Fin Stack Training:
This 4-day class is to prepare System Integrators to be confident in their ability to install and configure the FIN Stack Building Automation Framework into a typical integration job.
Students must bring their own laptop for in-class labs and activities. It is highly recommended that students bring an actual mouse to use with their PC, as it is difficult to be efficient using only the touchpad on the laptop. A special software license will be provided to allow for the use of the software during the class.
Laptops should meet the following minimal requirements• Students must have administrative rights to their Windows account on their PC. • Windows or Mac PC can be used, but if Mac, user should have knowledge of how to properly configure network ports, bridge VM network functions, etc. • Google Chrome is required for use with FIN Stack software. (Other browsers may work, but to varying degrees of success, at this time.)
Distech 6001 Certification Class:The #6001 course has been developed to complete the Distech Controls Applications & Controllers Certification Program. This in-class training introduces and describes key concepts and knowledge about Distech Controls applications and controllers using the EC-NetAX software and provides the hands-on opportunities needed to firmly establish the proficiency required in today’s competitive marketplace. Features related to both LONWORKS-based (ECL) and BACnet-based (ECB and ECLYPSE) programmable controllers (including the recently released x50-series LCD-based controllers) are covered in an easy and convenient method to provide the needed requirements to complete the Certification Program with confidence.As part of this course, the Certification Program also includes a pre-requisite e-Training #601 presentation followed by a final examination that validates a working understanding of the key concepts and ensures Distech Controls Factory Certification. The precertification e-Training #601 is available online on SmartTrack and must be completed prior to attending the #6001 classroom training.Requirements:Company or personal laptop with:• Wireless card• Windows 10, 8.x, 7• Ability/rights to turn off Windows firewall• Admin rights to download/install software
REQUIRED SKILLS• Functional working knowledge of Windows and PCs• Navigating the Windows and software architecture Locating files within a Using a mouse/keyboard Downloading software• Following and executing a step-by-step procedure/processPRE-REQUISITES• NiagaraAX Certification e-Training #601 (online access is provided with #6001 registration) with minimum of 70% on final exam• Software (EC-NetAX and EC-gfxProgram) pre-installed• Latest Support Pack/Productivity Enhancement Tools pre-installed
Niagara 4 Certification – Level 1Taught by Vern Peterson with MOV Training, this in-depth class on the Niagara 4 Platform ends with a certification test.
PLEASE NOTE: The certification training classes offered by M.O.V. Training Services arefast paced, intensive training classes on a sophisticated software program. These classes ARE NOT classes on how to use Microsoft Windows. Students who register for these classes are expected to have at least basic skills on a Windows 7 or newer computer (note, Windows 7 is used on the computers you will use in the classroom). If you don't know the difference between a right and left mouse click, these classes are not for you. You are informed here that the class WILL NOT slow down to accommodate students who can't navigate file paths or perform other basic Windows computer functions. No refund of tuition will be made to students who don't heed this information.
Niagara 4 Certification – Level 2:PLEASE NOTE: There is an enforced pre-requisite to attend this class. You MUST be Niagara 4 Certified at Level 1 before you can attend this class. We will verifiy certification with Tridium when you register for the class. Additionally, we strongly suggest that you have a good working knowledge of Niagara 4. PLEASE NOTE: The certification training classes offered by M.O.V. Training Services are fast paced, intensive training classes on a sophisticated software program. These classes ARE NOT classes on how to use Microsoft Windows. Students who register for these classes are expected to have at least basic skills on a Windows 7 or newer computer (note, Windows 7 is used on the computers you will use in the classroom). If you don't know the difference between a right and left mouse click, these classes are not for you. You are informed here that the class WILL NOT slow down to accommodate students who can't navigate file paths or perform other basic Windows computer functions. No refund of tuition will be made to students who don't heed this information.http://www.movtraining.com/level-ii-advanced-niagara4-certificationtraining#
Flame Safeguard: You will learn about flame safeguard systems, applications, and troubleshooting. Topics include relays, flame detection, limits, controllers, fuel trains, and fuel/air ratio control. It covers codes and standards for commercial and industrial applications, and systems for hot water and steam boilers and process burners.
DDC Fundamentals: This class is designed for DDC installers and technicians to learn open and closed loop control, elements, control points and actions, fan modulation, system architecture, and field device applications. You will study P, PI & PID, loops and applications. Please note that it does NOT teach programming.
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IDEC PLC+HMI Training: IDEC training courses are highly recommended for all OEM, technicians, supervisors, engineers, designers, machine builders, system integrators, maintenance personnel and end users with IDEC equipment. Anyone involved with the design and integration/operation of programmable logic controllers in industrial automation. Anyone who wants to maximize their practical skills and knowledge of IDEC automation products in order to improve work efficiency will benefit greatly from these courses.