Instrument & Valve Services Service Catalog

Instrument & Valve Services Service Catalog
Instrument &
Valve Services
Service Catalog
Asset Optimization
October 2008
Contents
STARTUP SERVICES .......................................................................................................................................................... 5
WIRELESS STARTUPS ..................................................................................................................................................... 10
TURNAROUND/OUTAGE SERVICES............................................................................................................................... 15
ROSEMOUNT CERTIFIED REPAIR .................................................................................................................................. 19
HANDHELD COMMUNICATOR SERVICES ..................................................................................................................... 26
INVENTORY OPTIMIZATION ............................................................................................................................................ 29
ONSITE STAFFING – GENERAL I&E/SYSTEMS WORK/COMMISSION CHECK OUT ................................................. 31
TRAINING COURSES ........................................................................................................................................................ 32
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Introduction
As the largest service supplier in North America, Emerson's Instrument & Valve Services can help your customers avoid
unplanned costs and unscheduled maintenance through our comprehensive startup, diagnostic, repair, and maintenance
services.
We are one of the offerings of Emerson Process Management's Asset Optimization Division that combines world-class
services with innovative technologies to improve the availability and performance of production assets. All our
technicians are factory-trained and receive a steady schedule of refresher programs and certifications, enabling them to
deliver only the highest quality of expertise to every customer.
That’s just one more reason why Emerson Process Management has received Control
Magazine’s Readers Choice Award for excellence in more categories than those from any
other supplier for 14 years in a row.
Instrument & Valve Services maintains 55 service centers throughout North America.
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Overview of Services
Asset Optimization Consulting
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Asset Reliability Services
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Reliability-Based Maintenance
o Assessment and benchmarking
o Program design and improvement
o Program implementation
Equipment Startup
Project Management Services
Installation
Loop validation
Startup/commissioning
Onsite consigned startup inventory
Certified calibrations
Configuration
Valve signature tests
Mobile onsite service centers
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Application of Technology
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Predictive maintenance applications
Implementation of intelligent field devices
375 Field Communicator upgrades
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Onsite and classroom courses
Computer-based and self-paced learning
Certification to recognize industry standards
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Education and Certification
Turnaround services
o Pre-turnaround diagnostic services
o Predictive diagnostics using AMS® Suite and
FlowScanner™
o Turnaround management
o Valve signature tests
o Mobile onsite instrument & Valve Service Centers
o Inline machining
o Remote seal repair/replacement
o Onsite turnaround inventory
Periodic Services
o Certified calibrations
o Critical support routine services
− Valve signature testing
− Checks/maintenance
− Calibrations
− Preventative maintenance
Emergency demand services
Inventory programs
o Inventory analysis
o Inventory standardization
o Inventory optimization
Local service centers
o Diagnostics
o Repair
o Remote seals repair/replacement
o Valve signature testing
o Valve remanufacture and recertification (Encore®)
o Replacement units
− New parts
− Competitive repairs
Assets Served
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Valves
o Butterfly
o Ball
o Instrumentation
o Severe service
o Safety
o Safety relief
o Gate
o Globe
o Check
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Analyzers: Gas and Process
o Thermal conductivity
analyzers
o Process gas chromatographs
o NO/NOx analyzers
o Oxygen analyzers
o Photometers
o TOC analyzers
o Total hydrocarbon analyzers
o Trace moisture analyzers
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Instrumentation
o Pressure
o Temperature
o Flow
− Magnetic flow
− Mass flow
− Coriolis
− Vortex flow
o Level
o Remote seals
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Regulators
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Analyzers: Liquid
o pH
o Conductivity
Environmental Solutions
o Continuous emissions
monitoring (CEMS)
o Internal combustion engine
emissions (ICEE)
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Intelligent device networks
o HART®
o FOUNDATION™ fieldbus
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Startup Services
Starting a new plant or process?
We can help control pressure where it’s most critical - in your schedule and budget.
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Expert installation, calibration, and
configuration of valves and instruments
Qualified technicians available all day, every
day
Flexible pricing plans
If you have a startup scheduled in the near future, you know what a high-pressure operation it can be. There is a lot of
money riding on your ability to get the plant or process up and running on time and within budget. Every day past the
deadline means lost revenue, or worse, potential penalties. Does your staff have the technical expertise, the experience,
and the time to ensure that your valves and transmitters are properly installed, calibrated, and configured? And if it’s not
done right, how long will it be before a poorly installed field device comes back to haunt you?
Let Emerson’s Instrument & Valve Services take these worries off your mind and startup tasks off your list. Through our
expert technicians - available all day, every day, onsite or at our service depots across North America - we can help you
start up on time and within budget, with instrumentation and valves that are properly installed and calibrated correctly.
Furthermore, we offer pricing plans to suit your needs. With mutual advanced planning, we can offer you flexible
packages that allow you to control your startup costs.
After startup, we can discuss regularly scheduled visits or specific demands, and we’ll service your plant on an
as-needed basis.
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Description of Startup Services
Startup services are offered to help you install, commission, and maximize your Emerson products.
Startup products include, but are not limited to:
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Micro Motion® Coriolis flowmeters
Micro Motion Dedicated Density meters
Rosemount® Radar level transmitters
Rosemount Ultrasonic level transmitters
Rosemount Vortex flowmeters
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Rosemount Differential Pressure flowmeters
Rosemount Multivariable Mass flowmeters
Rosemount Pressure transmitters
Rosemount Temperature transmitters
Rosemount Magnetic flowmeters
Services Included
1. One site visit
• Monday-Friday during normal business hours (7am-5pm)
• 5 business days lead time on request
• Travel and travel expenses
2. Installation verification and commissioning
• A check of all the variables for each transmitter type, including mechanical, wiring, and loop verifications.
• A complete check of the transmitter’s configuration and diagnostics.
• If time permits, the technician will provide performance verification.
3. On-the-job training
• Training in essential installation, operation, and troubleshooting of the transmitter installed.
• Provide basic understanding of transmitter fundamentals in a group setting.
4. Follow up
• 4 weeks after successful startup of the transmitter, the technician will follow up via telephone to ensure good
communication still exists.
• The customer will be asked to perform a follow-up survey through the North American Response Center
(NARC).
5. Six month extended warranty
• Standard warranty is 12 months from installation or 18 months from shipment, whichever is first. With startup
services, that warranty is extended to 18 months from installation or 24 months from shipment, whichever is
first.
Optional Services
1. Application assistance
• Assistance in correctly using the transmitter in the process. The technician will help make sure the transmitter is
correctly positioned and operating as it should.
2. Communication based checks
• The technician will used advanced tools to check the communications of the transmitter to the host
communication system.
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Customer Requirements
The following must be completed to optimize the call:
• The transmitter should be installed according to the requirements in the installation manuals.
• All necessary wiring connected.
• A method of verifying performance – a “catch and weigh” for a Coriolis startup, a “window” for a radar level
startup, or other methods available.
Startup Customer/Instrument & Valve Services Requirements
Field devices must be mounted and have all
process connections attached
Emerson Process Management (Instrument & Valve
Services)
Phone call with customer to set startup appointment and
review
Verification of process connections, transmitter setup to
ensure proper readings
Field devices must have all wiring connected
Verification of physical mounting
Customer
Phone review with Instrument & Valve Services
On-the-job training
Post installation follow-up
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Startup Services Ordering Information
Rosemount / Micro Motion Certified Startup Services
Service
EMRSU
Service Description
Emerson Instrument Startup Assistance includes(1)(2)(4)(7):
• Verification of correct installation of device
• Verification of correct wiring
• Customization and configuration to match operating parameters
• Check of digital and analog output of the instrument
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Code
MMIC
MMID
RFDV
RFDM
RMDD
RMDM
RMDG
RMDN
RMDR
RMDP
RMDT
MOBR
RMDU
Code
Communication check (HART, Modbus, FOUNDATION fieldbus, etc)
Commissioning: Zero check and performance check under process conditions
3 month warranty on all services
Standard Field Service Report
Instrument Type
Micro Motion Coriolis
Micro Motion Dedicated Density
Rosemount Vortex
Rosemount Magmeter
Rosemount dP Flow (e.g. 3051SFC, 3051SFA, 3051SFP)
Rosemount dP Massflow (e.g. 3095MFC, 3095MFA, 3095MFP)
Rosemount Guided Wave Radar
Rosemount Non-contacting Radar (5600)
Rosemount Non-contacting Radar (5400)
Rosemount Pressure
Rosemount Temperature
Mobrey Level
Rosemount Ultrasonic Level
Device Count and Travel Distance
Zone 1 - Travel Distance 200 miles or less from Staff Center
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Startup base fee - 1 instrument (3)
22A
Startup base fee - 2 instruments (3)
23A
Startup base fee - 3 instruments (3)
24A
Startup base fee - 4 instruments (3)
25A
Startup base fee - 5 or more instruments (3)
Zone 2 - Travel Distance 201 to 400 miles from Staff Center
31A
Startup base fee - 1 instrument (3)
32A
Startup base fee - 2 instruments (3)
33A
Startup base fee - 3 instruments (3)
34A
Startup base fee - 4 instruments (3)
35A
Startup base fee - 5 or more instruments (3)
Zone 3 - Travel Distance 401 miles or greater from Staff Center
41A
Startup base fee - 1 instrument (3)
42A
Startup base fee - 2 instruments (3)
43A
Startup base fee - 3 instruments (3)
44A
Startup base fee - 4 instruments (3)
45A
Startup base fee - 5 or more instruments (3)
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Application Based
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Application/process assistance not required
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Application/process assistance (3) (5)
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Code
Options
Communication based
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Analog loop test assistance AO (4-20mA), DO & alarms (as applicable)
DA
Digital loop test Assistance (FOUNDATION fieldbus, Profibus, Modbus - as applicable; network test is excluded)
WA
Smart Wireless communication check (as applicable; network test is excluded ) (6)
Typical Service: EMRSU MMIC 1A 0 EMRSU MMIC 22A 0
Startup services for 15+ devices will require site assistance and job scope evaluation before receipt of startup services quotation.
Notes
1. Startup prices are for our normal business days. Monday-Friday: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm. Startup assistance required after normal
business day hours or on Instrument & Valve Services Holiday is at 1.5 times or 2.0 times calculated rate respectively.
2. TRANSMITTER INSTALLATION and electrical hookups need to be completed prior to initiation of the startup/commissioning
package. Transmitter installation must be done according to specifications.
3. Price each based on sum of instrument type, device count, travel distance, application base, and options. Final price is multiple
of number of instruments.
4. Startup assistance is priced for one continuous site visit. Startup requests for non-contiguous days onsite will incur additional
charges.
