have a CSI 4500, CSI 6500, CSI 2600 or XP32 system installed and operational prior to attending the course. The course is designed for • System users or analysts • Personnel using the CSI 4500, CSI 6500, CSI 2600 or XP32 daily • Those responsible for configuring databases and analyzing data
2080 Online Protection Operation and Maintenance 2.8 In-Class
• Overview of hardware components • Rack configuration • Operator display software • Data acquisition software • Interface with the CSI On-line prediction system • System troubleshooting and maintenance.
This 4-day course is a hands-on training for anyone involved with operating and maintaining a CSI Online Protection System. Workshops include practice with “live” monitors and racks.
2171 Online Safety Training for Process Gas Analyzers 0 In-Class
Analyzer Overview, Including Hardware and Construction Software Functionality Physical Principals of IR and UV Photometric nbsp Measurements and Oxygen Paramagnetric nbsp Measurements Overview of the Electronics Replacement of Physical Components Testing and Troubleshooting Spare Parts Mechanical Assembly/Disassembly Sample Handling System – Method, Theory, and Troubleshooting Site-specific Applications Theory of Operation Installation and Start Up nbsp Troubleshooting and Maintenance Audit and Reporting Requirements  
This fully customized 5-day course provides students with a strong understanding of gas analyzer best practices as they relate to the safe operation and maintenance of the specific model(s) of Rosemount Analytical gas analyzers found in their plants, including the NGA2000, MLT, Binos, CLD, X-STREAM, and X-STREAM XE. The instructor focuses on the specific analyzers that are applicable to the students’ specific needs. This course emphasizes safe handling of Rosemount Analytical analyzers. All necessary equipment and important handouts will be provided. nbsp
RA701 OpenEnterprise for SCADA - Basics 3.2 In-Class
Database Explorer and structure Creating display objects Alarm Windows, and Alarm amp Event History Creating and Configuring Trends Data Export Creating Reports System Troubleshooting  
Participants must have a strong working knowledge of personal computers and Windows 2000/ XP or a later version. Participants must have a strong working knowledge of their application/ process. nbsp Participants must have a strong have completed an OpenBSI and ControlWave Designer Training Class.
The class is intended for users who have experience with programming and configuration of Bristol RTUs.   This class provides a very brief introduction to the OpenEnterprise Server, and more detailed coverage of the OpenEnterprise Workstation and OpenEnterprise Reporting packages (version 2.80). nbsp   At the conclusion of the Class, students will be able to install a very simple OpenEnterprise Server and Workstation configure communications with Bristol RTU’s and then begin building HMI displays, trends, alarm windows, and develop a basic user interface using these products.
RA702 OpenEnterprise for SCADA Systems - Intermediate 3.2 In-Class
Learn Advanced Configurations of the OpenEnterprise Systems Perform Alarming and Messaging Configurations Learn to Configure, Diagnose and Troubleshoot OpenEnterprise Systems Creating Calculations from RTU Data
Participants should have formal RTU configuration training and a working knowledge of their application/process. Participants must be thoroughly familiar with Windows 2000/ XP or later versions. Participants should have advanced PC and nbsp networking skills. Participants must have completed the Basic OpenEnterprise Class course #701.
This class is intended for engineers who will be designing and building complete OpenEnterprise systems.   This course will equip you to be able to install an OpenEnterprise Server and Workstation configure the communications,security, historical, alarming, messaging and other major subsystems. nbsp Most of the tools within the OpenEnterprise toolbox will be covered during this class.
D4260 Operation and Maintenance of Daniel S600 Flow Computers 0 In-Class
Introduction to the S600 Board Removal and Layout Keypad Access and Security Menu Navigation Data/Mode Changing Alarm Handling and Configuration Configuring and Generating Reports Application Specific Functions Cold/Warm Starting Modes File Back-Up and Download Using the Configuration Software
Basic knowledge of flow measurement.
This 2-day course provides students with an appreciation of the operation, design, capabilities and configuration of the S600 flow computer. This hands-on course deals with file transfer and machine recovery as part of the maintenance scope. The instructor will make use of the latest configuration software. Full supporting literature will be made available to all students.
R4210 Operation and Maintenance of Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
Hands-on Learning That Explains the Chromatograph, How it Operates, and What nbsp it does to Analyze Natural Gas Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems Chromatograph Hardware Installation and Operation of MON2000 nbsp Software Identifying Problems, Setting Timed Events, nbsp Preparing Samples, and Implementing nbsp Preventive Maintenance Procedures Troubleshooting Spare Parts and Service Tools
Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course or equivalent knowledge.
This 5-day course is appropriate for those who have either worked with a chromatograph for at least six months or completed the ‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course. It prepares participants to operate and repair a gas chromatograph.  
D4230/D4280 Operation and Maintenance of Gas/Liquid Ultrasonic Meters 0 In-Class
Basics of Sound Waves How Ultrasonic Flow Meters Work and Their Advantages over other Meters The Performance Characteristics of Transit Time Ultrasonic Flow Meters System Components and Mark III Electronics, including the Central Processing Unit (CPU) Board and the Option Board Meter Mechanics Removal and Installation of Transducer Assemblies Volumetric and Mass Ultrasonic Gas Flow Measurement Meter Installation Considerations Inform the Instructor if Working on Liquid Meter
This course prepares students to install, operate, and maintain Daniel multipath ultrasonic flow meters. In addition to classroom instruction, the training course includes hands-on experience using the flow meter, simulator and diagnostic software.
R4210 Operation and Maintenance of Model 500 Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
• nbsp Understanding Gas Chromatography and a Gas Chromatograph • Using the Basic Chromatograph System in Process Gas Analysis • Understanding Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems • Installing and Operating MON Software • Applying Chromatograph Integration Techniques and Post-Analysis Calculations • Using the Chromatograph to Identify Problems • Setting Timed Events, Retention Times, and Response Factors • Starting Up a Gas Chromatograph • Understanding Sample Handling Systems • Verifying Proper Operation - Gas Chromatograph nbsp • Troubleshooting the 2350A Controller • Configuring the 2350A Controller User Directory Outputs • Conducting Preventative Maintenance • Communicating to Other Devices • Reviewing Spare Parts Recommendations
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course or equivalent knowledge.
This 5-day course is appropriate for those who have either worked with a chromatograph for at least six months or completed the ‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course. It prepares participants to operate and repair a Model 500 gas chromatograph.
R4212 Operation and Maintenance of Model 700 Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
• Understanding Gas Chromatography and a Gas Chromatograph • Using the Basic Chromatograph System in Process Gas Analysis • Understanding Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems • Installing and Operating MON Software • Applying Chromatograph Integration Techniques and Post-Analysis Calculations • Using the Chromatograph to Identify Problems • Setting Timed Events, Retention Times, and Response Factors • Starting Up a Gas Chromatograph • Understanding Sample Handling Systems • Verifying Proper Operation of the Gas Chromatograph • Conducting Preventative Maintenance • Communicating to Other Devices • Reviewing Spare Parts Recommendations
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course or equivalent knowledge.
This 5-day course is appropriate for those who have either worked with a chromatograph for at least six months or completed the ‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course. It prepares participants to operate and repair a Model 700 gas chromatograph.
R4213 Operation and Maintenance of the 700XA Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
• Understanding Gas Chromatography and a Gas Chromatograph • Using the Basic Chromatograph System in Process Gas Analysis • Understanding Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems • Installing and Operating MON Software • Applying Chromatograph Integration Techniques and Post-Analysis Calculations • Using the Chromatograph to Identify Problems • Setting Timed Events, Retention Times, and Response Factors • Starting Up a Gas Chromatograph • Understanding Sample Handling Systems • Verifying Proper Operation of the Gas Chromatograph • Conducting Preventative Maintenance • Communicating to Other Devices • Reviewing Spare Parts Recommendations
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course or equivalent knowledge.
This 5-day course is appropriate for those who have either worked with a chromatograph for at least six months or completed the ‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course. It prepares participants to operate and repair a 700XA gas chromatograph.
R4214 Operation and Maintenance of the 1500XA Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
• Understanding Gas Chromatography and a Gas Chromatograph • Using the Basic Chromatograph System in Process Gas Analysis • Understanding Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems • Installing and Operating MON Software • Applying Chromatograph Integration Techniques and Post-Analysis Calculations • Using the Chromatograph to Identify Problems • Setting Timed Events, Retention Times, and Response Factors • Starting Up a Gas Chromatograph • Understanding Sample Handling Systems • Verifying Proper Operation of the Gas Chromatograph • Conducting Preventative Maintenance • Communicating to Other Devices • Reviewing Spare Parts Recommendations
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course or equivalent knowledge.
This 5-day course is appropriate for those who have either worked with a chromatograph for at least six months or completed the ‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course. It prepares participants to operate and repair a 1500XA gas chromatograph.
D4270 Operation and Maintenance of the Daniel Compact Prover 0 In-Class
Theory of Operation Double Chronometry and Specifications Overview of the Parts Which Make up the Compact Prover such as Actuator Assembly, Pneumatic Spring Chamber, Piston and Poppet, Optical Switches, Hydraulic Motor and Pump, and Solenoid Valve Installation Prover and Meter Location, Nitrogen Spring Plenum Setting, and Power Requirements Troubleshooting and Repair of Safety Barriers, Seal and O-ring Replacement, Detector Switches, Interface Board, Hydraulic and Nitrogen System, and Spare Parts Overview of Calibration Seal Leak Test, Upstream and Downstream Calibration, and Waterdraw Data Sheet Overview of Prover Electronics Programming, Input and Data Modes Using Software/Local Display, Circuit Module Description, and Diagnostics Proving Operations Direct Proving and Master Meter Proving Prover Maintenance
Basic knowledge of flow measurement.
This course covers the operation, installation and maintenance of the Daniel Compact Prover.
R4215 Operation and Maintenance of the Flame Photometric Detector Module 0 In-Class
• Sulphur • FPD Theory and Maintenance • Applications • Dismantling and Rebuilding a Flame Cell Replacing all the “O” Rings • Removing/Installing the Flame Cell and Photomultiplier into the FPD Module • Setting Up the Hydrogen/Air Ratio to Achieve Continuous Combustion • Adjusting the Entry of the sample into the Flame Cell • Setting Up the Flame Out Circuit • Adjusting the Amplifier to Optimize Peak Amplitude • FPD Chromatograms • Routine Maintenance • Fault Finding
Persons attending this course must have nbsp completed either a model 500, model 700 or model 700XA Operations and Maintenance training course.
The course covers the theoretical and practical aspects of the flame Photometric Module [FPD] used with the model 500, 700 and 700XA. It does not cover any aspect of the theory of the model 500, 700 or 700XA neither does it cover the menus and use of MON2000/MON2020. The course concentrates on practical work. The course is aimed at those who will be carrying out maintenance on the FPD module.
D4210 Operation and Maintenance of the Model 500 Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
What a Gas Chromatograph is and How it Operates Using the Basic Chromatograph System in Natural Gas Analysis Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems Chromatograph Hardware Installation and Operation of MON Software Chromatogram Integration and Post-Analysis Calculations Using the Chromatogram to Indentify Problems Setting Timed Events, Retention Times and Response Factors Start-Up Procedures Sample Handling System Verifying that the Chromatograph is Operating Properly Troubleshooting the 2350A Controller and the Chromatograph Configuring the 2350A Controller User Directory Outputs Preventative Maintenance Service Procedures Communication of Gas Data to Other Devices, such as a Flow Computer or DCS Spare Parts and Necessary Service Tools
As a prerequisite, a student should either have worked with a chromatograph for at least six months or attended the DMS Introduction to Gas Chromatographs Class.
This 5-day course prepares students to operate and/or repair model 500 gas chromatograph. Students receive four days of hands-on intruction and all necessary equipment and training materials.
D4212 Operation and Maintenance of the Model 700 Gas Chromatographs 0 In-Class
What a Gas Chromatograph is and How it Operates Using the basic Chromatograph System in Natural Gas Analysis Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems Chromatograph Hardware Installation and Operation of MON Software Chromatogram Integration and Post-Analysis Calculations Using the Chromatogram to Identify Problems Setting Timed Events, Retention Times, and Response Factors Start-Up Procedures Sample Handling System Verifying that the Chromatograph is Operating Properly Preventative Maintenance Service Procedures Communication of Gas Data to Other Devices, such as Flow Computer or DCS Spare Parts and Necessary Service Tools
As a prerequisite, a student should either have worked with a chromatograph for at least six months or attended the DMS Introduction to Gas Chromatographs Class.
