Educational Services Increase profitability, improve retention, and enhance safety with world-class training solutions.

Educational Services Increase profitability, improve retention, and enhance safety with world-class training solutions.
Increase profitability, improve retention,
and enhance safety with world-class
training solutions.
Educational Services
2016 Asia Pacific Training Offerings
Exceed Expectations with
Prepared Personnel
Skilled personnel anticipate needs; they solve tough problems; they make an
operation run smoothly. That’s why training is the cornerstone of maximum
availability, sustainability, and operational excellence at your facility.
A well-trained team knows their tools and knows how to use them to
meet short-term and long-term goals. Work with a partner — Emerson
Educational Services can bring your entire team the expertise they need
to face each challenge.
Whether your team must configure and calibrate valves, predict machinery
faults, or develop a control strategy, Emerson Educational Services has the
coursework to prepare your team. Investing in your team will also:
Train and keep high-quality team members.
What if you train personnel and they leave? Worse yet, what if you
don’t train them and they stay? Train personnel and improve not only
operations, but a sense of ownership in the operation’s results – a proven
ingredient in employee satisfaction and retention.
Learn best practices to meet profitability goals.
Emerson instructors reach deep into their decades of product experience and
industry best practices. Profit from their experience to meet your business
goals.
Choose a hands-on learning platform and train for real-life challenges.
Emerson instructors combine hands-on training with real-life examples to
prepare your personnel to find solutions in the midst of challenging situations.
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Fewer Incoming Workers
Retiring Workfprce
Fewer Specialists
Inexperienced Workers
More Technology
Larger, More Complex Processes
“32% of O & G industry survey respondents said skills shortage was
among the largest threats particularly
in subsea and LNG operations where the shortage is
felt in terms of project costs and delays. This threat rated second
only to economic instability at 34%.”
Oil and Gas Workforce Report Published by oilcareers.com and Air Energi, March 2013
Train and Keep High-Quality
Team Members
Consider Emerson training as the effective short- and long-term solution to
maximize the return on your most significant investment: your employees.
Through Emerson coursework, employees obtain the knowledge they need to
not only perform their jobs, but seek efficient solutions to daily issues. They
will perform with a real sense of ownership and satisfaction — resulting in
increased retention.
Whether you choose individual classes or a complete education program
designed specifically for your organization, Emerson can be your single expert training source
and offer flexibility to work within your schedules and shifts.
Your facility will benefit from these options:
•Accelerated boot camp developed for your new recruits.
•Assessments for skill gap analysis specific to your facility.
•Efficiently delivered blended learning approach.
Competency Development Program
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& Plan
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agreement
implement
To create a competency development program, Emerson follows a proven process
that starts with Educational Services consultants leading your management team
to identify items such as job-role definitions and skills gap analysis. We will also
guide the team to discuss methods of assessing the training success.
“The training exceeded my expectations.
I wanted information on sizing control valves
and I got that plus much other useful nformation.”
Operations/Production Worker in the Oil and Gas Industry
Learn Best Practices to Meet
Profitability Goals
Your personnel want to perform high-quality work that shows positive
results. Learning best practices, your personnel will avoid inadvertent
operator errors and improper maintenance that lead to energy waste,
contamination, unplanned shutdowns, and off-spec product.
“The material was good. I needed the review of the PID,
the instructor explained it in a way that really helped me
to understand it much better than I previously did”
Maintenance Worker in the Refinery Industry
“The training our operators received was second to none.
The real-life exercises put our operators at the top of
their game and helped make this one of the best startups
I’ve ever seen. We finished a day early with no injuries or
environmental incidents.”
Maintenance Worker in the Refinery Industry
With world-class training, your personnel will apply best practices to Emerson
products and applications throughout your facility.
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maximize
Performance
Improvements & Cost
Reductions
Plant
Automation
Benefits
manage
Learning Partner
Change &
New Technology
providing best practices
not just products
comply
Grow
with Government Regulations
Skills in Diverse Cultures to Drive Results
Increased Productivity
Broad Emerson Offerings
Emerson instructors’ application
expertise and practical field
experience dramatically boost
students’ skills and performance.
And evergreen training keeps
your people up to date on the
latest technologies, enabling
them to uncover new process
improvements.
In developing courses and
education paths, we draw from
multiple disciplines: control,
measurement, regulation, and
automation. In this way your
personnel will get the most from the
Emerson products and applications
at work in your operations.
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Provider
Emerson Educational Services has
been accredited as an Authorized
Provider by the International
Association for Continuing
Education and Training (IACET)
Students enjoy a consistent
high-quality class experience.
Choose Hands-On Learning and
Train Real-Life Challenges
Learning styles vary as widely as people do. Proof shows, however, that handson training and experiential learning bring out questions and solidify ideas for
students.
Emerson delivers comprehensive, hands-on blended training programs —
including on-site instructor led, virtual, eLearning, and more. Hands-on
training provides practical application skills with dedicated hardware
at regional training centers or locally.
Because your facility’s requirements extend beyond Emerson products, we
offer classes in best practices such as process control design.
“Experimental [learning] is a philosophy and methodology in which
educators purposefully engage with students in direct experience
and focused in order to increase knowledge, develop skills, and
clarify values.”
Association of Experimental Education
Your Choice of Learning Platforms
Your Emerson training plan is designed and developed toward your objectives. For any
learning situation - on-site, virtual learning, or eLearning - you can choose to include
facility scenarios, student testing, student scoring, and reports of student progress.
On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
Courses can be taken at an
Emerson regional training
center, at a local site, or in
your facility. Instructor-led
classes provide local language
support with the equipment
and tools necessary for handson deep dives into engineering,
maintenance, and operations
knowledge.
An instructor, based at an
Emerson facility, leads virtual
learning classes while students in
their own locations interact with
instructors, the equipment, and
other students in real-time.
In an eLearning setting,
students learn at their own
pace, on their own schedule,
online with no travel required.
A Learning Management
System (LMS) monitors their
hands-on learning progress.
Train Personnel to be Confident.
Capable. Interested. READY.
We hope you will invite Emerson to instill confidence and develop
capabilities in your personnel. We will guide them to be interested in
potential solutions — ready to move your facility to greater efficiency and
profitability.
Whether for a new project or for ongoing operations and maintenance,
Emerson provides consulting services, skills assessments, and the right
training solutions at the right time.
•Project consultants identify targeted business results where training
solutions can improve plant operations.
•A skills assessment identifies skills gaps that can be addressed with
training and prescribes the proper training solution.
•Your staff will be prepared when your project comes on line and
throughout continuing operations and maintenance.
Across the world over several decades, Emerson has developed and
dedicated substantial resources to training operators, engineers,
technicians, and maintenance personnel. We are ready for you anywhere
and anytime.
“Course material greatly increased my understanding of control valves and
will improve my ability to trouble shoot issues and design control valves
when needed. I like the labs and having valve
internal parts available for hands on inspection.”
Engineer in the Chemical Industry
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AUSTRALIA
Western Australia
New South Wales Training Center
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+61 1300 30 3152
Queensland Training Center
Unit 3 / 50 Borthwick Avenue Murarrie, QLD 4172
+61 1300 55 3051
+61 1300 30 3152
South Australia Training Center
1A Corbett Court Export Park, SA 5950
+61 1300 55 3051
+61 1300 30 3152
Victoria Training Center
471 Mountain Hwy Bayswater, VIC 3153
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+61 1300 30 3152
Western Australia Training Center
20 Sangiorgio Court Osborne Park, WA 6017
+61 1300 55 3051
+61 1300 30 3152
INDIA
Mumbai India Training Center
Delphi B Wing, 601 – 603, Central Avenue Hiranandani
Business Park, Powai,Delphi B Wing, 601 – 603, Central
Avenue Hiranandani Business Park, Powai,
+91 22 6673 6000 -4 & 6100
MALAYSIA
Emerson Process Management
(Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, No. 1, Block A, Jalan SS 13/5
47500 Subang jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
+60 3 5638 1010
SINGAPORE
Emerson Process Management
Asia Pacific PTE LTD
Educational Services, Singapore, 1 Pandan Crescent
Singapore 128461
+65 6774 6970
+65 6770 8587
South Australia
New South Wales
Victoria
PHILIPPINES
Emerson Process Management
19F Cyberscape Alpha Building,
Sapphire and Garnet Roads Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Philippines 1605
+63 2 702 1107
CHINA
Emerson Electric Asia Ltd.
16/F SM Cyber West Avenue, EDSA Quezon City,
Philippines 1105
+63 2 479 3399
Emerson Process Management Co., Ltd.
No. 1277 Xin Jin Qiao Road, Pudong New District
Shanghai 201206, China
+86 21 2892 9640
JAPAN
Emerson Process Management
Tianjin Service Center
6B Building, Saida Jimei Industrial Park,
Xiqing Economic Development Area
Tianjin 300385, China
+86 22 5868 0700
Chiba Solution Center
2-5-1 Yawata Kitaku, Ichihara-shi
Chiba-ken 290-0069, Japan
+81 436 44 8311
Mizushima Solution Center
36-8 26-8, Tsurajima Tsurajima-chou, Kurashiki-shi
Okaya-ken 712-8011, Japan
+81 86 445 7270
SOUTH KOREA
Emerson Process Management
SIcox Tower 12 Floor, 513-514, SeongNam City
South Korea 462-806
+82 2 2017 1713
THAILAND
88/4 Mabya Road,
Map Ta Phut Sub-district, Rayong
Thailand 21150
+66 3869 1353
Emerson Process Management
Shenzen Service Center
Floor 1, 8th Building, Liangchhuang Technology
Park, No. 21 Bulan Rd, Nanwan Street,
Buji Town, Longgang District
Shenzen 518112, China
Emerson Process Management
Flow Technologies Co., Ltd.
No. 111, Xing Min South Road,
Jiangning District Nanjing 211100, China
+86 25 5117 7888
Shanghai PR China
1277 New Jinqiao Road PuDong, Shanghai
+86 21 5899 4415
Operate
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Measure
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Final Control
& Regulate
Educational Services
List of Courses
Measure & Analyze
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Flow Measurement
Level Measurement
Measurement Instrumentation
Pressure Measurement
Safety Monitoring
Tank Gauging
Temperature Measurement
Wireless
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Process Control & Automation Software
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Measure & Analyze
Analytical
Analytical
Analytical
Fundamentals of Analyzers
Liquid Analysis: Chlorine, Dissolved
Oxygen and Ozone Amperometric
Measurement Theory
Liquid Analysis: pH, Conductivity
and ORP Theory
Course G2000
Course 2201
Course 2200
Overview
Overview
Overview
This course consists of 3 days, covering all
the Fundamentals of analyzers.
This 1-day course provides insight into the
complicated amperometric measurements
of chlorine, dissolved oxygen and ozone.
Students will learn the concepts of how
amperometric sensors work and how
to calibrate each type of measurement.
Students will:
This 1-day course provides a solid
theoretical background in pH,
conductivity, and ORP measurements.
Students will:
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Gas Chromatograph
Process Gas Analyzers
Combustion Analyzers
Liquid Analyzers
Flame and Gas Detectors
Lectures will be given on the principle,
understanding the working of analyzers,
importance of analyzers in different
applications and analyzer sample
conditioning system. Students who
complete this course will:
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Understand the basic theory of each
analyzer
Know the importance of analyzer in
applications
Understand the operation of analyzer
Identify the parts of analyzer
Understand the reasons that will
affect the performance of the analyzer
Understand the sampling system
concepts used in different analyzer
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Operations and working of gas
chromatographs
Process gas analyzers with different
principle
Operation and working of combustion
analyzers
Operation and working of different
liquid analyzers
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differentiate the various species of
chlorine
implement a proper maintenance
program
use diagnostics to troubleshoot
problems
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Amperometric Measurement Theory
Chlorine/Dissolved Oxygen/Ozone
Calibration Procedures for Each
Measurement
Maintenance & Troubleshooting Tips
Note: Available on Request or at Customer
Site
understand how each measurement
is made
recognize installation/application
problems
learn configuration/calibrate
procedures
how to implement a maintenance
program
troubleshooting problems using
diagnostics
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What is pH/Conductivity/ORP
How pH/Conductivity/ORP
Measurements are Made
Physical Process Properties and How
They Effect On-Line Measurements
Proper Calibration Techniques
Cleaning and Maintenance of a Sensor
Choosing Correct Sensor for any
Process
How to Decipher Diagnostics
Readouts
pH/Conductivity Sensor Overview
pH/Conductivity/ORP Analyzer
Overview
Note: Available on Request or at Customer
Site
Measure & Analyze
Analytical
Analytical
Analytical
Rosemount Analytical 700XA and
1500XA Gas Chromatographs (GC) Introduction
Liquid Analysis: Measurement
Theory (Customer Specific)
Rosemount Analytical 700XA Gas
Chromatograph - Operation and
Maintenance
Course R4105
Course 2205
Course R4213
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 3-day course gives students a basic
understanding of how a 700XA and
1500XA gas chromatograph works,
emphasizing chromatograph fundamentals
and basic theory.
This 7-hour class is fully customized to
cover the specific measurements that the
customer requests. A certified trainer will
cover up to 4 subjects in one day. The 4
subjects may be measurement or product
related. The list of measurements that
can be bundled into a tailored made
training course are pH, ORP, contacting
conductivity, toroidal conductivity,
turbidity, chlorine, dissolved oxygen, and
ozone. Each measurement theory has its
own duration which can be modified to fit
the customers’ time frame needs. Select
an analyzer (course 2204) or transmitter
(course 2202) to accompany the
measurement theories for a well-rounded
class.
This 5-day course is appropriate for
those who have either worked with a
chromatograph for at least six months
or completed the ‘Introduction to Gas
Chromatographs’ course. It prepares
participants to operate and repair a 700XA
gas chromatograph.
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Reviewing Chromatography Principles
Understanding Chemistry, Flow
Configuration, and Gas Systems
Reviewing Sample Systems
Working with Chromatograph
Hardware
Setting Timed Events, Retention
Times, and Response Factors
Understanding Data Calculations
Reading Chromatograms
Calibrating a Gas Chromatograph
Note: Available On Request in Houston, TX
or On-Site. Classes typically start at 1 pm on
Monday and end at 12 pm on Wednesday to
accommodate travel.
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Installation and Application Problems
Configuration of Outputs / Alarms (If
applicable)
Use Diagnostic Features (If Applicable)
Sensor Calibration & Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Note: Available on Request or at Customer
Site
Prerequisites
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’
course or equivalent knowledge.
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Understanding Gas Chromatography
and a Gas Chromatograph
Using the Basic Chromatograph
System in Process Gas Analysis
Understanding Carrier and Calibration
Gas Systems
Installing and Operating MON
Software
Applying Chromatograph Integration
Techniques and Post-Analysis
Calculations
Using the Chromatograph to Identify
Problems
Setting Timed Events, Retention
Times, and Response Factors
Starting Up a Gas Chromatograph
Understanding Sample Handling
Systems
Verifying Proper Operation of the Gas
Chromatograph
Conducting Preventative Maintenance
Communicating to Other Devices
Reviewing Spare Parts
Recommendations
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On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Measure & Analyze
Analytical
Analytical
Analytical
Rosemount Analytical Oxymitter
and World Class 3000 Oxygen Flue
Gas Analyzer - Maintenance
Oxygen Flue Gas Analyzer Maintenance, OCX8800
Rosemount Analytical 1056 Dual
Input Analyzer (eLearning)
Course 2153
Course 2154
Course e2061 NEW
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course covers the service
requirements for oxygen analyzers in
general and the installation, operation,
calibration and maintenance of the World
Class and Oxymitter.
This 1-day course covers the service
requirements for oxygen analyzers in
general and the installation, operation,
calibration, and maintenance of the
OCX8800.
Topics
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Introduction to the 1056 Dual Input
Analyzer, including overview of functions,
mechanical and electronic installation,
adding sensor boards and wiring sensors,
and using the interface. Basic installation,
configuration and calibration training in
the 1056 Analyzer.
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• Combustion Requirements
• Methods of Oxygen Analysis
• Typical Uses of Oxygen Analysis
• Combustion Efficiency
• Zirconia (ZrO2) Oxygen Analysis
• COe Analysis
• Theory of Operation
• Oxygen Analyzer
- Installation
- Hardware
- Maintenance
- Troubleshooting
- HART Communications
Combustion Requirements
Methods of Oxygen Analysis
Typical Uses of Oxygen Analysis
Combustion Efficiency
Zirconia (ZrO2) Oxygen Analysis
Theory of Operation
Oxygen Analyzer: Installation;
Hardware; Maintenance;
Troubleshooting; Hart
Communications
Note: Offered on Request at Customer Site
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$125 per student - unlimited access
3 months. Duration: 1 hour
Measure & Analyze
Analytical
Analytical
Analytical
Rosemount Analytical 500 and
700 Gas Chromatographs (GC)
Introduction
Rosemount Analytical 56, 1056
and 1057 Four-Wire Liquid Analyzers
Rosemount Analytical MLT
Process Gas Analyzers
Course R4100
Course 2204
Course 2110
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 3-day course provides students
with a basic understanding of how a gas
chromatograph works, emphasizing
chromatograph fundamentals and basic
theory.
This 2-hour class covers features, benefits,
and operation of the Rosemount Analytical
Model 56, 1056, or 1057. Each analyzer
family can measure pH, ORP, contacting
conductivity, toroidal conductivity,
chlorine, dissolved oxygen, and ozone.
The Model 56 can also measure turbidity
in drinking water and flow from a pulse
sensor, and display any 4-20mA signal
input Each instrument has its own
available features, and menu tree which
will be covered in great detail.
This 3-day course uses lectures and handson service training to provide instruction
on MLT analyzers, platforms, and other
menu structures. The course will teach the
student on how to install, maintain, and
troubleshoot the MLT series of analyzers.
Application and selection will be briefly
covered including the hazardous area
requirements. Students will:
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Reviewing Basic Chromatography
Principles Understanding Chemistry, Flow
Configuration, and Gas Systems
Understanding Basic Sample Systems
Working with Chromatograph
Hardware
Setting Timed Events, Retention
Times, and Response Factors
Understanding Data Calculations
Identifying Problems Using
Chromatograms
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Installation and Application Problems
Configuration of Outputs / Alarms (If
Applicable)
Programming of Automated Cleaning
Systems (DO, pH)
Use Diagnostic Features (If Applicable)
Sensor Calibration
Troubleshooting
Note: Available on Request or at Customer
Site
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identify modules and their
functionally
understand the basic theory of
operation
set up software variables for proper
calibration and operation
use the software diagnostics to
troubleshoot problems
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Overview of MLT
Theory of Operation
Installation
Configuration and Calibration
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
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On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Measure & Analyze
Analytical
Analytical
Analytical
Rosemount Analytical pH
Measurement Theory - Level 1
(eLearning)
Rosemount Analytical 1066
and 5081 Two-Wire Liquid
Transmitters
Course e2062 NEW
Course 2202
On-site Traditional Virtual
Learning eLearning
Rosemount Analytical Wireless
Instrumentation Models 6081P
and 6081C
Overview
Overview
Entry level training in pH Theory, including
explanation of pH measurement,
industries utilizing measurement, types of
pH measurement, science of determining
pH, and examination of a pH detector and
sensor.
This 2-hour class covers features, benefits
and operation of any Rosemount Analytical
Model 5081 or Model Xmt two wire
transmitters. Each transmitter family can
measure pH, ORP, contacting conductivity,
toroidal conductivity, chlorine, dissolved
oxygen and ozone. Both transmitters have
advanced diagnostic capabilities and can
communicate via HART or Foundation
Fieldbus communication protocols.
$125 per student - unlimited access
3 months. Duration: 1 hour
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Installation and Application Problems
Configuration of Outputs (HART Only)
Use Diagnostic Features (If Applicable)
Sensor Calibration
Troubleshooting
Note: Available on Request or at Customer
Site
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Course 2203V
Overview
This 2-hour class covers features,benefits
and operation of Rosemount Analytical’s
Model 6081 wireless device. The Model
6081P measures pH and ORP and is
SMART sensor enabled. The Model 6081C
measures Contacting Conductivity with
sensors that have either 2-wire or 4-wire
inputs. Each device communicates back
to a 1420 Gateway via Wireless HART
communication.
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IConnecting the Model 6081 to a
Wireless Mesh Network
Configuring Update Rates
Mesh Network Theory
Sensor Calibration
Troubleshooting
Measure & Analyze
Analytical
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
X-Stream Process Gas Analyzers
3051S MultiVariable™ Mass Flow
Transmitter
700XA Gas Chromatograph
Course 2172
Course 2310
Course D4313
Overview
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation, configuration, calibration and
maintenance of the Rosemount 3051S
Multi Variable (MV) Transmitter.
Overview
This course consists of a one-day class per
selected analyzer with any of the following
Principle:
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NDIR
UV
VIS
Paramagnetic and Electrochemical O2
Thermal Conductivity Sensors
Trace Moisture Sensors
Lectures and hands-on service training
are provided on how to install, maintain,
and troubleshoot the Extreme series of
analyzers. Students who complete this
course will:
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Identify individual modules and their
functionality
Understand the basic theory of
operation of each module
Set up the software variables for
proper calibration and operation
Understand and properly use software
diagnostics
Overview
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs
to maximize the hands on experience
and teach the student how to install,
configure, calibrate and maintain the
Rosemount Model 3051SMV HART Mass
Flow Transmitter. Students who complete
this course will:
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identify transmitter parts and explain
their functionality
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explain the principles of operation of
the transmitter
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configure and test using the Field
Communicator, AMS Device Manager,
and the 3051SMV Engineering
Assistant software
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configure the compensated flow
parameters using the 3051SMV
Engineering Assistant Software
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properly install & troubleshoot the
3051SMV transmitter
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Extreme Overview
Extreme as a System
Extreme Testing
Extreme Startup and Installation
This 5-day course is appropriate for
those who have either worked with a
chromatograph for at least six months
or completed the ‘Introduction to Gas
Chromatographs’ course. It prepares
participants to operate and repair the new
Danalyzer 700XA gas chromatograph for
natural gas applications and will focus
on the improvements in analyzer design
and the new MON 2020 diagnostics and
configuration software.