5. Application assistance is limited to 4 hours maximum.
6. For Emerson Wireless Startup Services, see PRL-2425-WirelessSS Price List.
7. Prices apply to contiguous 48 states only.
Lead Time
5 business days notice required on request for startup (ARO). Expedited services available at 15% additional fee
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Wireless Startups
Start smart. Get the most out of your Smart Wireless Industrial Networks.
With SmartStart™ Services, seeing the benefits of wireless technology has never been easier.
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Maximize the benefits of your Smart Wireless
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Ensure fast, accurate installation and
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Empower your staff with on-the-job training
Gain the maximum value from your Smart Wireless devices and networks. Choose Emerson’s Instrument & Valve
Services SmartStart Service to ensure your Smart Wireless devices and networks are correctly installed and
commissioned.
Our experienced technicians will verify the Smart Wireless Gateway and smart wireless transmitters are appropriately
mounted, properly configured, and performing at their best. They will assign network addresses and verify that your
devices are fully operable as a self-organizing wireless network and readable at the interface or router.
We offer two services to get your wireless self-organizing network off the ground:
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SmartStart Services: Includes verification and commissioning of your smart wireless transmitters and setup of
the self-organizing network.
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SmartPack™ Services: Includes all SmartStart Services and installation of AMS Suite: Intelligent Device
Manager and the AMS Wireless SNAP-ON™ application.
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Description of Wireless Startups
Wireless services are offered to help you install, commission, and maximize the features of your wireless products.
SmartStart services apply to, but are not limited to:
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Rosemount Smart Wireless Gateway
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Rosemount 648 Wireless Temperature Transmitter •
Rosemount 702 Wireless Discrete Transmitter
Smart Wireless THUM™ Adapter
CSI 9420 Wireless Vibration Transmitter
AMS Suite: Intelligent Device Manager and AMS
Wireless SNAP-ON application
Services Included
1. One site visit
• Monday-Friday during normal business hours (7am-5pm)
• Travel and travel expenses
• 5 business days lead time on request
2. Smart Wireless Gateway installation verification and network commissioning
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Includes installation verification of the Smart Wireless Gateway. Instrument & Valve Services technician will
verify and assign, if necessary, the network addresses and verify that the wireless devices are being read at the
Smart Wireless Gateway.
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The network addresses will be assigned and reviewed with the customer if desired, and the Smart Wireless
Gateway will be configured as necessary.
3. Wireless network device installation verification and commissioning
• Includes a verification check of the process connection of the transmitter to ensure a good mechanical
installation, a complete check of the configuration and health (diagnostics), a communication check of the
transmitter to ensure a good wireless connection, and transmitter calibration verification. The technician will
verify and assign, if necessary, the network addresses and verify that the transmitter is communicating with the
Smart Wireless Gateway.
4. On-the-job training
• Training in essential installation, operation, and troubleshooting of wireless networks.
• Provide basic introduction to wireless industrial network fundamentals in a group setting.
5. Connectivity Guarantee
• The Instrument and Valve Services technician will not leave the site until the wireless network is successfully
communicating with your control system.
6. Follow-up
• 4 weeks after successful startup of the wireless network, the technician will follow-up via telephone to ensure
good communication still exists.
• The customer will be asked to perform a follow-up survey through the North American Response Center
(NARC).
Optional Services
1. Additional Smart Wireless Gateway startup
• Startup of one additional Smart Wireless Gateway for wireless network installation.
2. Wireless network layout assistance
• Technicians will assist the customer with laying out their wireless network with the use of AMS Device Manager
and the AMS Wireless SNAP-ON Assistant.
3. Application Assistance
• Assistance in correctly using the transmitter in the process. The technician will help make sure the transmitter is
correctly positioned and operating as it should.
Customer Requirements
The customer needs to have the following completed to optimize the call:
• The Smart Wireless Gateway should be installed and powered.
• The transmitters should be plumbed to the process measuring point.
• The transmitters’ power should be connected, or the power module easily accessible for technician installation.
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SmartStart Service Description
SmartStart Services include:
• All services as described in the “Services Included” section
• Inclusion of the free AMS Wireless Configurator software
• Installation of AMS Wireless Configurator application on your computer.
The table below lays out the requirements of the customer and Instrument & Valve Services as pertaining to a
SmartStart installation. For ordering information, please refer to the SmartStart Services table on page 13.
SmartStart Services Customer/Instrument & Valve Services Requirements
Emerson Process Management
(Instrument & Valve Services)
Customer
Phone review with Instrument & Valve Services
Mounting of Smart Wireless Gateway, the power and
its antenna
Mounting of Smart Wireless Gateway on pipe or wall
according to product manual
All Ethernet/Modbus and power wiring must be run
(landed) at the Smart Wireless Gateway
If extended antenna, it must be installed
Field devices must be mounted and have all process
connections attached
Field devices must be ready for power module
installation
Information for SmartStart Technician
• IP Addresses, VPN settings etc
• Units and calibration parameters desired for field
devices
• List of values that you want displayed from your
field devices
Phone review with customer - after product ship,
before site startup
Inspect installation for optimal network
Connect landed wires on the Smart Wireless
Gateway or supervise the connection of these wires
and the network cable
Setup of network parameters and verification of
network communications
Verification of process connections, transmitter setup
to ensure proper readings
Verification of physical mounting, including antenna
position
On-the-job training
Post installation follow up
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SmartPack Service Description
SmartPack Services include:
• All services as described in the “Services Included” section
• Purchase of AMS Suite: Intelligent Device Manager 5, 15, or 25 tag software system complete with
AMS Wireless SNAP-ON Application
• Delivery of AMS Device Manager by onsite technician
• Installation of AMS Device Manager
• Configuration of AMS Device Manager to your self-organizing network
The table below lays out the requirements of the customer and Instrument & Valve Services as pertaining to a
SmartPack installation. For ordering information, please refer to the SmartPack Services table on page 14.
SmartPack Services Customer/Instrument & Valve Services Requirements
Emerson Process Management
(Instrument & Valve Services)
Customer
Phone review with Instrument & Valve Services
Mounting of Smart Wireless Gateway, the power and
its antenna
Mounting of Smart Wireless Gateway on pipe or wall
according to product manual
All Ethernet/Modbus and power wiring must be run
(landed) at the Smart Wireless Gateway
If extended antenna, it must be installed
Field devices must be mounted and have all process
connections attached
Field devices must be ready for power module
installation
Information for SmartStart Technician:
• IP Addresses, VPN settings etc
• Units and calibration parameters desired for field
devices
• List of values that you want displayed from your
field devices
Phone review with customer - after product ship,
before site startup
Inspect installation for optimal network
Connect landed wires on the Smart Wireless
Gateway or supervise the connection of these wires
and the network cable
Setup of network parameters and verification of
network communications
Verification of process connections, transmitter setup
to ensure proper readings
Verification of physical mounting, including antenna
position
AMS Device Manager delivery and installation
Mapping of Smart Wireless Gateway registers to
allow transfer of data to Host using Modbus/OPC
On-the-job training
Post installation follow-up
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Wireless Startup Ordering Information
SmartStart Services
Service Service Description
SMART Smart Wireless Device Startup Assistance include(1) (2):
• Verification of correct installation of Smart Wireless field devices
• Customization and configuration to match operating parameters
• Check digital and analog output of the instrument
• Commissioning: Zero check and performance check under process conditions
• Onsite services, travel and travel expenses
• Standard Field Service Report
Code
Service Description
START SmartStart network services include:
• Smart Wireless Gateway installation and commissioning (1)
• AMS Wireless installation and configuration on your computer
• Network communication, assignment of network addresses and verification
• Training of onsite personnel
• Connectivity guarantee
Code
Device Count
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1-5 field devices and 1 Smart Wireless Gateway
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6-14 field devices and 1 Smart Wireless Gateway
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15-24 field devices and 1 Smart Wireless Gateway
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Options
Additional Gateway
1G
One additional gateway
Service Assistance
WS
Wireless Network Layout
AP
Application/process assistance (limited to 4 hours)
Software Upgrades
WA
AMS Wireless SNAP-ON Application
Typical Service: SMART START 1 WA
SmartStart Services of 26+ devices will require site assistance and job scope evaluation before receipt
of startup services quotation.
Notes
1. Startup prices are for our normal business days. Monday-Friday: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm.
2. TRANSMITTER INSTALLATION and electrical hookups need to be completed prior to initiation of the startup/commissioning
package (not including Smart Wireless Gateway installation). Transmitter installation must be done according to specifications.
Lead Time
5 business days notice required on request for startup(ARO) - Expedited services available at 15% additional fee
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SmartPack (Includes SmartStart services)
Service
Service Description
SMART Smart Wireless Device Startup Assistance include(1) (2):
• Verification of correct installation of Smart Wireless field devices
• Customization and configuration to match operating parameters
• Check digital and analog output of the instrument
• Commissioning: Zero check and performance check under process conditions
• Onsite services, travel and travel expenses
• Standard Field Service Report
Code
Service Description
PACK Includes SmartStart Services + SmartPack
• Smart wireless network services include:
• 1420 Gateway installation and commissioning
• AMS Device Manager installation and configuration on your computer
• Network communication, assignment of network addresses, and verification
• Training of onsite personnel
• Connectivity guarantee
SmartPack software services include:
• AMS Device Manager: Licensing, installation and configuration
• Training of onsite personnel
Code
Device Count
1
AMS Device Manager 6-tag license,1-5 field devices and 1 Smart Wireless Gateway
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AMS Device Manager 15-tag license, 6-14 field devices and 1 Smart Wireless Gateway
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AMS Device Manager 25-tag license, 15-24 field devices and 1 Smart Wireless Gateway
Code
Options
Additional Gateway
1G
One additional gateway
Service Assistance
WS
Wireless Network Layout
AP
Application/process assistance (limited to 4 hours)
Software Upgrades
A10
AMS Device Manager – 10-tag upgrade(3)
A100
AMS Device Manager – 100-tag upgrade
A200
AMS Device Manager – 200-tag upgrade
A500
AMS Device Manager – 500-tag upgrade
Typical Service SMART PACK 1
Notes
1. Startup prices are for our normal business days. Monday-Friday: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm.
2. TRANSMITTER INSTALLATION and electrical hookups need to be completed prior to initiation of the startup/commissioning
package (not including Smart Wireless Gateway installation). Transmitter installation must be done according to specifications.
3. AMS Device Manager: 10-tag upgrade available on ONLY 5 or 15 tag systems.
Lead Time
5 business days notice required on request for startup (ARO) - Expedited services available at 15% additional fee.
Turnaround/Outage Services
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A proven process with professional people.
Clear communication and our proven five-step
process make plant turnarounds go smoother.
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Conduct turnarounds on time and within
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Avoid costly surprises
Help your people succeed
What’s the secret to executing a flawless turnaround? Meticulous planning and precise communication. Both are built
into the five-step turnaround process used by Emerson’s Instrument & Valve Services. With it, we’re able to provide
many tangible and repeatable benefits to you.
