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Wonderware HMI Basics

This is an introductory course on the popular human machine Interface

software used for industrial automation. The focus of this training will be

on the maintenance of the Wonderware system. The hardware, operating

system,and application will be studied,as well as the RSLinx communication

to a PLC. The course will also cover development/modification of a sample

application to show how the interaction of tags, objects, animation links,

etc., form a working HMI project. This is an 8- hour course.

Instrumentation Basics

This is an introductory course on the basic operation and troubleshooting

of analog systems in an industrial or process environment. The students

will learn sensors, transmitters, controllers and indicators, as well as the

control devices used in a process loop. This is an 8-hour course.

Instrumentation Advanced

This course is focused toward plant maintenance personnel that are

responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting instrumentation &

process controls systems in a production environment. Instrumentation

terms will be discussed along with an emphasis on applied theory and

troubleshooting. This will be accomplished by observing typical transducer

and controller operation characteristics. The student will be required to

identify, calibrate, and troubleshoot individual components and complete

systems. This is a 32-hour course.

Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T)

This course provides the students with a foundation in the skills needed to

read and follow blueprints using geometric dimensioning and tolerancing

(GD&T). The course deals with basic geometric dimensioning and

tolerancing methods as interpreted in the ASME Y14.5M. The student will

learn to read geometric tolerancing symbolism and terms. This is a 10-

hour course delivered via a webinar style of training. This training will be

delivered to your home, office or conference room.

Intro to Quality & SPC

An overview of quality fundamentals and an introduction to statistical

process control charting. This course was designed for manufacturing

personnel from all areas. Course includes many in class exercises to

reinforce the quality principles and for the trainees to gain “hands-on”

experience by applying and interpreting basic quality tools and control

charts. Topics include SPC Tools, variations and statistics, charting, XBar,

& R charts, and much more. This 10-hour course delivered via a webinar

style of training. This training will be delivered to your home, office, or

conference room.

Basic Electrical Troubleshooting

This 24-hour seminar is focused toward plant maintenance personnel that

are responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting electrical equipment

in a production or process environment. Basic electrical terms will be

discussed along with an emphasis on wiring and troubleshooting. Trainees

will wire simple control circuits and troubleshoot faulted equipment, by

using techniques and equipment covered in the training. Components

covered include start/stop stations, limit switches, solenoids, pilot lights,

relays, motors, motor starters and control transformers. An emphasis will

be on interpreting electrical prints.

Intro to PLC (SLC-500)/Micro/Compact

The purpose of this course is to train engineering and maintenance

personnel on the operation and basic troubleshooting of Allen Bradley

PLC systems, in order to become more effective troubleshooters

on production equipment. The trainees will learn how to wire and

troubleshoot the PLC hardware, and utilize RSLinx and RSLogix to

navigate through the PLC program for troubleshooting. This class will

focus on the hardware of the SLC-500 modular I/O unit with discrete and

analog I/O. This is a 16-hour course.

Variable Frequency Drives Troubleshooting

The purpose of this course is to train engineering and maintenance

personnel on the operation and basic troubleshooting of the

variable frequency drive systems, in order to become more effective

troubleshooters on production equipment. The trainees will learn how

to wire, program and troubleshoot the Rockwell Automation hardware, as

well as basic induction motor operation & troubleshooting. This course

will also focus on component identification, preventative maintenance

and troubleshooting techniques. This is a 16-hour course. Customer can

choose PowerFlex 40, PowerFlex 70 or PowerFlex 525 VFD drive trainers.

Vibration Analysis Basics Infared

This course is designed for the new user of vibration analysis or predictive

maintenance instrumentation or for the individual that desires to become

more familiar with the basics of vibration. The relationship between the

mechanical condition of machinery and vibration is presented. This

background helps show how vibration detection and analysis can be

used in a cost-effective program to identify machinery problems and

schedule repairs to avoid costly machine downtime. Basic vibration

measures including amplitude, frequency, and phase are discussed.

Students will realize significant benefits from the practical hands-on

measurement exercises using modern data collectors and analyzers.

The material in this course is applicable to all vendors’ vibration data

collection or analysis equipment. This is a 24-hour course.

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