This 5-day course prepares students to operate and/or repair a gas chromatograph. Students receive four days of hands-on instruction and all necessary equipment and training materials.
D4290 Operation and Maintenance to Control Valves and Turbines 0 In-Class
Theory of operation Turbines, Valves, Digital Pilots Disassembly and Reassembly of Turbine Internals Disassembly and Reassembly of Valve Cylinder Assemblies Disassembly and Reassembly of Digital Pilots Valve Needle Valve Adjustment 'A' series vs 'B' Series Contol Valves Turbine Pick-Off Sensor and Preamp Flow Conditioning Parity vs UMB Series Turbine Meter Troubleshooting
Basic knowledge of flow measurement.
This 3-day course covers the operation, installation and maintenance of the Daniel control valves and turbines.
R4170 Operations of Model 370XA 1.7 In-Class
- Chromatographic Theory - Detector Theory - Understanding Chromatograms - Startup Procedures - Natural Gas Sample Handling - Using 370XA Software Assistants - Cal Saver™ - Running Auto Valve Timing - Module Initializations - Calibrations - Validation and Routine Maintenance (Valve Rebuilding) - Troubleshooting the Module - 370XA Hardware - MON2020 Software
This 3-day training is a level 1 course, includes theory, operations and maintenance practices. nbsp Module overview, hardware and software overview as well as basic troubleshooting skills.
R4170 NEW Operations of Model 370XA 0 In-Class
• Chromatographic Theory • Detector Theory • Understanding Chromatograms • Startup Procedures • Natural Gas Sample Handling • Using 370XA Software Assistants • Cal Saver™ •Running Auto Valve Timing • Module Initializations • Calibrations, Validation amp Routine Maintenance (Valve Rebuilding) • Troubleshooting the Module • 370XA Hardware • MON 2020 Software
This 3-day training is a level 1 course, includes theory, operations and maintenance practices. nbsp Module overview, hardware and software overview as well as basic troubleshooting skills.
2169 OPM 3000 and 4000 Opacity Monitor Maintenance 0 In-Class
Overview of the Opacity Monitor Theory of Operation Installation and Start Up Troubleshooting and Maintenance Audit and Reporting Requirement
This 2-day course is a combination of labs and lectures combined with the theory and operation of the Opacity Monitor. Product application will be reviewed. Correct selection of equipment, installation, and start up are critical and will be covered in detail. Operational diagnostics and maintenance are explored with the goal of allowing the student to recognize and correct any issues promptly. EPA certification and quarterly audits will be discussed, but in depth planning will be site specific.
2722 OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Outreach 1 In-Class
Introduction to OSHA nbsp OSHA and Your Company nbsp The OSH Act nbsp General Duty Clause 5 (a) (1) nbsp Inspections/Citations/Penalties CFR Part 1903 nbsp Subpart D Walking and Working Surfaces nbsp Subpart E Means of Egress/Evacuation nbsp Subpart H Flammable/Combustible Liquids Subpart I Personal Protective Equipment Subpart J Lockout/Tagout Subpart L Fire Protection-Emergency Action Fire Teams nbsp Subpart O Machine Guarding nbsp Subpart S Electrical nbsp Subpart Z Hazard Communication nbsp
This 10-hour course is designed for managers, engineers, technicians, mechanics, operators, and other personal that work in any manufacturing facility. If you want to quickly introduce your workers to the application of OSHA standards in the work environment this is the course. It covers the OSHA standards that are most commonly cited and provides participants with an intensive study of occupational safety and health compliance. The objective is to reduce/ prevent costly, time-consuming injuries/illnesses. nbsp
OV420 Ovation (Admin) Certification 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will receive Ovation (Admin) Certification. This accreditation affirms that the student is competent in all areas of the Ovation System integration and possesses the abilities and understanding to engineer and supervise the system integrity, communications and user capabilities.
Students should have achieved Ovation (Base) Certification through the OV400WIN program. Students are required to attend the OV230-WIN/UNX, OV320-WIN/UNX and OV245-WIN courses prior to attending this course.
Offered as a stand-alone web-based exam or implemented with a pre-testing review at the Training Center, the OV420-WIN measures the student’s proficiency in areas that address the overall Ovation™ system configuration while maintaining the integrity of the system software. It assesses the students understanding of networking concepts and that of switch and router configurations. Achieving Admin Certification acknowledges the competency of the individual in maintaining the integrity of the Ovation system concerning user access and capabilities. A multi-point examination is administered and participants are required to achieve a grade score of 80% or greater to successfully gain certification. nbsp The course duration is five days.
OV430 Ovation (Security) Certification 0 In-Class
Upon completion of this course and having successfully achieved competency in testing, the student will receive Ovation (Security) Certification. Having achieved “Security Certification Accreditation” affirms the competency of the individual in achieving and maintaining NERC CIP compliance by demonstrating understanding and maintaining offered services such as Software Management, System Backup Preventative Measures and Malware Prevention.
Students should have achieved Ovation (Base) Certification through the OV400WIN program. Students are further required to attend the OV360-WIN and OV365-WIN courses prior to attending OV430-WIN.
Achieve a better understanding and management of the Ovation™ Control System. This course is offered as a stand-alone web based exam or implemented with a pre-testing review and exam at the Training Center. OV430-WIN measures the attending student’s proficiency in applying security packages and to manage, enhance and update the cyber security of the Ovation Control System. A multi-point examination is administered and participants are required to achieve a grade score of 80% or greater to successfully gain certification. nbsp The course duration is five days.
OV330 Ovation Advanced Control 0 Virtual
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Apply, tune, and track all appropriate algorithms in open- and closed-loop configurations • Select, filter and compensate transmitter inputs • Implement complex sequential control • Appreciate important closed-loop control forms • Configure general math computations • Describe the interface of selected algorithms to input/output hardware • Use algorithms for timing, counting, accumulation and system-time applications
Prior completion of OV200 is strongly recommended. A working knowledge of control systems and control theory is suggested.
This course is intended for students who will implement their own control programs or will make significant modifications to existing programs. Using previous control-building knowledge, the student will learn how to implement control design in an Ovation™ environment. This course is a continuation of the control topics discussed in OV200. This course will emphasize the proper selection, configuration, and application of algorithms in the Ovation control system. This class is intended for both Windows and Unix/Solaris users, but is taught in an Ovation Windows classroom. nbsp The course duration is five days.
OV345 Ovation Applications with DeviceNet 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Define Ovation DeviceNet architecture. • Understand DeviceNet operation and communications. • Implement an Ovation specific DeviceNet scheme and topology. • Build Ovation points for use in DeviceNet architecture. • Use the Sycon engineering tool to configure DeviceNet devices. • Update the Ovation/Sycon Device list • Identify the required hardware and software needed for an Ovation DeviceNet interface
It is recommended that students attend the OV100-WIN course prior to scheduling this course.
This course will provide a thorough explanation of DeviceNet applications as applied to an Ovation™ system. Ovation DeviceNet module, segment design, device commissioning, point mapping and basic troubleshooting are covered. Students will be provided with hands-on experience implementing DeviceNet architecture. This course is intended for technicians who install and maintain Ovation DeviceNet devices. nbsp The course duration is two days.
OV340 Ovation Applications with Fieldbus 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Define and explore basic fieldbus architecture • Implement an Ovation-specific fieldbus scheme and topology • Build Ovation databse points for use in a fieldbus architecture • Implement control loops in fieldbus and feed back to Ovation • Configure Ovation graphics to function with a fieldbus system • Analyze the timing of the system when fully operational
A detailed knowledge of Ovation configuration, database concepts, control building, and graphics building is required. OV100-WIN and OV210-WIN as well as either OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV200-WIN-3.1.X are required prior to attending this course.
This course will provide students with a thorough knowledge of fieldbus applications as applied to an Ovation™ system. Students will be provided with hands-on experience in implementing fieldbus architecture on an Ovation system. Foundation fieldbus will primarily be covered, with some discussion on Profibus and DeviceNet. nbsp The course duration is three days.
OV350 Ovation Applications with Profibus 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Define Ovation Profibus architecture. • Understand Profibus operation and communications. • Identify the required hardware and software needed for an Ovation Profibus interface • Update the Ovation/Sycon Device list • Demonstrate the Sycon engineering tool to configure Profibus devices. • Build Ovation points for use in Profibus architecture. • Implement an Ovation-specific Profibus scheme and topology.
It is recommended that students attend the OV100-WIN course prior to scheduling this course.
This course will provide students with a thorough knowledge of Profibus applications as applied to an Ovation™ system. Ovation Profibus module, segment design, device commissioning, point mapping and basic troubleshooting are covered. Students will be provided with hands-on experience implementing Profibus architecture. This course is intended for technicians who install and maintain Ovation Profibus devices. nbsp The course duration is two days.
OV367 Ovation AV Management 0 In-Class
Upon succesful completion of this course, the student will be able to • Install endpoint software • Obtain and Distribute virus definitions • Upgrade antivirus versions • Configure antivirus servers
This course is intended for those who have job responsibilities maintaining the antivirus solutions for the Ovation System. This two day virtual class will focus on installing endpoint software, obtaining and distributing virus definitions, upgrading antivirus versions, and configuring the AV servers.
OV301 Ovation Best Practices 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will learn methodologies to maintain a reliable, working system with regards to • The Ovation Database • Utilize OPH configuration techniques • Network monitoring • Control task monitoring • Graphics best practices • IO reliability • Patching • Backups • Anti-Virus • Engineering gather utilities
OV100, OV200, OV210, OV300
In this course students will learn methodologies to maintain a reliable, working system with regards to Ovation Database, OPH configuration techniques, Network monitoring, control task monitoring, graphics best practices, IO reliability, patching, backups, Anti-Virus, and Engineering gather utilities.
OV380 Ovation Boiler Control 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Review the history of boilers. • Review the development of boiler safety and the development of standards. • Discuss the typical control logic used in the water, steam, air, and fuel systems. • Discuss and review the SAMA and ISA control symbology. • Discuss and review measuring elements and final control elements used in boiler control. • Discuss and review compensations, conversions, and voting in measuring elements. • Discuss and review three element drum control, cross limiting control, desuper heat control, furnace pressure control, fuel calcs and O2 correction. • Discuss and review stoichiometric relationships in boiler control. • Discuss the typical types of control utilized in boiler control, ratio, feed forward, cascaded, single element, two element, and three element control. • Discuss and review the different components of a boiler, reheat, wall burners, tangentially fired burners, ID amp FD fans, mills and feed pumps.
Prior completion of OV330-WIN and either OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV200-WIN-3.1.X is strongly recommended. A working knowledge of control systems and control theory is required.
This course is intended as an Introduction to Boiler Control for students who will interface with their control programs, or who may make modifications to their existing control programs. Using previous control-building knowledge, the student will learn how to implement and design pertinent boiler control logic in an Ovation™ environment. This course is a continuation of the control topics discussed in the OV-200 control class. The course will emphasize the proper selection, configuration, and application of algorithms in a typical Ovation boiler control system. Labs for writing control logic are included in the course work. nbsp The course duration is five days.
OV400 Ovation Certification (for Windows) 0 Virtual
Upon completion of this course and achieving a successful level of competency in the online examination, the student will receive an Ovation certification award. This achievement affirms and recognizes that the student is fully cognizant and possesses the necessary skills and understanding to successfully engineer and maintain an Ovation control system for their organization. Upon completion, the student shall demonstrate proficiency in the following areas. • Building, saving, and implementing the Oracle database • Constructing control sheets using both Boolean and Analog logic • Loading and configuring the Ovation controller • Designing graphics with control implementation • Troubleshooting procedures as related to I/O and Controller modules
Students must have a strong background and understanding of the Ovation system and must demonstrate proficiency in programming, configuring, and troubleshooting said system. Before enrolling in the Ovation Certification program, students are required to have attended and completed the full course-length offerings of the following courses. • OV100-WIN • OV200-WIN-3.0 or OV200-WIN-3.2.X • OV210-WIN • OV300-WIN Students wishing to apply combined course offerings as a prerequisite for attendance must provide a letter from their manager attesting that the individual has demonstrated proficiency on the Ovation system in the aforementioned areas and is currently assigned tasks that substantiate this claim.
