The equipment used in this course has been evaluated as Hazard Risk Category 2 (HRC-2). In accordance with NFPA 70E standards, HRC-2 rated equipment requires the following PPE for personnel working inside the arc flash boundary: Fire Retardant clothing (rated HRC-2 or 8 cal), rubber gloves + leather gloves, safety glasses, and hard hat with arc face shield.
Attendees must be wearing appropriate protective clothing as specified. For those traveling by air, we can provide a limited number of hard hats with arc face shields if required, rubber/leather gloves and safety glasses. If driving, please bring your own PPE.
Any student who fails to comply will not be allowed in the lab areas for any hands-on training portion of this class.
C451 Customer Centac MicroController (CMC)
2015 Dates: Aug. 17-21
Duration: 5 days
Days 1 - 3 ⇒ $1,700/person
Recommended for customers who have the standard CMC software.
Days 1 - 4 ⇒ $2,300/person
Recommmended for customers who have the advanced CMC software.
Day 5 ⇒ + $600/person
Recommended for customers who have the CMC Service Tools software. (Day 5 Only is also an option.) Note: Attendees for Day 5 - Customer must have purchased a licensed copy of the CMC Service Tool software.
Description: This course is designed to introduce technicians and engineers to Centac Controls and the CMC Service Tools software while teaching operation, maintenance, tuning, and troubleshooting basics.
Day 1: CMC control basics; Centac principles of operation, Centac performance curve, CMC control methodologies
Day 2: CMC hardware, user Interface data and settings for limit amp control
Day 3: PID control loops and tuning
Day 4: Ambient control; parallel valve logic, additional advanced features
Day 5: CMC Service Tools Software; installation, software structure, downloading/changing programs, tuning and troubleshooting tools, and additional features only accessible through the Service Tools software
Requirements: Participants are responsibe for bringing laptop computers for the CMC Service Tools Software training. A minimum of one computer for every two people is required.