Topics
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Hands-on Learning That Explains the
Chromatograph, How it Operates, and
What it Does to Analyze Natural Gas
700XA Chromatograph Hardware
Installation and Operation of
MON2020 Software
Dual Detector Applications (C9+)
and the Hydrocarbon Dew Point
Calculation
Identifying Problems, Setting
Timed Events, Preparing Samples,
and Implementing Preventive
Maintenance Procedures
Troubleshooting
Spare Parts and Service Tools
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic Pressure, and DP Flow
fundamentals and instrumentation.
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DP Flow Fundamentals
Overview and Principles of Operation
Test Equipment Selection
Temperature Sensor Wiring
Bench Testing the Smart Transmitters
3051SMV Engineering Assistant
Software
Operation of the Field Communicator
and AMS Device Manager
Digital Trims/Calibration
Installation and Start-Up
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Note: This product is also included in course
2327 and 2329.
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On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
8700 Series Magnetic Flowmeter
8700 Series Magnetic Flowmeter
with AMS Device Manager
8800 Series HART Vortex Flowmeter
Course 2340
Course 2340A
Course 2341
This course is intended for anyone that
is involved with properly installing,
wiring, configuring and troubleshooting
a Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic
flowmeter. Typical job functions include:
maintenance technicians, instrument
technicians and instrumentation
engineers.
This course is intended for anyone that
is involved with properly installing,
wiring, configuring and troubleshooting
a Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic
flowmeter. Typical job functions include:
maintenance technicians, instrument
technicians, and instrumentation
engineers.
This course is intended for anyone that
is involved with properly installing,
wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a
Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex Flowmeter.
Typical job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians, and
instrument engineers.
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
how to install, configure, and maintain
the Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic
Flowmeter Systems composed of the
Model 8712 and 8732 transmitters and
the 8705 Flanged and 8711 Wafer Sensors.
The students will learn the operation and
capabilities of Local Operator Interface
(LOI), 475 Field Communicator, and/or
AMS Device Manager and how to use these
tools to perform configuration. Common
issues encountered and troubleshooting
techniques will also be covered.
This 1-day course consists of a blend
of lectures and hands-on exercises
that cover how to install, configure,
and maintain the Rosemount 8700
Series Magnetic Flowmeter Systems
composed of the Model 8712 and 8732
transmitters and the 8705 Flanged and
8711 Wafer Sensors. The students will
learn the operation and capabilities of
AMS Device Manager and how to use this
tool to perform configuration. Common
issues encountered and troubleshooting
techniques will also be covered.
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
how to install, configure, and maintain
the Rosemount 8800 Series Smart Vortex
flowmeter systems. The students will
learn the operation and capabilities of
the Local Operator Interface and HC475
Field Communicator and how to use these
tools to perform configuration. Common
issues encountered and troubleshooting
techniques will also be covered.
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic flow fundamentals and
instrumentation.
Topics
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Explain the Difference and Capabilities
of the Rosemount 8700 Series
Magnetic Flowmeters
Identify Transmitter and Sensor Parts
and Explain Functionality
Explain Faraday’s Law and the
Principles of Operation of Magnetic
Flowmeter System
Configure and Test Transmitters Using
the LOI, Field Communicator, or AMS
Device Manager
Properly Install/Troubleshoot the
Rosemount Magnetic Flowmeter
System
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic
understanding of the fundamentals of
flow measurement, electricity, analog and
frequency signal processing are assumed.
Topics
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Explain the Difference and Capabilities
of the Rosemount 8700 Series
Magnetic Flowmeters
Identify Transmitter and Sensor Parts
and Explain Functionality
Explain Faraday’s Law and the
Principles of Operation of Magnetic
Flowmeter system
Configure and Test Transmitters Using
AMS Device Manager
Properly Install/Troubleshoot the
Rosemount Magnetic Flowmeter
System
Overview
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic
understanding of the fundamentals of
flow measurement, electricity, analog &
frequency signal processing are assumed.
Topics
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Explain the Differences and
Capabilities of the Rosemount 8800
Series Vortex Flowmeters
Explain the von Karman Effect and
the Principles of Operation of Vortex
Flowmeters.
Identify Vortex Parts and Explain
Functionality
Configure and Test Transmitters using
Field Communicator or AMS Device
Manager
Properly Install and Troubleshoot
the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeter System
Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
8800 Series Vortex Flowmeter with
AMS Device Manager
Advanced Model 500 Gas
Chromatograph
Basic Fluid Flow Measurement
Course
Course 2341A
Course D4310
Course D3119
This course is intended for anyone that
is involved with properly installing,
wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a
Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex Flowmeter.
Typical job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians, and
instrument engineers.
Overview
Overview
This 5-day course provides students
with an advanced understanding
of gas chromatograph operation,
troubleshooting, and maintenance.
Computer operation skills are a
prerequisite, along with either three
years of chromatography experience
or completion of the DMS Operation &
Maintenance of Gas Chromatographs
Course. We supply all necessary handouts
for the course. Our highly experienced
instructor can provide additional insight
into your specific applications when you
provide your chromatograph sales order
number and application information.
This 3-day course is foundation training for
technicians, operators, technical support
staff, and others who require knowledge of
fluid flow measurement, meter selection,
maintenance and proving methods. This
course relates theory to practice which
gives participants a better understanding
and appreciation of the oil and gas
industry. It is recommended in advance of
product specific training courses.
Overview
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
how to install, configure, and maintain
the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
flowmeter systems. The students will
learn how to use AMS Device Manager
to perform configuration. Common
issues encountered and troubleshooting
techniques will also be covered.
Topics
•
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic
understanding of the fundamentals of
flow measurement, electricity, analog &
frequency signal processing are assumed.
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Topics
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Explain the Differences and
Capabilities of the Rosemount 8800
Series Vortex Flowmeters
Explain the von Karman Effect and
Principles of Operation of Vortex
Flowmeters
Identify Vortex Parts and Explain
Functionality
Configure and Test Transmitters using
the AMS Device Manager
Properly Install and Troubleshoot
the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeter System
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Process Chromatograph Flow
Configurations
Overhauling Valves
Thermal Conductivity, Flame
Ionization and Flame Photometric
Detectors
Sample, Carrier and Calibration Gas
Systems
2350A Controller Hardware
Installing and Using MON Software for
Integration and Calculations
Setting Timed Events, Retention
Times and Response Factor
Calculations
Start up Procedures
Setting Valve Timing and Flows with
Different Flow Configurations
Checking for Proper Separation and
Analyzing Chromatograms
Verifying that the Chromatograph is
Operating Properly
Troubleshooting the Chromatograph
and 2350A Controller
Configuring Reporting Details and
Control Outputs
Preventative Maintenance Service
Procedures
Communications and Modbus
Registers
Spare Parts and Tools
Prerequisites
It is recommended that participants
have basic understanding of process
instrumentation prior to taking this
training.
Topics
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Introduction to Fluid Flow
Measurement
Basic Flow Measurement Laws
Types of Fluid Flow Measurement
From Theory to Practice
Fluids
Differential Meters
Linear and Special Meters
Read outs and Related Devices
Proving Systems
Auditing
Basic Reference Standards
Flow
Operations Considerations
Maintenance of Metering Equipment
Measurement and Meters
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On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
DanPac Measurement and Control
System Introduction to Operation
and Maintenance
Operation and Maintenance of
Daniel Orifice Fitting
Introduction to Daniel
Ultrasonic Flowmeter with Mark
III Electronics (eLearning)
Course D4540
Course D4420
Course e4610 NEW
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2-day generic course* provides
students with an operational introduction
to the DanPac Measurement & Control
System. The instructor will explain the
metering system architecture, its function
and administration. As well as showing
how to navigate the operator interface,
the course covers basic troubleshooting.
The instructor will also explain the features
and benefits of the control options
available within DanPac. Students will
receive supporting literature.
This 2-day course is for the beginner or
experienced technicians. The students will
learn the operation, maintenance, repair
and troubleshooting Daniel Orifice Fittings.
This Course introduces the basic elements
and concepts of the Daniel Ultra Sonic
Flow Meter, equipped with MarkIII
Electronics. Historical look at transducers,
concepts involved with Flow Meters,
Wiring Connections, and MeterLink
Software
Prerequisites
A background in flow measurement is
required.
Topics
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Introduction to the DanPac System
Architecture
Operator Interface Graphics and
Controls
Access and Security
Communications and Interface to
System Field Components
Reporting and Alarm Functions
Simple Diagnostics and
Troubleshooting
Prerequisites
Participants should be proficient in
personal computer operations and have a
basic knowledge of flow measurement.
Topics
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Purpose of Orifice Fittings
Identifying Models of Daniel Orifice
Fittings
Main Components of Daniel Orifice
Fittings
Theory of Orifice Flow Measurement
Installation Requirements
Proper Operation of the Senior Orifice
Fittings
Orifice Plate Calibration
Fitting Maintenance
$99 per student - unlimited access for 3
months.
Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Introduction to Model 500 and
700 Gas Chromatographs
Micro Motion 3098 Gas Specific
Gravity
Micro Motion Comprehensive Product
Training - Field
Course D4100
Course 2386
Course 2380
Overview
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring,
configuring and troubleshooting a Micro
Motion 3098 Gas Specific Gravity meter.
Typical job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
This class is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring,
configuring and troubleshooting a Micro
Motion flow and density meter. Typical
job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
an overview of the operating principle, key
components and applications of a 3098
Micro Motion Gas Specific Gravity meter.
The process of commissioning a 3098 is
covered including: installation, wiring,
configuration and field calibration at initial
startup. Troubleshooting of commonly
seen issues is also covered. This course
includes hands on demonstrations.
Topics
This 2-day field class covers the same
materials that are covered in the 2352
course held at Micro Motion headquarters,
in Boulder, Colorado. It is a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that
cover the installation, configuration and
calibration of the Micro Motion metering
system. Students will learn the Series
1000/2000/3000 transmitters using these
configuration tools; Prolink III, HC475,
AMS or Display Interface. Students will
perform a master reset and use Prolink III
to configure the Series 1000/2000/3000,
perform a flow calibration check and learn
how to diagnose and solve troubleshooting
problems. When the class is taught at a
customer site the class can be customized
to cover RFT9739/9739MVD transmitter
with F-Series, T Series or R Series Sensors.
This course also includes an introduction to
Micro Motion’s new 5700 transmitter.
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Prerequisites
This 3-day course provides students
with a basic understanding of how a gas
chromatograph works, emphasizing
chromatograph fundamentals and
basic theory. The only prerequisites are
basic computer skills. DMS provides an
experienced on-site instructor as well as all
necessary equipment and handouts for the
course.
Topics
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Basic Chromatography Principles and
Their Application to Gas Measurement
Basic Chemistry, Flow Configuration
and Carrier and Calibration Gas
Systems
Basic Sample Systems
Basic Chromatograph Hardware
Timed Events, Retention Times,
Response Factors
Data Calculations and Control
Parameters
Using Chromatograms to Identify
Problems
Identifying Gas Components
Calibrating a Gas Chromatograph
Operation of MON Software
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic
understanding of the fundamentals of
the behavior/properties of gases and gas
density measurement are helpful. Basic
electricity, analog & frequency signal
processing knowledge are also assumed.
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Explain the Principle of Operation
for how a a Micro Motion 3098 Gas
Specific Gravity Meter Works and the
Function of the Key Components
Learn the Installation Best Practices
for Orienting, Mounting, Piping and
Wiring the 3098
Configure the 3098 and Perform the
Required Field Calibration
Learn a Step by Step Process to
Perform Basic Troubleshooting of
the Most Common Issues Customers
Encounter
None required. However, basic
understanding of the fundamentals of
flow measurement, electricity, analog &
frequency signal processing are assumed.
Topics
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Explain the Fundamentals for how
a Micro Motion Coriolis Meter
Works and the Function of the Key
Components
Learn the Installation Best Practices
for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring
the Sensor and Transmitter
Configure the Metering System
to Measure Flow, Density and
Temperature for Various Applications
Learn a Step by Step Process to
Perform Basic Troubleshooting of the
Most Common Meter and Process
Issues
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On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Micro Motion Coriolis and
Rosemount Smart 8700 Magnetic
Flowmeters
Micro Motion Coriolis and Rosemount
Smart 8800 Vortex Flowmeters
Micro Motion Coriolis Meter:
Configure Device Options
(eLearning)
Course 2384
Course 2387 Course e2359 NEW
This combined class is intended anyone
that is involved with properly configuring
and troubleshooting a Micro Motion flow
and density meter and Rosemount 8700
Smart Magnetic Flowmeters. Typical
job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
This combined class is intended anyone
that is involved with properly configuring
and troubleshooting a Micro Motion
flow and density meter and Rosemount
8800 Smart Vortex Flowmeters. Typical
job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
(English, Spanish, German & Chinese
versions available)
Overview
Overview
This 1-day field class provides hands-on
training on both the Coriolis and Magnetic
Flowmeters. Typically 2/3 of the course
time is spent on Micro Motion’s Coriolis
meter and 1/3 on Rosemount’s 8700
Magnetic Flowmeter. Theory of operation,
meter components and installation of each
flowmeter are covered. The focus of the
class is to provide a hands-on experience
configuring and troubleshooting best
practices. Students will learn the Micro
Motion Series 1000/2000 transmitters
using one of these configuration tools;
Prolink III, HC475, AMS Device Manager
or Series 3000 display interface devices.
Public field classes typically use Prolink
III for configuring the Micro Motion
transmitters and the HC475 will be
used for the Rosemount 8700 Magnetic
flowmeter. Customers can choose which
configuration device is used for classes held
at their site. This course also includes an
introduction to Micro Motion’s new 5700
transmitter.
Prerequisites
This 1-day field class provides hands-on
training on both the Coriolis and Vortex
Flowmeters. Typically 2/3 of the course
time is spent on Micro Motion’s Coriolis
meter and 1/3 on Rosemount’s 8800
Vortex Flowmeter. Theory of operation,
meter components and installation of each
flowmeter are covered. The focus of the
class is to provide a hands-on experience
configuring and troubleshooting best
practices. Students will learn the Micro
Motion Series 1000/2000 transmitters
using one of these configuration tools;
Prolink III, HC475, AMS Device Manager
or Series 3000 display interface devices.
Public field classes typically use Prolink
III for configuring the Micro Motion
transmitters and the HC475 will be
used for the Rosemount 8800 Vortex
flowmeter. Customers can choose which
configuration device is used for classes
held at their site. This course also includes
an introduction to Micro Motion’s new
5700 transmitter.
Some prior experience working with
Micro Motion Coriolis & Rosemount 8700
Magnetic flowmeters is recommended.
However students with no past experience
can also benefit. A basic understanding of
the fundamentals of flow measurement,
electricity, analog and frequency signal
processing.
Prerequisites
Topics
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After attending the course the
student will be able to do the
following for both Micro Motion’s
Coriolis and Rosemount 8700
Magnetic flowmeters:
Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for
How Each Flowmeter Works and the
Function of the Key Components
Basic Understanding of the
Installation Best Practices for
Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the
Sensor and Transmitter
Perform a Basic Configuration of
the Metering System for Various
Applications
Diagnose and Know How to Correct
the Most Common Meter and Process
Issues
Some prior experience with Micro Motion
Coriolis & Rosemount 8800 Vortex
flowmeters. A basic understanding of
the fundamentals of flow measurement,
electricity, analog and frequency signal
processing.
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Students will be able to do the
following for both Micro Motion’s
Coriolis and Rosemount 8800 Vortex
flowmeters:
Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for
How Each Flowmeter Works and the
Function of the Key Components
Basic Understanding of the
Installation Best Practices for
Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the
Sensor and Transmitter
Perform a Basic Configuration of
the Metering System for Various
Applications
Diagnose and Know How to Correct
the Most Common Meter and Process
Issues
$99 per student - unlimited access 12
months.
Flow Measurement
Micro Motion Coriolis Configuring
Process Measurements (eLearning)
Course e2357 NEW
(English, Spanish, German & Chinese
versions available)
This online training includes:
Communicating Between Tools and
Transmitter; Navigation of Configuration
Tool Menus; Characterizing the Flowmeter
Configuring Flow Measurements; Flow
Direction and Dampening; Density
Measurement and Slug Flow Limits and
Configuring Temperature
$99 per student - unlimited access 12
months.
Flow Measurement
Micro Motion Coriolis Meter: Final
Checkout (eLearning)
Course e2360 NEW
(English, Spanish, German & Chinese
versions available)
$99 per student - unlimited access 12
months.
Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Micro Motion Coriolis Meter:
Installation Best Practices
(eLearning)
Micro Motion Coriolis Short Course
Micro Motion Online Instrument
and Electrical (eLearning)
Course e2355 NEW
Course 2339C
Course e2353 NEW
(English, Spanish, German & Chinese
versions available)
This class is intended as a refresher course
for anyone that is involved with properly
configuring and troubleshooting a Micro
Motion flow and density meter. Typical
job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers. This class
is also intended to be taught as two, ½
day repeat sessions to accommodate
customers who need to train their entire
department but must also maintain the
operation of their plant by scheduling their
employees between an AM/PM training
sessions.
(English & Spanish versions available)
This online training includes: Understand
the considerations for determining sensor
and transmitter location in a process; How
to determine the best sensor orientation
based on the application; Understand best
practices for mounting the sensor
$99 per student - unlimited access 12
months.
Flow Measurement
Micro Motion Coriolis Meter:
Theory of Operation (eLearning)
Course e2354 NEW
(English, Spanish, German & Chinese
versions available)
This online training includes: How a
Coriolis meter works ; The basic physics
behind what the Coriolis Force is, how
a Coriolis Sensor uses that principle to
measure mass flow directly; How a Coriolis
sensor simultaneously measures the
density and temperature of the process
fluid
$99 per student - unlimited access 12
months.
Flow Measurement
Micro Motion Coriolis Meter:
Wiring and Navigating Tools
(eLearning)
Course e2356 NEW
(English, Spanish, German & Chinese
versions available)
This online training includes: Wiring Sensor
to Transmitter; Connecting Power and
Powering the Transmitter; Wiring the
Configuration Tools to the Transmitter &
more
$99 per student - unlimited access 12
months.
Overview
This 1/2-day field class is a condensed
version of the 2358 course briefly
reviewing the theory of operation,
meter components and installation.
The focus of the class is to provide a
hands-on experience configuring and
troubleshooting of the Micro Motion
metering system. Students will learn
the Series 1000/2000 transmitters using
one of these configuration tools; Prolink
III, HC475, AMS and Series 3000 display
interface devices. Public field classes
typically use Prolink III.Customers can
choose which configuration device is used
for classes held at their site. This course
also includes an introduction to Micro
Motion’s new 5700 transmitter.
Virtual Learning
$400 per student - unlimited access 12
months.
Prerequisites
Some prior experience working with Micro
Motion Coriolis meters is recommended.
Students with no past experience can
benefit if their learning objectives are to
get a basic intro to operation, installation,
configuration and troubleshooting. For all
attendees, it is assumed they have a basic
understanding of the fundamentals of
flow measurement, electricity, analog and
frequency signal processing.
Topics
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On-site Traditional
This online training is targeted for
individuals who startup and maintenance
Micro Motion Coriolis meters.Typical
job functions include: maintenance and
instrument technicians or engineers. This
course is made up of a total 26 topics
that cover basic installation, wiring and
configuration of a Micro Motion 2700
transmitter with configurable input/
outputs and any compatible Micro
Motion sensor series. Each module has
a short overview of each step of the
commissioning process followed by
modules that provide the viewer an
interactive experience for using the four
configuration tools; ProLink III, AMS Device
Manager, HC475 Field Communicator or
integral display.
Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for
How a Micro Motion Coriolis Meter
Works and the Function of the Key
Components
Have a basic understanding of
the Installation Best Practices for
Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the
Sensor and Transmitter
Perform a Basic Configuration of the
Metering System to Measure Flow,
Density and Temperature for Various
Applications
Diagnose and Know how to Correct
the Most Common Meter and Process
Issues
eLearning
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Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Micro Motion Series 1000/2000
Model 700 Advanced Gas
Chromatograph
Operation and Maintenance of the
Model 500 Gas Chromatographs
Course 2358
Course D4330
Course D4210
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring,
configuring and troubleshooting a Micro
Motion Coriolis flow and density meter.
Typical job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
Overview
Overview
This 5-day course is most valuable to
those with three years of chromatography
experience, or those who have
completed the introductory Daniel
Operation and Maintenance of Gas
Chromatographs course. Participants
will develop an advanced understanding
of gas chromatograph operation,
troubleshooting and maintenance.
Training even becomes “customized”
when students present a chromatograph
sales order number and application
information. Given that data, the
experienced Daniel instructor will look
closely at specific applications and offer
participants even more insight.
