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April


Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Operation BundlePower Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Operation Bundle Nashville (Franklin), TN 4/20/2020  - 4/23/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This 4-day overview course focuses on the what, how and why to use an EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert system. Students will be exposed to power monitoring fundamentals in order to set a baseline for class. Students will practice using PowerLogic and ION meter front panels to verify the configuration of devices that already exist in the system. In a hands-on lab environment, students will use the web applications offered in PME as they are featured in this class as the extraction and analysis of data is paramount. Students will learn how to quickly extract and analyze data from their system using tools like the new Incident Alarm Viewer, Trends, Dashboards, Diagrams and Reporter. Utilize the web User Manager tool to add local users to PME. The course then moves on with an overview of one of the engineering clients, Management Console, to ensure the attendees understand how to add as well as remove devices from the PME system. The course concludes with a round-robin session to ensure that students "take away" one tangible item they will do when they get back to their location and their PME system.


Who Should Attend:
Anyone who will be/is using PME, or migrating from our SMS or ION platforms.


Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Windows®
  • Basic metering terminology

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Understand basic power fundamentals and terminology
  • Verify the configuration of meters in a PME system
  • Analyze historical loads and consumption using Diagrams
  • Manage events and alarms in new Incident Alarm Viewer web tool
  • Setup local users with the User Manager web tool
  • Analyze power quality and waveform data in the new Waveform viewer
  • Create, manage, and automate reports with Web Reporter
  • Create and manage Trends in Trends web tool
  • Create and manage Dashboard web tool

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
6/15-18/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
8/10-13/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
10/5-8/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
12/7-10/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUOPS300B

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,576.16
Payment FAQs

May


Power Quality - Identification, Causation and Mitigation (3 Day)Power Quality - Identification, Causation and Mitigation (3 Day) Nashville (Franklin), TN 5/5/2020  - 5/7/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This 3-day course begins with a focus toward power quality theory that will lead to the identification, causation and mitigation of PQ issues in a facility. You will first gain an understanding of power systems, then move on to PQ basics. The terminology and theories will be covered to lay the ground work for the application of those theories, for PQ event identification within a facility. Once those have been discussed the 3rd day will focus on the mitigation of the issues discovered and discussed, prior. The instructor will utilize various training methodologies to communicate the PQ topics. A best practices list will be developed as well.


Who Should Attend:
Anyone responsible for the power monitoring system in a facility from an engineering and analysis or reliability and uptime standpoint.


Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Windows. 
  • Basic metering terminology
  • Experience with PME or other Power Monitoring software. 
  • Electrical Engineering background or Power system experience
  • Watch PQ videos on Karls Corner (http://www.pmutraining.com/pmutv.cfm?tvc_id=1)

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Understand Power systems - The Big Picture
  • Understand PQ basics
  • Diagnose where PQ problems originate from
  • Understand commonly used PQ terminology
  • Understand current PQ standards
  • View waveforms that represent PQ issues and understand and practice the process for analyzing such waveforms (local facility software can be used if PQ capability in software is available)
  • Understand how PQ and reliability are connected
  • Understand and explain about harmonics; what they are; where they come from; and the impact they have on equipment
  • View harmonics and understand the thought process for analyzing such charts
  • Understand and Explain PQ fundamentals; how it works in specific equipment (VFDs, lighting, motors, process control equip, standby power generators, telecom, transformers)
  • Understand and explain methods of mitigating power and PQ issues. Poor PF, Harmonics, Flicker and Voltage Regulation.

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
9/15-17/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUPQ350

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$2,423.68
Payment FAQs

Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Advanced ProgrammingPower Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Advanced Programming Nashville (Franklin), TN 5/18/2020  - 5/21/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This advanced programming course focuses on system and device level customization using the Designer interface in PME software. Students will learn the architecture of the ION meter along with using the Designer interface to examine the default frameworks. Students will be guided through a series of lab activities to creating custom applications for equipment monitoring, alarming, and logging. Students will learn to program the Virtual ION Processor(VIP)for special applications such as data aggregation, logging, and alarming. Students will then have the opportunity to create a custom virtual meter framework by aggregating multiple meters in the VIP and displaying the real-time and historical information from that newly created meter in the Vista application. Students will learn the differences between the default meter templates and firmware versions that can be uploaded to devices and be able to describe each. At the end of the course, students will have created frameworks for integrating the several types of WAGES devices available and programmed frameworks that will perform process and control applications.


Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for anyone who works with a PME system and has reasonable knowledge of the default functions of ION meters and PME software. This course may be appropriate for meter/instrumentation technicians, system engineers and system integrators who need to learn how to get the most out of their PME software and associated meters.