The Ovation™ Certification course held at the Pittsburgh Training Center is a five-day blend of (core) course subjects. The course comes complete with a vigorous examination designed to test and measure the student’s proficiency in areas related to database building, control implementation, graphic linkage of process points and control algorithms, and troubleshooting on a system-wide basis. Earning Ovation Certification acknowledges the competency of the individual while working within the Ovation product lines and enhances their abilities in addressing, assessing, and repairing problematic situations within the Ovation system. During the 5-day course of (core) subject’s instruction, students may elect to complete the examination during mid-week subject reviews. The students have two chances of achieving certification during this five-day offering. Failure to achieve the desired results will result in the student having to retest via web-access at a later period of time. A 100-point online exam is administered in which students are required to achieve a score of 80% or greater to successfully gain certification. Ovation certification is valid for three years and is applicable to the current software revision only.
OV240 Ovation Enterprise Historian 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Describe the functions of the Enterprise Historian and its related components • Understand the architecture and the concept of relational database management systems • Understand ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) concepts • Describe the subsystems of the Report Manager • Generate on-demand reports and schedule, automate and modify available reports • Set up and configure the Report Scanner(s) and Report Generator(s) • Create, generate, save, and publish reports in alternate formats such as Excel, Lotus 1-2-3, and HTML • Distribute reports via email, diskette, and the Internet • Add and configure points in the Enterprise Historian • Analyze and correct system problems with available tools
Students must have a good working knowledge of Ovation system architecture and how database point records are built and maintained in the Ovation system. It is recommended that students attend the OV100-WIN course prior to attending this course. The OV230-WIN course will also help students prepare for this course, but neither course is required.
This course will teach students to set-up and retrieve historical and real-time data using the Historian. Students will also learn how to create, schedule, and generate periodic, event, and trip reports using the Report Manager. Students will learn all aspects of the Enterprise Historian and related utilities, including how to create the historical database and how to configure its subsystems. Students will also learn how to automate reports how to create new, advanced-level detail and summary reports and how to modify existing reports. This course also includes basic troubleshooting skills to help students determine problem conditions. This course is intended for students who will configure, access, and maintain the Enterprise Historian and the Report Scanner/Report Generator drops of the Ovation system. nbsp The course duration is five days.
OV265 Ovation Expert Transition 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Understand the different types of a Bailey to Ovation Migration • Recognize Hardware Components used for the Bailey to Ovation Migration • Recognize Software Components used for the Bailey to Ovation Migration • Understand Bailey Block to Ovation Point Mapping • Use the Bailey to Ovation Migration Tool • Update the Ovation Interface when changes are made to the I/O • Troubleshoot the Ovation interface using Rovisys and OPC Client Mapper
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This course will provide the user with proficiency in updating the Ovation™ interface after a change has been made to the Bailey I/O. Students will learn the basic mechanics of using the Ovation OPC client and OPC90 Server (Rovisys) applications. The course includes layout and implementation of the hardware and software required for the Migration. Simple methods for troubleshooting faults will also be discussed. nbsp The course duration is four days.
OV315 Ovation Global Performance Advisor 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Understand the basic functions and building blocks of the mechanical hydraulic components. • Identify and explain the GPA’s capabilities and limitations • Recognize the process data required to use the GPA effectively • Understand GPA hardware and software requirements • Load GPA software on a Workstation • Create and reopen GPA projects and Workspaces • Learn GPA tools and algorithms • Understand Data Agents • Create tags and import Data • Build and display Example Performance Calculations • Recognize communication techniques • Understand backing up a GPA system
Attendees should have basic knowledge in power plant processes, Microsoft® Windows® Operating Systems, Ovation™, and an interest in process optimization for performance and cost improvements.
The course describes the capabilities and limitations of a GPA, hardware and software requirements, and provides exercises to install, use and backup the GPA. After the attendees have loaded the GPA on a Workstation and have created a workspace, project and Functional Block Diagram, hands-on exercises include building feed-water heater performance calculations, steam turbine performance calculations, and condenser calculations. Data agents and communication are described. nbsp The course duration is four and a half days.
OV310 Ovation Graphics (for Windows) 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Define the different memory segments available in the graphics subsystem • Build several graphics utilizing pointers and memory segments • Interpret application programs • Use the trigger section of the graphics code for efficiency • Use graphic commands only available in a text editor • Troubleshoot graphics with available tools
Students must have a good understanding of the Ovation system architecture, database point records, and how basic graphics are built and maintained in the Ovation system. It is strongly recommended that students attend the OV100-WIN and OV210-WIN courses prior to attending this course. It would also be helpful to have taken the OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV200-WIN-3.1.X course if the student wants to improve skills pertaining to graphic interfaces with plant controls.
This course will give students the ability to use application programs and advanced programming techniques, including the use of memory segments combined with pointer manipulation, to enhance advanced graphic programming skills. This course is intended for anyone who will build specialized process diagram displays for the Ovation™ system. nbsp The course duration is four days.
OV216 Ovation Hardware Project 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Utilize documentation to analyze faults or problem conditions in the system • Interpret Ovation system error messages • Demonstrate remote I/O • Understand recovery of hard drive failures on MMI(s) • Configure Cisco switches and routers • Monitor various LEDs of the system • Build various RM records • Recognize system administration tool problems and apply a solution • Implement closed loop control • Evaluate and determine operation of power supplies
Students must have attended either OV215-WIN or both OV100-WIN and either OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV200-WIN-3.1.X prior to attending this course.
This course was developed for personnel whose primary interest and/or assignment is maintaining Ovation™ hardware. Selected topics from the OV100-WIN, OV300-WIN, and OV320-WIN courses are incorporated and expanded to cover hardware features of the controllers, the power supplies, the most commonly applied I/O modules, the Cisco switches, and the Dell MMIs. Hardware information contained within node and module records is explained, and the criteria for adding and changing modules assigned to a branch and slot positions is defined. Hands-on exercises include building control sheets and linking inputs and outputs to selected modules. Also included will be the application and activation of remote I/O. nbsp The course duration is five days.
OV320 Ovation Network Administration (for Windows) 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Explore basic networking concepts including the OSI reference model, MAC addressing, TCP/IP, IP addressing, multicast addressing and local area networks • Implement an Ovation-specific network addressing scheme and network topology • Define and explore basic network commands • Define network devices and media, and their relation to the OSI reference model • Configure Cisco 2600 series routers, Cisco 3550 series switches, and Cisco 2950 series switches for use in an Ovation network (where applicable) • Configure and implement SNMP for Ovation • Troubleshoot inter-networked systems with network tools and software • Configure and apply third-party networking software
Prior completion of the OV230-WIN course is recommended, but not required.
This introductory networking course will provide students with an understanding of general networking concepts, as well as Ovation™-specific network configurations for Fast Ethernet systems. Students will learn the basic networking skills required for general network administration and troubleshooting. Students will also be provided with hands-on knowledge of switch and router configuration for use in Ovation systems. This course is intended for Ovation network administrators, Ovation system administrators, and those wishing to complete the Ovation Certification Program. nbsp The course duration is five days.
OV010 Ovation Operator (for Windows) 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • List the major components of the Ovation control system • Display process diagram graphics • Use process diagrams to interface with the control system • Evaluate point alarm conditions and acknowledge emergent alarms • Differentiate various point types and use the Point Information system to find and edit point records • Create live and historical trends • Navigate through control tuning diagrams • Analyze system problem conditions • Use system reporting procedures • Describe the function of Ovation applications icons • Demonstrate familiarity with menu bars and tool bars in various process diagram windows • Demonstrate familiarity with the task bar and other Windows utilities
There are no prerequisites for this course.
OV010-WIN is designed to provide students with the ability to efficiently perform routine plant operations using the Ovation™ control system. Key topics include data acquisition, process analysis, and control interfaces. Students will be able to use the tools provided to monitor processes controlled by the Ovation system, and will learn to take appropriate actions to control these processes. This course is intended for all operations personnel using the Ovation system in a Windows environment. The course duration is 2.5 days.
OV246 Ovation OPH Report Building 0 Virtual
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Describe the functions of the Ovation Process Historian and related components • Recognize the Ovation Process Historian Database Schema and understand the concept of a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) • Schedule, automate and manipulate reports • Distribute reports using printers and various output files • Create custom reports and ad-hoc queries using various 3rd party applications such as Crystal Reports and MS Excel
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This (virtual) course will enable students to configure and retrieve historical data using the Ovation™ Process Historian (OPH) and Crystal Reports. Students will learn how to use the OPH Report Manager to define Alarm, Soe, Point and Operator Event Reports. Students will also learn how to configure demanded reports, triggered reports and timed reports in the OPH Report Manager. Students will also use Crystal Reports to create new report formats for use in the OPH Report Manager. nbsp The course duration is three days.
OV245 Ovation Process Historian 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Describe the functions of the Ovation Process Historian and related components • Configure scanners and points for collection • Recognize the Ovation Process Historian database schema and understand the concept of a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) • Understand the Ovation Process Historian architecture and hardware • Install and configure the Ovation Process Historian Report Manager • Schedule, automate and manipulate reports • Distribute reports using various techniques such as email, web publishing, printers and various output files • Create custom reports and ad-hoc queries using various third-party applications such as Crystal Reports, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access and SQL • Create historical trends and build global trend groups • Create Historical Point, Alarm, SOE, Operator Event, ASCII and common reviews • Analyze the Ovation Process Historian with the diagnostic tools available
Students must have a good understanding of the Ovation system architecture and how database point records are built and maintained in an Ovation Windows-based system. It is recommended that students attend the OV100-WIN course prior to attending this course.
This course will teach students to configure and retrieve historical data using the Ovation® Process Historian. The course covers data collection, data storage and data retrieval. Students will learn how to configure Ovation points and the Ovation system for data collection. The Ovation Process Historian hardware and database schema is reviewed in detail. Some of the various methods of data retrieval that will be discussed include Report Manager, Crystal Reports, Historical Review, and Historical Trend. This course is intended for those students who will configure, access and maintain the Ovation Process Historian and the Report Scanner/Report Generator. The course duration is five days.
OV280 Ovation SCADA System 0 Virtual
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Identify the purpose and components in an Ovation SCADA system • Identify the licensing requirements of an Ovation SCADA system • Use the configuration tool to access and modify the system • Analyze the communication protocols used with an Ovation SCADA system • Utilze the protocol analyzer to interpret signal traffic between the SCADA server and the Remote Terminal Units (RTUs) • Interpret scan block data • Create Ovation graphics to interface to the Ovation SCADA system
Students should complete OV100-WIN and OV210-WIN prior to taking this class. OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV200-WIN-3.1.X are also recommended, but not required.
This course will provide the student with the skills to take full advantage of the Ovation™ SCADA system. Students will learn the basic components of an Ovation SCADA system. Items discussed will include SCADA servers, remote terminal units, scan blocks, lines, ports, configuration tools, protocol analyzers, and more. Students will establish communications using available Allen-Bradley, MODBUS, or DNP 3.0 protocols. This course is intended for technicians and administrators using the Ovation SCADA system. nbsp The course duration is four days.
OV365 Ovation Security Center 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Identify the components of the Ovation Security Center • Understand the functions of the Ovation Security Center • Interpret the configuration of the Ovation Security Center • Implement and administer the Vulnerability Scan and Patch Management appliance • Implement and administer the Malware Prevention appliance • Implement and administer the Security Incident and Event Management appliance
Students should possess a good understanding of the Ovation system architecture. Though not mandatory, it is highly recommended that students attend the OV230-WIN System Administration course prior to attending the OV365-WIN.
The Ovation Security Center (OSC) course consists of a suite of security packages and services that allow the attending student to enhance and manage the cyber security of Ovation Distributive Control System without disrupting the controlled process. The OSC is a key component in achieving NERC CIP compliance by offering services such as Patch Management, Event Management and Malware Prevention. This course will examine how to configure and maintain the components of an OSC system on Ovation™ Levels 2.4 and (newer) on Windows® and Ovation Levels 1.7 and (newer) on Solaris based operating systems. nbsp The course duration is three days.