This 5-day course prepares students to
operate and/or repair model 500 gas
chromatograph. As a prerequisite, a
student should either have worked with
a chromatograph for at least six months
or attended the DMS Introduction to Gas
Chromatographs Class. Students receive
four days of hands-on instruction and
all necessary equipment and training
materials.
Overview
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
the installation, configuration, calibration
checks and troubleshooting of Micro
Motion sensors with the Series 1000/2000
transmitters and peripherals. This course
includes hands-on exercises. Courses
held at customer specified sites can be
customized to address specific transmitters
and configuration tools. Public registration
classes cover a broader range of equipment
based on the needs of the attendees. This
course also includes an introduction to
Micro Motion’s new 5700 transmitter.
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic
understanding of the fundamentals of
flow measurement, electricity, analog &
frequency signal processing are assumed.
Prerequisites
D4210 Operation and Maintenance of Gas
Chromatographs. Students should also be
proficient in personal computer operations
and have a basic knowledge of flow
measurement.
Topics
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Topics
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Explain the Fundamentals for how
a Micro Motion Coriolis Meter
Works and the Function of the Key
Components
Be able to apply the installation best
practices for orienting, mounting and
wiring the sensor and transmitter.
Configure the Metering System to
Measure Available Process Variables
from the Device for Their Application
Learn a Step by Step Process to
Perform Basic Troubleshooting of the
Most Common Meter and Process
Issues
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Chromatograph Flow Configurations
Valve Overhaul
Thermal Conductivity, Flame
Ionization and Flame Photometric
Detectors
Sample, Carrier and Calibration Gas
Systems
Model 700 Hardware
Installing and Using MON Software for
Integration and Calibration
Setting Timed Events, Retention
Times and Response Factor
Calculations
Start-Up Procedures
Setting Valve Timing and Flows with
Different Flow Configurations
Checking for Proper Separation and
Analyzing Gas Chromatographs
Verifying that the Chromatograph is
Operating Properly
Troubleshooting the Model 700 GC
Configuring Reporting Details/
ControL Outputs
Preventive Maintenance Service
Procedures
Communications and Modbus
Registers
Spare Parts and Tools
Topics
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What a Gas Chromatograph is and
How it Operates
Using the Basic Chromatograph
System in Natural Gas Analysis
Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems
Chromatograph Hardware
Installation and Operation of MON
Software
Chromatogram Integration and PostAnalysis Calculations
Using the Chromatogram to Identify
Problems
Setting Timed Events, Retention
Times and Response Factors
Start-Up Procedures
Sample Handling System
Verifying that the Chromatograph is
Operating Properly
Troubleshooting the 2350A Controller
and the Chromatograph
Configuring the 2350A Controller
User Directory Outputs
Preventative Maintenance Service
Procedures
Communication of Gas Data to Other
Devices, such as a Flow Computer or
DCS
Spare Parts and Necessary Service
Tools
Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Operation and Maintenance of the
Model 700 Gas Chromatographs
Operation and Maintenance of
Daniel S600 Flow Computers
Operation and Maintenance of
Gas/Liquid Ultrasonic Meters
Course D4212
Course D4260
Course D4230/D4280
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 5-day course prepares students
to operate and/or repair a gas
chromatograph. As a prerequisite, a
student should either have worked with
a chromatograph for at least six months
or attended the DMS Introduction to Gas
Chromatographs Class. Students receive
four days of hands-on instruction and
all necessary equipment and training
materials.
This 3-day course provides students with
an appreciation of the operation, design,
capabilities and configuration of the S600
flow computer. This hands-on course deals
with file transfer and machine recovery
as part of the maintenance scope. The
instructor will make use of the latest
configuration software. Full supporting
literature will be made available to all
students.
This 3-1/2 day course prepares students
to install, operate, and maintain Daniel
multipath ultrasonic flow meters. In
addition to classroom instruction,
the training course includes handson experience using the flow meter,
simulatorand diagnostic software.
Topics
Prerequisites
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Basic knowledge of flow measurement.
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What a Gas Chromatograph is and
How it Operates Using the Basic
Chromatograph System in Natural
Gas Analysis
Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems
Chromatograph Hardware
Installation and Operation of MON
Software
Chromatogram Integration and PostAnalysis Calculations
Using the Chromatogram to Identify
Problems
Setting Timed Events, Retention
Times and Response Factors
Start-Up Procedures
Sample Handling System
Verifying that the Chromatograph is
Operating Properly
Preventative Maintenance Service
Procedures
Communication of Gas Data to Other
Devices, such as a Flow Computer or
DCS
Spare Parts and Necessary Service
Tools
Topics
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Introduction to the S600
Board Removal and Layout
Keypad Access and Security
Menu Navigation
Data/Mode Changing
Alarm Handling and Configuration
Configuring and Generating Reports
Application Specific Functions
Cold/Warm Starting Modes
File Back-Up and Download
Using the Configuration Software
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Basics of Sound Waves
How Ultrasonic Flow Meters Work and
Their Advantages over other Meters
The Performance Characteristics of
Transit Time Utrasonic Flow Meters
System Components and Mark III
Electronics, including the Central
Processing Unit (CPU) Board and the
Option Board
Meter Mechanics
Removal and Installation of
Transducer Assemblies
Volumetric and Mass Ultrasonic Gas
Flow Measurement
Meter Installation Considerations
Inform the Instructor if Working on
Liquid Meter
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Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Operation and Maintenance of the
Daniel Compact Prover™
Operation and Maintenance to
Control Valves and Turbines
Process Measurement Products II
(DP Flow)
Course D4270
Course D4290
Course 2327
Overview
Overview
This 3-day course covers the operation,
installation and maintenance of the Daniel
Compact Prover™.
This 3-day course covers the operation,
installation and maintenance of the Daniel
control valve and turbines.
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
This course is intended for technicians,
engineers and other plant personnel
who need to know installation,
calibration, verification, maintenance and
troubleshooting of DP flow measurement
instrumentation.
Basic knowledge of flow measurement.
Basic knowledge of flow measurement.
Overview
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This 2-day course explains how DP flow
instruments function and how they are
installed and calibrated. It emphasizes
installation, proper setup and calibration/
verification of DP flow instruments. The
course uses lectures and labs to teach the
students. Those who complete this class
will be able to:
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Theory of Operation: Double
Chronometry and Specifications
Overview of the Parts Which Make
up the Compact Prover such as
Actuator Assembly, Pneumatic Spring
Chamber, Piston and Poppet, Optical
Switches, Hydraulic Motor and Pump,
and Solenoid Valve
Installation: Prover and Meter
Location, Nitrogen Spring Plenum
Setting, and Power Requirements
Troubleshooting and Repair of: Safety
Barriers, Seal and O-ring Replacement,
Detector Switches, Interface Board,
Hydraulic and Nitrogen System, and
Spare Parts
Overview of Calibration: Seal Leak
Test, Upstream and Downstream
Calibration, and Waterdraw Data
Sheet
Overview of Prover Electronics:
Programming, Input and Data Modes
Using Software/Local Display, Circuit
Module Description, and Diagnostics
Proving Operations: Direct Proving
and Master Meter Proving
Prover Maintenance
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Theory of operation: Turbines, Valves,
Digital Pilots
Disassembly and Reassembly of
Turbine Internals
Disassembly and Reassembly of Valve
Cylinder Assemblies
Disassembly and Reassembly of
Digital Pilots
Valve Needle Valve Adjustment
‘A’ series vs. ‘B’ Series Control Valves
Turbine Pick-Off Sensor and Preamp
Flow Conditioning
Parity vs UMB Series Turbine Meter
Troubleshooting
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correctly install configure, calibrate
multivariable DP Flow Transmitters
perform DP Flow troubleshooting
Prerequisites
Some experience in instrument calibration/
verification, maintenance, installation and
operation would be helpful.
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Basic DP Flow Fundamentals
DP Flow Sizing Calculations
Multivariable Flow Transmitters
AMS Device Manager with Engineering
Assistant Snap-ON (3095)
Engineering Assistant for 3051SMV
Field Communicator
Test Equipment Selection
Installation
Configuration
Calibration / Verification
Troubleshooting DP Flow Installations
Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Rosemount 8700 Smart
Magnetic and 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeters
8700 Series Smart Magnetic Flowmeter Short Course
8800 Series Smart Vortex
Flowmeter Short Course
Course 2394
Course 2339SM
Course 2339SV
This combined class is intended anyone
that is involved with properly configuring
and troubleshooting a Rosemount 8700
Smart Magnetic & 8800 Smart Vortex
Flowmeters. Typical job functions include;
maintenance technicians, instrument
technicians and instrumentation engineers.
This course is intended as a refresher
course for anyone that is involved with
properly configuring and troubleshooting
a Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic
Flowmeter. Typical job functions include;
maintenance technicians, instrument
technicians and instrumentation
engineers. This class is also intended to
be taught as two, ½ day repeat sessions
to accommodate customers who need to
train their entire department but must also
maintain the operation of their plant by
scheduling their employees between an
AM/PM sessions.
This class is intended as a refresher
course for anyone that is involved with
properly configuring and troubleshooting
a Rosemount 8800 Series Smart Vortex
Flowmeter. Typical job functions include;
maintenance technicians, instrument
technicians and instrumentation
engineers. This class is also intended to
be taught as two, ½ day repeat sessions
to accommodate customers who need to
train their entire department but must also
maintain the operation of their plant by
scheduling their employees between an
AM/PM sessions.
Overview
Overview
This 1/2-day field class is a condensed
version of the 2340 course briefly reviewing
the theory of operation, meter components
and installation. The focus of the class is to
provide a hands-on experience configuring
and troubleshooting of the 8700 Magnetic
metering system composed of the Model
8712 and 8732 Transmitters and the
8705 Flanged and 8711 Wafer Sensors.
The students will learn the operation
and capabilities of the Local Operator
interface & HC475 and how to use these
tools to perform configuration. Common
issues encountered and troubleshooting
techniques will also be covered.
This 1/2-day field class is a condensed
version of the 2341 course briefly
reviewing the theory of operation,
meter components and installation.
The focus of the class is to provide a
hands-on experience configuring and
troubleshooting of the 8800 Vortex
metering system. The students will learn
the operation and capabilities of the Local
Operator interface & HC475 and how to
use these tools to perform configuration.
Common issues encountered and
troubleshooting techniques will also be
covered.
Overview
This 1-day course is an abbreviated
version of the 2340 and 2341 courses for
Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic and
8800 Series Vortex meters. Typically 2/3 of
the course time is spent on Rosemount’s
8800 Vortex flowmeter and 1/3 on
Rosemount’s 8700 Magnetic Flowmeter.
Theory of operation, meter components
and installation of each flowmeter are
covered. The focus of the class is to
provide a hands-on experience configuring
and reviewing the most common
troubleshooting issue and best practices
for resolution.
Prerequisites
This being a 1-Day class covering two
flowmeters, some prior experience
working with Rosemount’s Magnetic
and Vortex flowmeters is recommended.
However students with no past experience
can also benefit if their learning objectives
are to get a basic introduction to
operation, installation, configuration and
troubleshooting. For all attendees, it is
assumed they have a basic understanding
of the fundamentals of flow measurement,
electricity, analog & frequency signal
processing.
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After attending the course the
student will be able to do the
following for both the Rosemount
Magnetic and Vortex flowmeters:
Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for
How Each Fowmeter Works and the
Function of the Key Components
Have a Basic Understanding of
the Installation Best Practices for
Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the
Sensor and Transmitter
Perform a Basic Configuration of
the Metering System for Various
Applications
Diagnose and Know How to Correct
the Most Common Meter and Process
Issues
Prerequisites
Some prior experience working with
Rosemount Magnetic Flowmeters meters
is recommended. However students with
no past experience can also benefit. For
all attendees, it is assumed they have a
basic understanding of the fundamentals
of flow measurement, electricity, analog &
frequency signal processing.
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Virtual Learning
Magnetic Flowmeter System
Smart vs. Analog Transmitters
Flow Tube Selection
Configuring Using LOI and
AMS Device Manager
Local Operator Interface Functions
Positive Zero Return
Auxiliary Functions and Special Units
Signal Conditioning
System Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
Bench Testing/Digital Trims
Process Noise and Grounding
Diagnostics
Meter Verification Diagnostics
eLearning
Prerequisites
Some prior experience working with Micro
Rosemount Vortex Flowmeters meters is
recommended. However students with
no past experience can also benefit if
their learning objectives are to get a basic
introduction to operation, installation,
configuration and troubleshooting. For all
attendees, it is assumed they have a basic
understanding of the fundamentals of
flow measurement, electricity, analog &
frequency signal processing.
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Explain the Differences and
Capabilities of the Rosemount 8800
Series Vortex Flowmeters
Explain the von Karman Effect and
Principles of Operation of Vortex
Flowmeters
Identify Vortex Parts and Explain
Functionality
Configure and Test Transmitters using
the AMS Device Manager
Properly Install and Troubleshoot
the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeter System
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Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Roxar CorrLog - Instrusive
Corrosion Monitoring System
Roxar FSM
Course ROX008
Course ROX010
Overview
Overview
Corrosion is a major cost in the oil and
gas as well as other industries, and
frequently the reason for accidents and
unplanned interruptions in production
plans. Corrosion monitoring is thus
important for verification of the assets
integrity. Our intrusive corrosion monitor
2-day training course will provide your
personnel with the knowledge of the Roxar
intrusive corrosion monitoring system,
providing understanding of the different
system infrastructures, components and
measurement principles. The course
focuses on teaching the participants what
valid and non-valid data are; provides
knowledge on how to create reports from
data received by the instrument in order
to provide input to integrity managers to
enable better decision-making. The course
is available in two versions: MultiTrend
and Fieldwatch, depending on the system
software that your installation is using for
operations of the instrumentation.
Corrosion is a major cost in the oil and gas
as well as other industries, and frequently
being the reason for accidents and
unplanned interruptions in production
plans. Corrosion monitoring is thus
important for verification of the assets
integrity. Roxar’s FSM (Field Signature
Method) system is a non-intrusive system
for monitoring internal corrosion in pipes,
pipelines or vessels directly in the pipe
wall. Our Non-Intrusive Corrosion Monitor
2-day training course will provide your
personnel with the knowledge of the
Roxar non-intrusive corrosion monitoring
system, understanding of the different
system infrastructures, components and
measurement principles. The course
focuses on teaching the participants what
valid and non-valid data are; provides
knowledge on how to create reports from
data received by the instrument in order
to provide input to integrity managers to
enable better decision making. The course
is available in two versions: MultiTrend
and Fieldwatch, depending on the system
software that your installation is using for
operations of the instrumentation.
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Introduction to Corrosion Monitoring
• Overview of Corrosion Issues
• Why Corrosion Monitoring?
• Corrosion Control and
Process Optimization
• Integrity Management
and Safety
• Basic Principles for Selecting
Locations for Corrosion
Monitoring
• Overview of the Roxar Intrusive
Corrosion Monitoring System
• Instrumentation
• System Software
Measurement Principles
• Weight Loss Coupons
• Electrical Resistance Probes
• Linear Polarization Probes
• Galvanic Probes
Software Operations
• Verification of the Software
• Configuration and Installation
Architecture
• Instrument Specific Parameters
• Raw Data Verification
• Engineer Values
• Data Handling and
Presentation
• Data Interpretation
• Reporting
• Maintenance
• Battery Replacement
(Offline Systems Only)
• System Health Check
• Replacing Interface Cards
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Introduction
• Overview of Corrosion Issues
• Why Corrosion Monitoring?
• Corrosion Control and
Process Optimization
• Integrity Management
and Safety
• Basic Principles for Selecting
Locations for Corrosion
Monitoring
• Overview of the Roxar FSM
System
• Mechanical Components
• Buried System
• Instrumentation
• System Software
• System Infrastructure
• Integrated Flow Assurance
Monitoring Systems
Measurement Principles
• Field Signature Method
Software Operations
• Verification of the Software
• Configuration and Installation
Architecture
• Instrument Specific Parameters
• Raw Data Verification
• Signature
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Engineer Values
• Data Handling and
Presentation
• Data Interpretation
• Reporting
• Exporting Data
Maintenance
• Battery Replacement (EX
Version)
• System Health Checks
Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Roxar Hydraulic Retrieval and
Access Fitting System
Roxar Multiphase Meter 2600
Course ROX011
Course ROX002
Overview
Overview
Hydraulic Retrieval System, the probe/
coupon holder is connected to a hollow or
solid plug, which is installed in a hydraulic
access fitting. Installation and retrieval of
the plug/probe assembly under pressure
is done by pumping the plug in and out
of the hydraulic access fitting using the
double acting hydraulic retrieval tool.
The objective of this course is to give the
participant an overview of the Hydraulic
Retrieval & Access Fitting System. The
focus of this 3-day course is to bring
awareness of working safely and efficiently
with the tool and safe work practices. It will
explain the design and operations of the
tool and the fitting, and is recommended
for anyone who will work with retrieval
operations using our hydraulic retrieval
system. Physical demonstrations with
retrievers, service valves, and retractors on
non-pressurized stands may be arranged
by special request.
The Roxar Zector technology provides
accurate and real-time characterization
of flow patterns. The voxel-based signal
processing and electrode geometry
provides information, including multiple
flow velocity data and near wall
measurements. The objective of the Roxar
MPFM2600 3-day course is to provide
the participant with an understanding
of the multiphase flow, components and
measurement principles of the instrument.
The course focuses on providing the
participants with detailed understanding
of the set up and configuration; calibration
data, reference fluid parameter set up
and operation of the meter. The course
will cover interpretation and correlation
of MPFM parameters versus influences of
process conditions. Understanding the
data is the key in order to make the right
decisions for reservoir management.
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Maintenance
• Overview of the Mechanical
System Maintenance
• Gamma System
• Electrical System
• Calibration
• Replacement of Parts
PVT
• What is PVTx
• Fluid Analysis: Sampling,
Compositional Data
• Tempest PVTx
• Import Tables
Topics
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• The Hydraulic Access Fitting and
its Components
• The Hydraulic Tool Retrieval and
its Components
• Different Variations of the Tool
(PED/Non-PED)
Theoretical Operation
• Videos
• Theoretical Run through the
Operation
• Understanding How the Tool
Works
• Safe Operation of the Tool
• Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
Practical Operation
• Get to Know the Tool and its
Components
• Safe Operation of the Tool
• Do’s and Don’ts
• Practical Troubleshooting
• Focus on Getting Comfortable
using the Tool
• Repeated Operations
• Maintenance After Use
• Practical Exam
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Introduction to Multiphase Metering
• Single Phase Metering/
Multiphase Metering
• Flow Regimes
• Roxar’s Experience in Multiphase
Metering
• Roxar MPFM2600
• Mechanical Design
Mechanical Specifications
• Installation and Commissioning
Instructions
Measurement Technology
• Overview of the Measurement
System
• The Principle of Operation
(Phase Fraction Measurement,
the Gamma Densitometer,
Velocity Measurement, PVT
Tables, Phase Slip, Static
Properties)
Software Operations
• Overview of Roxar MPFM
Operation System
• Installation and Start Up
of the Service Console
Software Operations: Practical
Information on How to Access
and Save Parameter Files,
Logging and Retrieving data,
Well Test Options
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Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Roxar Multiphase Meter 1900VI
Roxar Sand Monitor
Course ROX001
Course ROX007 Overview
The Roxar topside Multiphase meter
measures accurately the flow rates of oil,
gas and water without separation, mixing
or moving parts. Field experience shows
long-term stability, high accuracy and
very good repeatability. The objective
of the 3-day Roxar MPFM 1900VI course
is to provide the participant with an
understanding of the multiphase flow,
components and measurement principles
of the instrument. The course focuses
on providing the participants with
detailed understanding of the set-up and
configuration; calibration data, reference
fluid parameter set-up and operation of the
meter. The course will cover interpretation
and correlation of MPFM parameters versus
influences of process conditions.
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Introduction to Multiphase
• Metering of Oil and Gas
Production
• Purpose of the Roxar Multiphase
Meter
• Multiphase Flow and
Terminology
• Roxar Multiphase Sensors and
Electronics
Measurement Technology
• Overview of the Measurement
System
• Measurement Principles used in
Roxar MPFM 1900VI
• Determination of Flow Rates
• Velocity Measurements:
Pressure, Temperature and
Volume
• Verification of the
Measurements - which Factors
have Vital Importance for Design
and Process Calculation
Operations
• Overview of the Roxar MPFM
1900VI
Operation System
• Service Console Software
Installation and Main Screen
Presentations
• Communication Set-Up
• Calibration and Reference Fluid
Parameter Set-Up
• Purpose of the Service Console
Program (SCP)
• Interpretation of the SCP screen
– Diagnostics
• SCP Screen Alarm Indication,
Configuration of the Multiphase
Meter
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Access and Save Parameter Files;
Practical Information on How to
Log and Retrieve Data; Well Test
Options
Maintenance
• Test Equipment and
Recommended Spare Parts
• Main Checks and Intervals
• Radiological survey (Topside)
• Reference Fluid Density
Parameter Set-Up
• Reference Permittivity and
Conductivity
• Temperature, Pressure and
Differential Pressure Function
Check
• Capacitance Unit Function Check
• Inductive Unit Function Check
• Densitometer Unit Function
Check
• Parameter Save and Download;
Diagnostics; Troubleshooting
Overview
Optimizing production is becoming
more and more important, as reservoirs
are facing declining curves while the
demand for oil and gas is increasing.