Prerequisites:
  • Working knowledge of PME software, especially experience using Vista
  • Working knowledge of the default capabilities of ION meters
  • General computer skills and basic working experience with Microsoft Windows
  • Completion of a PME Fundamentals, Operation or Overview course is recommended

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Describe ION architecture and ION module properties
  • Examine configuration of meters installed in a PME system
  • Understand the procedure to backup and restore a meter template
  • Construct programs to perform custom calculations
  • Describe how Designer and Vista work together
  • Build programs for logging and alarming
  • Construct programs for Advanced WAGES metering
  • Build programs to read Modbus registers from one device to an ION meter
  • Program applications to monitor processes and control functions
  • Understand the ION Reference document and how to use it
  • Learn best practices for programming in Designer

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
8/17-20/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
11/2-5/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUPROG320

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,334.24
Payment FAQs

June


Hardware Installation and Troubleshooting (4 Day)Hardware Installation and Troubleshooting (4 Day) Nashville (Franklin), TN 6/1/2020  - 6/4/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This 4-day course focuses on installation and setup of PowerLogic and ION metering. Participants will identify and resolve meter setup issues, CT and PT wiring issues, and meter communication network issues. Participants will examine the capabilities of specific PowerLogic and ION meters and learn how to select the correct meter for different metering points in a facility. Participants will explore the features of PowerLogic communication gateways and practice setup and configuration. The ION Setup Utility will be used to display real-time data tables for the purpose of verifying that meter CTs and PTs are correctly wired to the meters. The ION Setup Utility will also be used to setup logging and event detection for each meter in the system. Participants will also create and manage a basic system in EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert. This course provides an introduction to installing and setting up a metering system utilizing PowerLogic and ION hardware.


Who Should Attend:
Anyone who will be designing, installing, configuring, troubleshooting or maintaining PowerLogic and ION metering and communication devices.


Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Windows
  • Working knowledge and understanding of electrical terminology, concepts and calculations, including an understanding of the relationships among current, voltage, power and power factor in three-phase circuits

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Understand basic power fundamentals and terminology
  • Determine the capabilities of specific PowerLogic and ION metering devices
  • Use the PowerLogic and ION meter front panels
  • Use the ION Setup Utility to troubleshoot CT and PT wiring issues
  • Use the ION Setup Utility to modify and save meter configurations
  • Explain how to correctly mount and wire PowerLogic and ION meters
  • Upgrade the firmware of PowerLogic meters and ION meters
  • Troubleshoot meter wiring and communication issues
  • Configure PowerLogic gateways for device communications
  • Add PowerLogic and ION meters into a EcoStruxure system
  • Create a simple power monitoring system in EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert
  • Generate a Vista diagram and create basic Vista objects

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
8/31-3/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
11/9-12/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUHW300

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,334.24
Payment FAQs

Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Operation BundlePower Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Operation Bundle Nashville (Franklin), TN 6/15/2020  - 6/18/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This 4-day overview course focuses on the what, how and why to use an EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert system. Students will be exposed to power monitoring fundamentals in order to set a baseline for class. Students will practice using PowerLogic and ION meter front panels to verify the configuration of devices that already exist in the system. In a hands-on lab environment, students will use the web applications offered in PME as they are featured in this class as the extraction and analysis of data is paramount. Students will learn how to quickly extract and analyze data from their system using tools like the new Incident Alarm Viewer, Trends, Dashboards, Diagrams and Reporter. Utilize the web User Manager tool to add local users to PME. The course then moves on with an overview of one of the engineering clients, Management Console, to ensure the attendees understand how to add as well as remove devices from the PME system. The course concludes with a round-robin session to ensure that students "take away" one tangible item they will do when they get back to their location and their PME system.


Who Should Attend:
Anyone who will be/is using PME, or migrating from our SMS or ION platforms.


Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Windows®
  • Basic metering terminology

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Understand basic power fundamentals and terminology
  • Verify the configuration of meters in a PME system
  • Analyze historical loads and consumption using Diagrams
  • Manage events and alarms in new Incident Alarm Viewer web tool
  • Setup local users with the User Manager web tool
  • Analyze power quality and waveform data in the new Waveform viewer
  • Create, manage, and automate reports with Web Reporter
  • Create and manage Trends in Trends web tool
  • Create and manage Dashboard web tool

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
4/20-23/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
8/10-13/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
10/5-8/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
12/7-10/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUOPS300B

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,576.16
Payment FAQs

Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Administration and MaintenancePower Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Administration and Maintenance Nashville (Franklin), TN 6/22/2020  - 6/25/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
 This training curriculum focuses on teaching students to manage and maintain their Power Monitoring Expert (PME) systems to best meet their needs. Students will learn how to design PME systems and plan system deployments. The students will proceed to build up their systems by adding meters, adding user accounts, configuring meter hierarchies, and building custom graphics screens. The course will also cover integrating PME with 3rd party hardware, as well as database management, system maintenance and backup, and disaster recovery.


Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for anyone who is responsible for administering, maintaining, and/or supporting a PME system, such as system administrators (and possibly IT Admins), as well as advanced PME users.