OV360 Ovation Security for 2.4 and Higher Level Systems 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Identify and explain Ovation-specific internal and external security threats • Plan and implement Ovation 2.4 or higher software installation including Windows 2003 Server, Windows service packs, and Windows security patches • Describe the function of the Ovation Security Manager \ • Create and manage user accounts, computer accounts, Ovation roles and group policies • Create and manage Ovation point security groups • Manage and understand domain policies • Create and manage Ovation domain administrators • Design and implement a specific Ovation security configuration • Explore the Windows group policy objects
This course is designed for students who will administer Ovation 2.4 or higher level systems. It is recommended that students attend OV230-WIN and have a basic understanding of Ovation system configuration and security concepts prior to attending this course. No prior knowledge of Windows-based security is required.
This course will guide students in the proper planning and installation of security for Ovation™ 2.4 and higher level systems. Students will discuss and come to understand Ovation external and internal security concerns, and learn to apply appropriate safeguards. Students will install and configure Ovation-compatible Windows® Server 2003 Domain Controllers, Windows XP service packs, and Windows security patches. Students will configure Ovation security using the Ovation Security Manager and have a basic understanding of Windows group policy objects. nbsp The course duration is five days.
OV215 Ovation Software Project 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Identify the major components of an Ovation system • Understand basic Ovation terminology • Demonstrate basic Ovation operator functions • Understand data movement in an Ovation system • Understand the hierarchy and basic right-click functions within the Ovation Developer Studio • Use the Ovation Developer Studio to modify and create points • Monitor control that has been implemented in an Ovation system • Interpret and tune implemented control using the available tools • Build and modify control schemes using the Developer Studio • Interpret and modify tracking schemes to meet specific control requirements • Recognize the relationship between control schemes and graphic diagrams • Implement given control requirements using the Developer Studio • Evaluate and determine the proper operation of a control scheme using the tools and methods provided
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This course is designed for those who have a need or desire for a good, general, overall understanding of Ovation™ system software and software utilities. This course contains and connects software topic segments from five different Ovation one-week courses OV100-WIN, OV200-WIN-3.0.X, OV210-WIN, OV230-WIN and OV300-WIN. The topics covered include Ovation application functions the Developer Studio architecture point building creating and modifying control sheets creating and modifying graphics backing-up MMIs including a domain controller and adding points for collection to an Ovation Process Historian. This course is not intended to replace the five one-week courses directed toward personnel who have a singular need for the detailed knowledge provided in the one-week courses. The course does not involve implementing any I/O modules. A sequel course, OV216-WIN, specifically focuses on I/O applications and is scheduled to follow OV215-WIN. The course duration is ten days.
OV370 Ovation Steam Turbine Control 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Review the history of the steam turbine. • Review and evaluate typical turbine control logic. • Discuss the LVDT and Speed probe functionality. • Configure I/O points for RVP and Speed cards. • Configure and set up the RVP and Speed I/O modules. • Using a Hydraulic valve test stand connect an LVDT and servo valve for simulation. • Discuss trouble shooting procedures for LVDTs and Servo valves. • Discuss and setup Hyperlink terminal to RVP cards. • Perform LVDT tests and setup using the Valve Calibration graphic and Hyperlink terminal. • Tune the RVP card in conjunction with the hydraulic test stand. • Using a speed wheel test the speed probes.
Students must have a good understanding of the Ovation system architecture. It is recommended that students attend the OV100-WIN, and OV210-WIN as well as either the OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV200-WIN-3.1.X courses prior to attending this course.
This course is designed to provide in-depth information about the Ovation™ Turbine Control System (TCS). A Hydraulic test stand with LVDTs and servo Valves will be used to demonstrate turbine operation and graphics. This course includes Defining I/O points, Defining RVP and Speed Modules, calibration and troubleshooting exercises of the Speed Detector and Valve Positioner modules. Students will also learn procedures to tune the RVP card. nbsp The course duration is five days.
OV230 Ovation System Administration (for Windows) 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Navigate and understand the Ovation Developer Studio • Understand licensing of the Ovation system • Implement process control and user security in the Ovation system (2.3 and lower) • Apply system configuration changes to the Ovation system • Add new and modify existing drops to the Ovation system • Navigate and understand the Ovation file systems, structure, sharing, and security • Backup the Ovation database and required files to various media • Load an Ovation system • Recover the Ovation database and required files from backup • Understand upgrading and maintaining the Ovation hardware • Use Developer Studio to implement given control requirements • Map and share directories and files in the Windows environment
Students must have a good understanding of the Ovation system architecture. Experience working in a Windows environment is helpful but not necessary. Prior completion of OV100-WIN, OV210-WIN and either OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV200-WIN-3.1.X is highly recommended but not required.
The course will provide students with an understanding of Ovation™ system licensing, security, configuration, backup, and recovery. Students will learn how to navigate the Ovation file system as well as basic administration skills. Students will also explore Ovation workstation hardware. This course is intended for Ovation system administrators and those wishing to complete the Ovation Certification Program. The course duration is five days.
OV295 Ovation Third-Party I/O Interfaces (for Windows) 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will • Understand the Architecture and the functionality of the Ovation Fast Switched Ethernet Highway, and the need to protect it from external sources • Define MAC and IP addressing, and Ethernet protocols • Understand how Ethernet switches work • Understand the Ovation IP addressing requirements • Understand the various options for connecting Third Party I/O to the Ovation Highway • Understand the Modbus register concept • Understand the Modbus commands available in Ovation releases • Be Aware of the difference in Modbus Drivers based on Ovation Releases • Be Able to load and install Ovation Modbus drivers • Be Able to build Ovation Point records for communication to Modbus • Verify successful communications between Ovation and a PC Modbus simulation • Interpret Ovation Controller Modbus error codes • Recognize Fundamental AB Data Files • Be Able to load and install Ovation Allen-Bradley Drivers • Be Able to build Ovation Point records to communicate to an AB SLC500 • Verify successful communications between Ovation and the AB SLC500
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The course teaches the students how to create specialized I/O links to non-Ovation field devices using both serial link modules and the Ovation™ Ethernet highway. The course covers configuring and loading link controller modules, creating third party points, memory mapping, adding third party drivers to controllers and the Ovation addressing requirements. nbsp The course duration is four days.
OV300 Ovation Troubleshooting (for Windows) 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Identify and resolve selected hardware, system administration, and software problems • Troubleshoot the system using documentation and available tools to analyze system faults or problem conditions • Interpret system error messages • Recognize and resolve problems with the system administration tool • Using a systematic approach to fault analysis, isolate and correct selected network, port and printer faults
Students must have a basic understanding of the Ovation system architecture, database point records, system controls, and process diagrams. It is strongly recommended that students attend the OV100-WIN and either the OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV200-WIN-3.1.X courses prior to attending this course. In addition the OV210-WIN and OV230-WIN courses also provide useful skills that support this course.
This course provides students with the skills and methods to troubleshoot and repair faults in the data acquisition and control functions of the Ovation™ system. Students will be required to isolate faults anywhere in the signal path - from the field terminations, to the I/O modules, through the controller, across the network, and into the graphic display. Students will evaluate single- and multiple-problem scenarios. This course is intended for anyone who may be called to troubleshoot any part of the data acquisition, control or display areas of the Ovation system. nbsp The course duration is five days.
OV270 Ovation with HART and Smart Devices (for Windows) 0 Virtual
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Identify the configuration of components in an Ovation system using Hart/smart devices • Attach HART/smart field devices to the Ovation I/O cards • Build database points for the field devices • Use AMS™ Suite to obtain data from the devices • Diagnose common problems and configuration errors
Students should complete OV100-WIN prior to taking this course. OV210-WIN and either OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV200-WIN-3.1.X are also recommended.
This (virtual) course will provide the student with the skills to fully utilize the special features of I/O related to HART and smart field devices attached to the Ovation™ system. Students will learn the basic components of an Ovation system. Items discussed will include physical attachment of field devices to the Ovation I/O modules, building of HART/smart data points in the system, analysis of the data available from the field device, and diagnosis of problems that may occur. This course is intended for technicians and administrators using an Ovation system that includes HART and smart field devices. nbsp The course duration is two days.
2153 Oxygen Flue Gas Analyzer Maintenance including Oxymitter and World Class 3000 0 In-Class
Combustion Requirements Methods of Oxygen Analysis Typical Uses of Oxygen Analysis Combustion Efficiency Zirconia (ZrO2) Oxygen Analysis Theory of Operation Oxygen Analyzer nbsp nbsp nbsp - nbsp Installation nbsp nbsp nbsp - nbsp Hardware nbsp nbsp nbsp - nbsp Maintenance nbsp nbsp nbsp - nbsp Troubleshooting nbsp nbsp nbsp - nbsp Hart Communications
This 1-day course covers the service requirements for oxygen analyzers in general and the installation, operation, calibration and maintenance of the World Class and Oxymitter.
2035 PeakVue™ Mystery and Autocorrelation 2.1 In-Class
• Proper PeakVue™ technology set-ups for all speeds (as low as 1 rpm) nbsp nbsp • Sensor selection and sensor mounting nbsp nbsp • Setting alarm levels nbsp nbsp • Choosing trend parameters nbsp nbsp • Analyzing PeakVue™ technology spectra and waveforms nbsp nbsp • Uses of the circular waveform plot • Introduce the autocorrelation coefficient • Demonstrate the computation of the autocorrelation coefficient data from the time wave form data • Highlight the strengths of the autocorrelation coefficient function data relative to spectra data • Demonstrate the use of the autocorrelation coefficient data as a diagnostic tool to support the spectra data for vibration analysis through several case studies. • Identify unique patterns of the autocorrelation function data for certain classes of bearing faults, gearing faults, etc.
Students should be familiar with vibration data collection and analysis techniques and the use of AMS Machinery Manager Software.
This 3-day course provides insight into advanced functionality of Emerson’s patented PeakVue™ technology and Autocorrelation. Machine vibrations generate both macro and microscopic vibrations, and microscopic vibrations generate stress waves that have frequency ranges determined by the mass of the impacting object. The properties of these stress waves will be explained. The Autocorrelation section of the course will teach the power of the autocorrelation coefficient function for the analysis of vibration induced time wave form data. The autocorrelation function data generally are computed from the same time wave form data used to compute the spectrum. The strengths of the autocorrelation data are complimentary to the strengths of the spectral data. This course makes use of both case studies from real-life examples of common faults and live demonstrations illustrating specific mounting procedures to reliably detect certain faults. The difference between PeakVue™ technology techniques and demodulation will also be demonstrated.
7101 PlantWeb/DeltaV Introduction 2.1 In-Class, Virtual
DeltaV System Description Analog Control Modules Discrete Control Modules FOUNDATION fieldbus AMS Device Manager DeltaV SIS Overview SIFs in DeltaV DeltaV SIS Operations
This course is for individuals needing an introduction to the technology and concepts used in the new generation of process control systems and safety systems. Students who complete this 3-day course will be able to   use and apply PlantWeb terminology and acronyms understand the functions of DeltaV hardware components understand the capabilities of DeltaV software applications understand the Foundation™ fieldbus technology understand AMS Device Manager software understand the DeltaV SIS architecture  
5590 Power Quality and Grounding for Electronic Systems 1.4 In-Class
Review of Power Basics Power System Measurements Low Voltage Power Systems Power System Grounding Earthing vs. Grounding Connection to Earth Equipment Grounding Code Requirements Building Power Distribution Feeders and Branch Circuits Separately Derived Systems Power amp Grounding for the DeltaV System Single Point Grounding Isolated Ground Installations Dedicated Circuits DC Grounding Verifying New Installations Power Quality Problems Applying Power Conditioning SIS Power and Grounding Installation Intrinsic Safety Devices
A working knowledge of electronics and AC power basics is required.