One consequence of optimization can
be increased sand production which can
lead to serious damage to production
equipment. The Roxar Sand Monitor is a
non-intrusive acoustic sand monitoring
system that identifies in real-time sand
production in any water, oil, gas or
multiphase flow lines for onshore and
offshore locations. This 2-day training
course focuses on teaching the participants
what valid and non-valid data are; provides
knowledge on how to create reports from
data received by the instrument in order
to provide input to integrity managers to
enable better decision-making. The course
is available in two versions: SAM Server
and Fieldwatch, depending on the system
software that your installation is using to
operate the instrumentation.
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• Causes of Sand Production
• Why Do we Need Sand
Detection System?
• Roxar Sand and Pig Detection
System
• System Enclosure, History;
Challenge, Integration with
Other Products
Measurement Technology
• How Do We Measure Sand?;
-Interface
• Sand Rate Calculation; - Sand
Detector
• Product Optimization
Operations
• Software and General Set-Up; System Overview
• Configure Sensor Parameters
• Process Data Interface: Flow
Rate Input, Velocity Input,
Choke Input, Well Test Data
Interface
• Alarm Settings Interface, Data
Logging
• Basic Interpretation: Basic Noise
Estimation, Sand Production
Estimation
• Adv. Interpretation: Velocity in
Signal Interpretation
• Flow Regime Consideration
Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Roxar SandLog - Intrusive Sand
Monitoring System
Course ROX009 •
Maintenance
• Detector Installation: Locations
on Pipe, Temperature
Considerations; - Wiring
• Communication Digital Output,
Analogue Output, Volt Free
Contact, Lamp Output
• Calibration: Factory Calibration,
Background Noise Calibration,
Automatic Background Noise
Curve (ABA), Sand Noise
Calibration
• Sand Transport Capability
Indicator
• Sand Mass Correction (L/X)
• Choke Calibration
• Filtering Settings: Alpha and
Beta Filtering of Raw Data,
K-Factor
• Preventative Maintenance:
Visual Inspection and Routine
Testing
• Calibration Adjustment:
Background Noise Calibration
(Zero Calibration)
• Sand Calibration, Hardware
Maintenance: Checking Sensor
Connections, Reinstalling or
Replacing the Detector
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Optimizing production is becoming
more and more important as reservoirs
are facing declining curves while the
demand for oil and gas is increasing.
One consequence of optimization can
be increased sand production which can
lead to serious damage to production
equipment. Our intrusive sand monitor
2-day training course will provide your
personnel with the knowledge of the
Roxar Sand Monitoring System, providing
understanding of the different system
infrastructures, components and
measurement principles. The course
focuses on teaching the participants
what valid and non-valid data is; provides
knowledge on how to create reports from
data received by the instrument in order
to provide input to integrity managers to
enable better decision-making. The course
is available in two versions: MultiTrend
and Fieldwatch, depending on the system
software that your installation is using for
operations of the instrumentation.
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Software Operations
• Verification of the Software
• Configuration and Installation
Architecture
• Instrument Specific Parameters
• Raw Data Verification
• Engineer Values
• Data Handling and
Presentation
• Data Interpretation
• Reporting
Maintenance
• Battery Replacement (Offline
Systems Only)
• System Health Check
• Replacing Interface Cards
Topics
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Introduction to Intrusive Sand
Metering
• Overview of Sand/Erosion Issues
• Basic Principles for Selection
Locations for Sand/ Erosion
Monitoring
• Erosion Control – Integrity and
Safety
• Optimizing Flow Rates and
Production
• Overview of the Roxar Intrusive
Sand/Erosion Monitoring System
• Mechanical Accessories
• Sand Erosion Probes
• Combined Sand
Erosion and
Corrosion Probe
• Electrical Resistance Probes
• Instrumentation
• System Software
• Integrated Flow Assurance
Monitoring Systems
Measurement Principles
• Electrical Resistance Probes
• Sand Erosion
Measurements
• Correlations with Sand
Production
• Combined Sand Erosion
and Corrosion Probe
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Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Roxar Subsea Multiphase Meter
Roxar Watercut Meter
Course ROX003 Course ROX006
Overview
The Roxar subsea Multiphase meter
provides flow rates for oil, gas and water;
vital information for managing reservoirs
and processes. The objective of the Roxar
SMPFM 3-day course is to provide the
participant with an understanding of
the multiphase flow, components and
measurement principles of the instrument.
The objective of the Roxar MPFM2600
course is to provide the participant with
an understanding of the multiphase
flow, components and measurement
principles of the instrument. The course
focuses on providing the participants with
detailed understanding of the set up and
configuration; calibration data, reference
fluid parameter set up and operation of the
meter. The course will cover interpretation
and correlation of SMPFM parameters
versus influences of process conditions.
Understanding the data is the key in order
to make the right decisions for reservoir
management.
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Maintenance
• Gamma System
• Electrical System
• Calibration
• Software Updates
• Sensory Geometry
PVT
• What is PVTx
• Fluid Analysis: Sampling,
Compositional Data
• Tempest PVTx
• Import Tables
Overview
The Roxar Watercut meter measures water
in oil (0% to 100%) and is used in process
control on test separators, fiscal metering,
on- and offloading, export metering,
desalting in refineries, two phase flow
metering. The Roxar Watercut meter uses a
unique and patented microwave resonance
technology to measure the permittivity
of an oil/water mixture with an extremely
high level of accuracy and sensitivity.
The aim of this 2-day course is to enable
participants to take full advantage of
the meter in real applications. Upon
completion of the course participants
should be able to efficiently run the
instrument on their own, including
delivering on-site quality reliable data, do
normal routine maintenance, fault finding
and troubleshooting.
Topics
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Introduction to Multiphase Metering
• Single Phase Metering/
Multiphase Metering
• Flow Regimes
• Roxar’s Experience in Multiphase
Metering
• Roxar SMPFM
• Well Testing, Monitoring and
Allocation
Mechanical Specifications
• Roxar SMPFM Components
• Versions of the Meter
Measurement Technology
• Overview of the Measurement
System
• The Principle of Operation
(Phase Fraction Measurement,
the Gamma Densitometer,
Velocity Measurement, PVT
Tables, Phase Slip, Static
Properties)
Software Operations
• Overview of Roxar SMPFM
operation system
• Installation and Start-Up of the
Service Console
• Software Operations: Practical
Information on How to Access
and Save Parameter Files,
Logging and Retrieving Data,
Well Test Options
• Well Test
• Creating Diagnostic Files
• Setting Up Fluid Parameters
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and Technology
• Why Measure Water Cut?
• Water Cut Metering Challenges
• Water Cut Metering
Requirements
• Technology for Water Cut
Measurement
Measurement Technology
• How Do We Measure Water Cut
• Installation
• Microwave Signal Path
• Entrapment of Microwaves in a
Pipe
• Microwave Resonance
• Permittivity of Oil and Water
• Water Continuous and Oil
Continuous Phase
• The Tables of Water Cut Made
from the First Meter
• The Production of the Meters to
Fit the Model of the First Meter
• The Production Sequence in a
Meter
• Measurement Uncertainty and
Initial Explanation
Operations
• Connecting to the Meter
• Software Operations: Entering
the Meter, Configuration
Measurement
• Inline Calibration of the Meter
• Measurement Uncertainty
• Practical Exercises on Meter
Electronics
Measure & Analyze
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Maintenance
• Overview of Recommended
Maintenance
• Turning Diagnostics and Logging
of Hyper Terminal
• Taking a 50dB Plot of Microwave
Electronics
• Common Error Messages
• Sending Diagnostic Data to
Roxar for Analysis and Filing
• Download New Code for a Meter
• Erasing Battery Backed RAM in
a Meter
• Troubleshooting the
Temperature Transmitter
• Practical Exercises
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Roxar Subsea Wetgas Meter
Roxar Wetgas Meter
Course ROX005
Course ROX004
Overview
Overview
The Roxar Subsea Wetgas meter is a
unique instrument allowing accurate
measurement of hydrocarbon flow rates
and water production with a very compact
mechanical solution. The aim of this 2-day
training is to provide the participants
with in-depth knowledge of instrument
operations which enable participants to
take full advantage of the meter in real
applications. Course participants will be
taught the intricacies of the meter and
measurement technology, understanding
of the data and the measurement
principles will allow better decision making
when it comes to reservoir management
and optimizing the production process.
The Roxar Wetgas Meter is a unique
instrument allowing accurate
measurement of hydrocarbon flow rates
and water production, with a very compact
mechanical solution. The aim of this 2-day
training is to provide the participants
with in-depth knowledge of instrument
operation, which enables participants to
take full advantage of the meter in real
applications. Course participants will be
taught the intricacies of the meter and
measurement technology, understanding
of the data and the measurement
principles will allow better decision making
when it comes to reservoir management
and optimizing the production process.
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• Introduction
• Wet Gas
• Why Measure Water?
• Multiphase Flow
• Flow Conditions
• Ranges and Specifications
• Installation Examples
Mechanical Specifications
• Material Overview
• Design Standards
• WGM Components
• Cathodic Protection and HISC
• Insulation and Coating
• Testing
Measurement Technology
• Overview of the Measurement
System
• The Principle of Operation
• Direct Measurement and
Required Inputs
• Fraction Calculations
• Formation Water Detection
• Calculation Modes
• Redundancy
Operations and Maintenance
• Pre-Commissioning Phases
• Commissioning and Start Up
• Communication
• Roxar WGM Console
• Meter Operation
• Alarms and Warnings
• Calibration (Describe All
Alternatives)
• Maintenance
Topics
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Introduction to Wetgas
• Introduction
• Wet Gas
• Why Measure Water?
• Multiphase Flow
• Flow Conditions
• Ranges and Specifications
• Installation Examples
Mechanical Specifications
• Material Overview
• Design Standards
• WGM Components
• Cathodic Protection and HISC
• Insulation and Coating
• Testing
Measurement Technology
• Overview of the Measurement
System
• The Principle of Operation
• Direct Measurement and
Required Inputs
• Fraction Calculations
• Formation Water Detection
• Calculation Modes
• Redundancy
Operations and Maintenance
• Pre-Commissioning Phases
• Commissioning and Start Up
• Communication
• Roxar WGM Console
• Meter Operation
• Alarms and Warnings
• Calibration (Describe All
Alternatives)
• Maintenance
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Measure & Analyze
Flow Measurement
Flow Measurement
Vortex Device Configuration
and Using Configuration Tools
(eLearning)
Vortex Online Instrument and
Electrical (E&I) Technicial Training
(eLearning)
Process Measurement Products III
(Level)
Course c6003 NEW
Course c6000 NEW
Course 2333
(English, Spanish, German & Chinese
versions available)
This curriculum group containc6001,
c6002, c6003 and c6004. This entire
curriculum may be purchased at a
discounted price, or each section of the
curriculum may be purchased individually.
The content for this curriculum group
includes theory, product offering and
model selection, and vortex sizing;
installation best practices for piping,
mounting, remote electronics and wiring;
device configuration for the 475 HART
Field Communicator and the AMS Device
Manager and using the configuration
tools; electronics, sensor and process
troubleshooting and vibration, mass
balancing and filter troubleshooting.
unlimited access for 3 months. Duration:
3 HR
This course is intended for technicians,
engineers and other plant personnel who
need to know installation, calibration,
maintenance and troubleshooting of level
measurement instrumentation.
This curriculum is part of the Vortex Online
Instrument and Electrical (I&E) Technician
Training. It may be purchased individually
or with the c6000 curriculum. This course
group covers the key parameters for a
basic vortex configuration, how to use
AMS and the Field Communicator to
configure an 8800D vortex meter, and
advanced configuration for special units of
measure, base volume units - density ratio,
pulse output, totalizer, display variables
and saturated steam using the MTA
option. unlimited access for 3 months.
Duration: 1 HR
Flow Measurement
Vortex Installation and Best
Practices (eLearning)
Course c6002 NEW
(English, Spanish, German & Chinese
versions available)
This curriculum is part of the Vortex Online
Instrument and Electrical (I&E) Technician
Training. It may be purchased individually
or with the c6000 curriculum. This course
group covers the key parameters for a
basic vortex configuration, how to use
AMS and the Field Communicator to
configure an 8800D vortex meter, and
advanced configuration for special units of
measure, base volume units - density ratio,
pulse output, totalizer, display variables
and saturated steam using the MTA
option. unlimited access for 3 months.
Duration: 1 HR
Flow Measurement
Vortex Theory and Specification
(eLearning)
Overview
This 3-day course explains how level
instruments function and how they are
installed calibrated/verified. It emphasizes
installation, proper setup and calibration­­­­/
verification of level instruments. The course
uses lectures and labs to teach the students.
Those who complete this class will be able to:
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correctly install DP Level Transmitters
correctly install Guided Wave Radar
Transmitters
correctly install Non-contacting Radar
Transmitters
properly calibrate/verify Level
Instruments
perform basic troubleshooting
Prerequisites
Course c6001 NEW
This curriculum is part of the Vortex Online
Instrument and Electrical (I&E) Technician
Training. It may be purchased individually
or with the c6000 curriculum. This course
group covers the theory of operation,
provides an overview of the vortex meter
product offering and model selection, and
discusses vortex sizing. $95 per student unlimited access for 3 months. Duration:
.5 hour
Flow Measurement
Vortex Troubleshooting
(eLearning)
Course c6004 NEW
This curriculum is part of the Vortex
Online Instrument and Electrical (I&E)
Technician Training. It may be purchased
individually or with the c6000 curriculum.
This course group covers troubleshooting
scenarios; electronics, sensor and process
troubleshooting; and vibration, mass
balancing and filtering troubleshooting.
unlimited access for 3 months. Duration:
1HR
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Level Measurement
Experience in instrument calibration,
maintenance, installation and operation
would be helpful.
Topics
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DP Level Fundamentals
Electronic Remote Sensors
Radar Applications
Radar Instruments
Radar PC Software
Field Communicator
Test Equipment Selection
Installation
Configuration
Calibration / Verification
Troubleshooting
Measure & Analyze
Level Measurement
Level Measurement
Level Measurement
Rosemount 3051S Electronic
Remote Sensors Systems
Rosemount 5300 and 5400
Radar Level Contacting and NonContacting Radar Transmitters
Rosemount 5300 High
Performance Guided Wave Radar
HART Level Transmitter
Course 2309
Course 2396
Course 2337
Overview
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation, configuration, calibration
and maintenance of the Rosemount
5400 & 5300 Series HART Radar Level
Transmitters.
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the installation,
configuration, calibration and maintenance
of the Rosemount 5300 High Performance
Guided Wave Radar (GWR) Series HART
Radar Level Transmitter.
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to
maximize the hands on experience and
teach the student how to install, configure,
calibrate, maintain, and troubleshoot the
Rosemount 3051S ERS System. Students
who complete this course will:
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identify transmitter parts and explain
their functionality
identify 3051S ERS Hi & Lo sensors
explain the principles of operation of
the ERS System
configure and test the ERS system
using AMS Device Manager and the
Field Communicator
perform zero trims and calibrate the
ERS Sensors
properly install & troubleshoot the
3051S ERS System
Knowledge of basic Pressure, and DP Level
fundamentals and instrumentation.
Topics
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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 5400 & 5300 Series HART
Radar Level Transmitters. Students who
complete this course will be able to:
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Prerequisites
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Overview
DP Level Technology
ERS Technology
ERS Overview and Principles of
Operation
ERS / DP Level Installation
ERS Wiring
ERS Configuration with AMS Device
Manager and the Field Communicator
ERS Module Assignments
ERS Scaled Variable
Bench Testing the ERS System
ERS Zero Trims and Calibration
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Note: This product is also included in course
2333.
explain the principles of operation of
the 5300/5400 radar
identify 5300/5400 parts and explain
their functionality
properly install and wire the
5300/5400 Radar
configure and test the 5300/5400
Radar
properly troubleshoot the 5300/5400
Radar transmitter and installation
using Radar Master software
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic level and interface
fundamentals and instrumentation.
Overview
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
5300 High Performance GWR Transmitters.
Students who complete this course will be
able to:
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Topics
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5300/5400 Overview and Principles of
Operation
Installation of the 5300/5400 Radar
Configuration of the 5300/5400 Radar
Bench Testing the 5300/5400 Radar
Field Communicator Operation
AMS Device Manager Operation
Radar Master Software Operation
Calibration, Verification and
Adjustments
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Tank & Application/Probe
Troubleshooting and Echo Handling
Using Radar Master Software
explain the principles of operation of
the 5300 GWR
identify 5300 GWR parts and explain
their functionality
understand the available probe
options and when each should be
used
Properly install and wire the 5300
GWR
configure and test the 5300 GWR
understand how to setup the 5300
GWR to work in different applications
properly troubleshoot the 5300 GWR
Transmitter and Installation using
Radar Master software
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals and
instrumentation.
Topics
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5300 Overview and Principles of
Operation
Installation of the 5300 GWR
Wiring the 5300 GWR
Configuration of the 5300 GWR
Bench Testing the 5300 GWR
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: 5300 GWR Hart Level transmitter is
also included in the 3-day Level course 2333.
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Measure & Analyze
Level Measurement
Measurement Instrumentation
Measurement Instrumentation
Rosemount 5400 Series HART
Radar Level Transmitter
AMS Device Manager with
Rosemount HART Instruments
Fieldbus Measurement
Instruments
Course 2336
Course 7021
Course 2370
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation, configuration, calibration
and maintenance of the Rosemount 5400
HART Radar Level Transmitter.
Learn the installation, calibration,
maintenance, and troubleshooting of
measurement instrumentation using AMS
Device Manager. The hand’s on focus is on
skills required by engineers, technicians,
or others that are new to the plant or
instrument environment.
This course is for individuals responsible
for installing, configuring, calibrating, and
troubleshooting FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus
measurement devices.
Overview
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
5400 Radar Transmitters. Students who
complete this course will be able to:
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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
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals
and instrumentation.
Topics
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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
Field Communicator Operation
AMS Device Manager Operation
Radar Master Software Operation
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Tank and Application Troubleshooting
and Echo Handling using Radar Master
Software
Note: This product is also included in the 3
day Level course 2333.
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Overview
This 3-day course teaches maintenance
and calibration of measurement devices
using AMS Device Manager software to
communicate and track information.
The student will learn how pressure and
temperature transmitters function, are
installed, and calibrated using AMS Device
Manager. The course uses hands-on
training, labs, and lecture to teach the
student how to:
This 3-day class covers the integration
of FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus compliant
measure- ment devices using the Field
Communicator, Emerson USB Fieldbus
Modem, AMS Device Manager and other
hosts. Upon completion of this course
students will be able to: install, configure,
calibrate, and troubleshoot Rosemount
Fieldbus devices which include the 3051
and 3051S Pressure transmitters, 644,
3144P and 848 Temperature transmitters,
5600, 5400 and 5300 Radar Level
Transmitters, and 752 Indicator.
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Prerequisites
Overview
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configure and use AMS Device
Manager
correctly perform transmitter
installation and setup procedures
properly configure HART transmitters
properly calibrate transmitters
perform basic troubleshootingtransmitters
Topics
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Configuring and Using AMS Device
Manager
Viewing and Modifying Devices
Creating a Plant Database Hierarchy
and Adding Devices
AMS Device Manager Browser
Functions
Audit Trail
HART Communication
HART Transmitters (3051C, 3144P)
Test Equipment Selection
Transmitter Installation
Transmitter Configuration
Transmitter Calibration
AMS Calibration Assistant
Intelligent Calibrators
Transmitter Troubleshooting
Experience in instrument calibration,
maintenance, installation and operation
would be helpful.
Topics
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FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus Overview
Fieldbus: Wiring/Segment Design/
Function Blocks
Field Communicator Operation
AMS Device Manager Operation
Theory of Operation, Installation,
Configuration, Maintenance,
Calibration and Troubleshooting on
the following:
• 3051 Pressure Transmitter
• 3051S Pressure Transmitter
• 3144P, and 644 Temperature
Transmitters
• 848 Temperature Transmitter
• 5600/5400/5300 Radar Level
Transmitter
• 752 Fieldbus Indicator
Measure & Analyze
Measurement Instrumentation
Measurement Instrumentation
Meaurement Instrumentation
Instrument Fundamentals
Overview
Measurement Instrument
Fundamentals
Pressure, Transmitter & Multi
-Variable Flow Transmitters
Course 2320
Course 2322
Course 2329
This course is intended for engineers
and other persons responsible for the
selection and installation of instruments
for measurement types of Pressure,
Temperature, Level, and Flow.
This course is intended for engineers
and other persons responsible for the
selection and installation of instruments
for measurement types of Pressure,
Temperature, Level, and Flow.
This course uses lectures and labs to
maximize the hands on experiences
and teach the student how to install,
configure, calibrate, troubleshooting,
and maintenance of the Rosemount
3051 Pressure Transmitter, 3144P
Temperature Transmitter, and the 3051S
MultiVariable™ (MV) Flow Transmitter.
This course is a combination of courses:
2305, 2321, and 2308MV.
Overview
Overview
This 3-day course explains the
measurement technology for Pressure,
Temperature, Flow and Level instruments.
It will also emphasis proper installation of
these instruments.
Prerequisites
Students should have experience
with process instrumentation and
measurements.
Topics
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4-20 mA Electrical Loops
Pressure Sensors
Pressure Instruments
Temperature Sensors
Temperature Instruments
Analog Transmitters
Smart Transmitters
HART Communication Protocol
Field Communicator
DP Flow
Flow Technology Overview
DP Level
Electronic Remote Sensors
Guided Wave Radar Level Instruments
Non-Contacting Radar Level
Instruments
Self-Organizing Wireless Networks
This 2-day course explains the
measurement technology for Pressure,
Temperature, Flow and Level instruments.