Step 1: Kick-Off Meeting
Associates from Emerson’s Instrument & Valve Services and your local account representative will meet with your team
to discuss your goals and the broad scope of the turnaround, including timing, duration, budget, and walk-down
schedule.
Together, we’ll complete a kick-off checklist covering various real-world issues that we may encounter from the moment
the process goes down until the moment it starts up again. This checklist is the basis of a document that outlines your
needs and describes the general repair procedure, which is delivered to the technicians.
After the initial meeting, we’ll walk through your plant and, if necessary, conduct diagnostics on marginal equipment to
determine which units need repair.
During the walk-down, we will:
• Gather general product information
• Take “as-found” photographs
• Record serial numbers
• Document maintenance notes
• Raise questions regarding specific
valve/instrumentation units
Step 1 Deliverables
• Completed walk-down list
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Step 2: Refining the Details
We will meet again with you to define the final scope of the turnaround. This gives everyone the opportunity to look at
technical options and maintenance practices, review records and applications issues, and confirm quality assurance and
environment, safety and health (QA/ESH) requirements.
We will also prioritize the product list, reconcile product data, and craft a plan for conducting diagnostic tests. The entire
repair procedure is drawn out in detail in the Genera Customer Specification (GCS) document. Customized by you, this
is the reference document used by the turnaround team. It’s included in every job folder, reviewed by everyone involved
in the turnaround, and includes critical details regarding production condition at time of:
• Arrival
• Disassembly
• Diagnostics using AMS Suite and FlowScanner
• Repair
• Welding
• Instrument calibration
Step 2 Deliverables
• Completed Turnaround Planner/Turnaround Management Checklist
• General Customer Specification (GCS)
• Application Review Form
• Master Tag Control Log
Step 3: Emerson Internal Planning
Together with your local account representative, we will plan our resources to ensure that we have everything we need
on hand during the turnaround. We also define roles and responsibilities’, making sure everyone on our team
understands what is expected.
Additionally, we will develop our communication plan and pre-order parts and consumables, such as:
• Packing
• Gaskets
• Seat Rings
• Trim Parts
• Instruments, such as transmitters, analyzers, mass flowmeters
• Accessories
Step 3 Deliverables
• Completed Internal Planning Checklist
• Parts Pre-Order Form
Step 4: Execution
Once your turnaround starts, we will proceed to execute the outlined work. The work is conducted to your satisfaction,
with daily status reports delivered so you are always aware of our progress.
During the turnaround, if any additional issues are identified that could affect the scope of work, a change-order is
generated for you to authorize.
The work is completed safely, within your budget, and according to the schedule.
Step 4 Deliverables
• Daily Status Reports
• Change-Order Forms (if necessary)
• Repair Documentation
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Step 5: Post-Turnaround Review
After the turnaround, our entire team, including your local Emerson account representative, will meet with you to verify
the value of the work completed and to receive your feedback. Learning is important to us, and we encourage an open
and straightforward discussion.
We will also look ahead to your future needs and opportunities for more effective asset management.
The final deliverable is a package of documents covering the results of the turnaround.
Step 5 Deliverables
• Final Turnaround Report including documentation
• Post-Turnaround Meeting Minutes
Got a turnaround coming up? Now that you’ve seen our process on paper, let us show you how well it works in person.
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Rosemount Certified Repair
Got a problem? We’ve got an answer.
From instruments to valves, we’re here to diagnose, repair, replace, upgrade, and make things right.
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Reduce downtime
Reduce your maintenance costs with custom
maintenance contracts
Stock exactly the parts you need
Our Service Center Network puts assistance where you need it - near you. With more than 40 inventory locations
throughout North America, we can have a part or technician to your site quickly. Call us anytime - 24 hours a day, 365
days a year.
Diagnosis/Repair
Every instrument and valve sent to us for diagnosis and repair receives the same high level of attention. Every
Instrument & Valve Services technician performs these steps:
• Repair quotes for 3051, 1151, and 3095 transmitters before the transmitter is sent to the service center
o See pages 22-27 for quoting information
• Instant repair by replacement quote for all transmitters
• Physical inspection
• Notation of condition upon receipt
• Device diagnosis using our factory tools, including AMS Device Manager
• Disassembly, if necessary, and inspection of unit
• Part replacement
• Calibration
• Testing (depending on device)
Our procedures parallel the high standards from Emerson Process Management.
Trade In
Somewhere in your spares inventory, there are transmitters that have quietly become obsolete. Maybe you could use
them in a pinch, but if you had the most current model, your processes would be more efficient and your plant would be
more profitable.
With our trade-in program, you can use your unwanted transmitters in trade - even if they’re broken, defective, outdated,
or inefficient. It doesn’t matter what manufacturer made them. If you don’t want them, we’ll take them off your hands.
And we’ll give you a trade-in credit toward a new Rosemount transmitter. Save money on new parts, keep up with
technology, and improve your processes while optimizing your inventory.
New Parts
Contact us for the part you need.
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Calibration
All our service center test equipment is traceable to NIST standards, ensuring that our calibrations are accurate and
verifiable. If requested, a calibration certificate or report can be provided with each repair. For quoting information,
please see page 21.
Standards
Our service centers perform all work under the quality programs and procedures of Emerson.
Standards include:
• ISO
• ASME
• ISA
• API
Quick Ship
When you really need them, replacement units or parts can’t come quickly enough. No one understands that better than
Emerson’s Instrument & Valve Services. That’s why we offer Quick Ship, the fastest way to get a disabled or impaired
transmitter or valve back online.
We’ve got a wide range of parts stored at our service centers around the country. In most cases, we can ship a part to
you the same day you call. If a part isn’t in our central stock, we’ll find it at one of our inventory depots and drop-ship it
within 48 hours of your call.
• Transmitters – Just tell us how you want the instrument calibrated, and we’ll configure it to your specifications.
Then we’ll send it via first available courier flight, counter-to-counter, same-day, or next-day delivery through
UPS or FedEx.
• Valves – In addition to new units, Encore Remanufactured Valves are also available through Quick Ship.
Remote Seals
Our service technicians are factory-certified and use the same ISO procedures and equipment as our manufacturing
centers. We can restore and calibrate remote seals back to factory standards more efficiently than your in-house
maintenance or an outside repair service can.
On average, we can save you 25% compared to a third-party repair shop - even more compared to what it costs you to
do the job internally.
Not only do we save you money, we also stand behind our work. We guarantee that the new or restored remote seal
taken from the storeroom will meet all manufacturer standards.
No one has more experience with Rosemount seals than we do. We’ve installed and repaired seals to handle every kind
of fill fluid - slurries, suspended solids, and corrosive media. You can be assured that every remote seal repaired,
refilled, or replaced by Instrument & Valve Services will match Rosemount’s exacting factory standards down to the last
specification.
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Rosemount Certified Repair Ordering Information
Calibration and Housing Replacement Repair
Code
TRANSCAL
3095CAL
SSTHOUS
ALUMHOUS
3051SSST
3051SALUM
Repair Type
Calibration of Rosemount Pressure or Temperature Transmitter (1) (2)
Calibration of Rosemount 3095 Multivariable Transmitter (1)
SST Housing for Rosemount Pressure or Temperature Transmitter (3) (4)
Aluminum Housing for Rosemount Pressure or Temperature Transmitter (3) (4)
SST Housing for 3051S Rosemount Pressure Transmitter (4)
Aluminum Housing for 3051S Rosemount Pressure Transmitter (4)
Notes
1
Calibration certificate included
2
Does not include 3095 Multivariable transmitters
3
Does not include 3051S Pressure transmitters
3
Includes calibration of instrument and calibration certificate
3051 Pressure Transmitter Repair
Service
Service Description
3051RPR Rosemount 3051 Transmitter Repair includes (1) (2) (3) :
• New Rosemount Parts based on repair requirements and current revisions
• Wetted materials: 316L SS or Hastelloy or Tantalum
• Measurement type: Differential or Gage or Absolute
• Transmitter Repair to OEM Standards
• Transmitter Calibration in accordance with Rosemount Standards
• 1 Year Warranty on all replaced parts
Code
Transmitter Type
D
3051CD
G
3051CG
A
3051CA
T
3051T
Code
Diaphragm Material
A
316L SST
B
Hastelloy
C
Tantalum
Code
Housing Replacement
0
No Housing Replacement
AH
Aluminum Housing Replacement
SH
SST Housing Replacement
Code
Options
Calibration Certificate
Q4
Calibration Certificate
Typical Service: 3051RPR D A SR 0
Also available: Instant Repair by replacement with like unit at 25% discount
All transmitter types not included in this price list must be sent to local IVS Service Center
for evaluation before receipt of repair quotation.
Notes
1
Repairs include NEW bolts, o-rings, covers, tags, batteries, leads; cleaning of flanges, modules, and housings (as required).
Repair includes calibration to OEM specs. Missing parts will be replaced at list price.
2
Competitor and remanufactured units are exchanged at "Instant Repair" discounted list price.
3
3051S, 2088, 3144, 644, and 248 transmitters will be quoted at "Instant Repair" discounted list price
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1151 Pressure Transmitter Repair
Service
Service Description
1151RPR Rosemount 1151 Transmitter Repair includes (1) (2) (3) :
• New Rosemount Parts based on repair requirements and current revisions
• Wetted materials: 316L SS or Hastelloy or Tantalum
• Measurement type: Differential or Gage or Absolute
• Transmitter Repair to OEM Standards
• Transmitter Calibration in accordance with Rosemount Standards
• 1 Year Warranty on all replaced parts
Code
Transmitter Type
D
1151DP
G
1151GP
A
1151AP
Code
Diaphragm Material
A
316L SST
B
Hastelloy
C
Tantalum
Code
Housing Replacement
0
No Housing Replacement
AH
Aluminum Housing Replacement
SH
SST Housing Replacement
Code
Options
Calibration Certificate
Q4
Calibration Certificate
Typical Service: 3051RPR D A SR 0
Also available: Instant Repair by replacement with like unit at 25% discount
All transmitter types not included in this price list must be sent to local IVS Service Center
for evaluation before receipt of repair quotation.
1
Repairs include NEW bolts, o-rings, covers, tags, batteries, leads; cleaning of flanges, modules, and housings (as required).
Repair includes calibration to OEM specs. Missing parts will be replaced at list price.
2
Competitor and remanufactured units are exchanged at "Instant Repair" discounted list price.
