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SVA114 - Bettis TEC2000 Maintenance & Field Service (formally S-EIM-2)

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$1,000 CDN (price per student; taxes extra)


1 Day
8am MST - 4pm MST (approximate end time)

Max Capacity

9 students (registration is first come, first serve)


This 1 day course provides an overall working knowledge of the EIM Series TEC2000 (Total Electronic Control) electric actuator. This program provides the fundamentals of electrical operation, construction, assembly, hardware, software and hands-on configuration through the use of a RDM (Remote Display Module). Each student will learn how to identify and troubleshoot the electronic as well as mechanical components. Students will learn how to interconnect various control configurations for the TEC2000 units and they will learn the basic skills required to provide on-site operation, maintenance and servicing for Series TEC2000 actuators.

  • Identify the basic components and assemblies of a TEC2000 non-intrusive actuator byfunction, configuration and operation
  • Identify and locate the components that make up a TEC2000 package
  • Learn TEC2000 wiring diagram interpretation skills — these skills are required to operate and maintain the control package with its wide variety of control options
  • Configure the TEC2000 unit with local controls, RDM (Remote Display Module) and a laptop computer using factory supplied software
  • Develop the skills required to provide on-site operation, maintenance and servicing for Series TEC2000 model actuators


  •  TEC2000 actuators overview
  •  Actuator mechanics
  •  TEC2000 control package
  •  EIM product basics
  •  Model number codes and selection
  •  Wiring diagram and data sheet interpretation
  •  Setting travel and torque limits
  •  Configuration and software tools
  •  Recommended maintenance


This course is designed for technicians, mechanics, operators and others who are responsible for the installation, maintenance and efficient operation of EIM electric actuators.



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