It will also emphasis proper installation of
these instruments.
Prerequisites
Students should have experience
with process instrumentation and
measurements.
Topics
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4-20 mA Electrical loops
Pressure Sensors
Pressure Instruments
Temperature Sensors
Temperature Instruments
Analog Transmitters
HART Transmitters
HART Communication Protocol
Field Communicator
DP Flow
Guided Wave Radar Level Instruments
Non-Contacting Radar Level
Instruments
Overview
This 2-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 3051, 3144P, and 3051SMV
Transmitters.
Prerequisites
Students should have experience
with process instrumentation and
measurements.
Topics
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Field Communicator Operation
3051 Pressure Transmitter
Installation, Configuration, Calibration
and Troubleshooting
3144P Temperature Transmitter
Installation, Configuration, Calibration
and Troubleshooting
3051SMV Multivariable DP
Flow Transmitter Installation,
Configuration, Calibration and
Troubleshooting
Note: Students must attend both days.
Reference course, 2305, 2321 and 2308MV
for further details.
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Measure & Analyze
Pressure Measurement
Pressure Measurement
Pressure Measurement
Process Measurement Products I
(Pressure and Temperature)
Rosemount 3051 Fieldbus
Pressure Transmitter
Rosemount 3051 Pressure and
3144 Temperature Transmitters
Course 2326
Course 2307
Course 2398
This course is intended for technicians,
engineers and other plant personnel who
need to know installation, calibration,
maintenance and troubleshooting of
measurement instrumentation.
This course is designed for those
individualsresponsible for the installation,
configuration, calibration and
maintenance of the Rosemount 3051
Fieldbus Pressure Transmitter.
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the installation
and maintenance of the Rosemount
3051 Pressure, and 3144P Temperature
Transmitters.
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 4-day course explains how pressure
and temperature transmitters function and
how they are installed and calibrated. It
emphasizes installation, proper set-up and
calibration of Analog and HART Pressure
and Temperature Transmitters. The
course uses lectures and labs to teach the
students. Those who complete this class
will be able to:
This 1-day course uses lectures and labs to
maximize the hands on experiences and
teach the student how to install, configure,
calibrate and maintain the Rosemount
3051 Fieldbus Pressure Transmitter. The
student will also learn the operation of
the Field Communicator. Students who
complete this course will be able to:
This 1-day course uses lectures and labs
to teach the student how to install and
maintain the Rosemount 3051C Smart
Pressure, and 3144P Smart Temperature
Transmitter. The student will also learn the
operation and interface capabilities of the
Field Communicator. Students will:
Prerequisites
Some experience in instrument calibration,
maintenance, installation and operation
would be helpful.
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Topics
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Basic 4-20 mA Loop Setup
Pressure Sensors
Temperature Sensors (TC, RTD)
Analog Transmitters (1151)
HART Communication
Field Communicator
Pressure Transmitters
Temperature Transmitters
Using AMS Device Manager to
Configure and Calibrate Transmitters
Installation
Configuration
Calibration
Troubleshooting
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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 Field Communicator or AMS
Device Manager
properly install and troubleshoot the
3051 Fieldbus Transmitter
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Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals
and pressure instrumentation.
Topics
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3051 Overview and Principles of
Operation
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus Overview
Fieldbus Wiring/Segment Design/
Function Blocks
Test Equipment Selection
Bench Testing 3051 Fieldbus
Transmitter
Field Communicator Operation
AMS Device Manager Operation
Digital Trims/Calibration
Installation and Start-Up
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Note: Product is also part of course 2370.
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explain the differences between Smart
& Analog transmitters
identify 3051C and 3144P parts and
functionality
explain the principles of operation of
the 3051C and 3144P Transmitters
configure and test the 3051C Pressure
and 3144P Temperature Transmitters
using the Field Communicator
properly install/ troubleshoot
the 3051 Pressure and 3144P
Temperature transmitters
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals
and pressure instrumentation.
Topics
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Smart and Analog Transmitters
3051C & 3144P Overview and
Principles of Operation
Test Equipment Selection
Sensor Selection and Wiring
Bench Testing the 3051C & 3144P
Smart Transmitter
Field Communicator Operation
Digital Trims/Calibration
Installation and Start-up
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Measure & Analyze
Pressure Measurement
Pressure Measurement
Safety Monitoring
Rosemount 3051 Pressure
Transmitter
Rosemount 3051S Pressure
Transmitter
Advanced Course for Flame and
Gas
Course 2305
Course 2308
Course FG2200
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation, configuration, calibration
and maintenance of the Rosemount 3051
Pressure Transmitter.
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation, configuration, calibration,
troubleshooting, and maintenance of the
Rosemount 3051S Pressure Transmitter.
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the installation
and maintenance of the Rosemount
3051 Pressure, and 3144P Temperature
Transmitters.
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course uses lectures and labs to
teach the student how to install, configure,
calibrate and maintain the Rosemount
3051. The student will also learn the
operation of the Field Communicator.
Students will:
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 3051S Pressure Transmitter.
The student will also learn the operation
of the Field Communicator or AMS Device
Manager. Students who complete this
course will be able to:
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explain the differences between HART
and Analog transmitters
identify 3051 parts and functionality
explain the principles of operation of
the 3051
configure, calibrate and test 3051
HART pressure transmitters using the
Field Communicator or AMS Device
Manager
properly install/troubleshoot the 3051
transmitter.
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Prerequisites
Overview
identify 3051S parts and functionality
explain the principles of operation of
the 3051S
configure and test the 3051S HART
Pressure Transmitters using the
Field Communicator or AMS Device
Manager
properly install, configure, calibrate,
and troubleshoot the 3051S HART
transmitter
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals
and pressure instrumentation.
Prerequisites
Topics
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals
and pressure instrumentation.
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3051 Overview and Principles of
Operation
Test Equipment Selection
Bench Testing the 3051 HART
Transmitter
Field Communicator Operation
AMS Device Manager Operation
Digital Trims/Calibration
Installation and Start-up
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Note: This product is also included courses
2326 and 2329.
This is a 3 days advanced course about
Flame and Gas systems with Hands ON.
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals
and pressure instrumentation.
Topics
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Topics
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3051S Overview/Principles of
Operation
3051S Installation and Options
Test Equipment Selection
Configure and Bench Testing the
3051S HART Transmitter
Configure and Test the 3051S
Advanced Features:
• Alarm & Saturation Levels, Alarm
Direction, Write Protection
• Process Alerts, Scaled Variable
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
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Flame Detection:
• Covering all topics in Basics FG
2100
• Hands ON Wiring and
Commissioning the Flame
Detectors – Different types of
outputs Trouble-shooting and
Fault finding procedures. How
to identify and localize False
Alarms.
Gas Detection - Flammable and Toxic
Gas:
• Covering all topics in Basics FG
2100
• Hands ON Wiring and
Commissioning the Gas
Detectors – Different types of
outputs; Setting up the M21
Detector and its Menu options.
Calibrating the gas sensor – using
M2B/M21 Trouble-shooting and
Fault finding procedures. How to
identify and localize False Alarms.
Smoke/Oil Mist Detector (EExd model):
• Covering all topics in Basics FG
2100
• Hands ON Wiring and
Commissioning the APM
Detector – Different types of
outputs; Setting up the detector
and its Menu options. Troubleshooting and Fault finding
procedures. How to identify and
localize False Alarms.
Ultrasonic Gas Leak Detector
• Covering all topics in Basics FG
2100
• Hands ON Wiring and
Commissioning the UGLD
Detector – Different types of
outputs; Setting up the detector.
Trouble-shooting and Fault
finding procedures. How to
identify and localize False Alarms.
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Measure & Analyze
Safety Monitoring
Tank Gauging
Tank Gauging
Basic Course for Flame and Gas
Tank Gauging Technical Product
Training
Tank Master Training
Course FG2100
Course RTG101
Course RTG102
Overview
This is a 2 days basic course about Flame
and Gas systems.
This course is customized for service,
project, and sales engineers. The course
includes both practical and theoretical
training.
This course is customized for service,
project, and sales engineers. The course
includes both practical and theoretical
training.
Topics
Overview
Overview
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This 5-day Tank Gauging Technical Product
Training focuses on the 5900S system,
our Wireless Tank Gauging System, a little
about Rex and Pro, as well as other field
equipment relevant for the Rosemount
Tank Gauging system. The training
covers installation, configuration and
troubleshooting of our products, as well
as general TankMaster functions. Students
who complete this course will:
This 4-day TankMaster Training covers
more detailed information about
TankMaster functions. This course is
suitable for anyone who works with
TankMaster as well as for customers
who use WinOpi as the operators’
interface. Among other useful functions
in TankMaster, the training covers batchhandling, Custom Views, and Redundancy.
Students who complete this course will:
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Flame Detection:
• Introduction to Flame detection
principals
• Types of flame detectors and its
application:
• Ultra Violet (UV), Infra Red (IR)
and UV/IR
• Installing – Where to locate and
aim the detector.
• Causes of False alarms from
Flame Detection and ideas to
minimize the alarms
• Preventive Maintenance
Gas Detection - Flammable and Toxic
Gas:
• Introduction to Gas detection
principals
• Gas Detector Transmitters Millennium Transmitters – M2B
and 21
• Types of Gas detectors
available in the market and its
Operating principals: Cat Bead,
Electrochemical and Metal Oxide
Semiconductor
• Installing – Where to site and
locate the gas detectors
• Preventive Maintenance
Smoke/Oil Mist Detector (EExd
model):
• Introduction to the Airborne
Particle Monitor (APM)
• Applications using APM
• Installing the APM – Where to
site and locate the detector
• Causes of false alarms and how
to minimize it
• Preventive Maintenance
Ultrasonic Gas Leak Detector:
• Introduction to Ultrasonic Gas
Leak Detector (UGLD)
• Applications using UGLD
• Site Mapping of Background
Noise
• Installing the UGLD – Where to
site and locate the detector
• Causes of false alarms and how
to minimize it
• Preventive Maintenance
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setup procedures
properly configure Tank Gauging
System
plan a Wireless installation
perform basic troubleshooting
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Configuration
properly configure Host
Communication
properly use Redundancy
perform basic troubleshooting
Prerequisites
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and pressure instrumentation.
Prerequisites
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Perform basic troubleshooting
2410 TankHub
5900 Gauges
Rosemount 2240S
Rosemount 2230 Display
5300/5400 Gauges
Field Communication
Electrical and Mechanical Installation
System Configuration
LPG/LNG
Wireless
AMS Wireless Snap-On
Gateway
Emulation
SIL
Troubleshooting
It is required that you have previously
attended the Technical Product Training or
have good knowledge of the Rosemount
Tank Gauging System.
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WinOpi Tools
Host Communication and OPC
TankMaster Batch
Custom Views and Translation
TankMaster to Enraf
Network Basics
Redundancy
TankMaster.net
Administrator Program, Backup &
Restore
Troubleshooting
Measure & Analyze
Temperature Measurement
Temperature Measurement
Temperature Measurement
Rosemount 3144P Fieldbus
Temperature Transmitters
Rosemount 3144P Temperature
Transmitters
Rosemount 848 Fieldbus
Temperature Transmitters
Course 2324
Course 2321
Course 2328
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the installation
and maintenance of the Rosemount Model
3144P Fieldbus Temperature Transmitters.
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the
installation, configuration, calibration and
maintenance of the Rosemount 3144P
HART Temperature Transmitters.
This course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the installation
and maintenance of the Rosemount Model
848 Fieldbus Temperature Transmitters
Overview
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to
maximize the hands on experiences and
teach the student how to install, configure,
calibrate, troubleshoot, and maintain
the Rosemount Model 3144P Fieldbus
Temperature Transmitters. The student
will also learn the operation of the Field
Communicator. Students who complete
this course will be able to:
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functionality
explain principles of operation of the
3144P
design and build a Fieldbus segment
configure, calibrate, and test 3144P
Fieldbus Temperature transmitters
using the Field Communicator
properly install and troubleshoot the
3144P Fieldbus Transmitters
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic temperature
fundamentals and temperature
instrumentation.
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Overview
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to
teach the student how to install, configure,
calibrate and maintain the Rosemount
3144P HART Temperature Transmitters.
The student will also learn the operation
of the Field Communicator. Students who
complete this course will:
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identify 3144P parts and explain their
functionality
explain the principles of operation of
the 3144P
configure, calibrate and test 3144P
HART Temperature Transmitters
using the Field Communicator or AMS
Device Manager
properly install and troubleshoot the
3144P Temperature Transmitters
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic temperature
fundamentals and temperature
instrumentation.
Topics
3144P Overview and Principles of
Operation
FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus Overview
Fieldbus Wiring
Fieldbus Segment Design
Fieldbus Function Blocks
Test Equipment Selection
Sensor Selection and Wiring
Bench Testing 3144P Fieldbus
Transmitters
Field Communicator Operation
Digital Trims/Calibration
Installation and Start-Up
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Note: This product is also part of 2370
course.
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Operation
Test Equipment Selection
Sensor Selection and Wiring
Bench Testing the 3144P
HART Transmitters
Smart Transmitters
Field Communicator Operation
AMS Device Manager Operation
Digital Trims/Calibration
3144P Dual Sensor Setup
Configuration
Installation and Start-Up
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Note: This product is also included in courses
2326 and 2329.
Overview
This 1-day course uses lectures and labs to
maximize the hands on experiences and
teach the student how to install, configure,
troubleshoot, and maintain the Rosemount
Model 848T Fieldbus Temperature
Transmitters. The student will also learn
the operation of the Field Communicator.
Students who complete this course will be
able to:
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explain the principles of operation of
the 848T
configure, calibrate, and test the 848T
Fieldbus temperature transmitter
using the Field Communicator
design and build a Fieldbus segment
properly install and troubleshoot the
848T Fieldbus Transmitter
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic temperature
fundamentals and temperature
instrumentation.
Topics
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848T Overview and Principles of
Operation
FOUNDATIONTM 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
Field Communicator Operation
Digital Trims/Calibration
Installation and Start-Up
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Note: This product is also included in the
3-day 2370 Fieldbus Course.
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Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Measure & Analyze
Wireless
Wireless
Wireless Self Organizing Network
Wireless Self Organizing Network
Course 2375
Course 2376
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 course is intended for technicians,
engineers and other plant personnel
who need to know how to install, setup,
configure, maintain and troubleshoot
Wireless Self Organizing Networks and all
their components.
Overview
Overview
This 2-day course explains how Self
Organizing Wireless Networks function
and how they are installed, setup,
configured and integrated. It emphasizes
planning, proper installation and startup,
configuration, maintenance, and
integration. The course uses lectures and
labs to maximize the hands on experience
and teach the students.
This 1-day course explains how Self
Organizing Wireless Networks function
and how they are installed, setup, and
configured. It emphasizes planning, proper
installation and startup, configuration,
maintenance. The course uses lectures and
labs to maximize the hands on experience
and teach the students.
Students who complete this course will:
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correctly install and setup the 1420
& 1410 Wireless Gateway
properly install and configure Wireless
Transmitters
properly integrate Host interfaces to
the Wireless Gateway
Prerequisites
Some experience in Wireless Networks and
Host integration would be helpful.
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How Self Organizing Networks
Function
Self Organizing Networks Best
Practices
Network Components
1420 & 1410 Installation and Setup
Network Parameters
Wireless Transmitters Installation,
Configuration, Maintenance and
Calibration
THUM Installation, Wiring and
Configuration
Integrating and Operating AMS Device
Manager with the 1420 Wireless
Gateway
Operation of AMS Wireless SNAP-ON
Modbus Serial Integration
Modbus TCP Integration
OPC Integration
Students who complete this course will:
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correctly install and setup the 1420
& 1410 Wireless Gateway
properly install and configure Wireless
Transmitters
Prerequisites
Some experience in Wireless Networks
and Host integration would be helpful.
Completion of the Wireless classes on
Plantweb University would be beneficial.
Topics
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How Self Organizing Networks
Function
Self Organizing Networks Best
Practices
Network Components
1420 & 1410 Installation and Setup
Network Parameters
Wireless Transmitters Installation,
Configuration, Maintenance and
Calibration
THUM Installation, Wiring and
Configuration
Integrating and Operating AMS Device
Manager with the 1420 Wireless
Gateway
Operate & Manage
Asset Reliability
Asset Reliability
Advanced AMSTM Suite:
Machinery Health Manager
AMS Device Manager
Course 2070/V
Course 7020
Overview
Overview
This 4-day course is the third in our series
of AMS Machinery Manager courses. Its
focus is on the management, modification
and optimization of the existing AMS
Machinery Manager database. Students
will learn how to modify existing Wizard
configurations, add and edit users,
statistically adjust alert and fault levels,
make global database changes, and many
other very useful database functions. This
course is intended for the advanced user
who has already created a machinery
database and has been acquiring, storing
and analyzing data for six months or more.
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.
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Intermediate Vibration (course 2032) or
one year vibration analysis experience
are recommended. Experience with
the Windows operating system is
recommended.
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Advanced Analysis Features in
Vibration Analysis Module
Problem Reporting
Status-at-a-Glance Operation and
Reporting
Nspectr®
Wizard - Reporting Techniques and
Modification/Addition of Setup
Information
Austostat
Database Utility
Database Zip Utility
Network Administration
Data Locker Management
This course is based on the current mass
release of the AMS Machinery Manager
software. Students can call to verify if the
course is appropriate to the version they
are using. Infrared Analysis, Motorview,
CSI Online Machinery Health Monitor
and Oilview modules are covered in other
course offerings and are not part of this
course.
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a hands-on, self-paced environment, which
allows the student to work at their individual
pace. Training can also be delivered at your
plant with the help of our certified instructors.
AMS Device Manager modules may be
purchased for self-study for $200 each or
$510 for all three paper/bound modules.
7020-1 Configuring and Using AMS
Device Manager
• Viewing and Modifying Devices
• Creating a Plant Database
Hierarchy and Adding Devices
• Field Communicator - AMS Device
Manager
• 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 SNAPON Application - Basics
• Rosemount Engineering
Assistant™ 3051SMV SNAP-ON
• AMS Wireless SNAP-ON Application
• QuickCheck™ SNAP-ON
Application
• Using AMS Device Manager OPC
Server and the Matrikon OPC
Explorer
• AMS Device Manager Web Services
• AlertTrack SNAP-ON Application
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Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Operate & Manage
Asset Reliability
Asset Reliability
AMS Device Manager with DeltaV
AMS Suite Intelligent Device
Manager Primer (eLearning)
Course 7039
Course e7020
Overview
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This 4-1/2 day course is for
instrumentation technicians responsible
for all areas of managing and ensuring
the reliability of instrumentation in the
plant process including startup and
commissioning, normal operations,
maintenance, and troubleshooting. The
target audience usually does the following:
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responds to work orders created
to calibrate, troubleshoot, repair,
service, and replace instruments and
valves
monitors alerts to preemptively
address problems prior to operators
seeing a problem in the control room
provides loop testing and assistance
with instrumentation on plant
turnarounds, start ups, and for project
work
improves process availability and
reduces operations and maintenance
costs
The hands-on workshops with AMS
Device Manager 13.5 along with DeltaV
v13.3.1 will address areas relating to the
instrument technician’s daily tasks.
Prerequisites
Microsoft windows experience.
Prospective attendees should first
complete the eLearning e7020 AMS Device
Manager Suite Primer. The purchase of
this course includes access to the e7020
course at no extra charge. Upon confirmed
enrollment, the student will receive access
to the e7020 online course (via email) to
take as a prerequisite prior to attending
the instructor led course.
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DeltaV and PlantWeb Overview
AMS Device Manager Overview
Foundation fieldbus Overview
ValveLink SNAP-ON Introduction
ValveLink DVC Setup
HART Overview
PROCONEX QuickCheck SNAP-ON
PROFIBUS Overview
Wireless SNAP-ON Introduction
PlantWeb AlertsAMS Device Manager
User Interface
AMS Device Manager Help
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AMS Device Manager Plant Location
Hierarchy
AMS Device Manager Browser
Monitoring System Alerts with AMS
Device Manager
PROCONEX AlertTrack SNAP-ON
Device Replacement for HART,
Fieldbus, and PROFIBUS Devices
AMS Device Manager Audit Trail
ValveLink SNAP-ON Tests and
Diagnostics
AMS Device Manager Calibration
Assistant
Audience This course is for maintenance
personnel and managers responsible for
understanding the benefits of using the
AMS Suite Intelligent Device Manager. This
is a 2-hour (average) on-line course with
AMS Device Manager screens including
interactive practice sessions, workshops,
demonstrations, audio presentations and
quizzes.
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Identify Areas that AMS Device
Manager could be applied:
• Speed-Up Start-Ups and
Commissioning
• Improve Quality and Uptime
• Reduce Costs – Both Fixed and
Operating
• Simplify Safety System Use and
Compliance Including Start-Ups
Identify and Navigate the AMS Device
Manager’s Screens
Note: Course access is 12 months
Operate & Manage
Asset Reliability
Asset Reliability
Asset Reliability
AutosStat for AMSTM Suite:
Machinery Health Manager
Intermediate AMSTM Suite:
Machinery Health Manager
Introduction to AMSTM Suite:
Machinery Health Manager
Course 2070A or
Course 2070CV
Course 2074 /V
Course 2068/V
Overview
Overview
This 4-day course teaches some of the
more advanced machinery analysis
techniques available in AMS Suite
Machinery Health Manager Software.
This course focuses more on analysis
and reporting with the use of Vibration
Analysis module, Reporting module,
Exception Analysis, PeakVue and full
version of RBMview.