This 2-day course is designed for personnel involved with the planning, installation and maintenance of DeltaV digital automation system and provides essential knowledge regarding the power and grounding system for DeltaV equipment. This course focuses on specific power and grounding requirements of a control system. You will learn nbsp   how to conduct site verifications how to audit using “hands-on” testing labs to detect power and grounding problems on existing sites  
2329 Pressure, Temperature & Multi Variable Flow Transmitters 1.4 In-Class
3051C Smart Pressure Transmitter, Field Communicator Operation 3051C Configuration, Calibration and Maintenance 3144P Smart Temperature Transmitter Installation, Configuration, Calibration and Troubleshooting 3051SMV Multivariable DP Flow Transmitter Installation, Configuration, Calibration and Troubleshooting   Note Students must attend both days. Reference course, 2305, 2321 and 2308MV for further details.
This 2-day course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3051C Smart Pressure Transmitter, 3144P Smart Temperature Transmitter, and the 3051SMV Multivariable Flow Transmitter. This course is a combination of courses 2305, 2321, and 2308MV.   This course uses lectures and labs to maximize the hands on experiences and teach the student how to install, configure, calibrate, troubleshoot, and maintain the Rosemount Model 3051C, 3144P, and 3051SMV Transmitters.
2326 Process Measurement Products I Pressure and Temperature 2.8 In-Class
Basic 4-20 mA Loop Setup Pressure Sensors Temperature Sensors (TC, RTD) nbsp Analog Transmitters (1151) nbsp HART Communication Field Communicator Smart Transmitters (1151S, 2088, 3051C amp  S, 644, 3144P, Tri-Loops) nbsp Using AMS Device Manager to Configure and Calibrate Smart Transmitters nbsp Test Equipment Selection nbsp Installation nbsp Configuration nbsp Calibration nbsp Troubleshooting
Some experience in instrument calibration, maintenance, installation and operation would be helpful.
This course is intended for technicians, engineers and other plant personnel who need to know installation, calibration, maintenance and troubleshooting of measurement instrumentation.   This 4-day course explains how pressure and temperature transmitters function and how they are installed and calibrated. It emphasizes installation, proper set-up and calibration of Analog and Smart Pressure and Temperature Transmitters. The course uses lectures and labs to teach the students. Those who complete this class will be able to correctly perform installation and setup procedures nbsp properly configure Smart Transmitters nbsp properly calibrate transmitters nbsp perform basic troubleshooting      
2327 Process Measurement Products II DP Flow 1.4 In-Class
Basic DP Flow Fundamentals DP Flow Sizing Calculations Multivariable Flow Transmitters AMS Device Manager with Engineering Assistant Snap-ON (3095) Engineering Assistant for 3051SMV Field Communicator nbsp Test Equipment Selection nbsp Installation nbsp Configuration nbsp Calibration / Verification Troubleshooting DP Flow Installation
Some experience in instrument calibration/verification, maintenance, installation and nbsp operation would be helpful.
This course is intended for technicians, engineers and other plant personnel who need to know installation, calibration, maintenance and troubleshooting of DP flow measurement instrumentation.   This 2-day course explains how DP flow instruments function and how they are installed and calibrated. It emphasizes installation, proper setup and calibration of DP flow instruments. The course uses lectures and labs to teach the students. Those who complete this class will be able to nbsp correctly install configure, calibrate multivariable DP Flow Transmitters nbsp perform DP Flow troubleshooting.
2333 Process Measurement Products III Level 2.1 In-Class
DP Level Fundamentals Electronic Remote Sensors Radar Applications nbsp Radar Instruments nbsp Radar PC Software Field Communicator Installation nbsp Configuration nbsp Calibration / Verification Troubleshooting
Experience in instrument calibration, maintenance, installation and operation would be helpful.
This course is intended for technicians, engineers and other plant personnel who need to know installation, calibration, maintenance and troubleshooting of level measurement instrumentation.   This 3-day course explains how level instruments function and how they are installed nbsp calibrated/verified. It emphasizes installation, proper setup and calibration­­­­/verification of level instruments. The course uses lectures and labs to teach the students. Those who complete this class will be able to nbsp correctly install DP Level Transmitters correctly install Guided Wave Radar Transmitters correctly install Non-contacting Radar Transmitters properly calibrate Level Instruments nbsp perform basic troubleshooting
2720 PSM (Process Safety Management) Fundamentals 0.7 In-Class
The Regulations Regulation History, Summary, Definitions, Compliance, Interpretations, and Citation Insights Covered Processes and Application Issues for Both PSM and RMP nbsp Elements of the Regulations nbsp Employee Participation nbsp Process Safety Information nbsp Process Hazard Analysis Operating Procedures Training nbsp Contractors nbsp Pre-Startup Safety Review nbsp Mechanical Integrity Hot Work Permit Management of Change Incident Investigation Emergency Planning and Response Compliance Auditing Trade Secrets nbsp Hands on Sample Problems Worked During Course nbsp
This 1-day course is designed for managers, engineers, technicians, mechanics, operators, and other personal that work in a facility covered by OSHA's Process Safety Management standard. If you want to quickly introduce your workersto the OSHA PSM standard this is the course. nbsp Participants will learn about each of the 14 elements of Process Safety Management, with special emphasis on Management of Change, Process Hazard Analysis and Pre-startup safety reviews. nbsp Each participant will be provided with a work manual to assist in future compliance and the strengthening of PSM program elements that exist in their facilities.
REL002 Reliability Awareness Featuring The Reliability Game 0 In-Class
• The financial opportunity associated with proactive maintenance • Where the money goes • How to stop wasting money • The value of proactive maintenance to their maintenance processes • The power of teamwork • The logic behind Emerson benchmark data • Concept of the failure interval on the potential failure curve (P-F interval) and its relationship to the planning process • Proactive Maintenance Model • Financial benefit of advanced planning of maintenance work • Typical Preventative Maintenance (PM) programs seen in industry today • Criticality Ranking process • Nature of Failures • Process for conducting a Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) and a Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) • Importance of PM and Predictive Maintenance • (PdM) development, including the concept of Quantitative PMs. • The key concepts of Change Management
This is a combination of The Reliability Game and expanded topics around the development of a Reliability Based Maintenance Program. nbsp The Reliability Game focuses participants’ attention on the maintenance function at a facility. nbsp The game is a simulation that clearly demonstrates the value of proactive reliability practices and the positive effects it has on the bottom line. nbsp The simulation is both fun and educational. nbsp The simulation also provides a mechanism to help the participants create a common understanding of basic reliability business goals. The Reliability Overview discusses the essential elements learned through playing the Reliability Game® and reinforces how a strong reliability program helps corporations achieve success. This is a two day course.
REL007 Reliability Centered Maintenance Principles 0 In-Class
• Introduction o History of RCM o Why RCM o Selecting candidate equipment o Team approach o RCM philosophies • Conducting RCM Analysis o RCM terms and definitions o Identifying system parameters o Answering the 7 questions of RCM o Determining failure mitigation strategies o Implementing the results of RCM analysis • Conducting RCM Analysis o Facilitating RCM at your site o Who should lead o Choosing the appropriate analysis tools o Tracking progress through to completion o Avoiding the causes of failed RCM o Implementations • Conducting RCM Analysis o Leveraging the Benefits of RCM o Lateral deployments o The FMEA library o Celebrating results o Showing the business case
Reliability Centered Maintenance Analysis (RCM) is a key foundational element of a Reliability Based Maintenance program. This course covers all important aspects of Reliability Centered Maintenance Analysis and Implementation. Participants will learn how to effectively participate in an RCM program and have all necessary information to support such an implementation. The course duration is two days.
RA1240 ROC800 Series 3.2 In-Class
ROC800 Series Hardware Overview Flow Measurement Review nbsp - Overview on MVS Product nbsp - Setup Multi-Dropping of MVS Introduction to ROCLINK 800 Software ROC809/827 Configuration nbsp nbsp - Elements of a Basic Configuration nbsp - Setting and Checking ROC System Flags nbsp - Set and Check ROC Information nbsp - Configuring I/O Points/ nbsp - Calibrating AI and AO Points nbsp - PID Configuration nbsp - Communication Basics nbsp - Configuring AGA Flow Calculations nbsp - Configuring ROC800 History nbsp - Building ROC800 Displays FST Workshop
Participants should have a working knowledge of their application/process and should also have advanced PC knowledge and be thoroughly familiar with Microsoft Windows operating systems (XP or later versions).
This Remote Automation Solutions course is for engineers, technicians, and others involved with the operation and maintenance of the ROC800 Series products. nbsp   This 4-1/2 day course will provide an overall working knowledge of the ROC800 series. Participants are presented with a comprehensive view of the ROC809/827 hardware and software to obtain the necessary knowledge needed to effectively install, configure and maintain the ROC800 series products. Each student will be provided with a PC (ROCLINK preinstalled), a Remote Automation Solutions RTU, a communications cable, and a workbook for the duration of the class.
RA1244 ROC800L Configuration 2.8 In-Class
Basic Concepts and Product features Install and configure a ROC800L RTU Convert ROC800 to RO800L Configuring an Application Updating Firmware and Software
Participants should have formal RTU configuration training and a working knowledge of their application/process. nbsp Participants should have advanced PC knowledge and be thoroughly familiar with Microsoft Windows Operating Systems (XP or later versions).
This Remote Automation Solutions course is for engineers, technicians, and others involved with the operation and maintenance of the ROC800L. nbsp   This 2-1/2 day course will provide an overall working knowledge of the ROC800L. nbsp Participants are presented with a comprehensive view of the ROC800L hardware and software to obtain the necessary knowledge and practice needed to install and configure a ROC800L. nbsp Participants will know the differences between the ROC809 and ROC800L. Each student will be provided with a PC (ROCLINK preinstalled), a Remote Automation Solutions RTU (ROC800L), a communications cable, and a workbook for the duration of the class. nbsp
RA1200 ROC and FloBoss Engineering I 3.2 In-Class
Overview of ROC300 Series Basic Concepts and Product Features Overview of ROCLINK 800 Software Configuring ROC300 Basic Communications Maintaining and Troubleshooting Calibrating of AI and AO Basic FST Use
Students should have an understanding of personal computer (PC) operation.
This course is for engineers, technicians, and others involved in system operation and maintenance of ROC products.
RA1210 ROC and FloBoss Engineering II 3.2 In-Class
Overview of ROC300 Series nbsp Overview of FloBoss 407 and FloBoss 500 FloBoss 407 Advanced Concepts nbsp - General Operation nbsp - Managing Flash Memory (User Programs) nbsp - MVS Operation, Multi-Dropping and nbsp nbsp Temperature Calibration ROC/HART nbsp - HART Basics nbsp - Connecting/Configuring the MVS Point to nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp Point amp Multi-Drop HART Instruments/ ROC/Modbus Configuration nbsp - Communications Basics nbsp - RS232, RS485/RS422 Basics and Lab nbsp - Dialup Communication Basics and Lab FST Guidelines nbsp PID Control
Participants should have formal ROC/FloBoss configuration training and a working Knowledge of their application/process. nbsp Participants should also have advanced PC knowledge and be thoroughly familiar with Microsoft Windows operating systems (XP or later versions).
This Remote Automation Solutions course is an advanced course for experienced ROC and FloBoss users. nbsp Participants are typically engineers, technicians, and others with the responsibility for day to day operation and maintenance of the ROC and FloBoss products.   This 4-1/2 day course provides background and exercises that allow participants to learn effective implementation of the ROC364, ROC306/312, the FloBoss 407, the FloBoss 500, and the FloBoss 103. nbsp Items include hands-on lab work for connecting, configuring and troubleshooting hardware and software. nbsp Each student will be provided with a PC (ROCLINK preinstalled), a Remote Automation Solutions RTU, a communications cable, and a workbook for the duration of the class.
RA1217 ROC and FloBoss Troubleshooting and Problem Solving 2.1 In-Class
ROC 300 Series Hardware Overview FloBoss 407/500 Hardware Overview Configuration Software Review Troubleshooting Procedures and Plans Planning Maintaining Schedules Problem Prevention
Participants should have formal ROC/FloBoss configuration training and a working Knowledge of their application/process. nbsp Participants should also have advanced PC knowledge and be thoroughly familiar with Microsoft Windows operating systems (XP or later versions).
This 3-day course teaches the participant how to identify problems, determine the causes and take the proper corrective action for a quick resolution for the FloBoss 400/500 series and the ROC 300 series products. nbsp In this lab intensive course, stations will be set up with faulty equipment and participants will be challenged to identify and correct errors and malfunctions. nbsp The lab stations include common and not so common problem scenarios that have been collected from our field support group and from the factory repair department. nbsp nbsp Each student will be provided with a PC (ROCLINK preinstalled), a Remote Automation Solutions RTU, a communications cable, and a workbook for the duration of the class.