3
3051S, 2088, 3144, 644, and 248 transmitters will be quoted at "Instant Repair" discounted list price
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3095 Transmitter Repair
Service
Service Description
3095RPR Rosemount 3095 Transmitter Repair includes (1) (2) (3) :
• New Rosemount Parts based on repair requirements and current revisions
• Wetted materials: 316L SS or Hastelloy
• Measurement type: Differential or Gage or Absolute
• Transmitter Repair to OEM Standards
• Transmitter Calibration in accordance with Rosemount Standards
• 1 Year Warranty on all replaced parts
Code
Diaphragm Material
A
316L SST
B
Hastelloy
Code
Housing Replacement
0
No Housing Replacement
AH
Aluminum Housing Replacement
SH
SST Housing Replacement
Code
Options
Calibration Certificate
Q4
Calibration Certificate
Typical Service: 3051RPR D A SR 0
Also available: Instant Repair by replacement with like unit at 25% discount
All transmitter types not included in this price list must be sent to local IVS Service Center
for evaluation before receipt of repair quotation.
1
Repairs include NEW bolts, o-rings, covers, tags, batteries, leads; cleaning of flanges, modules, and housings (as required).
Repair includes calibration to OEM specs. Missing parts will be replaced at list price.
2
Competitor and remanufactured units are exchanged at "Instant Repair" discounted list price.
3
3051S, 2088, 3144, 644, and 248 transmitters will be quoted at "Instant Repair" discounted list price
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Rosemount Certified Welded Seal Repair
Service
Service Description
WSRPR Rosemount Welded Seal Repair includes(1) (2) (3) (4) (5):
Code
• New Rosemount Parts based on repair requirements and current revisions
• Capillary length: Up to 20 ft included
• Measurement type: Differential or Gauge or Absolute
• Seal repair to OEM standards
• Attached transmitter calibration in accordance with Rosemount standards
• 1 year warranty on all replaced parts
Capillary Length
S
Standard Length (20 ft or less)
E
Extended Capillary (25 ft or greater)
Code
Seal Type
PFW
Pancake
RFW
Remote Flanged
RTW
Remote Threaded
EFW
Extended Flanged (SST wetted material only)
FFW
Flush Flanged
SSW
Sanitary Tank Spud (SST wetted material only)
SCW
Sanitary Tri-Clover Style Tri-Clamp
Code
Process Connection
0
Not Applicable (SSW only)
1
Threaded Connection (6)
2
1" (7)
4
1 1/2" (7)
G
2"
6
2 1/2"
7
3"
9
4"
Code
Flange Rating
0
None
1
ANSI Class 150 Rating
2
ANSI Class 300 Rating
4
ANSI Class 600 Rating
Code
Wetted Materials
A
316L Stainless Steel
B
Hastelloy (not available on SSW or EFW seal type)
C
Tantalum (not available on EFW or SCW seal type)
Code
SSW / EFW Extension Length (SST wetted material only)
0
Not Applicable
2
2 in. Extension
4
4 in. Extension
6
6 in. Extension
Options
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New Flushing Rings
SST - No Flushing Connection
SST - One 1/4-in. Flushing Connection
SST - Two 1/4-in. Flushing Connections
SST - One 1/2-in. Flushing Connection
SST - Two 1/2-in. Flushing Connections
Hastelloy - No Flushing Connection
Hastelloy - One 1/4-in. Flushing Connection
Hastelloy - Two 1/4-in. Flushing Connections
Hastelloy - One 1/2-in. Flushing Connection
Hastelloy - Two 1/2-in. Flushing Connections
Calibration Certificate
Calibration Certificate (Attached transmitter)
Typical Service: WSRPR S FFW G 1 A 0
All seal types not included in this price list must be sent to local Instrument & Valve Services Service Center for
evaluation before receipt of repair quotation.
Notes
1
2
Price is per Remote Seal leg.
If transmitter requires repair, refer to Transmitter Price Sheet.
3
Repairs include (as required) new bolts, o-rings, covers, tags, batteries, leads, housings and cleaning of flanges, modules, and
housings. Repair includes calibration to OEM specs. Missing parts will be replaced at list price.
4
5
6
7
Competitor and remanufactured units are exchanged at "Instant Repair" discounted list price.
3051L Liquid Level Transmitters require evaluation before quote.
RTW only
RFW only
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Magmeter Transmitter Repair
Service
Service Description
MAGRPR Rosemount Magmeter Transmitter Repair includes (1) (2) (5) :
• New Rosemount Parts based on repair requirements and current revisions
• Transmitter Repair to OEM Standards
• Transmitter Calibration in accordance with Rosemount Standards
• 1 Year Warranty on all replaced parts
Code
Transmitter Type
D
8712D
E
8732E
Code
Repair Type
ER1
Electronics Repair
LO1
Local Operator Interface Repair
CR1
Calibration Only (3)
Code
Options
Calibration Certificate
Q4
Calibration Certificate (4)
Typical Service: 3051RPR D A SR 0
Also available: Instant Repair by replacement with like unit at 25% discount
All transmitter types not included in this price list must be sent to local IVS Service Center
for evaluation before receipt of repair quotation.
1
Repairs include NEW bolts, o-rings, covers, tags, batteries, leads; cleaning of flanges, modules, and housings (as required).
Repair includes calibration to OEM specs. Missing parts will be replaced at list price.
2
Competitor and remanufactured units are exchanged at "Instant Repair" discounted list price.
3
Certificate of calibration included
4
Included with calibration only repair type
5
3051S, 2088, 3144, 644, and 248 transmitters will be quoted at "Instant Repair" discounted list price
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Handheld Communicator Services
Upgrades. Trade-Ins. Repairs. When it comes to handheld communicators, we’ve got it all in
hand.
375 Field Communicator — The only handheld communicator that supports HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus devices.
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Your exclusive factory-authorized service provider
for the 375 Field Communicator
The only supplier for trade-ins on your 275 HART
Communicator
Service when and where you need it
Working with a 375 Field Communicator? You’ll be glad to know that Emerson’s Instrument & Valve Services offers
outstanding support for it.
In fact, we’re the only factory-authorized service provider for the 375 Field Communicator and the 275 HART
Communicator.
When you need service on handheld communicators, we’re just a phone call away. You’ll get prompt, award-winning
service from the industry’s best technicians at one of our more than 55 service centers in North America.
You can schedule the service or get emergency service on demand. It’s your choice. We’re here to get your handheld
communicator operating optimally again—just tell us when you need it.
Think of Emerson’s Instrument & Valve Services when you need the following:
• Replacement parts and cables
• Repair services
• Memory module upgrades or parts
• Device description (DD) update services – 275 HART Communicator and 375 Field Communicator without Easy
Upgrade
• 375 Field Communicator upgrades to FOUNDATION fieldbus
• 275 HART Communicator upgrades and trade-ins to 375 Field Communicator
• Easy Upgrade services
Handheld communicators reduce trips to the field and gather the kind of data you need to decrease process downtime.
So increase your profits and productivity by upgrading to the 375 Field Communicator - and by letting Instrument &
Valve Services keep your handheld communicators functioning at their best.
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Handheld Communicator Service Ordering Information
Handheld Communicator Demand Services
Type of Service Description
275 Repair
275 DD
375 Repair
375 DD
Part Number
Diagnosis, Repair of 275 HART Communicator
Demand software (Device Drivers) upgrade - single time
Diagnosis, Repair of 375 Field Communicator
Demand software (Device Drivers) upgrade - single time
Operating System Upgrades
Units with Easy Upgrade
375 Upgrade-2
375 Upgrade-3
375 V2.0 Unit Upgrade
375 V2.0 Unit Upgrade w/ Easy Upgrade Renewal
Units without Easy Upgrade
375 Upgrade-5
375 Upgrade-6
375 V2.0 Unit Upgrade + Demand Software update (DDs)
375 V2.0 Unit Upgrade + Demand Software update (DDs)+New License
Additional 375 Field Communicator Upgrade Services
00375-0142-2003
00375-0142-0003
00375-0142-0002
00375-0142-0010
Easy Upgrade renewal (3 years)
Easy Upgrade (for non-Easy Upgrade units - 3 Yrs)
FOUNDATION fieldbus Upgrade
Graphics Upgrade
Combination Options
Units with Easy Upgrade
375 SMTPK-1
375 SMTPK-2
375 V2.0 Unit Upgrade + FOUNDATION fieldbus + Graphics
375 V2.0 Unit Upgrade w/ Easy Upgrade Renewal + FOUNDATION fieldbus + Graphics
Units without Easy Upgrade
375 SMTPK-3
375 SMTPK-4
375 V2.0 Unit Upgrade (w/o Easy Upgrade) + FOUNDATION fieldbus + Graphics List
375 V2.0 System Card Upgrade (+ New Easy Upgrade License) + FOUNDATION fieldbus + Graphics
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Inventory Optimization
Build a more efficient inventory.
Have the right parts on hand when you need them.
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Reduce inventory costs
Streamline your maintenance procedures
Remove clutter from your database
How is your inventory managed? Are you spending too much and carrying unnecessary model numbers? Or are you
stocking the optimum number of spare parts? Emerson’s Instrument & Valve Services offers several programs
specifically designed to help you optimize your assets, with an eye toward increased efficiency and cost savings.
Inventory Analysis
Every plant needs to keep spare parts on hand, but it comes at a price. Some estimates put the cost of maintaining an
inventory of spares at 250% of the original cost of the parts. And that’s above and beyond the standard 30% in annual
carrying costs.
If your plant is like many others, you’re being asked to do more with less, making it even harder to get a handle on your
inventory. You’re also being asked to reduce costs and keep inventory at a minimum.
That’s where our Inventory Analysis Service can help. Our experts can analyze your instrumentation inventory of spare
parts and recommend the optimum inventory, enabling you to realize significant savings.
First, we find out what you presently have on hand by comparing your database of model numbers against current
factory model numbers, ensuring that you’ll receive the most up-to-date list of parts for optimal performance.
We then identify duplications and mismatched parts to help you reduce your spares inventory to what you need.
Sometimes product innovations allow us to replace multiple older parts with a single new one.
When we’re finished, we provide a recommended inventory structure with associated model numbers, an estimate of
your cost savings, and an action plan with a list of options for how to optimize your spares inventory.
For the most thorough examination of your inventory situation, we also offer an onsite inventory audit where an
Instrument & Valve Services expert physically verifies every spare part you have in stock.
Additionally, we can conduct a site survey of installed instrumentation. By tangibly confirming your inventory, we can
identify and eliminate any mistakes in your database that are affecting your inventory choices and costing you money.
Trade In
We’ll take your transmitters in trade - whether they’re broken, defective, outdated, inefficient, or just surplus. It doesn’t
matter what manufacturer made them. If you don’t want them, we’ll take them off your hands. And we’ll give you a tradein credit towards a new Rosemount transmitter.
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Consignment
We can place a short-term dedicated inventory of spares on your site or other location that supports your startup,
turnaround, or expansion. We’ll keep it there for up to 90 days, managing the inventory for you. We also have options
for long-term and self-managed consignment inventories.