This 4-day course was designed for the
new users of AMS Machinery Manager.
Students learn methods of database
creation and vital features of route
creation such as collecting reference data,
analyzer/computer communication, and
the basic concepts of Analysis Parameter
Sets, Alarm Limit Sets, and Fault Frequency
Sets. A machinery analyzer is used to demo
the process of loading routes for data
collection. This course will also include a
basic overview of the vibration plotting
application and reporting functions.
AustoStat is included in the standard
curriculum of the 4-day Advanced AMS
Machinery Manager, course 2070. This
2-day session only covers AutoStat in the
AMS Machinery Manager software.
Alarms are an important part of any
analysis program. Properly setting alarms
allows the user to quickly identify an
abnormal machine condition and reduces
time spent analyzing machines that
are running in acceptable or “normal”
condition.
AMS Machinery Health Manager provides
the user the ability to create up to 12
parameter bands with alarms in addition to
the Overall value. Calculating ideal alarm
values for these parameters can be very
complicated. Autostat uses statistical
analysis to provide limit values for the
individual parameter bands by analyzing
the data associated with similar pieces of
equipment.
Overview
This 2-day session is designed for
students have a basic understanding of
AMS Machinery Health Manager and will
guide these user’s through the process of
using Autostat for the generation of both
Analysis Parameter sets and Statistical
narrowband Envelope generation.
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Introduction to AMS Machinery Health
Manager, course 2068, Basic Vibration
Analysis course or 6 months vibration
analysis experience are recommended.
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PeakVue™
Vibration Analysis module
Reporting Module
Exception Analysis
Nspectr
BMview
Note: This course is based on the current
mass release of the AMS Machinery Manager
software. Students can call to verify if the
course is appropriate to the version they
are using. Infrared Analysis, Motorview, CSI
Online Machinery Health Monitor and Oilview
modules are covered in other course offerings
and are not part of this course.
Analysis Parameter Alarms vs/
Narrowband Alarms – What’s the
Difference?
Database Setup Requirements and
Reports
Creating and Editing Analysis Groups
Modifying and Creating New
Parameter Alarms
Creating and Editing Statistical
Envelopes
Using these Alarms within the
Vibration Analysis Plotting Application
On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
Prerequisites
Computer experience with the Windows
operating system and some vibration
analysis experience are recommended.
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Navigation
Database Creation
Data Collection
Basic Analysis and Reporting
Link to RBMview
Note: This course is based on the current
mass release of the AMS Machinery Manager
software. Students can call to verify if the
course is appropriate to the version they are
using. Advanced Vibration Analysis module,
Infrared Analysis, Motorview, CSI Online
Machinery Health Monitor and Oilview
modules are covered in other course offerings
and are not part of this course.
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Operate & Manage
Asset Reliability
Asset Reliability
Operations Management Software
ISO 18436-2 Compliant Vibration
Certification Exams
Vibration Analysis Module AMS
Machinery Manager (V5.2 or
Higher) (eLearning)
Advanced Ovation Graphics
Course 2021EX
Course e2074V
OV310-WIN
Overview
Overview
Category I exam, available at the end of
course 2031. Test Format: Written exam
Duration: 2 hours Passing Grade: 75%
This eLearning course provides thorough
introduction on the Vibration Analysis
module in the V5.2 or higher AMS
Machinery Manager software. The
interface of the Vibration Analysis module
is much more user intuitive. With the V5.2/
V5.3 version of the Vibration Analysis
module, powerful tools for the analysis and
comparison of multiple types of data are
right at your fingertips.
Uses application programs and advanced
programming techniques, including the
use of memory segments combined
with pointer manipulation, to enhance
advanced graphic programming skills.
Builds several graphics utilizing pointers
and memory segments. Teaches students
to assess problematic graphics and solve
them with available tools.
Eligibility for Examination:
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Cumulated Training (hours): 32
Recommended Minimum Duration of
Cumulated Experience (months): 6
Asset Reliability
Prerequisites
Course 2022EX
Familiar with the AMS Machinery Manager
Software
Overview
Category II exam, available at the end of
course 2032. Test Format: Written exam
Duration: 3 hours Passing Grade: 75%
Eligibility for Examination:
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Cumulated Training (hours): 70
Recommended Minimum Duration of
Cumulated Experience (months): 18
Passing Category I exam is NOT a
prerequisite for taking Category II
exam.
Asset Reliability
Course 2023EX
Overview
Category III exam, available at the end of
course 2033. Test Format: Written exam
Duration: 4 hours Passing Grade: 75%
Eligibility for Examination:
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Recommended Minimum Duration of
Cumulated Training (hours): 110
Recommended Minimum Duration of
Cumulated Experience (months): 36
Has taken and passed the Category II
exam.
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Analysis Module (V5.2/V5.3)
Learn to Display Spectra, Waveform,
and Trends
Use the Toolbar for Data Manipulation
Required Prerequisite: OV210 *OV310UNX Offered Upon Request
Operate & Manage
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Advanced Vibration Analysis/
Category III Compliant
Basic Vibration Analysis/Category
I Compliant
Building & Maintaining Ovation
Control
Course 2033
Course 2031
OV200-WIN
Overview
Overview
Overview
This course complies with Category III
Vibration Analyst per ISO standard 184362: Vibration condition monitoring and
diagnostics. This course expands on the
subjects covered in the Intermediate
Vibration course (Category II), especially
in the areas of fault analysis and corrective
actions. The class details advanced analysis
techniques. The dual channel machinery
health analyzer features are introduced
including the use of AMS™ Suite:
Machinery Health Manager Software to set
up the advanced analyzer features and the
powerful downloadable programs for data
collection. The transient machinery health
analyzer capabilities are covered such as
long-term time waveform. The class covers
advanced resonance detection using a
variety of testing methods, including
triggered data collection.
This course complies with Category I
Vibration Analyst per ISO standard 184362: Vibration condition monitoring and
diagnostics.
This internet-based course is ideal for
those who have never used Emerson’s
onsite oil analysis technologies as well
as experienced users who wish to learn
more about advanced OilView® features
in AMS Suite: Machinery Health Manager.
The course demonstrates how to set up
and configure the OilView® software
module, discusses calibration and use of
OilView® instruments (including the CSI
5200 Machinery Health Oil Analyzer) for
analyzing oil samples onsite, and explains
data interpretation and basic reporting.
Also covered is database creation and
modification, Analysis Parameter and
Alarm Limit Sets.
Prerequisites
Fundamentals of vibration or up to
six months of vibration experience is
recommended.
Intermediate Vibration Analysis course and
a cumulative three years of field experience
are recommended.
Topics
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Specify Appropriate Vibration
Instrumentation Hardware and
Software for both Portable and
Permanently Installed Systems
Perform Spectrum and Time
Waveform Analysis Under both
Steady-State and Unsteady Operating
Conditions
Establish Specifications for Vibration
Levels and Acceptance Criteria for New
Machinery
Measure and Analyze Basic
Operational Deflection Shapes (ODS)
Measure and Analyze PeakVue®
Measurements
Slow Speed Technology (SST®)
Zoom Analysis / Transient Techniques
Dual Channel Machinery Analyzer
Features
Triggered Data Capture/Resonance
Detection
This course is intended to enable students
to operate single channel machinery
analyzers, dump and load routes,
recognize the difference between good
and bad data, and compare vibration
measurements against pre-established
alert settings. Although this training
course is not product specific, students
will use Emerson’s CSI technologies for
demonstration purposes. The class shows
the student how to use the vibration
analyzer in conjunction with Emerson
Machinery Health supported software to
analyze basic vibration defects.
Prerequisites
Topics
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Principles of Vibration
Data acquisition & Signal Processing
Condition monitoring & Corrective
Action
Equipment Knowledge
Acceptance Testing
Basic Analyzer Functions
The Class Shows Students How to
Recognize Machine Defects such as:
• Unbalance
• Shaft Misalignment
• Looseness
• Rolling Element Bearing Defects
• Gear Problems
• Resonance Introduction to
Electrical Defects
• Introduction to Electrical Defects
Topics
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Reference Oil Database Management
Database Construction and
Modification
Analysis Parameter Sets
Alarm Limit Sets
Best Practices -Onsite Analysis Using
OilView®
Importing Laboratory Data
Basic Wear Debris Analysis
Data Analysis and Reporting
Participants will receive a complimentary
copy of the Pocket Vibration Analysis
Trouble-Shooter Guide.
Note: Students will receive a complimentary
copy of the Simplified Handbook of Vibration
Analysis, Volume I, by Art Crawford.
On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Operate & Manage
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Building Ovation Graphics
Config S600+ Pro FloBoss S600+
Advanced - Config600
ControlWave® Designer
Fundamentals
OV210-WIN
Course RA901
Course RA441
Covers building Ovation system graphic
diagrams and using the Ovation Graphics
Builder. Course topics include layout and
The FloBoss S600+ Advanced Course is
aimed at application engineers and system
integrators who design and develop
FloBoss S600+ applications for integration
with metering systems and skids.
Personnel responsible for programming
and debugging in ControlWave Designer
programming software.
implementation of static and dynamic
objects, linking to control, and creating
perspective-type diagrams.
Required Prerequisite: OV100, OV200
Overview
The 2-1/2 day advanced course provides
an insight into the generation of
application configurations for the FloBoss
S600+.
Prerequisites
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metering techniques and standards
Participants should bring their own
personal computer to the course and
should and should have administrative
privileges
Participants must be PC literate
Participants must have attended the
RA900 fundamentals course
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This 4-1/2 day hands-on course for
programming the ControlWave product
family using the ControlWave Designer
IEC61131-3 software and theDesigner
function block library. This coursewill
provide the participant the necessary
knowledge and skills required to
define and control inputs and outputs
of related real world applications.
Participants will generate and debug
simple control strategy programs using
Function Block, Ladder Logic, Structured
Text, andSequential Function Chart
programming. They will also learn the
basics of ControlWave communications,
historical data storage, alarming, hardware
configurations and much more.
Prerequisites
Topics
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Loading Config600 Pro Software
License
Firmware Versions
Using System Editor Object
Types
Logical cEditor
Registering Tickets - Do’s and
Don’ts
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Participants must have a strong
working knowledge of personal
computers and Windows XP or later
versions
Participants should have a strong
working knowledge of their
application/process
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Ladder Logic
Structured Text
Function Block Diagram
Creating User Function Blocks
Operate & Manage
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Fieldbus and Profibus Applications Fieldbus and Profibus
ApplicationsFloBoss S600+
Combined - Config600
FloBoss S600+ Operator
Course OV241-WIN
Course RA902
Course RA900
This course will provide students with
a thorough knowledge of Fieldbus
applications& Profibus applications as
applied to an Ovation System. Ovation
Fieldbus &P rofibus module, segment
design, device commissioning, Ff
algorithms, and basic troubling shooting
are covered. Students will be provided
with hands on experience implementing
Fieldbus architecture. This course is
intended for technicians who install and
maintain Ovation Fieldbus & Profibus
devices.
The FloBoss S600+ Combined Course is
a combination of both the fundamentals
course and advanced course in one.
The FloBoss S600+ Fundamentals course
provides an overview into the hardware
and operational aspects of the FloBoss
S600+ flow computer.
Prerequisites
Overview
The 4-1/2 day course will provide
participants hardware knowledge of the
S600+. How to navigate the keypad display
and be able to create and edit S600+
cofigurations using Config600 software.
Prerequisites
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•
Students must have a good understanding
of the Ovation system architecture.
Experience working in a Windows
environment is helpful but not necessary.
Prior completion of OV100-WIN, OV210WIN and either OV200-WIN is highly
recommended but not required.
Duration
•
Participants should be familiar with
metering techniques and standards
Participants should bring their own
personal computer to the course and
should and should have administrative
privileges
Participants must be PC literate
•
5 Days
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•
Objective
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•
•
•
•
•
Upon successful completion of this
course, using the reference material
provided, the student will be able to:
Explain what fieldbus is as well as its
purpose.
Differentiate between Foundation
Fielbus and Profibus Fieldbus from
device purpose and hardware design.
Download firmware to the FF module
and Profibus Module.
Configure FF&Profibus driver and
protocol on Ovation controller.
Utilize configure tools insert modules
define ports, and insert devices.
Utilize tools commission devices on
FF.
Build FF control sheet to get process
device value.
Read FF & Profibus status from live
bus diagnostics tools.
On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
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•
•
•
The 2-day FloBoss S600+ Fundamentals
course will have participants become
familiar with the FloBoss S600+ hardware,
the start up menu, fundamental features
of the S600+ applications. Be able to
operate FloBoss S600+ front panel and
web-server. Be able to download and
upload configurations. Be able to edit
S600+ configuration files using PC Setup,
Report Editor, Modbus Editor and Display
Editor.
Prerequisites
•
Topics
•
Overview
Standard Application Overview
S600+
Hardware Overview Navigating
Displays
Editing Display Items
Editing Configurations with
Config600 Using
Config600 Transfer
Loading Config600 Pro Software
License
Firmware Versions
Using System Editor Object
Types
Logical cEditor
Registering Tickets - Do’s and
Don’ts
eLearning
•
•
Participants should be familiar with
metering techniques and standards
Participants should bring their own
laptop computers to the course and
should preferably have administrator
privileges
Participants must be PC literate
Topics
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•
•
•
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IntroductiontoS600+
Standard Application Overview
S600+ HardwareOverview
Navigating Displays
Editing Display Items
Editing Configurations with
Config600
Using Config600 Transfer
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Operate & Manage
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Fundamentals of CSI 2130
Machinery Health Analyzer
Fundamentals of CSI 2140
Machinery Health Analyzer
(eLearning)
Fundamentals of CSI 2130
Machinery Health Analyzer
(eLearning)
Course 2072
Course e2140
Course e2130
Overview
Emerson’s Machinery Health training
now includes the Fundamentals of the
CSI 2140 eLearning course, designed to
provide you with the tools you need to
perform data collection using the CSI 2140
Machinery Health Analyzer. The course
leads you through a basic introduction of
the analyzer including panel descriptions
and reviews of the purpose and function of
all connectors, ports, slots, keys, indicators
and buttons. The user learns how to load
a pre-defined route into the analyzer, take
general data as well as specialized data,
and then dump that data back into the
computer for further diagnostic analysis.
Emerson’s Machinery Health training
now includes a Fundamentals of the 2130
eLearning course, designed to provide you
with the tools you need to perform data
collection using the CSI 2130 Machinery
Health Analyzer.
This 2-day hands-on course focuses
on the basic operation of the CSI 2130
Machinery Health Analyzer. Students will
collect data on lab machines. This course
is designed for students with little or no
experience with CSI analyzers, but who are
experienced in the field of vibration data
collection and analysis.
Prerequisites
Understanding of vibration analysis.
Topics
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Analyzer/Computer Communication
Predefined Route Data Collection
Off-Route Data Collection and Setup
Monitor Mode Measurements
Peak and Phase Measurements
Note: You may take with Fundamentals of
Vibration as a four day course.
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Topics
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Analyzer/Computer Communication
Predefined Route Data Collection
Job Data Collection and Setup
Manual Mode Measurements
Introduction to CSI 2140 Analysis
Expert Functions
Overview
This course provides guided
demonstrations through the processes
of installing necessary drivers, uploading
updated firmware, and loading updated or
newly-purchased programs necessary for
data collection. Learn how to load a predefined route into the CSI 2130, gather
general data as well as specialized data,
and then interface the data back with a
computer for further diagnostic analysis.
Topics
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•
Analyzer/Computer Communication
Predefined Route Data Collection
Off-Route Data Collection and Setup
Monitor Mode Measurements
Peak and Phase Measurements
Operate & Manage
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Fundamentals of CSI 2140
Intermediate Vibration Analysis/
Category II Compliant
Level I Lubrication with
Certification
Course 2076
Course 2032
Course 2082A
Overview
This course complies with Category
II Vibration Analyst per ISO standard
18436-2: Vibration condition monitoring
and diagnostics. Category II vibration
analysts are expected to be able to select
appropriate vibration measurement
techniques, set up instruments for basic
resolution of amplitude, frequency, and
time, perform basic spectrum analysis,
maintain a database of results and trends,
perform single-channel impact tests,
classify, interpret, and evaluate test
results in accordance with applicable
specifications and standards, recommend
minor corrective actions, and understand
basic single plane field balancing concepts.
Overview
This 2-day hands-on course focuses on the
basic operation of the CSI 2140 Machinery
Health Analyzer. Students collect data on
lab machines. This course is designed for
personnel with little or no experience with
CSI analyzers, but who are experienced in
the field of vibration data collection and
analysis.
Prerequisites
Understanding of vibration analysis.
Familiar with basic vibration collection
principles
Topics
•
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Analyzer/Computer Communication
Predefined Route Data Collection
Job Data Collection and Setup
Manual Mode Measurements
Introduction to CSI 2140 Analysis
Expert Functions
Note: You may take with Fundamentals of
Vibration as a 4-day course.
This course also features the use of the CSI
2130 Machinery Analyzer in conjunction
with advanced machinery analysis
techniques. Discussions of case histories
on machinery faults are one of the focal
points of this course.
Prerequisites
Basic Vibration Analysis course and a
cumulative 18 months of field experience
are recommended..
This 1.5-day course is designed for
individuals who have limited or no oil
analysis experience. Guidelines and
instruction for starting an oil analysis
program will be provided. The course
focuses on the basic properties of
lubricants and lubricant specifications
including additive packages. An overview
of laboratory testing methods and
interpretation of test data is taught.
In addition, instruction is provided on
proper storage and handling of new,
unused lubricants, as well as sample
point identification and best practices for
collecting samples from machinery. Basic
contamination control and wear debris
analysis and identification is covered.
Prerequisites
None
Topics
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Topics
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Equipment Testing and Diagnostics
Reference Standards
Reporting and Documentation
Fault Severity Determination
Analyzer Averaging Techniques
Sensor Selection Guidelines
Introduction to Demodulation and
PeakVue®
Advanced Waveform Analysis
Sideband Analysis
Rolling Element Bearing Failure Modes
Advanced Electrical Analysis
Techniques
Pump/fan Vibration
Phase Analysis using Single and Dual
Channel
Perform Basic Single-Plane Field
Balancing
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•
Starting a Productive Lubricant
Analysis Program
Analyzing Oil Data
Identifying Common Types of Wear
Debris, their Origins, and Corrective
Actions
The Importance of Contamination
Control
Designing Sampling, Storage and
Handling Procedures
Optional Level I Lubrication Certification is
available at no charge.
Note: May be taken with Level II Lubrication
as a 3-day course.
Note: Students will receive a complimentary
copy of the Simplified Handbook of Vibration
Analysis, Volume I, by Art Crawford.
On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Operate & Manage
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Link Controller(LC) & Ethernet
Link Controller(ELC) Course
Ovation Hardware Project
ROC800 Series Configuration and
Operations
Course OV296-WIN
Course OV216-WIN
Course RA1240/V
This course is designed for students
experience LC&ELC communication in
ovation environment Contains hardware,
wire, configuration, Modbus protocol,
Third Party I/O points, and control sheet.
The course is designed for personnel
whose primary interest and/or job
assignment is maintaining the Ovation
Hardware. Selected topics from several
courses are incorporated and expanded
upon to cover hardware features of the
Ovation controller, it’s power supplies and
the most commonly applied I/O modules
(including HART). Hands-on exercises will
require building control sheets and linking
inputs and outputs to selected modules.
This Remote Automation Solutions
course is for engineers, technicians,
and others involved with the operation
and maintenance of the ROC800 Series
products.
Prerequisites
Students must have a good understanding
of the Ovation system architecture.
Experience working in a Windows
environment is helpful but not necessary.
Prior completion of OV100-WIN, OV210WIN and either OV200-WIN is highly
recommended but not required.
Duration
5 Days
Objective
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•
•
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•
•
•
Upon successful completion of this
course, using the reference material
provided, the student will be able to:
Explain what LC is as well as its
purpose
Explain what ELC is as well as its
purpose
Get knowledge about hardware, wire,
and configuration for LC&ELC.
Differentiate between TCP and serial
protocols
Configure both simplex and
redundant ELCs in Developer Studio
Utilize the LC loader tool to put config
files to LC module.
Build control sheet for LC
communication.
Utilize the ELC Configuration Tool to
build servers, ports, lines, RTUs, and
scan blocks
Read Modbus communication
message and understand slave
address, Modbus address, and
registers address.
Required Prerequisites: OV100, OV200 or
OV215
Operations Management Software
Ovation Operator
Course OV010-WIN
Provides the user with the ability to use
the Ovation system to perform trends,
understand alarming, point (tag) details
and searches as well process graphics.
Concise overview of the controller,
network and workstations are presented.
Note: Offered Upon Request
Operations Management Software
Ovation Troubleshooting
Course OV300-WIN
Provides the skills and methods to
troubleshoot and repair faults in the data
acquisition and control functions of the
Ovation system. Requires students to
isolate faults anywhere in the signal path,
from the field terminations to the I/O
modules, through the controller, across
the network and into the graphic display.
Students will evaluate single- and multipleproblem scenarios.
Required Prerequisites: OV100, OV200,
OV210 or OV215, OV216
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Overview
This 4-1/2 day course will provide an
overall working knowledge of the ROC800
series RTU. Participants are presented
with a comprehensive view of the ROC800
series hardware and ROCLINK800 software
to obtain the necessary knowledge needed
to effectively install, configure, and
operate the ROC800 series products. Each
participant will be provided (ROCLINK800
preinstalled), a Remote Automation
Solutions RTU, a communication cable,
and a workbook for the duration of the
course. However, partici- laptop to class.
