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SEM250.3A – Automation Studio Training: Intermediate Control and Visualization

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    • SEM250.3A

    • Description:
      • You’ll be able to use text-based program editors in Automation Studio. Structured Text will be the language of choice for the intermediate courses, but the instructor can provide pointers for ANSI C.
      • You’ll be able to set up and optimize the use of arrays, structures, and enumeration in Automation Studio.
      • You’ll be able to create user libraries and use them in a programming language-independent fashion.
      • You'll be able to take advantage of Automation Studio's mechatronics libraries.
      • You’ll be able to utilize advanced Automation Runtime features, such as system timer optimization, data synchronization, and web service management.
      • You’ll be able to share CPU data using an OPC or OPC UA server.
      • You’ll be able to display custom alarms on the HMI and check alarm acknowledgement.
      • You’ll be able to retrieve the HMI's alarm history.
      • You’ll be able to write application data into text files.
      • You’ll be able to display live data trending in visualization.
      • You’ll be able to display and convert unit scaling in visualization.
      • You’ll be able to create context-sensitive display and dynamic touch screen control.
      • You’ll be able to display application status in System Diagnostic Manager.
    • Prerequisites:
    • SEM210.4A – Automation Studio Training: Accelerated Basics in Control and Visualization
      • You’ll be able to use the programming tool Automation Studio and its help system.
      • You’ll be able to configure hardware functions and set up CPU simulation.
      • You’ll be able to configure the target’s network options and use Target Browser to find the target.
      • You’ll be able to create, compile, and transfer project to target. Ladder Diagram will be the language of choice for the basic courses, but the instructor can provide guidance for using Structured Text or ANSI C.
      • You’ll be able to manage variable declaration and data retention.
      • You’ll be able to use standard functions (e.g. compare and compute) and function blocks (e.g. timers and counters) in Ladder Diagram.
      • You’ll be able to store project source files on the target.
      • You’ll be able to utilize common Automation Runtime features, such as cycle time adjustment.
      • You’ll be able to use System Diagnostics Manager, Runtime Utility Center, and Automation Studio to troubleshoot hardware issues and diagnose software bugs.
      • You’ll be able to integrate template-based basic visualization into a control project.
      • You’ll be able to display visualization on a VNC client.
      • You’ll be able to display webpages, such as user’s manual in HTML format, in visualization.
      • You’ll be able to change the display language on the HMI and systematically update the translation.
      • You’ll be able to control the visibility of an HMI page's layer in runtime.
      • You’ll be able to program and activate touch screen calibration.
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