2053 Root Cause Failure Analysis 2.1 In-Class
• Failure definitions and types of failure • Establishing a RCFA program • When to initiate investigation • RCFA investigation methodology • Cost/benefit evaluation and performance metrics • Review of machinery and component failure modes • Case Histories
None
This 3-day course provides participants with the tools they need to begin the process of identifying Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA). This course was designed for managers, engineers and technicians who want to establish a RCFA program as a way of enhancing an existing Predictive/ Preventive Maintenance program. We recommend one to two years of experience with a predictive maintenance program, but no specific knowledge of predictive technologies is required. The course consists of a number of modules that provide the participant with an introduction to the various facets of benchmark RCFA programs.
2394 Rosemount 8700 Smart Magnetic and 8800 Series Vortex Flowmeters 0.7 In-Class
After attending the course the student will be able to do the following for both the Rosemount Magnetic and Vortex flowmeters Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for How Each Fowmeter Works and the Function of the Key Components Have a Basic Understanding of the Installation Best Practices for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the Sensor and Transmitter Perform a Basic Configuration of the Metering System for Various Applications Diagnose and Know How to Correct the Most Common Meter and Process Issues
This being a 1-Day class covering two flowmeters, some prior experience working with Rosemount’s Magnetic and Vortex flowmeters is recommended. However students with no past experience can also benefit if their learning objectives are to get a basic introduction to operation, installation, configuration and troubleshooting. nbsp For all attendees, it is assumed they have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog amp frequency signal processing. nbsp
This combined class is intended anyone that is involved with properly configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount 8700 Smart Magnetic amp nbsp 8800 Smart Vortex Flowmeters. Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.   This 1-day course is an abbreviated version of the 2340 and 2341 courses for Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic and 8800 Series Vortex meters. Typically 2/3 of the course time is spent on Rosemount’s 8800 Vortex flowmeter and 1/3 on Rosemount’s 8700 Magnetic Flowmeter. Theory of operation, meter components and installation of each flowmeter are covered. nbsp The focus of the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and reviewing the most common troubleshooting issue and best practices for resolution.
e2977 Rosemount - Wireless Pressure Gauge 0 On-Line 24X7
How it works Installation Configuration Maintenance procedures Troubleshooting the device Troubleshooting wireless networks
Knowledge of basic pressure and wireless networks.
This three hour eLearning course will teach the student how to install, configure, calibrate, and maintain the Rosemount Wireless Pressure Gauge.
RA900 S600 Operator 3.2 In-Class
Basic Concepts
Metering techniques amp standards
App Configurations for Floboss
RA902 S600+ Operator 2.1 In-Class
Basic Concepts and Product Architecture Hardware/IO Capabilities Download and Upload S600+ Configurations Use of the Front Panel l and Web Browser Capabilities Use of the Config600 Lite Tool to Modify Existing Displays/Reports/Modbus Interfaces
Participants should be familiar with metering techniques and standards. Participants should bring their own laptop computers to the course and should preferably nbsp have administrator privileges. Participants must be PC literate. Participants should have the Config600 Lite application installed on their laptop prior to attending.
The FloBoss S600+ Operator course provides an overview into the hardware and operational aspects of the FloBoss S600+.   The 3-day course will include a mixture of input from the trainer and participative training involving work in pairs and as individuals.
RA900 S600+ Operator 3.2 In-Class
Basic Concepts
Metring techniques/ completed on line course
Applications for S600
2731 Safety Engineering 2.8 In-Class
SIS Terminology The Safety Lifecycle nbsp Risk and Probability Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) Risk Analysis SIL Determination Reliability Engineering SRS and SIS Design Start-up and Operation
This course is for professionals responsible nbsp for specifying and implementing Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS). This 4-day instructor led course covers the complete Safety Lifecycle. The IEC 61511 standard will be referenced and used as a guide through the analysis, realization, and operation of an SIS. nbsp Exercises will include process hazard analysis, SIL determination, SRS definition, and SIF design.  
2730 Safety Engineering Overview 1.4 In-Class
SIS Terminology The Safety Lifecycle nbsp Risk and Probability Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) Risk Analysis SIL Determination Reliability Engineering SRS and SIS Design Start-up and Operation
This course is for project managers, supervisors, and team members who provide supporting roles on a Safety Instrumented System (SIS) Project. This 2-day instructor led course covers the Safety Lifecycle, terminology, and an introduction to industry standards such as IEC61508, IEC61511, and S84. Practical examples will cover the analysis, realization and operation of a safety instrumented system.  
ROXSAM2 SAM - Acoustic Sand Monitoring System 0 In-Class
Introduction to Sand Monitor nbsp - Why Do We Need Sand Detection System? nbsp nbsp - Product Description (Hardware) nbsp - Sand Detection System Enclosure nbsp nbsp - History nbsp nbsp - Challenges nbsp nbsp - Integration with Other Products Measurement Technology nbsp - How Do We Measure Sand? nbsp nbsp - Sand Detection Requirements nbsp nbsp - Process Data Interface nbsp nbsp - Sand Rate Calculation nbsp nbsp - Sand Detector nbsp nbsp - Accuracy nbsp Operations nbsp - Software nbsp nbsp - Configuration of the CIU nbsp nbsp - Process Data Interface nbsp nbsp - Alarm Settings Interface nbsp nbsp - Data Logging nbsp nbsp - Interpretation of Signals nbsp nbsp - Necessary Maintenance nbsp Maintenance nbsp - Installation nbsp nbsp - Communication nbsp nbsp - Calibration nbsp nbsp - Filtering Settings nbsp nbsp - Ownership nbsp
Some experience with instrumentation would be helpful.
The aim of this 2-day training is to enable participants to take full advantage of the meter in real applications. Upon completion of the course participants should be able to efficiently run Roxar meters on their own including delivering on-site quality reliable data without supervision, having enough self confidence to do normal routine maintenance, fault finding and troubleshooting.
VA109 Shafer Products 2.8 In-Class
Introduction and Company History Introduction Inside Sales Organization/Basic Funct. Plant Tour Gas Pipeline Valve/Actuator Applications Rotary Vane Actuators Assembly of Rotary Vane and Travel Adjustments Poppet Block, Hand Pump Local Manual Control/Control Schematics Control Functions and Components nbsp High amp Low Pressure Shutoff nbsp 2-Way Electric amp Failsafe nbsp ESD Pneumatic Linebreak Devices nbsp nbsp Limit Switches and Solenoid Valves Rotary Actuator Sizing - Theory and Ex Subsea and High Speed Rotary Vane Actuators Valve Position System LineGuard 2100 Linear Actuators Shafer Service Organization Installation and Routine Maintenance of Actuators Pricing, Project Pricing amp Commission Structure Pressure Equipment and Bookings Reports Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) Quality Assurance Open Shop Time
Students should be involved with the purchase, application, marketing, sales or service/maintenance of Shafer products. nbsp
This 4-day product training course provides an overview of the valve automation products manufactured by Shafer. Primarily focused on product features amp benefits, sizing/selection and applications service and maintenance training can also be provided if requested in advance of the class. In addition, an overview of Dantorque products can be included in the class if requested.
Sim-001 Simulator Instructor Station 0 In-Class
None
Teaches instructors how to use the principal features of the simulator instructor station. Hands-on exercises include snapping and resetting the simulator conditions backtracking plotting parameter trends applying equipment malfunctions and other types of actions using event triggers and automated plant procedures and reviewing trainee performance. Course is limited to four instructors. Conducted at the customer’s site using the customer’s simulator. Course applies only to simulators having JADE™ JStation™ instructor station software by GSE Power Systems, Inc. nbsp The course duration is three days.
Sim-011 Simulator Instructor Training 0 In-Class
Sim-001 is a recommended prerequisite.
Teaches instructors the process of planning, preparing, validating, executing, and evaluating simulator training sessions for plant operators. Hands-on exercises apply the process to plan, prepare, and validate simulator training sessions for unit startup, unit shutdown, unit abnormal operations, and DCS graphics familiarization. Course is limited to four instructors. Conducted at the customer’s site using the customer’s simulator. Course applies only to simulators having JADE™ JStation™ instructor station software by GSE Power Systems, Inc. The course duration is five days.
Sim-031 Simulator Training for Experienced Operators 0 In-Class
Sim-001 and Sim-011 are recommended prerequisites for instructors. Required prerequisite for operators sufficient knowledge of plant systems, controls, principles, and procedures to understand and perform the operations with little or no instructor assistance.
Applies the customer’s simulator to exercise, refresh and test the operating skills of experienced plant operators. Trainee operates the simulator as the real unit, in accordance with the customer’s procedures. Customer’s instructor controls the conduct and content of the training. Emerson trainer helps the customer’s instructor use the course materials, manipulate the simulator instructor station, and generally conduct the training, without telling the customer how to operate their plant. Course is patterned after one operational cycle of the real plant—unit startup, power generation, and shutdown. Trainee encounters a variety of abnormal conditions that require responsive action. Course is flexible to accommodate the customer’s specific unit, simulator, and operating procedures. Course is limited to four operators and three instructors. Conducted at the customer’s site using the customer’s simulator. Course applies only to simulators having JADE™ JStation™ instructor station software by GSE Power Systems, Inc. The course duration is ten days.
Sim-021 Simulator Training for New Operators 0 In-Class
Sim-001 and Sim-011 are recommended prerequisites for instructors. Required prerequisite for operators sufficient knowledge of plant systems, controls, principles, and procedures to understand and perform the operations with some instructor assistance.
Applies the customer’s simulator to develop the operating skills of new plant operators. Trainee operates the simulator as the real unit, in accordance with the customer’s procedures. Customer’s instructor controls the conduct and content of the training. Emerson trainer helps the customer’s instructor use the course materials, manipulate the simulator instructor station, and generally conduct the training, without telling the customer how to operate their plant. The course is divided into ten discrete simulator training sessions that focus on essential Ovation graphics operations, unit startup, unit shutdown, and unit operations in response to selected abnormal conditions. Course is flexible to accommodate the customer’s specific unit, simulator, and operating procedures. Course is limited to four operators and three instructors. Conducted at the customer’s site using the customer’s simulator. Course applies only to simulators having JADE™ JStation™ instructor station software by GSE Power Systems, Inc. The course duration is ten days.
ROXSMPFM2 SMPFM - Subsea Multiphase Meter 0 In-Class
Introduction to Subsea Multiphase nbsp - Metering of the Oil and Gas Production nbsp - Purpose of the Multiphase Meters nbsp - Multiphase Flow and Terminology nbsp - Subsea Installations nbsp - Roxar Multiphase Sensors and Electronics Measurement Technology nbsp - Overview of the Measurement System nbsp - Measurement Principles in Roxar MPFM nbsp - Determination of the Flow Rates nbsp - Velocity Measurements nbsp - Pressure, Temperature and Volume nbsp - Verification of the Measurements nbsp - The Subsea Retrievable Canister (SRC) nbsp - Redundancy Operations nbsp - Overview of the Operation System nbsp - Service Console Program (SCP) nbsp - Communication Set-Up Reference Fluid nbsp nbsp Parameter Set-Up nbsp Well Test Options nbsp - Overview of Recommended Maintenance nbsp Maintenance nbsp - Overview of recommended maintenance nbsp - MPFM systems maintenance nbsp - Calibration Redundancy Set-Up Updates PVTx nbsp - Overview - Roxar Tempest PVTx Program nbsp - Fluid analysis Import Tables
Some experience with instrumentation would be helpful. In order to gain the maximum benefit of the course we recommend that each participant gets acquainted with Handbook of Multiphase Metering available for download on www.nfogm.no (under documents section) or completes an online course on the same nbsp website under NFOGM Metering School.
The aim of this 2-day training is to enable participants to take full advantage of the meter in real applications. Upon completion of the course participants should be able to efficiently run Roxar meters on their own including delivering on-site quality reliable data without supervision, having enough self confidence to do normal routine maintenance, fault finding and troubleshooting.
