Uses application programs and advanced programming techniques, including the use of memory segments combined with pointer manipulation, to enhance advanced graphic programming skills.
The three day course provides thorough information on how to configure and use AMS Intelligent Device Manager (DM) with your Ovation DCS.
OV200-WIN is designed to provide proficiency in reading Ovation functional control schemes. Tuning, building and implementing new control schemes to improve performance are also covered.
Covers building Ovation system graphic diagrams and using the Ovation Graphics Builder.
This course provides the history and fundamentals of generator excitation with an overview of the excitation types and concepts of SCR bridges.
The Enterprise Data Server (EDS) course is a four day class designed to give the students a detailed understanding of the EDS.
This course focuses on Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) reporting through the Nitroview/McAfee module of the Ovation Security Center.
Offered as a stand-alone web-based exam or implemented with a pre-testing review, the OV420-WIN measures the student’s proficiency in areas that address the overall Ovation system configuration while maintaining the integrity of the system software.
Offered as a stand-alone web-based exam or implemented with a pre-testing review and exam, the OV430-WIN measures the student’s proficiency in applying security packages and to manage, enhance and update the cyber security of the Ovation Control System.
Builds off of previous control-building knowledge to teach implementation of control design.
This course will provide a thorough explanation of DeviceNet applications as applied to an Ovation system.
Offers a thorough knowledge of fieldbus applications as applied to an Ovation system.
This course will provide students with a thorough explanation of Profibus applications as applied to an Ovation system.
Reviews standard control logic used in Ovation systems for a typical, coal-fired, drum-type boiler.
Measures a student’s proficiency in all aspects of Ovation system administration, configuration, and operation.
This course will teach students to set-up and retrieve historical and real-time data using the Historian.
This course will provide the user with proficiency in updating the Ovation interface after a change has been made to the Bailey I/O.
This course provides an overview of the Emerson Mechanical Hydraulic Products and instructions on how to maintain the Emerson Equipment.
Developed for personnel whose primary interest and/or assignment is maintaining Ovation Hardware.
Provides an understanding of general networking concepts, as well as Ovation-specific network configurations for Fast Ethernet systems.
Provides the ability to use the Ovation system to perform Trends, understand Alarming, Point (tag) details and searches as well review graphics.
This course will teach students to configure and retrieve historical data using the Ovation Process Historian (OPH) and Crystal Reports.
Provides knowledge to setup and configure the Ovation Process Historian to retrieve real-time and historical data.
Teaches the basic components of an Ovation SCADA system.
The Ovation Security Center (OSC) course consists of a suite of security packages and services that allow the attending student to enhance and manage the cyber security of Ovation Distributive Control System without disrupting the controlled process.
Guides students in the proper planning and installation of security for Ovation systems version 2.4 and later.
Contains and connects software topic segments from five different Ovation one-week courses: OV100, OV200, OV210, OV230 and OV300.
Examines the Ovation steam turbine control system functions, including operation, graphics, and control logic, using tie-back simulators.
Addresses configuring the system and maintaining the integrity of Ovation system software.
The course teaches students how to create specialized I/O links to non-Ovation field devices using both serial link modules and the Ovation Ethernet highway.
Provides the skills and methods to troubleshoot and repair faults in the data acquisition and control functions of the Ovation system.
Provides the skills to fully utilize the special features of I/O related to HART and smart field devices attached to their Ovation system.
Simulator Instructor Station training course
Teaches instructors the process of planning, preparing, validating, executing, and evaluating simulator training sessions for plant operators.
Applies the customer’s simulator to exercise, refresh and test the operating skills of experienced plant operators.
Applies the customer’s simulator to develop the operating skills of new plant operators.
Designed to teach the Ovation Windows 3.5 software utility packages from a higher level.
Reviews the major components in an Ovation System (controllers, network switches, Operator Station and Engineer Station).
This course provides expert knowledge of the Emerson Mechanical Hydraulic Products. Students will also learn how to maintain the Emerson Equipment.