Description

  • Structure of the APROL process control system
  • APROL systems (Operator, Runtime, Engineering) and controllers
  • Organization and content of the standard APROL libraries
  • User management for organized project engineering
  • Using operator management for operator stations
  • Creating a new project (hardware, application software, HMI application)
  • Features of the APROL web portal (system diagnostics, reporting, etc.)
  • Functions that support validation (version management, Audit Trail, change control, etc.)
  • Configuring APROL systems and using the standard libraries, PAL (Process Automation Library) in particular
  • Introduction to APROL Solutions (configurator)

Documents provided

TM213 – Automation Runtime

Automation Runtime is the uniform runtime environment for all B&R controllers. It is used to configure the hardware, run the application software and prepare communication and diagnostics interfaces.

Learning objectives and contents

  • Requirements and properties of a real-time operating system
  • Installation and commissioning
  • Memory management and types of memory
  • Automation Runtime startup behavior
  • Initialization of programs and data during startup
  • Cyclic program sequence and scheduling
  • Transferring and updating programs
  • I/O management
  • Timing configuration
  • Diagnostic functions in Automation Runtime

Name

Model number

TM213 – Automation Runtime

TM213TRE.425-ENG

TM213TRE.425-GER

TM800 – APROL System Concept

The APROL process control system is used wherever data collection, representation, analysis, user administration, etc. is required. The APROL system concept and the fundamental elements are explained.

Objectives and contents

  • Introduction to the APROL system
  • Philosophy, process control components and bus systems
  • Logging into the Engineering system, window manager and login mechanism
  • The CaeManager: Functions and operation
  • CaeManager Help
  • APROL user management
  • User templates, creating templates, creating users, import/export functions

Name

Model number

TM800 – APROL System Concept

TM800TRE.00-ENG

TM800TRE.00-ENG

TM811 – APROL Runtime System

All more complex systems, regardless of software or hardware, can be best applied and configured if its properties, the runtime behavior and user interface are known. The following interface programs and functions in the APROL operator environment are used for this.

Objectives and content

During this subunit of the seminar, the participant will acquire all the relevant skills to operate a system. Furthermore, a main focus is on the analysis of signals (debugging) and data (alarm system, trend system, etc.).

  • The interfaces of the runtime system
  • The Runtime Login Mechanism
  • The DisplayCenter
  • The alarm report
  • The TrendViewer

Description

Model number

TM811 – APROL Runtime System

TM811TRE.30-GER

TM811TRE.30-ENG

TM812 – APROL Operator Management

Users with different tasks, degrees of training, skills and responsibilities can operate the same system. The levels of qualifications of these staff members vary, which raises the question: Who can see what and eventually perform operations?

Via an effective user management, the users can be assigned the authorizations for the relevant information, actions and picture content. This is fundamental in preventing incorrect operating and system states.

In this way, operating plans with different access levels (e.g. guest, operator, service technician, project engineer, etc.) are implemented.

Objectives and content

  • Operator management
  • Operator rights
  • The OperatorManager
  • Creation of graphics components --> linking of logic and process images as well as dynamic elements
  • Library rights management

Description

Model number

TM812 – APROL Operator Management

TM812TRE.30-GER

TM812TRE.30-ENG

TM813 – APROL XML Queries and Audit Trail

A fundamental component of a process control system is the collection and analysis of data. This affects both the RUNTIME data and the operating environment as well as the data of the engineering environment. Various user actions and monitored process values are collected at the same time.

The collected data can be accessed immediately, without additional engineering work, using the APRIL standard reports. They can be exported for further analysis.

Objectives and content

  • APROL Web Portal
  • Documentation
  • APROL Reports
  • Project navigation
  • APROL system (local)
  • APROL System Diagnostics Manager
  • Queries from foreign devices
  • ChronoLog Profi query

Description

Model number

TM813 – APROL XML Queries and AuditTrail

TM813TRE.30-GER

TM813TRE.30-ENG

TM830 – APROL Project Engineering

To create projects, a concept plan is required as well as a structured approach. Aspects such as the quantity structure and the logics must be clearly defined before project planning. With the standard components, which are made available by APROL, it is possible to implement a project accordingly. This does not only affect the logic but also the visualization alarming, trending, etc.

Objectives and content

  • Project engineering and project properties
  • Structuring the project
  • Configuration of a controller
  • Control computer and APROL system configuration
  • Configuring Simple Controller Logic
  • Function plan editor, properties of the functional plan, components, connections and I/O bars
  • Build and Distribution
  • The DownloadManager
  • Creating a Process Control System Application
  • Hyper macro / typicals

Description

Model number

TM830 – APROL Project Engineering

TM830TRE.30-GER

TM830TRE.30-ENG

TM890 – The Basics of LINUX

The Linux operating system has become well-established in many areas. System stability and a large community of developers are just a few of its advantages. All significant structures and the most important Linux commands are explained here.

Objectives and contents

  • General information about Linux
  • Users and user management
  • Graphical user interface and consoles
  • File system and directory structure
  • Basic command set and collection of helpful commands
  • File permissions and processes
  • Networking and network configuration
  • APROL file structure

Name

Model number

TM890 – The Basics of LINUX

TM890TRE.00-ENG

TM890TRE.00-ENG

Model number

SEM841.5

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Event location

B&R HQ: Eggelsberg
B&R Strasse
5142 Eggelsberg
Austria

Organizer

Automation Academy
B&R Strasse
5142 Eggelsberg
Austria

Phone:
+437748/6586-0

Additional information

From: 08.04.2019
Start: 09:00

To: 12.04.2019
End: 15:00

Booking Status:
Duration: 5 Days

Language: English