OV115 Solaris to Windows Upgrade 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Describe the functions and differences of the Ovation Windows network and its components • Monitor plant processes using Ovation Windows data acquisition tools • Navigate and understand the Ovation Developer Studio • Demonstrate a basic level of proficiency using the Ovation 3.5 control builder • Demonstrate a basic level of proficiency using the graphics builder • Understand and implement some basic Ovation Windows configuration changes
The course is intended but not limited to students with a knowledgeable Solaris background and should have attended the UNIX (core) courses namely the OV100-UNIX, OV200-UNIX and OV210-UNIX prior to attending the OV115-WIN.
The OV115-WIN course is designed to teach the Ovation™ Windows® 3.5 software utility packages from a higher level. The course provides instruction on the Ovation Windows studio of application programs including the building of point records, control sheets, graphic displays and the loading, saving and downloading of each entity. Topics of discussion include basic network, architecture and components, Operator functions, Developer Studio features, Control and Graphics building and Basic system configuration. The course duration is five days.
OV100 Starting with Data Acquisition (for Windows) 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Recognize Ovation terminology and identify the types of drops used for data acquisition in an Ovation system • Demonstrate the ability to effectively use Ovation documentation • Describe the functions of the Ovation network and its components • Describe the general architecture of an Ovation system • Describe the database point record movement between various drops as the points are monitored, modified and built • Monitor plant processes using data acquisition tools
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OV100-WIN provides experience using an Ovation™ Data Acquisition System (DAS). Ovation terminology and proper use of Ovation documentation are discussed. Students are introduced to the major components of the system and practice using Ovation tools that are designed to make data acquisition easy. Exercises include modifying and building database point records for analog and digital points. Students physically connect various field devices to the I/O and test the signals. Basic techniques for troubleshooting data acquisition hardware and software are also included in the course. This course is intended for anyone who will need to work with the DAS of the Ovation system in a Windows environment. Note We will be offering separate OV100-WIN courses for Ovation 3.x and Ovation 2.x users. As the courses are scheduled simultaneously, please be sure that you enroll in the proper system-level class. The course duration is five days.
RA447V Station Manager Configuration 1.8 In-Class, Virtual
Hardware overview
Application knowledge/Windows XP
Configuration of Station Mgr.
RA447 Station Manager Configuration 1.8 In-Class
Hardware overview
Application knowledge/Windows XP
Configuration of Station Mgr.
RA447 Station Manager Configurations 2.1 In-Class
Hardware Overview Writing/Saving Configurations I/O Controls MVT Calibration Station Configuration
The following are suggested, not mandatory Participants should have a working knowledge of their application/process. nbsp Participants should be familiar with Windows XP or later versions and posess a general knowledge of gas measurement and production.
Personnel responsible for the installation, wiring, start-up, configuration and maintenance of ControlWave gas flow computers nbsp   The Gas Measurement Applications for Technicians course provides students with a thorough understanding of configuration of the Multi-Run/ Multi-Station (MRMS) application for the ControlWave Micro.   Students will use TechView to configure the ControlWave application to establish multiple gas measurement and control scenarios, historical log collections, calibrations, and much more.
OV375 Steam Turbine Mechanical Hydraulics 0 In-Class
Upon successful completion of this course, using the reference material provided, the student will be able to • Understand the basic functions and building blocks of the mechanical hydraulic components. • Identify primary hydraulic components, pumps, accumulators, etc. • Trace components using hydraulic diagrams and drawings • Identify and describe operational characteristics of directional, proportional and servo valves • Identify common problems with lvdt, settings, rvp basic setting • Understand the speed probe operation • Demonstrate knowledge on hydraulic oil used Type of oil Acceptable temperature The need for cleanliness Materials for gaskets Tank filling and flushing procedures
Students must have a good understanding of the Ovation™ system architecture. It is not mandatory but recommended that students attend the OV370-WIN course prior to attending this course.
This course provides expert knowledge of the Emerson Mechanical Hydraulic Products. Students will also learn how to maintain the Emerson Equipment. nbsp The course duration is three days.
7081 SYNCADE - Document Control and Archiving 2.1 In-Class, Virtual
DCA Overview DCA User Interface Repository Creation, Configuration and Use Document Types Configured Properties Creating Document Properties Adding Documents – Manual / Autoloader Document Life Cycle Document Change Control Change Request User Interface Change Request Life Cycle Change Request Types Change Request Workflows Creating Change Requests Review and Approval Processes Document Packages Overview Packages User Interface Package Classes
This 3-day class provides the user with the necessary skills to set up, configure and maintain the DCA module in Syncade TM Suite. Students will be taught repository setup and administration settings, how to add documents to a user configured repository structure using manual or automated techniques, manually move documents through the promotion model as well as editing existing documents and making them available to the production cycle. nbsp Users will configure and use the Change Request feature within DCA to move documents through the promotion model. nbsp Change request types and workflows will be created and users assigned to the roles in the steps to automate the document promotion process. nbsp Document packages will also be taught in this class. Users will create package classes that will be used to create a print package for a production run.
7084 SYNCADE - Materials, Inventory and Order Management 2.1 In-Class, Virtual
Material/Inventory Management Overview OM Overview Material Masters Material Properties Quality Statuses Order Creation and Execution Material Allocations Weigh and Dispense Trusted Dispensing Sampling Purchasing and Receiving Lot and Container Actions Physical Inventory Genealogy Inventory Adjustments
This 3-day class will provide the user with the necessary skills to create and manage all types of materials as they flow into, through and out of the production environment during order execution. Users will create material masters to define the material characteristics, create inventory, create and execute orders, allocate materials, create material samples, track lots and containers and perform weigh and dispense activities.
7080 SYNCADE - Overview 1.8 In-Class, Virtual
Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) Document Control and Authoring Security Basics Portal Training and Development Equipment Tracking Materials Management Inventory Management Recipe Authoring Order Management Weigh and Dispense Electronic Batch Records
This 2-day class provides an overview of Syncade TM nbsp Suite applications and their use within a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) environment. Compliance Suite applications handle tasks that fit between the process control system environment, such as DeltaV, and corporate Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, such as SAP. Each module in the suite will be covered briefly to provide the user with a basic understanding of the module, its functionality and how it fits into the overall MES functional layer. Integration methods and implementation techniques are not part of this class.
7080B SYNCADE - Overview - 7080B 1.8 On-Line 24X7
• Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) • Document Control and Authoring • Security Basics • Portal • Training and Development • Equipment Tracking • Materials Management • Inventory Management • Recipe Authoring • Order Management
This 2-day class provides an overview of the Syncade applications and their use within a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) environment. The Syncade applications handle tasks that fit between the process control system environment, such as DeltaV™, and corporate Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, such as SAP. Each module in Syncade will be covered briefly to provide the user with a basic understanding of the module, its functionality and how it fits into the overall MES functional layer. Integration methods and implementation techniques are not part of this class.
7095 SYNCADE - Recipe Authoring 2.1 In-Class, Virtual
Recipe Authoring (RA) Overview nbsp RA Application nbsp Manual and Automation Recipe Hierarchy nbsp Work Instructions and Parameter Types nbsp Operations, Unit Procedures and Procedure Creation nbsp RA Simulator nbsp Process Segments nbsp Master Recipes nbsp Order Execution nbsp Parameter Referral and Deferral nbsp Reference Groups nbsp Formula Creation/Selection nbsp Behaviors and the Behavior Editor nbsp DeltaV Recipes nbsp Integrated Type 2 and 3 Recipes
This full 3-day class will provide the user with the necessary skills to configure version 4 recipes for SYNCADE Suite execution. nbsp Users will learn to configure manual recipes, DeltaV recipes and recipes that integrate the SYNCADE Suite and DeltaV into a complete cohesive batch record.
7095B SYNCADE - Recipe Authoring - 7095B 2.1 On-Line 24X7
• Recipe Authoring (RA) Overview • RA Application • Manual and Automation Recipe Hierarchy • Work Instructions and Parameter Types • Operations, Unit Procedures and Procedure Creation • RA Simulator • Process Segments • Master Recipes • Order Execution • Parameter Referral and Deferral • Reference Groups • Formula Creation/Selection • Behaviors • DeltaV Recipes • Integrated Type 2 and 3 Recipes
This 3-day class will provide the user with the necessary skills to configure version 4.3 recipes. nbsp nbsp Users will learn to configure and execute manual, automation, and integrated recipes using Syncade and DeltaV. nbsp Recipes will be taken from the configuration stage, through execution, and into the order completed state. nbsp This process will teach users how a complete batch record is made.
7082 SYNCADE - Training and Development 0.7 In-Class, Virtual
TD Overview Defining the Organizational Structure Creating Tasks Creating Skills and Assigning Tasks Certification Methods Setting Up Training Classes Creating Job Requirements Integrating TD with Other Compliance Suite Modules Maintaining Necessary Job Related Skills Administration Notification Processes
This 1-day class will provide the user with the necessary skills to configure the Training and Development module to successfully ensure the workforce is up to date with job related skill sets. Users will configure the tasks and skill sets necessary for an individual to complete a job function as well as maintain those skills over time. Users will configure an organizational structure that will be used to define departments and positions and assign skills to those positions that will set the requirements for a person holding that position. nbsp Courses will be created that will teach the tasks required to fill a position in the organization. nbsp Users will also schedule classes and learn how to enroll themselves and others using the training and requirement planners in the TD module. nbsp Users will also be taught how to set up the notification processes within the Compliance Suite administration menus.
7083 SYNCADE Suite - Equipment Tracking 1.4 In-Class, Virtual
ET Overview Create Equipment Classes Define Calibration Targets Add Custom Properties Create Events and Event State Matrix Create Rules and Groups Material and Labor with Events Event Scheduling Create Equipment Integrating Documents and Skills Performing Events Work Orders
This 2-day class will provide the user with the necessary skills to create, configure and maintain equipment used in the production process. Users will configure equipment classes and equipment that will provide a solution for managing equipment use, maintenance and calibration information. Events will be set up on the equipment class that define actions that can be performed, or need to be performed, on equipment created from the equipment class. Rules and groups will be configured to assist in implementing controls on equipment and when certain events need to occur. Schedules will be created to set up periodic preventive maintenance and work orders will be created to cover the unscheduled activities that may be needed to fully utilize production equipment.
REL001 The Reliability Game 0 In-Class
• The financial opportunity associated with proactive maintenance • Where the money goes • How to stop wasting money • The value of proactive maintenance to their maintenance processes • The power of teamwork
The Reliability Game focuses participants’ attention on the maintenance function at a facility. nbsp The game is a simulation that clearly demonstrates the value of proactive reliability practices and the positive effects it has on the bottom line. nbsp The simulation is both fun and educational. nbsp The simulation also provides a mechanism to help the participants create a common understanding of basic reliability business goals. The duration of the course is one day.
D4530 Understanding Metering Systems: Applications, Operations and Maintenance 0 In-Class
Background to High Accuracy Fluid Flow Measurement Custody Transfer, Fiscal and Allocation Metering Commercial Agreements and Legal Requirements Flow Measurement Methods Qualitative Measurement Reference Standards Employed Flow and Energy Calculations System Maintenance Good Metering Practices
A background in process control or process instrumentation is required.
This 2-day course is an introduction to high accuracy fluid flow measurement systems. The instructor will explain the practical application of gas and liquid flow meters and secondary instrumentation as well as the liquid sampling and gas analysis techniques for measuring product quality. Good practice for system operation and maintenance nbsp will also be discussed. Supporting literature will be supplied to students.
1451 Valve Maintenance with FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller 3.2 In-Class
Control Valve Terminology nbsp Globe Valves/Packing nbsp Actuators nbsp Bench Set nbsp Ball Valves / Butterfly Valves / Eccentric Disc Valves nbsp Valve Characteristics nbsp FIELDVUETM Digital Valve Controller Theory of Operation nbsp HART Communication Signal FIELDVUE Instrument Installation nbsp 475 Field Communicator nbsp Instrument Configuration and Calibration nbsp Instrument Troubleshooting nbsp Valvelink nbsp Mobile Overview
Experience in instrument calibration and in control valve maintenance, installation, and operation would be helpful.
