Monday-Thursday 8am MST – 4pm MST
Friday 8am MST - 12pm MST (approximate end times)
9 students (registration is first come, first serve)
During the 4.5 day course, the student will be able to identify function block structures, interpret function block status values, design error masking, define nodes, configure class-based control modules using the Command-Driven algorithm. This course includes access to a virtual DeltaV system to practice and review course workshops complete with brief recorded demonstrations available after course completion.
Configuration of Equipment Modules for Supervisory Control
Custom Faceplates and Dynamos
Function Block Structures & Status Values
Analog Control Palette Blocks PID Bias/Gain, Deadtime, Ratio, Signal Characterizer, Splitter
HART Inputs and Outputs
HART Device Alarms
AMS Intelligent Device Manager
DeltaV Tune with InSight
Device Control Options
Class Based Control Modules
This course is for process control engineers responsible for designing, implementing and testing configuration using the DeltaV system.