Maintenance Inventory Program
Managing your instrumentation inventory can be a frustrating job. You know you’ve got parts on hand that are outdated
and mismatched. Maybe you’ve got more than you need of certain models and not enough of others.
Complicating the situation are your routine maintenance requirements. When you need a part replaced or repaired, you
want it done right and right now. But you don’t want to pay to store more spares than you actually need.
Our Maintenance Inventory Program can relieve a lot of headaches. We’ve combined our capabilities as inventory
management specialists with our historical expertise as master instrumentation technicians.
First, we review your current maintenance procedures and conduct a comprehensive inventory analysis to determine
what parts you have and what you need. This can be done remotely, using your inventory database, or onsite with a
physical verification process.
Then we’ll work with you to reduce the inefficiencies and duplications often found in plant inventories and uncover ways
to improve your inventory levels, reduce costs, and increase efficiency.
We can standardize your inventory so that very few model numbers will support a large portion of your installed base.
Your maintenance people work on the same basic instruments, thus increasing efficiency and proficiency. You don’t
clutter the storeroom with unnecessary inventory or the database with unnecessary stock numbers. These standardized
items may even be candidates for a consignment program, reducing costs even further.
As part of our Maintenance Inventory Program, we’ll also assume responsibility for repairing the instruments used in
your processes, eliminating the need for you to dedicate staff to repairs. The replacement instruments are certified,
calibrated, and configured to match your specifications, and quality is guaranteed.
It’s a total program designed to eliminate costly inefficiencies. With our Maintenance Inventory Program, you won’t have
to micromanage inventory and repairs. Instead, you’re freed up to put your energies and attentions where it counts - on
improving your plant’s processes.
So if you’ve ever wondered whether you’re making the most of your assets, give us a call. We’ll analyze your inventory
and find solutions that can save you thousands.
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Onsite Staffing - General I&E/Systems
Work/Commission Check Out
Services for faster startup and commissioning
No one knows instruments and valves like Emerson. Our
instrument and valve services experts can install your devices
to manufacturer’s standards and help get your plant up and
running on time and within budget. With our Quality Control
Inspections for Construction and Commissioning (QC3)
services, we can meet your requirements for improved
commissioning processes and documentation.
The challenge
Plant commissioning is often incomplete due to poorly
documented processes, inconsistent practices, and inefficient
project scheduling. Without clearly-defined procedures and
consistent hard-copy verification of the completed work,
commissioning projects are often delayed during startup.
Benefits
Using our QC3 tool, Emerson’s Instrument & Valve Services experts support construction and commissioning projects of
any size by:
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Reducing startup costs and delays
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Reducing project reporting time
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Improving project audit trail
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Ensuring project quality assurance
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Enforcing data integrity
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Providing fast, easy access to equipment information
Stay on schedule and within budget
Not only will Emerson experts help you startup faster, they will also leave
you with a comprehensive project audit trail. The audit trail contains
piping and instrumentation drawings, location drawings, loop drawings,
data sheets, and quality control checklists. When you use the audit trail,
you have historical information and comments for future maintenance
activities readily available.
Emerson’s QC3 experts will generate daily progress reports, discrepancy
reports, and resolution reports, as well as meet with your project
management team daily, if necessary, to help you maintain your project
schedule.
Technology solution
When you use Emerson’s QC3 experts along with our QC3 tool during your construction and commissioning, you will
receive:
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Verification of all instrument and electrical tags
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Real-time status reports and commissioning checklists
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Standardized documentation
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Audit trail log of all activities
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Support for data migration into maintenance management systems
Emerson’s experts will help you start up on time, within budget, and with the assurance that your instruments and valves
are installed properly and calibrated correctly.
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Training Courses
Rosemount's leadership in the design, manufacture, and application of smart field instrumentation is unchallenged for
pressure, level, temperature, and flow measurement instruments to monitor and control processes. The vast amounts of
information generated by these devices make possible lower automation costs, improved plant performance, faster
troubleshooting, fewer unscheduled shutdowns, and lower maintenance costs. For this reason, Rosemount sponsors
more than two-dozen courses covering product installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance.
Typical Technician’s Training Path
Typical Engineer’s Training Path
1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Process Measurement Products I (Pressure &
Temperature): 2326
Process Measurement Products II (Flow): 2327
Process Measurement Products III (Level): 2333
AMS Device Manager: 7020 OR AMS Device Manager
with Rosemount HART: 7021
Fieldbus Measurement Instruments: 2370
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Process Measurement Products I (Pressure &
Temperature): 2326
Process Measurement Products II (Flow): 2327
Process Measurement Products III (Level): 2333
Introduction to Process Control: 9000
AMS Device Manager: 7020 OR AMS Device Manager
with Rosemount HART: 7021
Fieldbus Measurement Instruments: 2370
Complete Course List
Course Name
Process Measurement Products I (Pressure and Temperature)
Process Measurement Products II (Flow)
Process Measurement Products III (Level)
Fieldbus Measurement Instruments
Pressure, Temperature & Magnetic Flow Smart Transmitters
1151 Smart Pressure Transmitter
3051 Smart Pressure Transmitter
3051 Smart Pressure Transmitter Using AMS Device Manager
3051 Fieldbus Pressure Transmitter
3051S SMART Pressure Transmitter
3144P Temperature Transmitters
3144P Smart Temperature Transmitter Using AMS Device Manager
3144P Fieldbus Temperature Transmitters
848 Fieldbus Temperature Transmitter
8700 Series Smart Magnetic Flowmeter
8732 Series Smart Magnetic Flowmeter
8700 Series Smart Magnetic Flowmeter Using AMS Device Manager
8742 Fieldbus Magnetic Flowmeter System
8800 Smart Vortex Flowmeter
8800 Smart Vortex Flowmeter Using AMS Device Manager
8800C Fieldbus Vortex Flowmeter
3095FT Flow Transmitter
3095MV Multi-Variable Transmitters
Model 3095FB Modbus Multi-Variable Transmitter
Rosemount Hydrostatic Tank Gauging System
3300 Guided Wave Radar Level Transmitter
5600 Series Fieldbus Radar Level Transmitter
5600 Series HART Radar Level Transmitter
5400 Series HART Radar Level Transmitter
Wireless Self Organizing Network
AMS Device Manager
AMS Device Manager with Rosemount HART Instruments
Micro Motion Comprehensive Product Training
Micro Motion Comprehensive Digital Protocol
Micro Motion Sensors and RFT9739 Transmitter
Micro Motion Sensors and Series 1000/2000
Advanced Micro Motion Sensors and RFT9739 Transmitter
Course Number
2326
2327
2333
2370
2329
2302
2305
2306
2307
2308
2321
2323
2324
2328
2340
2344
2346
2347
2341
2348
2349
2342
2343
2345
2330
2332
2334F
2334H
2336H
2375 NEW
7020
7021
2352
2381
2351
2358
2357
To enroll in Measurement courses or for more information, please call: 800-338-8158 or 641-754-3771
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Process Measurement Products I
(Pressure and Temperature)
Course Number: 2326
CEU’s:
3.2
This course is intended for technicians,
engineers and other plant personnel
who need to know installation,
Intro:
calibration, maintenance and
troubleshooting of measurement
instrumentation.
This 4-1/2 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
Overview:
who complete this class will be able to:
•
correctly perform installation and
setup procedures
•
properly configure Smart
Transmitters
•
properly calibrate transmitters
•
perform basic troubleshooting
Some experience in instrument
calibration, maintenance, installation
Prerequisites:
and operation would be helpful.
Course:
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Topics:
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•
Process Measurement Products II
(Flow)
2327
2.1
This course is intended for
technicians, engineers and other plant
personnel who need to know
installation, calibration, maintenance
and troubleshooting of measurement
instrumentation.
This 3-day course explains how flow
instruments function and how they are
installed and calibrated. It emphasizes
installation, proper setup and
calibration of flow instruments. The
course uses lectures and labs to teach
the students. Those who complete this
class will be able to:
•
correctly install Magnetic
Flowtubes, Vortex Flow Meters
and Multivariable Flow
Transmitters
•
properly calibrate Flow
Instruments
•
perform basic troubleshooting
Some experience in instrument
calibration/verification, maintenance,
installation and operation would be
helpful.
•
Basic Flow Fundamentals
Basic 4-20 mA Loop Setup
•
Magnetic Flow Systems
Pressure Sensors
•
Vortex Flow Meters
Temperature Sensors (TC, RTD)
Multivariable Flow Transmitters
Analog Transmitters (1151, 2024, •
144, 444)
•
AMS Device Manager with
Engineering Assistant SNAP-ON
HART Communication
application
375 Field Communicator
375 Field Communicator
Smart Transmitters (1151S, 2088, •
3051C & S, 644, 3144P, Tri-Loops) •
Test Equipment Selection
Using AMS Device Manager to
•
Installation
Configure and Calibrate Smart
•
Configuration
Transmitters
•
Calibration / Verification
Test Equipment Selection
•
Troubleshooting
Installation
Configuration
Calibration
Troubleshooting
Process Measurement Products III
(Level)
2333
2.1
This course is intended for
technicians, engineers and other plant
personnel who need to know
installation, calibration, maintenance
and troubleshooting of measurement
instrumentation.
This 3-day course explains how level
instruments function and how they are
installed and calibrated. 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:
•
correctly install Guided Wave
Radar Transmitters
•
correctly install Non-contacting
Radar Transmitters
•
properly calibrate Level
Instruments
•
perform basic troubleshooting
Some experience in instrument
calibration, maintenance, installation
and operation would be helpful.
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DP Level Fundamentals
Radar Applications
Radar Instruments
Radar PC Software
375 Field Communicator
Test Equipment Selection
Installation
Configuration
Calibration / Verification
Troubleshooting
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
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Fieldbus Measurement
Instruments
Course Number: 2370
CEU’s:
3.2
This course is for individuals
responsible for installing, configuring,
calibrating, and troubleshooting
FOUNDATION fieldbus measurement
devices.
Course:
Intro
And
Overview:
Prerequisites:
Topics:
This 4-1/2 day class covers the
integration of FOUNDATION 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).
Experience in instrument calibration,
maintenance/installation/operation
would be helpful.
•
FOUNDATION fieldbus Overview
•
Fieldbus: Wiring/Segment
Design/Function Blocks
•
375 Field Communicator Operation
•
Theory of Operation, Installation,
Configuration, Maintenance,
Calibration and Troubleshooting on
the following:
3051C Pressure Transmitter
3051S Pressure Transmitter
3144P, and 644 Temperature
Transmitter
848 Temperature Transmitter
8742 Mag Flow Transmitter
8800C Vortex Transmitter
5600 and 5400 Radar Level
Transmitter
752 Fieldbus Indicator
3420 Fieldbus Interface Module
Note: Course may be conducted using
other Fieldbus Hosts, such as DeltaVTM
and National instruments, call with any
questions.