Prerequisites
Participants should have a working
knowledge of their application/process
and should be thoroughly familiar with
Microsoft Windows operating systems (XP
or later versions).
Topics
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Flow Measurement Review
ROC800 Series Hardware Overview
Introduction to ROCLINK800 Software
ROC800 Series Configuration
• Check and Set ROC Information
• Check and Set ROC System Flags
• Communication Basics
• Elements of a Basic
Configuration
• Configuring I/O Points
• Calibrating AI and AO Points
• Overview of MVS Products
• Setup of Multi-dropping of MVS
• Configuring AGA Flow
Calculations
• Configuring ROC History
• Modbus Tables
• PID Configuration
• Building ROC Displays
• FST Workshop
Operate & Manage
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Simulator Instructor Station
Simulator Training for
Experienced Operators
Simulator Training for New
Operators
Course Sim-001
Course Sim-031
Course Sim-021
Overview
Overview
Overview
Teaches instructors how to use the
principal features of the simulator
instructor station. Hands-on exercises
include snapping and resetting the
simulator conditions; backtracking;
plotting parameter trends; applying
equipment malfunctions and other
types of actions; using event triggers
and automated plant procedures;
and reviewing trainee performance.
Course is limited to four instructors.
Conducted at the customer’s site using
the customer’s simulator. Course applies
only to simulators having JADE™ JStation™
instructor station software by GSE Power
Systems, Inc.
Applies the customer’s simulator to
exercise, refresh and test the operating
skills of experienced plant operators.
Trainee operates the simulator as the real
unit, in accordance with the customer’s
procedures. Customer’s instructor
controls the conduct and content of
the training. Emerson trainer helps the
customer’s instructor use the course
materials, manipulate the simulator
instructor station, and generally conduct
the training, without telling the customer
how to operate their plant. Course is
patterned after one operational cycle
of the real plant—unit startup, power
generation, and shutdown. Trainee
encounters a variety of abnormal
conditions that require responsive action.
Course is flexible to accommodate the
customer’s specific unit, simulator, and
operating procedures. Course is limited
to four operators and three instructors.
Conducted at the customer’s site using
the customer’s simulator. Course applies
only to simulators having JADE™ JStation™
instructor station software by GSE Power
Systems, Inc.
Applies the customer’s simulator to
develop the operating skills of new plant
operators. Trainee operates the simulator
as the real unit, in accordance with the
customer’s procedures. Customer’s
instructor controls the conduct and
content of the training. Emerson trainer
helps the customer’s instructor use the
course materials, manipulate the simulator
instructor station, and generally conduct
the training, without telling the customer
how to operate their plant. The course
is divided into ten discrete simulator
training sessions that focus on essential
Ovation graphics operations, unit startup,
unit shutdown, and unit operations in
response to selected abnormal conditions.
Course is flexible to accommodate the
customer’s specific unit, simulator, and
operating procedures. Course is limited
to four operators and three instructors.
Conducted at the customer’s site using
the customer’s simulator. Course applies
only to simulators having JADE™ JStation™
instructor station software by GSE Power
Systems, Inc.
Prerequisites
None
Duration
3 Days
Operations Management Software
Simulator Instructor Training
Course Sim-011
Prerequisites
Overview
Sim-001 and Sim-011 are recommended
prerequisites for instructors.
Teaches instructors the process of
planning, preparing, validating, executing,
and evaluating simulator training sessions
for plant operators. Hands-on exercises
apply the process to plan, prepare, and
validate simulator training sessions
for unit startup, unit shutdown, unit
abnormal operations, and DCS graphics
familiarization. Course is limited to four
instructors. Conducted at the customer’s
site using the customer’s simulator. Course
applies only to simulators having JADE™
JStation™ instructor station software by
GSE Power Systems, Inc.
Required Prerequisites for Operators
Sufficient knowledge of plant systems,
controls, principles, and procedures to
understand and perform the operations
with little or no instructor assistance.
Duration
Prerequisites
Sim-001 and Sim-011 are recommended
prerequisites for instructors.
Required Prerequisites for Operators
Sufficient knowledge of plant systems,
controls, principles, and procedures to
understand and perform the operations
with some instructor assistance.
Duration
10 Days
10 Days
Prerequisites
Sim-001 is a recommended prerequisite.
Duration
5 Days
On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Solaris to Windows Upgrade
Starting with Data Acquisition
Course OV115-WIN
Course OV100-WIN
The OV115-WIN course is designed to
teach the Ovation™ Windows® 3.5
software utility packages from a higher
level. The course provides instruction on
the Ovation Windows studio of application
programs including the building of point
records, control sheets, graphic displays
and the loading, saving and downloading
of each entity. Topics of discussion
include: basic network, architecture
and components, Operator functions,
Developer Studio features, Control and
Graphics building and Basic system
configuration.
Overview
Prerequisites
The course is intended but not limited to
students with a knowledgeable Solaris
background and should have attended the
UNIX (core) courses namely the OV100UNIX, OV200-UNIX and OV210-UNIX prior
to attending the OV115-WIN.
Duration
5 Days
Objective
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•
Upon successful completion of this
course, using the reference material
provided, the student will be able to:
Upon successful completion of this
course, using the reference material
provided, the student will be able to:
Describe the functions and differences
of the Ovation Windows network and
its components
Monitor plant processes using Ovation
Windows data acquisition tools
Navigate and understand the Ovation
Developer Studio
Demonstrate a basic level of
proficiency using the Ovation 3.5
control builder
Demonstrate a basic level of
proficiency using the graphics builder
Understand and implement some
basic Ovation Windows configuration
changes
OV100-WIN provides experience using an
Ovation™ Data Acquisition System (DAS).
Ovation terminology and proper use of
Ovation documentation are discussed.
Students are introduced to the major
components of the system and practice
using Ovation tools that are designed
to make data acquisition easy. Exercises
include modifying and building database
point records for analog and digital points.
Students physically connect various field
devices to the I/O and test the signals.
Basic techniques for troubleshooting data
acquisition hardware and software are
also included in the course. This course is
intended for anyone who will need to work
with the DAS of the Ovation system in a
Windows environment.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Duration
5 Days
Objective
Upon successful completion of this course,
using the reference material provided, the
student will be able to:
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Recognize Ovation terminology and
identify the types of drops used for
data acquisition in an Ovation system
Demonstrate the ability to effectively
use Ovation documentation
Describe the functions of the Ovation
network and its components
Describe the general architecture of
an Ovation system
Describe the database point record
movement between various drops as
the points are monitored, modified
and built
Monitor plant processes using data
acquisition tools
Recognize, modify and build the
various types of database point
records in an Ovation system
Select and configure I/O modules for
typical field devices
Wire and test complete signal paths
between various field devices and
appropriate database point records
Analyze problem situations and
implement appropriate corrective
solutionsproficiency using the
graphics builder
•
Understand and implement some
basic Ovation Windows configuration
changes
Note: We will be offering separate OV100WIN courses for Ovation 3.x and Ovation
2.x users. As the courses are scheduled
simultaneously, please be sure that you
enroll in the proper system-level class
Operate & Manage
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
SyncadeTM Document Control
and Archiving
SyncadeTM Equipment Tracking
SyncadeTM Materials, Inventory
and Order Management
Course 7081/V
Course 7083/V
Course 7084/V
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 3-day class provides the user with the
necessary skills to set up, configure and
maintain the DCA module in Syncade.
Students will be taught repository setup
and administration settings, how to
add documents to a user configured
repository structure using manual or
automated techniques, manually move
documents through the promotion model
as well as editing existing documents
and making them available to the
production cycle. Users will configure
and use the Change Request feature
within DCA to move documents through
the promotion model. Change request
types and workflows will be created and
users assigned to the roles in the steps
to automate the document promotion
process. Document packages will also
be taught in this class. Users will create
package classes that will be used to create
a print package for a production run.
This 2-day class will provide the user with
the necessary skills to create, configure
and maintain equipment used in the
production process. Users will configure
equipment classes and equipment that
will provide a solution for managing
equipment use, maintenance and
calibration information. Events will be
set up on the equipment class that define
actions that can be performed, or need to
be performed, on equipment created from
the equipment class. Rules and groups will
be configured to assist in implementing
controls on equipment and when certain
events need to occur. Schedules will be
created to set up periodic preventive
maintenance and work orders will be
created to cover the unscheduled activities
that may be needed to fully utilize
production equipment.
This 3-day class will provide the user
with the necessary skills to create and
manage all types of materials as they flow
into, through and out of the production
environment during order execution.
Users will create material masters to
define the material characteristics,
create inventory, create and execute
orders, allocate materials, create material
samples, track lots and containers and
perform weigh and dispense activities.
None
Prerequisites
Topics
None
Topics
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Prerequisites
DCA Overview
• DCA User Interface
• Repository Creation,
Configuration and Use
Document Types
Configured Properties
Creating Document Properties
Adding Documents – Manual /
Autoloader
Document Life Cycle
Document Change Control
Change Request User Interface
Change Request Life Cycle
Change Request Types
Change Request Workflows
Creating Change Requests
Review and Approval Processes
Document Packages Overview
Packages User Interface
• Package Classes
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•
•
•
ET Overview
Create Equipment Classes
Define Calibration Targets
Add Custom Properties
Create Events and Event State Matrix
Create Rules and Groups
Material and Labor with Events
Event Scheduling
Create Equipment
Integrating Documents and Skills
Performing Events
Work Orders
Prerequisites
None.
Topics
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•
Material/Inventory Management
Overview
OM Overview
Material Masters
Material Properties
Quality Statuses
Order Creation and Execution
Material Allocations
Weigh and Dispense
Trusted Dispensing
Sampling
Purchasing and Receiving
Lot and Container Actions
Physical Inventory
Genealogy
Inventory Adjustments
Note: Virtual Training Available, Call to
Schedule.
Note: Virtual Training Available, Call to
Schedule.
Note: Virtual Training Available, Call to
Schedule.
On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Operate & Manage
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
Operations Management Software
SyncadeTM Overview
SyncadeTM Recipe Authoring
SyncadeTM Training and
Development
Course 7080/V
Course 7095/V
Course 7082/V
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2-day class provides an overview
of the Syncade applications and their
use within a Manufacturing Execution
System (MES) environment. The Syncade
applications handle tasks that fit between
the process control system environment,
such as DeltaV™, and corporate Enterprise
Resource Planning (ERP) systems, such
as SAP. Each module in Syncade will be
covered briefly to provide the user with
a basic understanding of the module, its
functionality and how it fits into the overall
MES functional layer. Integration methods
and implementation techniques are not
part of this class.
This 3-day class will provide the user with
the necessary skills to configure version
4 recipes for Syncade execution. Users
will learn to configure manual recipes,
DeltaV recipes and recipes that integrate
the Syncade and DeltaV into a complete
cohesive batch record.
This 1-day class will provide the user
with the necessary skills to configure the
Training and Development module to
successfully ensure the workforce is up
to date with job related skill sets. Users
will configure the tasks and skill sets
necessary for an individual to complete
a job function as well as maintain those
skills over time. Users will configure an
organizational structure that will be used
to define departments and positions and
assign skills to those positions that will
set the requirements for a person holding
that position. Courses will be created
that will teach the tasks required to fill a
position in the organization. Users will also
schedule classes and learn how to enroll
themselves and others using the training
and requirement planners in the TD
module. Users will also be taught how to
set up the notification processes within the
Syncade administration menus.
Prerequisites
None
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
None
Topics
•
•
•
•
•
Topics
•
Prerequisites
Manufacturing Execution
Systems (MES)
Document Control and
Authoring
Security Basics
Portal
Training and Development
Equipment Tracking
Materials Management
Inventory Management
Recipe Authoring
Order Management
Weigh and Dispense
Note: Virtual Training Available, Call to
Schedule.
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•
Recipe Authoring (RA) Overview
RA Application
Manual and Automation Recipe
Hierarchy
Work Instructions and Parameter
Types
Operations, Unit Procedures and
Procedure Creation
RA Simulator
Process Segments
Master Recipes
Order Execution
Parameter Referral and Deferral
Reference Groups
Formula Creation/Selection
Behaviors
DeltaV Recipes
Integrated Type 2 and 3 Recipes
Note: Detailed application classes available
to customers that have purchased Syncade.
Virtual Training Available, Call to Schedule.
Prerequisites
None.
Topics
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•
•
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•
TD Overview
Defining the Organizational Structure
Creating Tasks
Creating Skills and Assigning Tasks
Certification Methods
Setting Up Training Classes
Creating Job Requirements
Integrating TD with Other Syncade
Modules
Maintaining Necessary Job Related
Skills
Administration Notification Processes
Note: Virtual Training Available, Call to
Schedule.
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Operate & Manage
Operations Management Software
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
System Administration
Batch Analytics Model Building
(eLearning)
Batch Analytics Operator
(eLearning)
Course OV230-WIN
Course e7046
Course e7044
Addresses configuring the system and
maintaining the integrity of Ovation
system software. Presents operating
system commands and programs that
facilitate system administration. Describes
the components of the network.
Overview
Overview
This course is designed for
Chemometricians, Process Engineers,
Quality Engineers, and Process Control
Engineers. This 8-hour (average duration)
on-line course provides an orientation
of Batch Analytics Model Builder. The
course includes audio presentations,
demonstrations, hands-on practices,
hands-on workshops, and quizzes. Upon
completion of this course, the student will
be able to:
This course is designed for operators,
process engineers, and management.
Note: OV230-UNX Offered Upon Request
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define basic principles of Batch
Data Analytics and their use in fault
detection and quality parameter
prediction
use the Batch Data Analytics Model
Builder application to build and
deploy a project for fault detection
and quality parameter prediction
users will be able to recognize and
navigate the screens needed to build
a model in Batch Analytics
users need to define batch logic,
stage logic, and initial condition logic
needed for model development
users will be able to interpret analytic
data of the Model Builder application
using a saline example
users will be able to build a Batch Data
Analytics model
Prerequisites
DeltaV Batch experience and Microsoft
Windows experience is required.
Statistical/Quality background would be
beneficial.
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Batch Analytics Overview
Batch Analytics Model Builder
Overview
• Batch Analytics Viewer Overview
• Batch Saline Simulation
• Benefits of Using Batch Analytics
• Batch Analytics Manager
Administration
• Batch Logic, Stage Logic, and Initial
Logic Required to Build a Model
• Batch Analytics Model Builder -
Equipment
• Batch Analytics Model Builder Product
• Batch Analytics Model Builder – Model
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This 6-hour (average duration) on-line
course provides an orientation of Batch
Analytics and how it is used in a production
environment. The course includes audio
presentations, demonstrations, handson practices, hands-on workshops, and
quizzes. Upon completion of this course,
the student will be able to:
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define basic principles of Batch
Analytics
identify how Batch Analytics is used in
fault detection and quality parameter
prediction
identify the Batch List, Quality
Prediction, and Fault Detection
screens
monitor a fault
interpret analytic data of a saline
example
identify the root cause of a detected
fault
Prerequisites
DeltaV Batch experience and Microsoft
Windows experience is required.
Topics
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Batch Analytics Overview
Batch Analytics Model Builder
Overview
Batch Analytics Viewer Overview
Batch Saline Simulation
Benefits of Using Batch Analytics
Batch Analytics Viewer – Batch List
Tab
Batch Analytics Viewer – Fault
Detection Tab • Batch Analytics
Viewer – Quality Prediction
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Note: Course access is 12 months
On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Operate & Manage
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
Control Loop Foundation DeltaV Advanced Control
DeltaV Advanced Graphics
Course 9025
Course 7201/V
Course 7025/V
Overview
Overview
Overview
This course is for engineers, managers,
technicians, and others that are new to
process control. This course includes
the practical aspects of control design
and process applications that course
developers personally learned through
years of hands on experience while
designing and commissioning process
control applications.
This 4-1/2 day course introduces students
to the advanced control tools available
within DeltaV and how they may be
used to improve plant operations. The
principal technology that is utilized in each
product will be discussed. The areas of
improvement that may be achieved will
be detailed. Also, each student will gain
hands on experience with these tools in
class exercises based on realistic process
simulations.
This 4-1/2 day course is for process control
engineers responsible for configuring
advanced functionality in the DeltaV
user interface. This course expands on
graphic topics covered in both the DeltaV
Implementation course 7009 and DeltaV
Implementation II course 7017.
Prerequisites
Windows experience.
Topics
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Background – Historic Perspective
Measurements – Basic Transmitter
Types, Limitations
Analyzers – Examples of On-Line
Analyzers
Final Elements - Valves and Variable
Speed Drives
Field Wiring and Communications
– Traditional, HART, Foundation
fieldbus, WirelessHART
Control Strategy Documentation
– Plot Plan, Flow Sheet, P&ID, Loop
Sheet
Operator Graphics and Metrics –
Considerations in Display Design
Process Characterization – Identifying
Process Dynamics and Gain
Control Objectives
Single Loop Control – Basis for PID,
Guideline in Selecting PID Structure,
Action
Tuning and Loop Performance Manual and Automated Tuning
Techniques
Multi-loop Control – Feedforward,
Cascade, Override, Split-range, Valve
Position Control
Model Predictive Control – Addressing
Difficult Dynamics, Interactive
Processes
Process Modeling – Development of
Process Simulation for Control System
Checkout
Application Examples – Batch,
Continuous, Combustion, Distillation,
Unit Coordination
Prerequisites
Courses 7101, PlantWeb/DeltaV Intro.
or 7009, DeltaV Implementation I or
equivalent field experience.
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The Control Foundation in DeltaV
• Traditional Tools e.g. Override,
Cascade, Ratio
• Improvements Provided by
Advanced Control
DeltaV Inspect with InSight
• Detection of Abnormal
Conditions
• Performance Indices
• Performance Reports
DeltaV Tune with InSight
• Tuning Response
• Process Learning
• Adaptive Tuning
• Adaptive Control
DeltaV Fuzzy
• Principles of Logic Control
• FLC Function Block, Tuning
DeltaV Predict
• MPC for Multi-Variable Control
• Model Identification, Data
Screening
• Simulation of Response, Tuning
DeltaV Neural
• Creation of Virtual Sensor
• Data Screening, Training
DeltaV Simulate Suite
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Process Simulation
Simulate Pro
Note: Virtual Training Available, Call to
Schedule.
Prerequisites
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I
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Visual Basic Primer
Forms
Modules
Schedules
User Preferences
Picture Sizing
Environment Customization
Custom Faceplates
Function Block Faceplates
FRS Functions
Pop Up Menus
Color Threshold Tables
Custom Dynamos
Tag Groups
Key Macro Editor
Theme Dynamos
Operate & Manage
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
DeltaV Hardware &
Troubleshooting
DeltaV Implementation I
DeltaV Implementation II
Course 7018
Course 7009
Course 7017/V
Overview
Overview
Overview
This course is recommended for
instrumentation and maintenance
technicians, managers, and configuration
engineers who need to know about
DeltaV hardware. It provides an overview
of the DeltaV Control Network, Mand S-series hardware, and software
applications. Upon completion, you
will be familiar with the hardware and
be able to perform troubleshooting
techniques. This 4-day course focuses
on the hardware components that
make up the DeltaV system: M-series
controllers and I/O, S-series controllers
and I/O (including CHARMs), and DeltaV
Smart Switches. Using a combination of
lectures and workshops, you will learn
how to use operator and diagnostic
tools to identify and locate hardwarerelated fault conditions. Workshops
provide the opportunity to disassemble
and reassemble the M- and S-series
hardware and return the system to an
operating state. If your systems include
bus technologies such as Foundation
Fieldbus, we recommend courses 7030,
7032, or 7037. The 7018 course satisfies
the prerequisite requirement for these bus
course (except 7032).
This course is designed for process &
process control engineers responsible
for obtaining key production data,
maintaining, configuring and
troubleshooting a DeltaV system.
This course is for process control engineers
responsible for designing, implementing
and testing configuration using the DeltaV
system.
Prerequisites
Topics
Windows Experience
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DeltaV Overview
Operator Alarms
DeltaV Diagnostics
DeltaV Smart Switches
DeltaV I/O Cards and Carriers
Controllers and Power Supplies
Electronic Marshalling (CHARMs)
HART I/O
DeltaV and AMS Suite Intelligent
Device Manager
Redundant I/O
During the 4-1/2 day course, the student
will be able to define system capabilities,
define nodes, configure continuous and
sequential control strategies, create
process alarms, operate the system,
troubleshoot the system and modify
operator displays.
This course includes access to a virtual
DeltaV system to practice and review
course workshops complete with brief
recorded demonstrations available after
course completion.
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I
Topics
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Microsoft Windows experience.
Prospective attendees lacking process
control experience should first attend
Control Loop Foundation, Course 9025.
Prospective attendees new to DeltaV
should first attend PlantWeb/DeltaV
Introduction, Course 7101, or DeltaV
Hardware & Troubleshooting, Course
7018.
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During the 4-1/2 day course, the student
will be able to identify function block
structures, interpret function block status
values, design error masking, define
nodes, configure modules using StateDriven & Command-Driven algorithms,
configure modules with Analog Control
Palette Blocks and create simulation for
testing purposes.