Prerequisites:
     
  • A basic familiarity with using PME (recommend taking PME Operations class first)
  • A reasonable understanding of Microsoft Windows operating systems
  • A basic working knowledge of power and energy (watch Karls Corner vidoes)

Students Will Be Able To:
     
  • Understand and utilize system specifications to design a PME system
  • Explore new cyber security features for user management
  • Add meters and other hardware devices to the PME system
  • Configure Logical Devices and Hierarchies to simplify data aggregation and extraction
  • Design and build graphics screens
  • Incorporate 3rd party devices into the PME software
  • Understand database structures and modify or adjust default database maintenance tasks

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
10/12-15/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUADMIN310

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,334.24
Payment FAQs

August


Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Operation BundlePower Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Operation Bundle Nashville (Franklin), TN 8/10/2020  - 8/13/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This 4-day overview course focuses on the what, how and why to use an EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert system. Students will be exposed to power monitoring fundamentals in order to set a baseline for class. Students will practice using PowerLogic and ION meter front panels to verify the configuration of devices that already exist in the system. In a hands-on lab environment, students will use the web applications offered in PME as they are featured in this class as the extraction and analysis of data is paramount. Students will learn how to quickly extract and analyze data from their system using tools like the new Incident Alarm Viewer, Trends, Dashboards, Diagrams and Reporter. Utilize the web User Manager tool to add local users to PME. The course then moves on with an overview of one of the engineering clients, Management Console, to ensure the attendees understand how to add as well as remove devices from the PME system. The course concludes with a round-robin session to ensure that students "take away" one tangible item they will do when they get back to their location and their PME system.


Who Should Attend:
Anyone who will be/is using PME, or migrating from our SMS or ION platforms.


Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Windows®
  • Basic metering terminology

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Understand basic power fundamentals and terminology
  • Verify the configuration of meters in a PME system
  • Analyze historical loads and consumption using Diagrams
  • Manage events and alarms in new Incident Alarm Viewer web tool
  • Setup local users with the User Manager web tool
  • Analyze power quality and waveform data in the new Waveform viewer
  • Create, manage, and automate reports with Web Reporter
  • Create and manage Trends in Trends web tool
  • Create and manage Dashboard web tool

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
4/20-23/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
6/15-18/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
10/5-8/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
12/7-10/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUOPS300B

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,576.16
Payment FAQs

Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Advanced ProgrammingPower Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Advanced Programming Nashville (Franklin), TN 8/17/2020  - 8/20/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This advanced programming course focuses on system and device level customization using the Designer interface in PME software. Students will learn the architecture of the ION meter along with using the Designer interface to examine the default frameworks. Students will be guided through a series of lab activities to creating custom applications for equipment monitoring, alarming, and logging. Students will learn to program the Virtual ION Processor(VIP)for special applications such as data aggregation, logging, and alarming. Students will then have the opportunity to create a custom virtual meter framework by aggregating multiple meters in the VIP and displaying the real-time and historical information from that newly created meter in the Vista application. Students will learn the differences between the default meter templates and firmware versions that can be uploaded to devices and be able to describe each. At the end of the course, students will have created frameworks for integrating the several types of WAGES devices available and programmed frameworks that will perform process and control applications.


Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for anyone who works with a PME system and has reasonable knowledge of the default functions of ION meters and PME software. This course may be appropriate for meter/instrumentation technicians, system engineers and system integrators who need to learn how to get the most out of their PME software and associated meters.


Prerequisites:
  • Working knowledge of PME software, especially experience using Vista
  • Working knowledge of the default capabilities of ION meters
  • General computer skills and basic working experience with Microsoft Windows
  • Completion of a PME Fundamentals, Operation or Overview course is recommended

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Describe ION architecture and ION module properties
  • Examine configuration of meters installed in a PME system
  • Understand the procedure to backup and restore a meter template
  • Construct programs to perform custom calculations
  • Describe how Designer and Vista work together
  • Build programs for logging and alarming
  • Construct programs for Advanced WAGES metering
  • Build programs to read Modbus registers from one device to an ION meter
  • Program applications to monitor processes and control functions
  • Understand the ION Reference document and how to use it
  • Learn best practices for programming in Designer

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
5/18-21/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
11/2-5/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUPROG320

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,334.24
Payment FAQs

Hardware Installation and Troubleshooting (4 Day)Hardware Installation and Troubleshooting (4 Day) Nashville (Franklin), TN 8/31/2020  - 9/3/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This 4-day course focuses on installation and setup of PowerLogic and ION metering. Participants will identify and resolve meter setup issues, CT and PT wiring issues, and meter communication network issues. Participants will examine the capabilities of specific PowerLogic and ION meters and learn how to select the correct meter for different metering points in a facility. Participants will explore the features of PowerLogic communication gateways and practice setup and configuration. The ION Setup Utility will be used to display real-time data tables for the purpose of verifying that meter CTs and PTs are correctly wired to the meters. The ION Setup Utility will also be used to setup logging and event detection for each meter in the system. Participants will also create and manage a basic system in EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert. This course provides an introduction to installing and setting up a metering system utilizing PowerLogic and ION hardware.


Who Should Attend:
Anyone who will be designing, installing, configuring, troubleshooting or maintaining PowerLogic and ION metering and communication devices.


Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Windows
  • Working knowledge and understanding of electrical terminology, concepts and calculations, including an understanding of the relationships among current, voltage, power and power factor in three-phase circuits

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Understand basic power fundamentals and terminology
  • Determine the capabilities of specific PowerLogic and ION metering devices
  • Use the PowerLogic and ION meter front panels
  • Use the ION Setup Utility to troubleshoot CT and PT wiring issues
  • Use the ION Setup Utility to modify and save meter configurations
  • Explain how to correctly mount and wire PowerLogic and ION meters
  • Upgrade the firmware of PowerLogic meters and ION meters
  • Troubleshoot meter wiring and communication issues
  • Configure PowerLogic gateways for device communications
  • Add PowerLogic and ION meters into a EcoStruxure system
  • Create a simple power monitoring system in EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert
  • Generate a Vista diagram and create basic Vista objects

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
6/1-4/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
11/9-12/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUHW300

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,334.24
Payment FAQs

September


Power Quality - Identification, Causation and Mitigation (3 Day)Power Quality - Identification, Causation and Mitigation (3 Day) Nashville (Franklin), TN 9/15/2020  - 9/17/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This 3-day course begins with a focus toward power quality theory that will lead to the identification, causation and mitigation of PQ issues in a facility. You will first gain an understanding of power systems, then move on to PQ basics. The terminology and theories will be covered to lay the ground work for the application of those theories, for PQ event identification within a facility. Once those have been discussed the 3rd day will focus on the mitigation of the issues discovered and discussed, prior. The instructor will utilize various training methodologies to communicate the PQ topics. A best practices list will be developed as well.


Who Should Attend:
Anyone responsible for the power monitoring system in a facility from an engineering and analysis or reliability and uptime standpoint.


Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Windows. 
  • Basic metering terminology
  • Experience with PME or other Power Monitoring software. 
  • Electrical Engineering background or Power system experience
  • Watch PQ videos on Karls Corner (http://www.pmutraining.com/pmutv.cfm?tvc_id=1)

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Understand Power systems - The Big Picture
  • Understand PQ basics
  • Diagnose where PQ problems originate from
  • Understand commonly used PQ terminology
  • Understand current PQ standards
  • View waveforms that represent PQ issues and understand and practice the process for analyzing such waveforms (local facility software can be used if PQ capability in software is available)
  • Understand how PQ and reliability are connected
  • Understand and explain about harmonics; what they are; where they come from; and the impact they have on equipment
  • View harmonics and understand the thought process for analyzing such charts
  • Understand and Explain PQ fundamentals; how it works in specific equipment (VFDs, lighting, motors, process control equip, standby power generators, telecom, transformers)
  • Understand and explain methods of mitigating power and PQ issues. Poor PF, Harmonics, Flicker and Voltage Regulation.

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
5/5-7/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUPQ350

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$2,423.68
Payment FAQs

October


Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Operation BundlePower Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Operation Bundle Nashville (Franklin), TN 10/5/2020  - 10/8/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This 4-day overview course focuses on the what, how and why to use an EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert system. Students will be exposed to power monitoring fundamentals in order to set a baseline for class. Students will practice using PowerLogic and ION meter front panels to verify the configuration of devices that already exist in the system. In a hands-on lab environment, students will use the web applications offered in PME as they are featured in this class as the extraction and analysis of data is paramount. Students will learn how to quickly extract and analyze data from their system using tools like the new Incident Alarm Viewer, Trends, Dashboards, Diagrams and Reporter. Utilize the web User Manager tool to add local users to PME. The course then moves on with an overview of one of the engineering clients, Management Console, to ensure the attendees understand how to add as well as remove devices from the PME system. The course concludes with a round-robin session to ensure that students "take away" one tangible item they will do when they get back to their location and their PME system.


Who Should Attend:
Anyone who will be/is using PME, or migrating from our SMS or ION platforms.


Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Windows®
  • Basic metering terminology

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Understand basic power fundamentals and terminology
  • Verify the configuration of meters in a PME system
  • Analyze historical loads and consumption using Diagrams
  • Manage events and alarms in new Incident Alarm Viewer web tool
  • Setup local users with the User Manager web tool
  • Analyze power quality and waveform data in the new Waveform viewer
  • Create, manage, and automate reports with Web Reporter
  • Create and manage Trends in Trends web tool
  • Create and manage Dashboard web tool

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
4/20-23/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
6/15-18/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
8/10-13/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
12/7-10/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUOPS300B

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,576.16
Payment FAQs

Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Administration and MaintenancePower Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Administration and Maintenance Nashville (Franklin), TN 10/12/2020  - 10/15/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
 This training curriculum focuses on teaching students to manage and maintain their Power Monitoring Expert (PME) systems to best meet their needs. Students will learn how to design PME systems and plan system deployments. The students will proceed to build up their systems by adding meters, adding user accounts, configuring meter hierarchies, and building custom graphics screens. The course will also cover integrating PME with 3rd party hardware, as well as database management, system maintenance and backup, and disaster recovery.


Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for anyone who is responsible for administering, maintaining, and/or supporting a PME system, such as system administrators (and possibly IT Admins), as well as advanced PME users.