Pressure, Temperature & Magnetic
Flow Smart Transmitters
2329
1.4
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
8700 Series Smart Magnetic Flow
Transmitter. This course is a
combination of courses: 2305, 2321,
and 2340.
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 8700 Series Smart
Transmitter.
Day 1
•
3051C Smart Pressure
Transmitter,
•
275 HART Communicator/375
Field Communicator Operation,
Digital Trims/Calibration
Day 2
•
Topics Specific to the 3144P
Smart
•
Temperature Transmitter
•
8700 Series Smart Magnetic Flow
Transmitter
Note: Students must attend both
days.
Reference course, 2305, 2321 and
2340 for further details.
1151 Smart Pressure Transmitter
2302
.7
This 1-day course uses lectures and
labs to each the student how to
retrofit, install and maintain the world's
most popular transmitter, the
Rosemount Model 1151. The students
will also learn the operation and
interface capabilities of the
Rosemount Model 275 HART
Communicator or 375 Field
Communicator Smart Family Interface.
Students who complete this course will
be able to:
•
explain the differences between
Smart and Analog transmitters
•
identify 1151S parts and explain
their functionality
•
explain the principles of operation
of the 1151S
•
upgrade an 1151 Analog to an
1151 Smart
•
characterize the 1151 Smart
transmitter
•
configure and test Smart
transmitters using the Rosemount
Model 275 HART Communicator
or 375 Field Communicator
•
properly install and troubleshoot
the 1151 Smart transmitter
Knowledge of basic pressure
fundamentals and analog pressure
instrumentation.
•
Smart and Analog Transmitters
•
1151S Overview and Principles of
Operation
•
Retrofitting Analog 1151
Transmitters
•
Characterizing 1151 Smart
Transmitter
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
Bench Testing the 1151 Smart
Transmitter
•
Rosemount Model 275 HART
Communicator or 375 Field
Communicator Operation
•
Digital Trims/Calibration
•
Installation and Start-up
•
Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
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3051 Smart Pressure Transmitter
Using AMS Device Manager
Course Number: 2305
2306
CEU’s:
.7
.7
This course is designed for those
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
individuals responsible for the
Intro:
installation and maintenance of the
installation and maintenance of the
Rosemount Model 3051 Smart Pressure Rosemount Model 3051 Smart
Transmitter.
Pressure Transmitter.
This 1-day course uses lectures and
This 1-day course uses lectures and
labs to teach the student how to install
labs to maximize to hands on
and maintain the Rosemount Model
experience and teach the student how
3051 Smart Pressure Transmitter.
to install and maintain the Rosemount
The student will also learn the operation Model 3051 Smart Pressure
and interface capabilities of the
Transmitter. The student will also learn
Rosemount Model 275 HART
the operation of the AMS Device
Communicator or 375 Field
Manager. Students will:
Communicator Communication
•
explain the differences between
Interface. Students will:
Smart and Analog transmitters
•
explain the differences between
•
identify 3051 parts and
Overview:
Smart & Analog transmitters
functionality
•
identify 3051 parts and functionality •
explain the principles of operation
•
explain the principles of operation
of the 3051
of the 3051
•
configure and test 3051 Smart
Pressure Transmitters using the
•
configure and test 3051 Smart
Pressure Transmitters using the
AMS Device Manager
Rosemount Model 275 HART
•
properly install and troubleshoot
Communicator or 375 Field
the 3051 Smart transmitter
Communicator
•
calibrate the 3051 using AMS
•
properly install/ troubleshoot the
Device Manager
3051 Smart transmitter
Knowledge of basic pressure
Knowledge of basic pressure
Prerequisites:
fundamentals and pressure
fundamentals and pressure
instrumentation.
instrumentation.
•
Smart and Analog Transmitters
•
Smart and Analog Transmitters
•
3051 Overview and Principles of
•
3051 Overview and Principles of
Operation
Operation
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
Bench Testing the 3051 Smart
•
Bench Testing the 3051 Smart
Transmitter
Transmitter
•
Rosemount Model 275 HART
•
AMS Device Manager
Communicator or 375 Field
•
Digital Trims/Calibration
Communicator Operation
Topics:
•
AMS Device Manager Calibration
•
Digital Trims/Calibration
Management
•
Installation and Start-up
•
Intelligent Calibrators
•
Troubleshooting and Maintenance •
Installation and Start-Up
•
Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
Course:
3051 Smart Pressure Transmitter
3051 Fieldbus Pressure
Transmitter
2307
.7
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 375 Field
Communicator. Students who
complete this course will be able to:
•
identify 3051 parts and
functionality
•
explain the principles of operation
of the 3051
•
design and build a Fieldbus
segment
•
configure, test, and calibrate the
3051 Fieldbus Pressure
Transmitters using the 375 Field
Communicator
•
properly install and troubleshoot
the 3051 Fieldbus Transmitter
Knowledge of basic pressure
fundamentals and pressure
instrumentation.
•
3051 Overview and Principles of
Operation
FOUNDATION fieldbus Overview
•
•
Fieldbus Wiring/Segment
Design/Function Blocks
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
Bench Testing 3051 Fieldbus
Transmitter
•
375 Field Communicator
Operation
•
Digital Trims/Calibration
•
Installation and Start-Up
•
Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
Note: Course may be conducted using
other Fieldbus Hosts, call with any
questions.
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
3051S SMART Pressure Transmitter
3144P Temperature Transmitters
Course:
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Manager
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Course Number: 2308
CEU’s:
.7
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation, configuration, calibration,
Intro:
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 and interface
capabilities of the Rosemount Model
275 HART Communicator or 375 Field
Communicator Communication
Interface. Students who complete this
Overview:
course will be able to:
•
identify 3051S parts and
functionality explain the principles
of operation of the 3051S
•
configure and test the 3051S Smart
Pressure Transmitters using the
Rosemount Model 275 HART
Communicator or 375 Field
Communicator
•
properly install, configure, calibrate,
and troubleshoot the 3051S Smart
transmitter
Knowledge of basic pressure
Prerequisites:
fundamentals and pressure
instrumentation.
•
3051S Overview/Principles of
Operation
•
3051S Installation & Options
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
Configure & Bench Testing the
3051S Smart Transmitter
•
Configure and Test the 3051S
Advanced Features:
Topics:
Alarm & Saturation Levels,
Alarm
•
Direction, Write Protection,
Process Alerts, Scaled Variable
•
Digital Trims/Calibration
•
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
2321
.7
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
and maintain the Rosemount Model
3144P Smart Temperature
Transmitters. The student will also
earn the operation and interface
capabilities of the Communication.
Students who complete this course
will:
•
identify 3144P parts/explain
functionality
•
explain the principles of operation
of the 3144P
•
configure and test 3144P Smart
Temperature Transmitters using
the 375 Field Communicator
•
properly install and troubleshoot
the 3144P Smart Transmitters
Knowledge of basic temperature
fundamentals and temperature
instrumentation.
•
3144P Overview and Principles of
Operation
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
Sensor Selection and Wiring
•
Bench Testing the 3144P Smart
Transmitters
•
375 Field Communicator
Operation
•
Digital Trims/Calibration
•
3144P Dual Sensor Setup and
Configuration
•
Installation and Start-Up
•
Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
2323
.7
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation, configuration, calibration
and maintenance of the Rosemount
Model 3144P Smart Temperature
Transmitters.
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 3144P
Smart Temperature Transmitters. The
student will also learn the operation of
AMS Device Manager. Students who
complete this course will be able to:
•
identify 3144P parts and explain
their functionality
•
explain the principles of operation
of the 3144P
•
configure and test
144P/3144/3244 Smart
Temperature Transmitters using
AMS Device Manager
•
properly install and troubleshoot
the 3144P Smart Transmitters
Knowledge of basic temperature
fundamentals and temperature
instrumentation.
•
3144P Overview and Principles of
Operation
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
Sensor Selection and Wiring
•
Bench Testing the 3144P Smart
Transmitters
•
AMS Device Manager
•
Digital Trims/Calibration
•
Calibration Assistant SNAP-ON
Application
•
Smart Calibrators
•
3144P Dual Sensor Setup and
Configuration
•
Installation and Start-Up
•
Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
3144P Fieldbus Temperature
Transmitters
Course Number: 2324
CEU’s:
.7
Course:
848 Fieldbus Temperature
Transmitter
2328
.7
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8700 Series Smart Magnetic
Flowmeter
2340
.7
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Intro:
Overview:
Prerequisites:
Topics:
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 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.
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs The student will also learn the
to maximize the hands on experiences
operation of the 375 Field
and teach the student how to install,
Communicator. Students who
configure, calibrate, troubleshoot, and
complete this course will be able to:
maintain the Rosemount Model
•
explain the principles of operation
3144P Fieldbus Temperature
of the 848T
Transmitters. The student will also learn •
configure, calibrate, and test the
the operation of the 375 Field
848T Fieldbus temperature
Communicator. Students who complete
transmitter using the 375 Field
this course will be able to:
Communicator
•
identify 3144P parts and explain
•
design and build a Fieldbus
their functionality
segment
•
explain principles of operation of
•
properly install and troubleshoot
the 3144P
the 848T Fieldbus Transmitter
•
design and build a Fieldbus
segment
•
configure, calibrate, and test 3144P
Fieldbus Temperature transmitters
using the 375 Field Communicator
•
properly install and troubleshoot
the 3144P Fieldbus Transmitters
Knowledge of basic temperature
fundamentals and temperature
instrumentation.
•
3144P Overview and Principles of
Operation
•
FOUNDATION fieldbus Overview
•
Fieldbus Wiring
•
Fieldbus Segment Design
•
Fieldbus Function Blocks
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
Sensor Selection and Wiring
•
Bench Testing 3144P Fieldbus
Transmitters
•
375 Field Communicator Operation
•
Digital Trims/Calibration
•
Installation and Start-Up
•
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Note: Course may be conducted using
other Fieldbus Hosts, call with any
questions.
Knowledge of basic temperature
fundamentals and temperature
instrumentation.
•
848T Overview and Principles of
Operation
•
FOUNDATION fieldbus Overview
•
Fieldbus Wiring
•
Fieldbus Segment Design
•
Fieldbus Function Blocks
(including the MAI, and ISEL
Blocks)
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
Sensor Selection and Wiring
•
Bench Testing the 848T Fieldbus
Transmitters
•
375 Field Communicator
Operation
•
Digital Trims/Calibration
•
Installation and Start-Up
•
Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
Note: Course may be conducted using
other Fieldbus Hosts, call with any
questions.
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation, configuration, calibration,
and maintenance of the Rosemount
Smart Flowmeter System.
