2375 - Wireless Self Organizing Network
$1,880 (price per student; taxes extra)
8am MST-4pm MST (approximate end times)
8 Students (registration is first come, first serve)
This 2 day course explains how self-organizing wireless networks function and how they are installed, setup, configured, and integrated. It emphasizes planning, proper installation, and startup, configuration, maintenance, and integration. The course uses lectures and labs to maximize the hands on experience and teach the students.
Students who complete this course will:
correctly install and setup the 1420 wireless gateway
properly install and configure wireless transmitters
properly integrate host interfaces to the wireless gateway
How self-organizing networks function
Self-organizing Networks best practices
1420 installation and setup
648 and 3051S wireless transmitters installation, configuration, maintenance, and calibration
Using AMS Device Manager with the 1420 wireless gateway
Configuring wireless devices with AMS Device Manager
Operation of AMS Wireless SNAP-ON
Modbus serial integration
Modbus TCP integration
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.
Some experience in Networks & Host Integration would be helpful.