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Function Block Structures & Status
Values
Analog Control Palette Blocks – Bias/
Gain, Deadtime, Limit, Ratio, Signal
Characterizer, Splitter
HART Inputs and Outputs
HART Device Alarms
AMS Intelligent Device Manager
Unit Alarms
DeltaV Tune with InSight
Device Control Options
Class Based Control Modules
System Overview
DeltaV Explorer
DeltaV Diagnostics
Control Modules
Control Studio
Motor Control with Interlocking and
Permissive Conditions
Cascade Control
Regulatory Control
DeltaV Operate
System Operation
Alarms & Process History View
Alarm Help
Sequential Function Charts
Configure Theme Dynamos
Electronic Marshalling (CHARMS)
Note: Virtual Training Available, Call to
Schedule.
On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Operate & Manage
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
DeltaV Model Predictive Control
DeltaV Operator Interface for
Batch
DeltaV Operator Interface for
Continuous Control
Course 7202/V
Course 7014/V
Course 7012/V
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 3-day course is designed for process
and control engineers who are applying
DeltaV Model Predictive Controls
capabilities. It provides practical examples
of how to determine the benefits of MPC
application and how this control may
be used to meet specific application
requirements. Students will gain hands on
experience through lab exercises based on
realistic dynamic process simulations.
This course is for operators, supervisors,
and managers responsible for the
operation of batch processes using DeltaV
system.
This course is for operators, supervisors
and managers responsible for the
operation of continuous processes using
DeltaV system. This 2-day course uses
lectures and hands-on workshops to
provide an in-depth overview on operating
the DeltaV System. Students who
complete this course will:
Prerequisites
DeltaV Advanced Control, Course 7201.
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How to Justify an MPC Project
• Evaluating the Cost of Process
Variation
• Estimating the Reduction in
Variation that is Possible Using
MPC
• Calculating the Benefit of
Maximizing Throughput When
Plant Production is Restricted
by Input Limits or Measurable
Constraint
Meeting Application Requirements
• Insuring Disturbance Inputs are
Independent of Other Process
Inputs
• Meeting Control Requirements
when the Response Times are
Very Different
• Understanding the Design and
Testing of an Integrating Process
Tailoring Control Performance
• Placing more Emphasis on
Selected Control or Constraint
Parameters
• Improving Control Performance
when the Process is Deadtime
Dominant
• Compensating for Large
Changes in Process Gain or
Dynamics
• Minimizing the Impact of
Process Noise on Control
Performance
MPC Application
• Selecting and Applying MPC,
MPC-Pro and MPC-Plus Blocks
Optimizing Control
• Optimizing the Control Using
the MPC-Pro or MPC-Plus Blocks
Note: Virtual Training Available, Call to
Schedule.
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This 2-1/2 day course uses lectures
and hands-on workshops to provide an
in-depth overview on operating the DeltaV
System. It includes all content in course
7012 plus students will:
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understand basic batch terminology
manipulate Unit Module parameters
access the Batch Operator Interface
run procedures
review batch history data
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System Overview
Accessing DeltaV Operate
Window, Menus Displays and
Directories
Discrete, Analog, Regulatory and
Cascade Control Module Operation
Motor Control Module Operation
Accessing Alarm Displays/Alarm
Handling
Accessing Real-time/Historical Trend
Data
Accessing Process History View
Sequential Function Chart Operation
Phase and Recipe Controls
Batch Operator Interface
Batch Historian
Campaign
Price/Location/Start Date: Call to Discuss
Note: Virtual Training Available, Call to
Schedule.
access operator displays
manipulate various control module
operating parameters to operate the
process
respond to process alarms
monitor process performance
view real-time and historical trend
data
Topics
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System Overview
Accessing DeltaV Operate Window,
Menus Displays and Directories
Discrete and Analog Control Module
Operation
Accessing Alarm Displays/Alarm
Handling
Motor Control Module Operation
Regulatory/Cascade Control Module
Operation
Accessing Real-time/Historical Trend
Data
Unit Alarms
Sequential Function Chart Operation
Phase Logic Modules
Note: Virtual Training Available, Call to
Schedule.
Operate & Manage
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
DeltaV Operator Interface for
Continuous Control (eLearning)
DeltaV Operator Interface for
Batch Control (eLearning)
DeltaV Safety Instrumented
System with SLS 1508
Maintenance
Course e7012
Course e7014
Course 7303
Audience
Audience
Overview
Operators, supervisors and managers
responsible for the operation of
continuous processes with a DeltaV
System. Ideal students for this course are
new to the DeltaV System but already
have process control/plant experience.
This interactive on-line course includes
audio presentations, demonstrations,
practice sessions, workshops, quizzes, and
a final examination. The average time to
complete the course is 12 hours.
Operators, supervisors, and managers
responsible for the operation of a batch
process using the DeltaV system. This
is an interactive 16-hour on-line course
with DeltaV screens including audio
presentations, demonstrations, practice
sessions, workshops, quizzes and a final
examination.
This course is for Electrical & Instrument
technicians, maintenance technicians, E&I/
reliability engineers and other personnel
responsible for maintaining a DeltaV SIS
SLS 1508.
Topics
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System Overview; Accessing DeltaV
Operate
Navigating in DeltaV Operate
Discrete, Analog, Regulatory, and
Cascade Control Module Operation
Motor Control Module Operation
Accessing: Alarm Displays; Real-Time/
Historical Trend Data; Process History
View
Using DeltaV Operate Themes
Topics
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System Overview
Accessing DeltaV Operate
Navigation in DeltaV Operate
Discrete, Analog, Regulatory, and
Cascade Control Module Operation
Motor Control Module Operation
Accessing Alarm Displays
Accessing Real-Time/Historical Trend
Data
Accessing Process History View
Phase and Recipe Controls
Batch Operator Interface
How to Add/Run Batches
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Note: Course access is 12 months
Note: Course access is 12 months
On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
This 3-day course is a hands-on instructor
led course. The course covers the
architecture of the DeltaV SIS including
Rosemount SIS instruments and Fisher
SIS Digital Valve Controllers. Students
will gain a working knowledge of the
hardware and software allowing them to
troubleshoot and maintain the system.
Prerequisites
Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and
Troubleshooting, is a requirement.
Topics
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Safety Lifecycle
DeltaV SIS Overview
DeltaV SIS Hardware
Safety Instrumented Functions
Rosemount SIS Instruments
AMS Device Manager
Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controller
SISNet Repeaters
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Operate & Manage
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
DeltaV Systems Administration Windows 7/Server 2008
DeltaV Systems Batch
Implementation
eLearning: Features Training on
DeltaV Analyze 2.0 (eLearning)
Course 7027
Course 7016
Course e7045
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 4-1/2 day course is designed for
control system administrators, process
control engineers and IT specialist
responsible for managing, installing, and
commissioning a DeltaV system running
on the Windows 7 operating system and
Windows Server 2008.
This course is designed for individuals
responsible for configuring and
commissioning DeltaV Batch software.
This course is for personnel who will
be using DeltaV Analyze in their alarm
management program. This on-line course
includes audio presentations, quizzes,
and up to a four hour access to DeltaV
Analyze. To obtain hands on experience,
e7045 students will have four hour
access to DeltaV Analyze over a two week
timeframe.
Prerequisites
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I,
or Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and
Troubleshooting.
The purchase of this course includes access
to the eDVS23 course at no extra charge.
Upon confirmed enrollment, the student
will receive access to the eDVS23 online
course (via email) to take at any time.
This 4-1/2 day course covers the
implementation of a complete batch
application. A process simulator will
provide a batch application. Students
will use DeltaV Batch software to
configure recipe entities including,
Aliasing, Equipment Trains, Dynamic
Unit Allocation, Phase Logic, Operations
and Unit Procedures. Equipment entities
will also be configured including, Units
modules and Process cells.
Prerequisites
Topics
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I
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Overview/Review of System
Components and Topologies
DeltaV Licenses
Database Administration
User Administration
Network Node Diagnostics
Auto Update Service
Cybersecurity Tools – Smart Firewall,
Controller Firewall, Smart Switches
Installation Checklist of the Windows
7 and Windows Server 2008
Operating Systems
Installation of the DeltaV Software
and AMS Device Manager
Components
DeltaV Control Networks and Remote
Access • DeltaV Domains and
Workgroups
Network Security
Upgrading Hardware and Software
Backup and Restore Procedures
Importing/Exporting
DeltaV Zones
Note: Virtual Training Available, Call to
Schedule.
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Batch Overview
Unit Phase
Alias Definition
Unit Module
Process Cell
Class Based Control Modules
Class Based Equipment Modules
Operation
Unit Procedure
Procedure
Equipment Trains
Unit Aliasing
Dynamic Unit Allocation
Topics
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DeltaV Analyze Overview
DeltaV Analyze Administration
Features
How to Create a Bookmark
How to Create an Alarm Statistics
Report
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Operate & Manage
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
Process Control & Automation Software
Fieldbus Systems and Devices
eLearning: Installing DeltaV
Virtual Studio 2.3 (eLearning)
PlantWeb/DeltaV Introduction
Course 7032
Course eDVS23
Course 7101
Audience
Overview
Audience
This 4-day lecture/lab course provides
maximum hands-on experience working
with FOUNDATION fieldbus instruments
such as: the FIELDVUE® Digital Valve
Controller, Rosemount Pressure and
Temperature Transmitters. The student
will use the DeltaV control system to
commission fieldbus devices, assign
foundation fieldbus function blocks to field
devices, troubleshoot using diagnostics
and AMS Device Manager to manipulate
device parameters.
This course is designed for control system
administrators, IT administrators, or any
other personnel installing DeltaV Virtual
Studio 2.3.
This course is for plant managers,
process and process control engineers,
and maintenance personnel needing
an introduction to how the PlantWeb
technology is utilized in basic process
control systems and safety systems.
7009 DeltaV Implementation I or
7018 DeltaV Hardware Installation and
Troubleshooting.
This 1 hour (average duration) on-line
course shows the process of installing a
DeltaV Virtualization (DeltaV Virtual Studio
2.3) solution. This video is not intended to
be a video installation manual, but does
attempt to show important installation
details to the viewer. Viewers are
encouraged to have a copy of the DeltaV
Virtualization Planning and Installation
guide when watching the video to better
follow and understand the methods
and procedures in completing a DeltaV
Virtualization installation. The latest
DeltaV Virtualization system planning
and installation documentation should be
available through the Emerson Guardian
and Foundation Support website.
Topics
Prerequisites
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Control System/IT administration
experience.
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This course is for individuals responsible for
maintaining, troubleshooting, calibrating,
and modifying FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus
device parameters.
Prerequisites
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FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus Overview
Macro Cycle Execution
Fieldbus Function Blocks
Control Anywhere
Fieldbus Wiring and Installation
Segment Checkout Procedures
Commissioning and Configuring
Devices
Control Strategy Configuration
PlantWeb Alerts
Configuring an Operator Display
Upon completion of this course, the
student will be able to identify the various
installation steps including:
• Installing Windows Server 2012
• Installing Microsoft Hyper-V Server
2012
• Creating a Domain in Server 2012
• Installing the Required Software
Components
• Using the Automated Configuration
Tools to Configure the Storage Area
Network Device, or SAN Device, and
Create a Failover Cluster
• Creating a virtualized
ProfessionalPLUS
• Using a USB to Network device for the
DeltaV Dongle
• Creating a DeltaV Operator Station
Students will perform basic workstation
operations including accessing displays,
accessing faceplates, accessing modules
to make process changes, responding to
alarms and observing/changing tunable
configuration parameters. Students who
complete this 3-day course will be able to:
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use and apply PlantWeb terminology
and acronyms
identify DeltaV Explorer components
define the different types of
downloads
commission and download a
controller
identify DeltaV Operate functionality
operate a process using faceplates,
detail displays, and primary control
displays using DeltaV Operate
define the Foundation™ Fieldbus
technology terminology
view device alerts using AMS Suite:
Intelligent Device Manager
define the DeltaV SIS architecture
Prerequisites
None
Topics
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DeltaV System Description
DeltaV Hardware
Engineering Application
Operation & Maintenance
Alarm Management
Security
Bus Architecture
Safety Life Cycle
DeltaV SIS Overview
Data Integration
Batch
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On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Operate & Manage
Safety Instrumented System
Safety Instrumented System
DeltaV Safety Instrumented
System with Electronic
Marshalling Maintenance
DeltaV SIS Implementation
Course 7304
Course 7305/V
Overview
Overview
This course is for Electrical & Instrument
technicians, maintenance technicians, E&I/
reliability engineers and other personnel
responsible for maintaining DeltaV SIS
with Electronic Marshalling.
This course is for personnel who design,
implement, commission and service
DeltaV SIS.
This 3-day hands-on instructor led course
covers the architecture of the DeltaV
SIS with Electronic Marshalling including
Rosemount SIS instruments and Fisher
SIS Digital Valve Controllers. Students
will be able to identify the DeltaV SIS
with Electronic Marshalling hardware and
software components. Students will be
able to configure Partial Stroke Test using
DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling.
Students will practice troubleshooting and
maintenance techniques with DeltaV SIS
simulators throughout the course.
This 4-1/2 day course is a hands-on
instructor led course. The course covers
complete DeltaV SIS Implementation
including hardware and software
architecture. Students will be able
to design a DeltaV SIS Network and
Safety Instrumented Functions (SIFs).
Additionally, students will be able to
configure smart SIS instruments and their
associated alerts, including partial stroke
testing.
Prerequisites
Course 7009 is a requirement.
Recommend IEC 61511 knowledge.
Prerequisites
Topics
Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and
Troubleshooting, is a requirement.
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Safety Lifecycle
DeltaV SIS Overview
DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling
Hardware architecture Including
Power Requirements
Commissioning and Downloading the
DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling
components
Safety Instrumented Functions
Rosemount SIS Instruments
AMS Device Manager
Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controller
DeltaV Diagnostics
Partial Stroke Test using DeltaV SIS
with Electronic Marshalling
Local Safety Network Bridges
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DeltaV SIS Overview
DeltaV SIS SLS 1508 Hardware
Architecture
DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling
Hardware Architecture
DeltaV Safety Instrumented Functions
Rosemount SIS Instruments Security
AMS Device Manager relating to
DeltaV SIS
DeltaV SIS Fisher SIS Digital Valve
Controllers
SISNet Repeaters
DeltaV SIS Security
DeltaV Version Control
Local Safety Network Bridges
Final Control and Regulate
Control Valves
Control Valves
Control Valves
Control Valve Engineering I
Fisher Actuator Basics
(eLearning)
Fisher Sliding Stem Control Valve
Basics (eLearning)
Course 1300
Course e1503
Course e1501
This course is for engineers, technicians
and others responsible for the selection,
sizing and application of control
valves, actuators and control valve
instrumentation.
Overview
Overview
This 1/2-hour (average duration) course
introduces the basic definition of an
actuator, lists the types of actuators for
sliding stem and rotary control valves,
states the general components of an
actuator and lists the general actuator
selection guidelines.
This 1/2-hour (average duration) course
introduces the basic definition of sliding
stem control valves, types of sliding
stem valves, their common components,
guiding methods, typical uses, flow
characteristics, the general sizing capacity
and selection guidelines.
Note: Course access is 3 months
Note: Course access is 3 months
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
None. However, a basic familiarity with
Industrial Process Control is beneficial.
A basic familiarity with Industrial Process
Control is beneficial.
Topics
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Overview
This 4-1/2 day course reviews design and
operating principles of control valves,
actuators, positioners and related
accessories. It describes the sizing and
selection methods for a broad variety
of control valve assemblies. Students
will solve several demonstration sizing
and selection problems using Fisher
Specification Manager and published
materials, plus participate in equipment
demonstrations and hands-on workshops.
Students who complete this course will:
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select the proper valve characteristic
for a given process
choose suitable styles of control
valves for an application
size control valves and actuators
properly apply positioners and
instruments
Prerequisites
Some experience with industrial controls
equipment including control valves and
actuators would be helpful.
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Function of an Actuator
Pneumatic Spring-and-Diaphragm
Actuators
Pneumatic Piston Actuators
Electric Actuators
Electro-Hydraulic Actuators
Actuator General Selection Guidelines
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Control Valves
Fisher Rotary Control Valve Basics
(eLearning)
Overview
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This 1/2-hour (average duration) course
introduces the basic definition of rotary
control valves, defines the body types
and styles of rotary valves, as well as their
common components, flow characteristics
and considerations, and finally the general
sizing capacity and selection guidelines.
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Course e1502
Topics
Control Valve Selection: Rotary/Sliding
Stem
Actuator Selection and Sizing
Corrosion Resistant Valves
Liquid Valve Sizing
Gas Valve Sizing
Positioners and Transducers
Valve Application Guidelines
Valve Characteristics
Valve Packing Considerations
Cavitation
Valve Noise
Sliding Stem Valves
Types of Globe Valves
Plug Design, Gaskets and Trim
Bonnet
Packing Assembly
End Connections
Pressure and Temperature
Flow Direction
Shutoff
General Sizing and Selection Guidelines
Note: Course access is 3 months
Prerequisites
None.
Topics
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Butterfly Control Valves
Disc designs
Rotary Ball Valves
Ball Styles
Eccentric Plug Valves
End Connections
Packing Options
General Sizing and Selection
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Virtual Learning
eLearning
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Final Control and Regulate
Control Valves
Control Valves
Control Valves
Fundamentals of HART Based
FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller
using the 475 Field Communicator
Introduction to Fisher Control
Valves (eLearning)
Valve Technician I
Course 1751
Course e1500
Course 1400
This course is for technicians, engineers
and others responsible for installing,
calibrating and basic troubleshooting
FIELDVUE instruments using the 475 Field
Communicator.
Overview
This introductory course is for valve
mechanics, maintenance personnel,
instrument technicians, and others who
are responsible for maintaining control
valves, actuators and control valve
instrumentation.
Overview
This 2-day course provides the skills
necessary to:
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install and mount FIELDVUETM digital
valve controller onto Sliding Stem
Actuator/ Valve and Rotary Actuator/
Valve Assemblies
configure and calibrate FIELDVUE
Instruments with the Field
Communicator
Prerequisites
Control valve experience and/or course
1400, 1300, 1710, or 1451.
Topics
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FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller
Theory of Operation
FIELDVUE Instrument Installation
Field Communicator for Instrument
Configuration, Calibration and
Troubleshooting
ValveLinkTM Mobile Overview
This 1-hour (average duration) elearning
course introduces anyone with no prior
experience to industrial process control
valves. Students are led on a self-paced
discussion on how control valve designs
vary, basic theory of operation, and
how control valves function in a process
control loop. Student interaction in the
form of “Check your knowledge” and
quiz assessments are used throughout
to confirm student understanding. Note:
Course access is 3 months
Prerequisites
A basic familiarity with Industrial Process
Control is beneficial.
Topics
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Basic Terminology of Control Valve
Types
Uses of Control Valves
Role of the Control Valve in Industrial
Process
Inherent Flow Characteristics
Entities that Define Codes and
Standards for Final Control Devices
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Overview
This 4-1/2 day course explains how valves
and actuators function and how they are
installed and calibrated. It emphasizes
installation, troubleshooting, parts
replacement, and calibration of control
valves, actuators, positioners and digital
valve controllers. Those who complete this
course will be able to:
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correctly perform installation
procedures
perform basic troubleshooting
properly apply and calibrate,
positioners and FIELDVUETM digital
valve controllers
change valve trim, gaskets and
packing
Prerequisites
Some experience in instrument calibration
and in control valve maintenance,
installation, and operation would be
helpful.
Topics
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Control Valve Terminology
Globe Valves
Packing
Actuators, Positioners and Digital
Valve Controllers
Bench Set
Seat Leak Testing
Ball Valves
Butterfly Valves
Eccentric Disc Valves
Valve Characteristics
Final Control and Regulate
Control Valves
Control Valves
ValveLinkTM Software for
Diagnostics of FIELDVUETM
Digital Valve Controller
ValveLinkTM Software for
Configuration and Calibration of
FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controllers
Course 1759
Course 1752
This course teaches the techniques
necessary to collect and interpret
valve diagnostic tests performed using
ValveLinkTM software.
This course is for technicians, engineers
and others responsible for installation,
calibration and diagnostics for FIELDVUE
digital valve controllers and ValveLinkTM
software. The primary focus of this course
is to provide a comprehensive experience
in managing digital valve controllers using
the ValveLinkTM software.
Overview
This 2-1/2 day course uses practical
excercies and discussions to teach the
student to interpret and analyze diagnostic
data obtained using FIELDVUE Digital Valve
Controllers and ValveLinkTM software.
Students will perform diagnostic tests on
a variety of valve/actuator combinations
and use the data to determine bench set,
dynamic error band, seat load, spring rate
and other pertinent parameters. Students
will also perform comparison tests on
valves/actuators containing assembly
or operating flaws and use the data for
troubleshooting purposes.
Prerequisites
Completion of courses: 1750, 1752 or 7036
prior to attending.
Topics
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Pneumatic Control Valve Terminolog
Features of the Digital Valve Controller
and ValveLinkTM Software
ValveLinkTM Diagnostic Tests
Data Interpretation
Troubleshooting Techniques
Comparison Testing Techniques
Performance Diagnostics
Overview
This lecture/lab style 2-1/2 day course
provides hands-on experience working
with FIELDVUE digital valve controller and
ValveLinkTM software. Students will be
able to execute ValveLinkTM calibration
and diagnostic routines, and create an
instrument database.
Prerequisites
Control valve experience and/or course
1400, 1300, 1710, or 1451.
Topics
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Introduction to ValveLinkTM Software
ValveLinkTM Tag and Database
Management
Configuration with ValveLinkTM
Calibration with ValveLinkTM
ValveLinkTM Advanced and
Performance Tier Diagnostics
Troubleshooting
Introduction to Diagnositc Data
Interpretation
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On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
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