Prerequisites:
     
  • A basic familiarity with using PME (recommend taking PME Operations class first)
  • A reasonable understanding of Microsoft Windows operating systems
  • A basic working knowledge of power and energy (watch Karls Corner vidoes)

Students Will Be Able To:
     
  • Understand and utilize system specifications to design a PME system
  • Explore new cyber security features for user management
  • Add meters and other hardware devices to the PME system
  • Configure Logical Devices and Hierarchies to simplify data aggregation and extraction
  • Design and build graphics screens
  • Incorporate 3rd party devices into the PME software
  • Understand database structures and modify or adjust default database maintenance tasks

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
6/22-25/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUADMIN310

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,334.24
Payment FAQs

November


Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Advanced ProgrammingPower Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Advanced Programming Nashville (Franklin), TN 11/2/2020  - 11/5/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This advanced programming course focuses on system and device level customization using the Designer interface in PME software. Students will learn the architecture of the ION meter along with using the Designer interface to examine the default frameworks. Students will be guided through a series of lab activities to creating custom applications for equipment monitoring, alarming, and logging. Students will learn to program the Virtual ION Processor(VIP)for special applications such as data aggregation, logging, and alarming. Students will then have the opportunity to create a custom virtual meter framework by aggregating multiple meters in the VIP and displaying the real-time and historical information from that newly created meter in the Vista application. Students will learn the differences between the default meter templates and firmware versions that can be uploaded to devices and be able to describe each. At the end of the course, students will have created frameworks for integrating the several types of WAGES devices available and programmed frameworks that will perform process and control applications.


Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for anyone who works with a PME system and has reasonable knowledge of the default functions of ION meters and PME software. This course may be appropriate for meter/instrumentation technicians, system engineers and system integrators who need to learn how to get the most out of their PME software and associated meters.


Prerequisites:
  • Working knowledge of PME software, especially experience using Vista
  • Working knowledge of the default capabilities of ION meters
  • General computer skills and basic working experience with Microsoft Windows
  • Completion of a PME Fundamentals, Operation or Overview course is recommended

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Describe ION architecture and ION module properties
  • Examine configuration of meters installed in a PME system
  • Understand the procedure to backup and restore a meter template
  • Construct programs to perform custom calculations
  • Describe how Designer and Vista work together
  • Build programs for logging and alarming
  • Construct programs for Advanced WAGES metering
  • Build programs to read Modbus registers from one device to an ION meter
  • Program applications to monitor processes and control functions
  • Understand the ION Reference document and how to use it
  • Learn best practices for programming in Designer

Register Download Course Description

Other Available Dates:
5/18-21/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
8/17-20/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUPROG320

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,334.24
Payment FAQs

Hardware Installation and Troubleshooting (4 Day)Hardware Installation and Troubleshooting (4 Day) Nashville (Franklin), TN 11/9/2020  - 11/12/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This 4-day course focuses on installation and setup of PowerLogic and ION metering. Participants will identify and resolve meter setup issues, CT and PT wiring issues, and meter communication network issues. Participants will examine the capabilities of specific PowerLogic and ION meters and learn how to select the correct meter for different metering points in a facility. Participants will explore the features of PowerLogic communication gateways and practice setup and configuration. The ION Setup Utility will be used to display real-time data tables for the purpose of verifying that meter CTs and PTs are correctly wired to the meters. The ION Setup Utility will also be used to setup logging and event detection for each meter in the system. Participants will also create and manage a basic system in EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert. This course provides an introduction to installing and setting up a metering system utilizing PowerLogic and ION hardware.


Who Should Attend:
Anyone who will be designing, installing, configuring, troubleshooting or maintaining PowerLogic and ION metering and communication devices.


Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Windows
  • Working knowledge and understanding of electrical terminology, concepts and calculations, including an understanding of the relationships among current, voltage, power and power factor in three-phase circuits

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Understand basic power fundamentals and terminology
  • Determine the capabilities of specific PowerLogic and ION metering devices
  • Use the PowerLogic and ION meter front panels
  • Use the ION Setup Utility to troubleshoot CT and PT wiring issues
  • Use the ION Setup Utility to modify and save meter configurations
  • Explain how to correctly mount and wire PowerLogic and ION meters
  • Upgrade the firmware of PowerLogic meters and ION meters
  • Troubleshoot meter wiring and communication issues
  • Configure PowerLogic gateways for device communications
  • Add PowerLogic and ION meters into a EcoStruxure system
  • Create a simple power monitoring system in EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert
  • Generate a Vista diagram and create basic Vista objects

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Other Available Dates:
6/1-4/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
8/31-3/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUHW300

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,334.24
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December


Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Operation BundlePower Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Operation Bundle Nashville (Franklin), TN 12/7/2020  - 12/10/2020 MORE INFO

Overview:
This 4-day overview course focuses on the what, how and why to use an EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert system. Students will be exposed to power monitoring fundamentals in order to set a baseline for class. Students will practice using PowerLogic and ION meter front panels to verify the configuration of devices that already exist in the system. In a hands-on lab environment, students will use the web applications offered in PME as they are featured in this class as the extraction and analysis of data is paramount. Students will learn how to quickly extract and analyze data from their system using tools like the new Incident Alarm Viewer, Trends, Dashboards, Diagrams and Reporter. Utilize the web User Manager tool to add local users to PME. The course then moves on with an overview of one of the engineering clients, Management Console, to ensure the attendees understand how to add as well as remove devices from the PME system. The course concludes with a round-robin session to ensure that students "take away" one tangible item they will do when they get back to their location and their PME system.


Who Should Attend:
Anyone who will be/is using PME, or migrating from our SMS or ION platforms.


Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Windows®
  • Basic metering terminology

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Understand basic power fundamentals and terminology
  • Verify the configuration of meters in a PME system
  • Analyze historical loads and consumption using Diagrams
  • Manage events and alarms in new Incident Alarm Viewer web tool
  • Setup local users with the User Manager web tool
  • Analyze power quality and waveform data in the new Waveform viewer
  • Create, manage, and automate reports with Web Reporter
  • Create and manage Trends in Trends web tool
  • Create and manage Dashboard web tool

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Other Available Dates:
4/20-23/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
6/15-18/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
8/10-13/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN
10/5-8/2020, Nashville (Franklin), TN

Course Number:
3000PMUOPS300B

Course Type:
Factory

Location:
Nashville (Franklin), TN

Web Price:
$3,576.16
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EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Advanced Programming - Intro WebinarEcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Advanced Programming - Intro Webinar MORE INFO

Overview:
This advanced programming webinar focuses on an introduction the Designer interface in PME software. Students will learn the architecture of the ION meter along with using the Designer interface to examine the default frameworks. Students will also be introduced to the Virtual ION Processor (VIP) navigation and features.  Students will learn the differences between the default meter templates and firmware versions that can be uploaded to devices and be able to describe each. At the end of the course, students will have learned how to open and navigate the nodes available to the Designer tool as well as best practices for programs creation and backup of .dcf and .cfg files to preserve the node environment.




Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for anyone who works with a PME system and has reasonable knowledge of the default functions of ION meters and PME software. This course may be appropriate for meter/instrumentation technicians, system engineers and system integrators who need to learn how to get the most out of their PME software and associated meters.


Prerequisites:

  • Working knowledge of PME software, especially experience using Vista
  • Working knowledge of the default capabilities of ION meters
  • General computer skills and basic working experience with Microsoft Windows
  • Completion of a PME Fundamentals or Overview course is recommended

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Describe ION architecture and ION module properties
  • Examine configuration of meters installed in a PME system
  • Understand the VIP node and capabilities
  • Understand the procedure to backup and restore a meter template
  • Understand relevant documentation
  •  

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Course Number:
3000PMUWEBADV401

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EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Advanced Programming - Linking Vista to Designer for Visualization and ControlEcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Advanced Programming - Linking Vista to Designer for Visualization and Control MORE INFO

Overview:
This advanced programming course focuses on system and device level customization using the Designer interface in PME software. Students will learn how to link the Vista application to Designer to display real-time values, status, and pass program variables to Designer. Best practices will be shown to use Vista to augment the Designer programming interface.


Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for anyone who works with a PME system and has reasonable knowledge of the default functions of ION meters and PME software. This course may be appropriate for meter/instrumentation technicians, system engineers and system integrators who need to learn how to get the most out of their PME software and associated meters.


Prerequisites:
  • Working knowledge of PME software, especially experience using Vista
  • Working knowledge of the default capabilities of ION meters
  • General computer skills and basic working experience with Microsoft Windows
  • Completion of a PME Fundamentals or Overview course is recommended

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Describe how Designer and Vista work together

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Course Number:
3000PMUWEBADV403

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Webinar Location:
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EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Advanced Programming - Logging and Alarming WebinarEcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 9.x Advanced Programming - Logging and Alarming Webinar MORE INFO

Overview:
This advanced programming course focuses on system and device level customization using the Designer interface in PME software. Students will be guided through a series of lab activities to creating custom applications for equipment monitoring, alarming and logging. Students will learn to program the Virtual ION Processor (VIP) for special applications such as logging, and alarming.  


Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for anyone who works with a PME system and has reasonable knowledge of the default functions of ION meters and PME software. This course may be appropriate for meter/instrumentation technicians, system engineers and system integrators who need to learn how to get the most out of their PME software and associated meters.


Prerequisites:
  • Working knowledge of PME software, especially experience using Vista
  • Working knowledge of the default capabilities of ION meters
  • General computer skills and basic working experience with Microsoft Windows
  • Completion of a PME Fundamentals or Overview course is recommended
  •  

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Build programs for logging and alarming
  • Learn best practices for programming in Designer

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Course Number:
3000PMUWEBADV402

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Webinar Location:
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NAVFAC AMI WorkshopNAVFAC AMI Workshop MORE INFO

Overview:
 
This 4-day course is designed to cover the understanding and use of the NAVFAC AMI System and all of the customization that gets incorporated into these systems. Students will gain a greater understanding of all the components that make up the AMI system and how they all tie together to act as a powerful Energy Management tool. Students will learn how to navigate the Web Client tools to extract data from the PME database. They will also learn best practices for configuring new devices, as well as integrating them into the AMI system. Lab activities will include viewing data of all types using the various tools built into the ION Enterprise/StruxureWare Power Monitoring software package, as well as hardware and software troubleshooting. This course is intended to be a step above the training that has already been delivered locally to each individual base. The topics covered will not only cover how to use what has been provided to the US Navy, but how the end user can customize the system above and beyond in order to make it their own.



Who Should Attend:
Anyone who will be using or is already using the NAVFAC AMI System, preferably those who have already attended the local on-base training and gathered a working knowledge of the system. This training is geared more toward those making strategic decisions regarding the AMI System as opposed to simply the everyday user.


Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Windows
  • Basic metering terminology
  • Prior attendance at local on-base AMI training, or at least some self-guided experience using the AMI System if attendance was not possible at the original training

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Understand the various components and topologies of the NAVFAC AMI
  • Verify the configuration of meters in the AMI System
  • Conduct real-time monitoring using various tools
  • Develop a Dashboard to show summaries of data on a home-page diagram
  • Add Schneider Electric devices into the AMI System
  • Create virtual meters from existing hardware of VIP calculations
  • Perform troubleshooting tasks to pinpoint system maintenance and repair
  • Understand the basics of working with wireless radio communications devices
  • Extract data from the AMI System for integration in the CIRCUITS software

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Course Number:
3000PMUNAVFACAMI

Course Type:
TBD Location:
TBD

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PME Elective Series - Devices WebinarPME Elective Series - Devices Webinar MORE INFO

Overview:
This training curriculum focuses on teaching students to manage and maintain their Power Monitoring Expert (PME) systems to best meet their needs. Students will learn how to build up their systems by adding meters, modifying device and site names, communication parameters, and proper procedure for removing sites, devices, and associated historical data.  The course will also cover integrating PME with 3rd party hardware.


Who Should Attend:
This Webinar course is designed for anyone who is responsible for administering, maintaining, and/or supporting a PME system, such as application engineers, system administrators (and possibly IT Admins), as well as advanced PME users.


Prerequisites:
  • A basic familiarity with using PME
  • A reasonable understanding of Microsoft Windows operating systems 
  • Working knowledge and understanding of electrical terminology, concepts and calculations, including an understanding of the relationships among current, voltage, power, and power factor in three‐phase circuits.

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Add meters and other hardware devices to the PME system
  • Configure Logical Devices to simplify data aggregation and extraction 
  • Design and build custom graphics screens 
  • Incorporate 3rd party devices into the PME software 

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Course Number:
3000PMUWEBADMIN301

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Webinar Location:
TBD

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PME Elective Series - Hardware WebinarPME Elective Series - Hardware Webinar MORE INFO

Overview:
This Webinar course focuses on installation and setup of PowerLogic and ION metering. Participants will identify and resolve meter setup issues, CT and PT wiring issues, and meter communication network issues. Participants will examine the capabilities of specific PowerLogic and ION meters and learn how to select the correct meter for different metering points in a facility.  The ION Setup Utility will be used to display real‐time data tables for the purpose of verifying that meter CTs and PTs are correctly wired to the meters. The ION Setup Utility will also be used to setup logging and event detection for each meter in the system. This course introduces installing and setting up a metering system utilizing PowerLogic and ION hardware.  
 
 



Who Should Attend:
Anyone who will be designing, installing, configuring, troubleshooting, or maintaining PowerLogic and ION power meters.


Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Windows.
  • Working knowledge and understanding of electrical terminology, concepts and calculations, including an understanding of the relationships among current, voltage, power, and power factor in three‐phase circuits.

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Determine the capabilities of specific PowerLogic and ION metering devices
  • Use the PowerLogic and ION meter front panels 
  • Use the ION Setup Utility to troubleshoot CT and PT wiring issues 
  • Use the ION Setup Utility to modify and save meter configurations 
  • Troubleshoot meter wiring and communication issues 

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Course Number:
3000PMUWEBIT201

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Webinar Location:
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PME Elective Series - Troubleshooting & Disaster Recovery WebinarPME Elective Series - Troubleshooting & Disaster Recovery Webinar MORE INFO

Overview:
 This training curriculum focuses on teaching students to manage and maintain their Power Monitoring Expert (PME) systems to best meet their needs. The course will cover User Management, database management, available troubleshooting tools, system maintenance and backup, and best practices for disaster recovery.


Who Should Attend:
This Webinar course is designed for anyone who is responsible for administering, maintaining, and/or supporting a PME system, such as application engineers, system administrators (and possibly IT Admins), as well as advanced PME users.


Prerequisites:
  • A basic familiarity with using PME
  • A reasonable understanding of Microsoft Windows operating systems
  • Have attended “PMU Administration Webinar – Devices” or have equivalent knowledge and experience.
  •  

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Explore new cyber security features for User Management
  • Understand database structure and modify or adjust default database maintenance tasks
  • Use available troubleshooting tools and resources
  • Develop and implement a Disaster Recovery plan for PME

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Course Number:
3000PMUWEBADMIN302

Course Type:
Webinar Location:
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PME Elective Series - Using Web Reports to Share Critical Electrical Data About Your Facility WebinarPME Elective Series - Using Web Reports to Share Critical Electrical Data About Your Facility Webinar MORE INFO

Overview:
As with all our elective series classes, this remote session will cover a specific task, tool or use case as it pertains to the PME platform. Reports displays pre-defined report templates that can be used to view and analysis historical data from the system. These capabilities as well the pertinent use cases of the Reports tool will not only be covered with presentation and discussion but also practiced; with a hands-on lab session for the attendees. 