This 1-day course uses lectures and labs
to teach the student how to install,
configure, calibrate, and maintain the
Rosemount Smart Flowmeter System
composed of the Model 8712 Smart
Flowmeter Transmitter and the 8705
Flanged or 8711 Wafer Flow tube. The
students will also learn the operation and
interface capabilities of the Local
Operator Interface and the Rosemount
Model 275 HART Communicator or 375
Field Communicator Communication
Interface. Upon completion of course
students will:
•
explain the differences and
capabilities of the Rosemount
Magnetic Flowmeters
•
identify transmitter parts/explain
functionality
•
explain Faraday's Law and the
principles of operation of
Magnetic Flowmeter system
•
configure and test transmitters
using the LOI and Rosemount
Model 275 HART Communicator
or 375 Field Communicator
•
properly install/troubleshoot the
Rosemount Smart Magnetic
Flowmeter system
Knowledge of basic flow fundamentals
and instrumentation.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Magnetic Flowmeter System
Smart vs. Analog Transmitters
Flow Tube Selection
Configuring Using LOI and 275
HART Communicator or 375 Field
Communicator
Local Operator Interface
Functions
Positive Zero Return
Auxiliary Functions and Special
Units
Signal Conditioning
System Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
Bench Testing/Digital Trims
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
Course:
8732 Series Smart Magnetic
Flowmeter
Course Number: 2344
8700 Series Smart Magnetic
Flowmeter Using AMS Device
Manager
2346
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8742 Fieldbus Magnetic Flowmeter
System
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CEU’s:
Intro:
Overview:
Prerequisites:
Topics:
.7
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the installation
and maintenance of the Rosemount
Smart Flowmeter System.
.7
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation and maintenance of the
Rosemount Smart Flowmeter System.
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs
to teach the student how to install and
maintain the Rosemount Smart
Flowmeter System composed of the
Model 8732 Smart Flowmeter
Transmitter and the 8705 Flanged or
8711 Wafer Flow tube. The student will
also learn the operation and interface
capabilities of the Local Operator
Interface and the Rosemount Model 275
HART Communicator or 375 Field
Communicator Communication Interface.
Students who complete this course will
be able to:
•
explain the differences and
capabilities of the Rosemount
Magnetic Flowmeter
•
identify transmitter parts and explain
their functionality
•
explain Faraday's Law and the
principles of operation of Magnetic
Flowmeter system
•
configure and test transmitters using
the LOI and Rosemount Model 275
HART Communicator or 375 Field
Communicator
•
properly install/troubleshoot the
Rosemount Smart Magnetic
Flowmeter system
Knowledge of basic flow fundamentals
and instrumentation.
•
Magnetic Flowmeter Systems
•
Smart vs. Analog Transmitters
•
Flow Tube Selection
•
LOI vs. 275 HART Communicator or
375 Field Communicator
Functionality
•
LOI and the Quick Start
•
Signal Conditioning
•
Auxiliary Functions and Special
Units
•
Troubleshooting/Maintenance/Bench
Testing
This 1-day course uses lectures and
labs to teach the student how to install
and maintain the Rosemount Smart
Flowmeter System composed of the
Model 8712 Smart Flowmeter
Transmitter and the 8705 Flanged or
8711 Wafer Flow tube. The students
will also learn the operation and
interface capabilities of the Local
Operator Interface and the AMS
Device Manager. Students who
complete this course will be able to:
•
explain the differences and
capabilities of the Rosemount
Magnetic Flowmeters
•
identify transmitter parts and
explain their functionality
•
explain Faraday's Law and the
principles of operation of the
Magnetic Flowmeter system
•
configure and test transmitters
using the LOI and AMS Device
Manager
•
properly install/troubleshoot the
Rosemount Smart Magnetic
Flowmeter system
Knowledge of basic flow
fundamentals and instrumentation.
•
Magnetic Flowmeter System
•
Smart vs. Analog Transmitters
•
Flow Tube Selection
•
Configuring Using LOI and AMS
Device Manager Software
•
Local Operator Interface
Functions
•
Positive Zero Return
•
Auxiliary Functions and Special
Units
•
Signal Conditioning
•
System Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
•
Bench Testing/Digital Trims
.7
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation and maintenance of the
Rosemount Fieldbus Flowmeter
System.
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 Fieldbus Flowmeter
System composed of the Model 8742
Fieldbus Flowmeter Transmitter and
the 8705 Flanged or 8711 Wafer Flow
tube. The students will also learn the
operation and interface capabilities of
the 375 Field Communicator.
Students who complete this course
will be able to:
•
design and build a Fieldbus
segment
•
identify transmitter parts and
explain their functionality
•
explain Faraday's Law and
principles of operation of
Magnetic Flowmeter system
•
configure and test the 8742
transmitters using the 375 Field
Communicator
•
properly install/troubleshoot the
Rosemount Fieldbus Magnetic
Flowmeter system
Knowledge of basic flow fundamentals
and instrumentation.
•
Magnetic Flowmeter System
•
Flow Tube Selection
•
FOUNDATION fieldbus overview
•
Fieldbus Wiring
•
Fieldbus Segment Design
•
Fieldbus Function Blocks
•
Configuring Using the 375 Field
Communicator
•
Auxiliary Functions and Special
Units
•
Bench Testing/Digital Trims
•
Signal Conditioning
•
System Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
Note: Course may be conducted using
other Fieldbus Hosts, call with any
questions.
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
Course:
8800 Smart Vortex Flowmeter
Course Number: 2341
CEU’s:
.7
8800 Smart Vortex Flowmeter
Using AMS Device Manager
2348
.7
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Flowmeter
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.7
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Intro:
Overview:
Prerequisites:
Topics:
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation and maintenance of the
Rosemount Model 8800 Smart Pressure
Transmitter.
This 1-day course uses lectures and
labs to teach the student how to install
and maintain the Rosemount Model
8800 Smart Vortex Flowmeter. The
students will also learn the operation
and interface capabilities of the 375
Field Communicator. Students who
complete this course will:
•
explain the advantages and
limitations of vortex flow metering
•
identify 8800 parts and functionality
•
explain the Von Karmon effect and
the principles of vortex shedding
•
properly install and configure the
Model 8800 Vortex
•
commission and troubleshoot the
Rosemount Model 8800
•
troubleshoot the Rosemount 8800
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation and maintenance of the
Rosemount Model 8800 Smart
Pressure Transmitter.
This 1-day course uses lectures and
labs to teach the student how to install
and maintain the Rosemount Model
8800 Smart Vortex Flowmeter. The
students will also learn the operation
and interface capabilities of the AMS
Device Manager. Students who
complete this course will:
•
explain the advantages and
limitations of vortex flow metering
•
identify 8800 parts and
functionality
•
explain the Von Karmon effect
and the principles of vortex
shedding
•
properly install, configure,
commission, and troubleshoot the
Model 8800 using AMS Device
Manager
Knowledge of basic flow fundamentals.
•
Vortex Flowmeter Applications
•
8800 Vortex Flowmeter Overview
•
Von Karmon Effect and Principles
of Vortex Shedding
•
Proper Installation
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
375 Field Communicator Operation
•
Start-Up and Commissioning
•
Configuring the 8800 using the 375
Field Communicator
•
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
•
Digital
Trims/Calibration/Verification
•
Digital Signal Processing
Knowledge of basic flow fundamentals.
•
Vortex Flowmeter Applications
•
8800 Vortex Flowmeter Overview
•
Von Karmon Effect and Principles
of Vortex Shedding
•
Proper Installation
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
AMS Device Manager Start-Up
and Commissioning
•
Configuring the 8800 Using AMS
Software
•
Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
•
Digital Trims/
Calibration/Verification
•
Digital Signal Processing
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation and maintenance of the
Rosemount Model 8800 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, troubleshoot,
and maintain the Rosemount Model
8800C Fieldbus Vortex Flowmeter.
The students will also learn the
operation and interface capabilities of
the 375 Field Communicator. Students
who complete this course will be able
to:
•
explain the advantages and
limitations of vortex flow metering
•
identify 8800C parts and
functionality
•
explain the Von Karmon effect
and the principles of vortex
shedding
•
properly install the Model 8800C
•
design and build a Fieldbus
segment
•
configure and commission the
Model 8800C using 375 Field
Communicator
•
troubleshoot the Rosemount
8800C
Knowledge of basic flow fundamentals.
•
Vortex Flowmeter Applications
•
8800C Vortex Flowmeter
Overview
•
Von Karmon Effect and Principles
of Vortex Shedding
•
Proper Installation
•
FOUNDATION fieldbus Overview
•
Fieldbus Wiring
•
Fieldbus Segment Design
•
Fieldbus Function Blocks
•
Start-Up and Commissioning
•
Configuring 8800C Using: 375
Field Communicator
•
Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
•
Calibration, Verification,
Simulation
•
Digital Signal Processing
Note: Course may be conducted using
other Fieldbus Hosts, call with any
questions
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
Course:
3095FT Flow Transmitter
Course Number: 2342
CEU’s:
.7
3095MV Multi-Variable
Transmitters
2343
.7
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Intro:
Overview:
Prerequisites:
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation and maintenance of the
Rosemount Smart Flowmeter System.
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation and maintenance of the
Rosemount 3095 MV Transmitter.
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:
•
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
Basic computer skills and knowledge of
flow fundamentals.
This 1-day course uses lecture and
labs to teach the student how to install
and maintain the Rosemount Model
3095MV Smart Transmitters. The
student will also learn the operation
and interface capabilities of the 375
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 375
Field Communicator SNAP-ON
application
•
configure the compensated flow
parameters using AMS Device
Manager with the 3095MV
Engineering Assistant SNAP-ON
application
•
properly install/troubleshoot
transmitters
•
•
•
•
•
•
Topics:
•
•
•
Knowledge of basic pressure and
temperature fundamentals
/instrumentation.
Electronic Flow Measurement
•
DP Flow Fundamentals
Applications
•
Overview and Principles of
3095FT Flow Transmitter Overview
Operation
Multivariable Sensor Module and
•
Test Equipment Selection
Electronics Module
•
Sensor Selection and Wiring
Flow Calculation and Data Logging •
Bench Testing the Smart
Test Equipment Selection
Transmitters
Configuring and Calibrating with
•
AMS Device Manager with the
the 3095FT User Interface
3095MV Engineering Assistant
Software
SNAP-ON application
Remote Power Supply
•
Operation of the 375 Field
Communicator and AMS Device
Installation of 3095FT Flow
Manager
Transmitters
Digital Trims/Calibration
Troubleshooting and Maintenance •
•
Installation and Start-Up
•
Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
•
Configure/Wire/Setup the HART
Tri-Loop
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
Knowledge of basic pressure,
temperature, and flow instrumentation.
Basic Modbus knowledge helpful.
•
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
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
Rosemount Hydrostatic Tank
Gauging System
Course Number: 2330
CEU’s:
.7
Course:
3300 Guided Wave Radar Level
Transmitter
2332
.7
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Transmitter
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.7
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Intro:
Overview:
Prerequisites:
Topics:
This course is designed for instrument
technicians and others responsible for
maintenance of the Rosemount
Hydrostatic Tank Gauging (HTG)
system.
