Uses Interactive Simulations, Never Expires, No Annual Fees
This HMI training course uses RSView 32 to teach HMI basics, RSLinx communications, DDE-OPC topics, and excel, creating a new RSView project, RSView graphics, and more. Data logging is a valuable tool for Predictive Maintenance and activity logs help to prepare for IIoT, Preventive and Predictive Maintenance; this HMI training covers both.
Alarming is an extremely important aspect of HMI and SCADA systems, so this course is designed to give the learner a firm understanding of the use and configuration of both digital and analog alarms.
- RSLinx HMI Communications
- DDE Topics & Excel
- Create new RSView HMI Project
- Create HMI Screens & Animations
- HMI Data Logging
- Runtime Mode
- Automation Glossary
- Final Exam
- Mini LMS (Site License only)
- Password protected Student Log File (Site License only)
- Ability to print Certificate of Completion
- Ability to print test responses
- Ability to bookmark
- Learners will have a firm foundation in Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) to begin working with HMIs in an industrial environment.
TIP: As most industrial-related software is designed for Windows operating systems, students should use and gain experience using a Windows computer, not a MAC or cloud-based tablet.
Note: It is recommended that you take the PLC Programming Basics Course before taking this troubleshooting course. The competent technician will have a good working knowledge of the processes and procedures involved in creating these runtime versions. Upon completion of this unit, you will be able to discuss and use runtime versions of practical visualization systems.
This course software is delivered as a download. Compatible with Win 10, and all other Windows operating systems down to XP. Minimum hardware, 300meg hard drive space, 16meg Ram.
The Single Learner (Delegate) license that installs on one student/learner's computer and never expires.
The perpetual Site License is for unlimited users and installations per facility, never expires, and no annual fees.
Electronic - HTML format is delivered via USB with downloadable content
Who Should Attend
- Instrumentation Techs