Who Should Attend:
Those that already have a version of EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert installed


Prerequisites:
  • Be familiar with the concepts of power monitoring
  • Be familiar with the concepts of energy management
  • Be familiar with Microsoft Windows
  • Be familiar with the Power Monitoring Expert web platform

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Generate and view a report.
  • Save a report for faster generation in the future. 
  • Export a report to any supported format. 
  • Share a saved report with other users (or groups) in the system. 
  • Create a subscription to automatically generate and save a report. 
  • Understand WHY Reports can be useful to an organization

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Course Number:
3000PMUWEBOP102

Course Type:
Webinar Location:
TBD

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PME Elective Series - Visualizing Data with Dashboards WebinarPME Elective Series - Visualizing Data with Dashboards Webinar MORE INFO

Overview:
As with all our elective series classes this remote session will cover a specific task, tool or use case as it pertains to the PME platform. Dashboards is a component of the Power Monitoring Expert web client that allows the user to visualize past and present energy usage in meaningful graphic representations called gadgets. Gadgets are used to display various information within a single dashboard. Dashboards can also be enabled to run as an autonomous slideshow for display in the main entrance of a facility. These capabilities as well the pertinent use cases of the dashboard tool will not only be covered with presentation and discussion but also practiced; with a hands-on lab session for the attendees.


Who Should Attend:
Students that already have a version of EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert installed.


Prerequisites:
  • Be familiar with the concepts of power monitoring
  • Be familiar with the concepts of energy management
  • Be familiar with Microsoft Windows
  • Be familiar with the Power Monitoring Expert web platform

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Differentiate between configuration options and gadget types.
  • Create visually aesthetic dashboards utilizing different layouts and imagery.
  • Manipulate and edit existing dashboards to ensure proper historical data is displayed. 
  • Manage and share dashboards through the use of the slideshow feature.
  • Utilize the Grid Gadget to view real time data. 
  • Understand WHY dashboards can be of value to an organization

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Course Number:
3000PMUWEBOP101

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Webinar Location:
TBD

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PowerSCADA (PSO) Operations OnsitePowerSCADA (PSO) Operations Onsite MORE INFO

Overview:
 

This training curriculum focuses on teaching EPMS users on how to operate their power monitoring system to best meet their needs. Students will learn how to acquire and analyze real-time, historical, and alarm/event information from their EPMS system.


Who Should Attend:
This onsite course is for owners of a PowerSCADA system and need to learn how to operate and maintain the system.


Prerequisites:

     
  • Reasonable proficiency with the Microsoft Windows Operating System
  • Basic working knowledge of power control installations
  • Clear understanding of Power Management devices
  •  

Students Will Be Able To:

              Understand the value of a Power Monitoring solution and their site design

          View historical data using a variety of tools within the PowerSCADA Client

          View realtime data using a variety of tools within the PowerSCADA Client

          View and manage Alarm/Events using the Alarm Viewer

          Automate Reports using Web Reporter subscriptions

    Understand the value of a Power Monitoring solution and their site design
    View historical
    data using a variety of tools within the
    PowerSCADA Client
    View realtime data using a variety of tools within the
    PowerSCADA Client
    View and manage Alarm/Events using the Alarm Viewer
    Automate Reports using Web Reporter subscriptions

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Course Number:
3000PLSCADASITE

Course Type:
Onsite Location:
TBD

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TBD
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On Demand


EEMTrainerEEMTrainer MORE INFO

Overview:
This online course focuses on how to use an EEM system effectively.  Students will learn how to configure trends, view historical data, and create reports. This course provides a comprehensive overview of the capabilities of an EEM system and the practical skills to use it successfully.


Who Should Attend:
Anyone who will be or is already using EEM


Prerequisites:
  • Basic Computer Skills  
  • Understanding of basic metering terminoly
  • Understanding of basic power quality terminology

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Explain Key features of an EEM System
  • Create trend analyses and data manipulation using EEM software
  • Run and understand reports
  • Create models for systems
  • Create and share dashboards
  • Create external web links for their dashboards
  • Manually enter data using manual data entry interface
  • Create data quality templates and reports with administrative tool
  • Learn the concept of hierarchies and where they are used

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Course Number:
3000PMUEEMT301

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On Demand Location:
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SMSTrainerSMSTrainer MORE INFO

Overview:
This online course provides a comprehensive overview of the capabilities of a PowerLogic Power Monitoring system using System Manager Software (SMS4.x). The course is designed to look at a system that is already commissioned and logging data. Within this course students will learn the benefits to monitoring power and how to extract real time or historical data from their SMS4.x system.


Who Should Attend:
Anyone who is currently using SMS4.x to manage their facility's energy usage.


Prerequisites:
  • Select and differentiate between the different products of the different componeents of a PowerLogic Power Power Montioring system
  • Extract data from a PowerLogic power monitoring system using programs within the system
  • Develop cost reduction strategies with the information you extract from the system
  • Audit their existing system to determine sytem design and device configurations
  • Make changes to an existing system, like add a device using SMS Setup Utility

Students Will Be Able To:
  • Select and differentiate between the different products of the different components of a PowerLogic Power Monitoring system
  • Extract data from a PowerLogic power monitoring system using programs within the system
  • Develop cost reduction strategies with the information you extract from the system
  • Audit their existing system to determine system design and device configurations
  • Make changes to an existing system like add a device using SMS Setup Utility

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Course Number:
3000PMUSMST301

Course Type:
On Demand Location:
TBD

Web Price:
TBD
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