This course is for those individuals
responsible for the installation/
maintenance of the Rosemount Model
3301/3302 Guided Wave Radar
(GWR) Level & Interface Transmitters.
This 1-day course uses lectures and labs
to teach the student how to install,
maintain, and troubleshoot the Rosemount
HTG system hardware composed of the
3201 Hydrostatic Interface Unit, 3001C
Smart Pressure Transmitter, 3402
Application Interface Module, and RTD.
The student will also learn the operation
and interface capabilities of the Rosemount
Model 275 HART Communicator Smart
Family Interface and PCWIN software.
Students who complete this course will be
able to:
•
explain the advantages/limitations of
HTG
•
explain what HTG is and how the
measurements are made
•
identify HTG components and explain
their functionality
•
configure Rosemount HTG systems
•
perform routine system maintenance
•
properly install and troubleshoot
Rosemount HTG systems
Basic computer skills and knowledge of
tank measurement fundamentals.
•
Fundamentals of HTG
•
HTG Hardware Configurations
•
HTG Software Configurations
•
Proper Installation of HTG
Components
•
Power Distribution
•
System Start-Up
•
Rosemount Model 275 HART
Communicator Operation
•
Communications Configurations
•
Using the PCCWIN Software
•
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
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
3301/3302 GWR Level & 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
•
properly troubleshoot the 3301/3302
GWR transmitter using RCT
software
Knowledge of basic level and interface
fundamentals and instrumentation.
•
3301/3302 Overview/Principles of
Operation
•
Installation of the 3300 GWR
•
Configuration of the 3300 GWR
•
Bench Testing the 3300 GWR
•
375 Field Communicator
Operation
•
AMS Device Manager Operation
•
RCT Software Operation
•
Calibration, Verification and
Adjustments
•
Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
•
Troubleshooting and Reading
Tank Graphs Using RCT
Software
Note: Student/customer needs to
notify instructor if the class should be
performed using the 275 HART
Communicator/375 Field
Communicator or using laptops with
AMS Device Manager and/or RCT
software.
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
•
identify 5600 Radar parts and
explain their functionality
•
design and build a Fieldbus
segment
•
properly install and wire the 5600
Radar
•
configure and test the 5600 Radar
•
understand how to setup the 5600
Radar to work in different
applications
•
properly troubleshoot the 5600
Radar Transmitter using Radar
Master software
Knowledge of basic level
fundamentals and instrumentation.
•
5600 Overview and Principles of
Operation
•
Installation of the 5600 Radar
•
Fieldbus Overview
•
Fieldbus Wiring & Segment
Design
•
Fieldbus Function Blocks
•
Wire, Configure, and Test the
5600 Radar
•
2210 LOI / Display Operation
•
375 Field Communicator
Operation
•
Radar Master Software Operation
•
Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
•
Tank & Application
Troubleshooting and Echo
Handling using Radar Master
Software
Note: 5600 Fieldbus Radar Level
transmitter is also included in the 4.5day Fieldbus course #2370
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
5600 Series HART Radar Level
Transmitter
Course Number: 2334H
CEU’s:
.7
Course:
5400 Series HART Radar Level
Transmitter
2336H
.7
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Wireless Self Organizing Network
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Intro:
Overview:
Prerequisites:
Topics:
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 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 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
•
properly install and wire the 5600
Radar
•
configure and test the 5600 Radar
•
understand how to setup the 5600
Radar to work in different
applications
•
properly troubleshoot the 5600
Radar Transmitter using Radar
Master software
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:
•
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
•
understand how to setup the
5400 Radar to work in different
applications
•
properly troubleshoot the 5400
Radar Transmitter and the
Installation using Radar Master
software
Knowledge of basic level
fundamentals and instrumentation.
•
5400 Overview and Principles of
Operation
•
Installation of the 5400 Radar
•
Wiring the 5400 Radar
•
Configuration of the 5400 Radar
•
Bench Testing the 5400 Radar
•
375 Field Communicator Operation
•
AMS Device Manager Operation
•
Radar Master Software Operation
•
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
•
Tank & Application Troubleshooting
and Echo Handling using Radar
Master Software
Note: 5400 HART Radar Level
transmitter is also included in the 3-day
Level course # 2333
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals
and instrumentation.
•
5600 Overview and Principles of
Operation
•
Installation of the 5600 Radar
•
Wiring the 5600 Radar
•
Configuration of the 5600 Radar
•
Bench Testing the 5600 Radar
•
2210 LOI / Display Operation
•
275 HART Communicator/375 Field
Communicator Communicator
Operation
•
AMS Device Manager
•
Radar Master Software Operation
•
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
•
Tank & Application Troubleshooting
and Echo Handling using Radar
Master software
Note: 5600 Hart Radar Level transmitter is
also included in the 3-day Level course
#2333.
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.
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.
•
correctly install and setup the
Smart Wireless Gateway
•
properly install and configure
Wireless Transmitters
•
properly integrate Host interfaces
to the Wireless Gateway
Some experience in Networks and
Host integration would be helpful.
•
How Self Organizing Networks
Function
•
Self Organizing Networks Best
Practices
•
Network Components
•
Smart Wireless Gateway Installation
and Setup
•
Network Parameters
•
648 and 3051S Wireless
Transmitters
•
Installation, Configuration,
Maintenance and Calibration
•
Using AMS Device Manager with
the Smart Wireless Gateway
•
Configuring Wireless Devices with
AMS Device Manager
•
Modbus Serial Integration
•
Modbus TCP Integration
•
OPC Integration
•
Smart Wireless Gateway Advanced
Features
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
Course:
AMS Device Manager
AMS Device Manager with
Rosemount HART Instruments
7021
3.2
Course Number: 7020
CEU’s:
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Asset Optimization
July 2008
Intro:
This instructor assisted course is operated in a hands-on,
self-paced environment, which allows the student to work at
their individual pace. AMS Device Manager modules may be
purchased for self-study. Training can also be delivered at
your plant with the help of our certified instructors.
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.
Overview:
Topics:
7020-1 Configuring and Using AMS Device Manager
•
Viewing and Modifying Devices
•
Creating a Plant Database Hierarchy and Adding
Devices
•
Using the 375 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 Basics
•
Root Cause Diagnostic SNAP-ON Application
•
QuickCheck SNAP-ON Application
•
Using AMS Device Manager OPC Server and the
Matrikon OPC Explorer
•
AMS Device Manager Web Client
•
AMS Device Manager Web Services
•
AMS Suite: Asset PortalTM
Learn the installation, calibration, maintenance, and
troubleshooting of measurement instrumentation using
AMS Device Manager. The hands-on focus is on skills
required by engineers, technicians, or others that are new
to the plant or instrument environment.
This 4-1/2 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
•
correctly perform transmitter installation and setup
procedures
•
properly configure SMART transmitters
•
properly calibrate transmitters
•
perform basic troubleshooting-transmitters
•
Configuring and Using AMS Device Manager
•
Basic 4-20 mA Loop Setup
•
Pressure Sensors
•
Temperature Sensors (TC, RTD)
•
HART Communication
•
SMART Transmitters (3051, 3144/3244, 3095MV
Basics During 7020-1)
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
Transmitter Installation
•
Transmitter Configuration
•
Transmitter Calibration
•
Transmitter Troubleshooting
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
Micro Motion Comprehensive
Product Training
Course Number: 2352
CEU’s:
2.1
Course:
Micro Motion Comprehensive
Digital Protocol
2381
.7
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Micro Motion Sensors and RFT9739
Transmitter
2351
.7
Asset Optimization
July 2008
Intro:
Overview:
Prerequisites:
Topics:
This course is intended for technicians,
engineers and other plant personnel
who need to know installation,
calibration, maintenance and
troubleshooting of measurement
instrumentation.
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 II, FC375,
and the Series 3000 interface devices.
Students will perform a master reset,
use ProLink II 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.
This course is intended for
technicians, engineers and other plant
personnel who need to know
installation, calibration, maintenance
and troubleshooting of measurement
instrumentation and digital protocols.
•
This 1-day course builds on the
information of the Comprehensive
Product Training Course. It
covers the installation,
configuration and calibration of
the Micro Motion metering system
using digital protocols. The
student will learn to use and
troubleshoot the Series 2000 and
Series 3000 digital transmitters
using Modbus.
This course is intended for
technicians, engineers and other plant
personnel who need to know
installation, calibration, maintenance
and troubleshooting of Micro Motion
sensors with the RFT9739 transmitter.
This 1-day course covers the
installation, configuration and
calibration of the Micro Motion ELITE,
F-Series, and D sensors, RFT9739
transmitter and peripherals. Students
who complete this course will be able
to:
None
Course 2352, Micro Motion
Comprehensive Product Training.
•
Series 2000 and 3000 Digital
Transmitters
•
Installation Recommendations
•
MODBUS Only
Flowloop Simulations Using
DeltaVTM and other PLCs
•
Extensive Troubleshooting
Knowledge of basic flow
fundamentals.
•
Principles of Operation
•
Installation Recommendations
•
Transmitter Configuration
•
Sensor Calibration
•
Troubleshooting
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Principles of Operation
Installation Recommendations
Transmitter Configuration
Sensor Calibration
Extensive Troubleshooting
Flowloop Demonstrations
Plant Tour
•
•
correctly install, configure and
calibrate the flowmetering system
perform troubleshooting and
diagnostic procedures
Expert II Performance support software
is available for Micro Motion products.
Ask your instructor for details.
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
Course:
Micro Motion Sensors and Series 1000/2000
Course Number: 2358
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Advanced Micro Motion Sensors and the RFT9739
Transmitter
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CEU’s:
Intro:
Overview:
Prerequisites:
Topics:
.7
This course is intended for technicians, engineers and other
plant personnel who need to know installation, calibration,
maintenance and troubleshooting of Micro Motion Sensors
and Series 1000/2000.
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..
None
•
•
•
•
•
Principles of Operation
Installation Recommendations
Transmitter Configuration
Sensor Calibration
Troubleshooting
.7
This course is intended for technicians, engineers and
other plant personnel who need to build on knowledge of
Micro Motion sensors and the RFT9739 transmitter.
•
This 1-day course builds on the basic RFT9739
knowledge. It provides additional hands-on training
and experience in a classroom environment.
Course 2352 or 2351 (1-day RFT9739 course) or
equivalent.
•
Application Issues and Tools
•
Transmitter interfaces (HC275 or ProLink II) with
optional Hart/Modbus Multidropping
•
Flow Damping, Flow Cutoff and Density
Limits
•
Zeroing Issues
Updated dates & locations are available on our website at http://www.emersonprocess.com/education.
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