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PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2006 5:34 am Post subject: Drive Technology For Systems Integrators and Design Engineer Reply with quote

Drive Technology For Systems Integrators and Design Engineers is name of a multi-hour series of courses offered by Bardac.

Here are the courses' outline:

These courses assume a reasonable depth of knowledge of the basic principles of both AC and DC drive technologies and applications, a general familiarity with industrial control products such as PLCs, serial communications, SCADA systems, etc., and professional knowledge of industrial safety procedures. The course content will focus on system design for more complex applications.

2a) Optidrive - Industrial AC Drives (3 hours)

* Overview
* Horsepower ratings & typical applications
* Features and i/o
* Installation and start up configurations
* Optional features
* Communications and drive.web options
* AC inverter duty motor specification

2b) E-Series - Sensorless (Open Loop) Vector and Closed Loop Flux Vector drives (3 hours)

* Overview
* Horsepower ratings & typical applications
* Features, i/o and advanced application functions
* Installation and start up configurations
* Optional features
* Overview of Vysta custom configuration software tools
* Communications and drive.web options
* AC inverter duty motor specification

2c) Vysta Custom Configuration Software (8 hours)

* Vysta Overview
* Creating and modifying Screen Lists
* Creating and modifying Schematics
* Troubleshooting designs
* Uploading and downloading configuration files
* Using Modbus Logger and Drivelink
* Interfacing to the drive Standard Program

2d) PL-Series - Digital DC Drives (4 hours)

* Overview
* Horsepower ratings & typical applications
* Features, i/o and advanced application functions
* Installation and start up configurations
* Optional features
* PL Pilot custom configuration software tools
* Communications and drive.web options
* DC motor specification

2e) PL-Series - Digital DC Drive - Standard Application Solutions (3 hours)

* Fully compensated open loop winders
* Closed loop winders - dancer or loadcell controlled
* PID section control
* Spindle orientation

2f) Single Phase - DC Drives (1 hour)

* Overview
* Horsepower ratings & typical applications
* Features and i/o
* Installation and start up configurations
* Optional features
* Communications and drive.web options

2g) Routine maintenance of AC and DC drives and motors (1 hour)

* The importance of the operating environment
* Equipment safety considerations
* Spares holding policies
* Storage and organization of documentation and backup of configuration data files
* Where to find information when you need it
* drive.web online systems support

2h) drive.web introduction for Systems Integrators and Design Engineers (2 hours)

* drive.web distributed control technology overview
* create a "phantom" drive system with AC & DC drives
* navigate around drive block diagrams and drive systems
* identify object attributes
* connect parameters together
* monitor and set parameter values
* set user access levels and passwords
* using parameter "docks"
* show parameter value trend charts, etc.


For more information, contact Bardac at 1-888-667-7333 (toll free USA 888-ON SPEED)
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