This introductory course is for valve mechanics, maintenance personnel, instrument technicians, and others who are responsible for maintaining control valves, actuators and control valve instrumentation. This is course will cover sliding stem and rotary valves and actuators, valve and actuator setup, maintenance, repair and troubleshooting, installation and calibration of the FIELDVUE digital valve controllers using the 475 Field communicator. An overview of  ValveLink Mobile will be included. nbsp
1400 Valve Technician I 3.2 In-Class
Control Valve Terminology Globe Valves Packing Actuators, Positioners and Digital Valve Controllers Bench Set Seat Leak Testing Ball Valves Butterfly Valves Eccentric Disc Valves Valve Characteristics
Some experience in instrument calibration and in control valve maintenance, installation, and operation would be helpful.  
This introductory course is for valve mechanics, maintenance personnel, instrument technicians, and others who are responsible for maintaining control valves, actuators and control valve instrumentation. This course explains how valves and actuators function and how they are installed and calibrated. nbsp It emphasizes installation, troubleshooting, parts replacement, and calibration of control valves, actuators, positioners and digital valve controllers. Those who complete this course will be able to correctly perform installation procedures perform basic troubleshooting properly apply and calibrate, positioners and FIELDVUE digital valve controllers change valve trim, gaskets and packing
1450 Valve Technician II 3.2 In-Class
Control Loop Basics Major Loop Components Control Loop Performance Influences on Loop Performance Valve Selection and Sizing Valve Troubleshooting Actuator Selection and Sizing Actuator Troubleshooting Instrument Selection Instrument Troubleshooting Severe Service Considerations Controller Tuning
Course 1400
This advanced course is for experienced valve mechanics and maintenance personnel, instrument technicians, and others who will benefit from a broadened perspective of control valve performance and maintenance issues. This course discusses a basic approach to troubleshooting and correcting many common control valve problems. Fisher® Specification Manager software is introduced to give the student a better feel for the sizing and selection process of the valve and actuator. nbsp Problems such as cavitation, flashing, and aerodynamic noise are also discussed, as well as, common solutions to these problems using different control valve trims and materials. nbsp Instrumentation topics are expanded from course 1400 (Valve Technician I) to include troubleshooting and advanced calibration for split ranging, non-compatible signals, or using additional instruments such as a volume booster and trip valves. nbsp nbsp Loop performance due to stick-slip, high friction, and improper loop tuning are also discussed, along with the use of process simulation software to look at basic approach to loop tuning and troubleshooting.
1759 ValveLink Software for Diagnostics of FIELDVUE - Digital Valve Controller 1.8 In-Class
Pneumatic Control Valve Terminology nbsp Features of the Digital Valve Controller and ValveLinkTM Software nbsp ValveLinkTM Diagnostic Tests nbsp Data Interpretation nbsp Troubleshooting Techniques nbsp Comparison Testing Techniques nbsp Performance Diagnostics
Students must have completed courses 1750, 1752 or 7036 prior to attending.
This course teaches the techniques necessary to collect and interpret valve diagnostic tests performed using ValveLink software. This course uses practical excercies and discussions to teach the student to interpret and analyze diagnostic data obtained using FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controllers and ValveLink software. Students will perform diagnostic tests on a variety of valve/actuator combinations and use the data to determine bench set, dynamic error band, seat load, spring rate and other pertinent parameters. Students will also perform comparison tests on valves/ actuators containing assembly or operating flaws and use the data for troubleshooting purposes.
1752 ValveLink Software for FIELDVUE Digital Configuration and Calibration of Valve Controllers 1.8 In-Class
Introduction to ValveLink Software ValveLinkTM Tag and Database Management nbsp Configuration with ValveLink nbsp Calibration with ValveLink nbsp ValveLinkTM Advanced and Performance Tier Diagnostics nbsp Troubleshooting nbsp Introduction to Diagnositc Data Interpretation
Control valve experience and/or course 1400, 1300, 1710, or 1451.
This course is for technicians, engineers and others responsible for installation, calibration and diagnostics for FIELDVUE digital valve controllers and ValveLinkTM software. The primary focus of this course is to provide a comprehensive experience in managing digital valve controllers using the ValveLink software. This lecture/lab style course provides nbsp hands-on experience working with FIELDVUE digital valve controller, and ValveLinkTM software. Students will be able to execute ValveLink calibration and diagnostic routines, and create an instrument database. nbsp
e2074V Vibration Analysis Module AMS Machinery Manager (v5.2 or higher) 0.1 On-Line 24X7
Introduction of the New Vibration Analysis Module (V5.2/V5.3) Learn to display Spectra, Waveform, and Trends Use of the Toolbar for Data Manipulation
Familiar with the AMS Machinery Manager Software.
This e-course provides thorough introduction on the Vibration Analysis module in the V5.2/V5.3 AMS Machinery Manager software. The interface of the Vibration Analysis module is much more user intuitive. With the V5.2/V5.3 version of the Vibration Analysis module, powerful tools for the analysis and comparison of multiple types of data are right at your fingertips.
ROXWCM2 WCM - Watercut Meter 0 In-Class
Intro of Watercut Metering and Technology nbsp - Why Measure Watercut nbsp - Watercut Metering Challenges/Requirements nbsp nbsp - Technology for Watercut Measurement Measurement Technology nbsp - How to Measure Watercut nbsp nbsp - Installation nbsp nbsp - Microwave Signal Path nbsp nbsp - Entrapment of Microwaves in a Pipe nbsp nbsp - Microwave Resonance nbsp nbsp - Permittivity of Oil and Water nbsp - Water Continuous and Oil Continuous Phase nbsp nbsp - Calculations nbsp - Measurement Uncertainty, Initial Explanation Operations nbsp - Connecting to the Meter nbsp nbsp - Going into the Main Menu nbsp nbsp - Different Settings of the Meter nbsp nbsp - StartingMeasurement nbsp nbsp - Inline Calibration of a Meter nbsp nbsp - Measurement Uncertainty Maintenance nbsp - Overview of Recommended Maintenance nbsp nbsp - Diagnostics and Logging nbsp - Reading the Settings Overview nbsp nbsp - Record a Plot of the Microwave Electronics nbsp nbsp - Common Error Messages nbsp nbsp - Detecting if a Meter is Gas Filled nbsp nbsp - Analysis and Filing nbsp nbsp - Downloading New Code to a Meter nbsp nbsp - Erasing the Battery Backed RAM in a Meter nbsp nbsp - Troubleshooting the Temperature Transmitter nbsp nbsp - Practical Exercises  
Some experience with instrumentation would be helpful. In order to gain the maximum benefit of the course we recommend that each participant gets acquainted with Handbook of Water Fraction Metering available for download on www.nfogm.no (under documents section).
The aim of this 2-day training is to nbsp enable participants to take full advantage of the meter in real applications. Upon completion of the course participants should be able to efficiently run Roxar meters on their own including delivering on-site quality reliable data without supervision, having enough self confidence to do normal routine maintenance, fault finding and troubleshooting.
2084 Wear Debris Analysis Workshop 1.4 In-Class
Training is presented in the following areas • Wear particle generation • Tribology, friction, and wear • Lubrication fundamentals • Sample screening techniques • Interpretation of oil analysis results related to WDA such as OilView® Indices and commercial oil laboratory data • Sample preparation techniques • Overview of the OilView® WDA module • Particle identification and characterization exercise • Identification and characterization of wear debris using photographs and/or live samples
Wear debris analysis is often referred to as the most important form of oil analysis. This 2-day course teaches how to apply conditions such as the environment and other outside factors to make an accurate root cause analysis. Attendees gain a basic understanding of wear particle generation, sample preparation techniques, identification and characterization of wear particles. Data generated using the OilView® instrumentation and how it applies to WDA is discussed as well as the use of the OilView® WDA module. WDA skills must be maintained by the student through regular practice and may be developed by reading further on the subject.
ROXWGM2 WGM - Wetgas Meter 0 In-Class
Introduction of Wetgas Metering and Technology nbsp - Why Wetgas Metering nbsp - Terminology nbsp - Flow Regimes nbsp - Why use WGM Instead of Multiphase Meters nbsp - Typical Installations Subsea/Topside nbsp - Description of the Different Parts of the Meter Measurement Technology nbsp - How is Wetgas Measured nbsp - Operational Modes nbsp - Measurement Requirements/Range (IDS) nbsp - Installing the Meter nbsp - Transmitter Location nbsp nbsp - Meter Accuracy Operations nbsp - Communicating with the Meter nbsp - Communication Protocols nbsp - Software nbsp - Calibration nbsp - Configuration nbsp Maintenance nbsp - Periodic Checks nbsp - Topside/Subsea nbsp - Monthly and Annual Checks nbsp - Fixed values for Communication nbsp - Troubleshooting nbsp - Case Studies of Known Scenarios/Problems
Some experience with instrumentation would be helpful.
The aim of this 2-day training is to enable participants to take full advantage of the meter in real applications. Upon completion of the course participants should be able to efficiently run Roxar meters on their own including delivering on-site quality reliable data without supervision, having enough self confidence to do normal routine maintenance, fault finding and troubleshooting.
2383 Wireless - Micro Motion Coriolis and Rosemount Smart Magnetic and Vortex Flowmeters 0.7 In-Class
Explain the Fundamentals for how a Micro Motion Coriolis, Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic amp 8800 Series Vortex Flowmeters Work with a 1420 Wireless Gateway and 775 Smart THUM Adapter Install and Wire a 775 Smart THUM to Micro Motion and Rosemount Transmitters Connect to and Configure the Micro Motion and Rosemount Transmitters to work with a 1420 Wireless Gateway Configure a 775 Smart THUM and the nbsp Transmitters to Communicate on the Gateway using AMS Device Manager
General understanding of the HART protocol and operation and configuration of a Micro Motion Coriolis, Rosemount 8700 Magnetic and 8800 Vortex meters is assumed. nbsp
This course is intended for anyone that is involved with installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a Micro Motion Coriolis, Rosemount 8700 Magnetic amp 8800 Vortex flowmeters with a 775 Wireless THUM. nbsp Typical job functions include maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers. This 1-day course consists of a blend of lectures and hands-on exercises that cover a basic overview of wireless capabilities with a Micro Motion Coriolis, Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic and 8800 Series Vortex meters. nbsp Based on customer need, the class can be taught for each individual products. nbsp The course provides a step by step process for the following nbsp how to install and wire a 775 Smart Wireless THUM to each transmitter, how to configure the THUM, how to configure the 1420 Wireless Gateway to the THUM using AMS Device Manager , and how to add and view nbsp the Micro Motion and Rosemount transmitters to the gateway. nbsp
2375 Wireless Self Organizing Network 1.4 In-Class
How Self Organizing Networks Function Self Organizing Networks Best Practices Network Components 1420 Installation and Setup Network Parameters 648 and 3051S Wireless Transmitters Installation, Configuration, Maintenance and Calibration Using AMS Device Manager with the 1420 Wireless gateway Configuring Wireless Devices with AMS Device Manager Operation of AMS Wireless Snap-On Modbus Serial Integration Modbus TCP Integration OPC Integration
This course is intended for technicians, engineers and other plant personnel who need to know how to design, install, setup, configure, maintain and troubleshoot Wireless Self Organizing Networks and their components. Overview This 2 day course explains how Self Organizing Wireless Networks function and how they are installed, setup, configured and integrated. It emphasizes planning, proper installation and startup, configuration, maintenance, and integration. The course uses lectures and labs to maximize the hands on experience and teach the students. Students who complete this course will   correctly install and setup the 1420 Wireless Gateway properly install and configure Wireless Transmitters properly integrate Host interfaces to the Wireless Gateway  
2025C Wireless Self Organizing Network & CSI 9420 Operation and Maintenance 2.1 In-Class
This course# is for 2375 amp 2025 combined
Some experience in Networks and Host integration would be helpful.
This course# is for 2375 amp 2025 combined
2170 X-STREAM Process Gas Analyzers 0 In-Class
Overview and Theory Application and Selection of Options Installation and Troubleshooting Maintenance and Calibration  
This 3-day course uses lectures and hands on training to teach the student the non-dispersive infrared, electrochemical or paramagnetic oxygen and thermal conductivity measurement techniques used in the analyzer. Applications will be reviewed including the various housings to meet the environmental needs. nbsp The student will learn the theory of operation set up software variables for proper calibration and installation understand and use the troubleshooting tools including diagnostics