ReginaMar 11, 2024 - Mar 22, 202410 Day Course (Week 1 - Mar 11-15; Week 2 - Mar 18-22)
OV100 - Starting with Data Acquisition
For those new to the Ovation system, the Ovation Data Acquisition course covers Ovation terminology, Operator functions and the Ovation Controller physical layout. The course offers practice using the Ovation engineering tools that are designed to simplify data acquisition. Data acquisition types include digital, analog and analog temperature sensing sources, as well as introducing the end-user to the Developer Studio for point building and I/O module configuration.
OV200 - Building & Maintaining Ovation Control
The OV200 course is designed to provide proficiency in reading Ovation functional control schemes. Tuning, building and implementing new control schemes to improve performance are covered. Both modulating (analog) and discrete digital control schemes are included in the scope of the course. Discussions include the various types of control algorithms available and how they can be used to create effective control. The course is further intended for people who work with Ovation Controllers to tune and build analog and digital control schemes in a Windows environment.
OV300 - Ovation Troubleshooting
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
multiple - problem scenarios.