DeltaV Operator Interface for Batch Processing (7014)
As of Friday, August 19, 2022 @ 11:00 am 95% of the class is filled. If the Pre-register above is not displayed, please use the Course Request form to be added to the waiting list.
This course is for operators, supervisors, and managers responsible for batch process operations using the DeltaV System.
This self-paced 18-hour course uses lectures and activities to provide an in-depth overview of DeltaV operations. It includes all content in course 7012 plus the Objectives below.
The training is available 24/7 on Emerson’s Learning Management System (LMS). Blended courses are comprised of pre-recorded lectures and a cloud based DeltaV machine for workshop exercises using Standard generic DeltaV configuration. Even though this is self-paced, ideally this course should be completed over 4-6 days.
- Process operators
- Manufacturing associates
- System Overview
- Accessing DeltaV Operate
- Window, Menus Displays and Directories
- Discrete, Analog, Regulatory and Cascade Control Module Operation
- Motor Control Module Operation
- Accessing Alarm Displays/Alarm Handling
- Accessing Real-time/Historical Trend Data
- Accessing Process History View
- Sequential Function Chart Operation
- Phase and Recipe Controls
- Batch Operator Interface
- Batch Historian
- Campaign Manager
- Understand basic batch terminology
- Manipulate Unit Module parameters
- Access the Batch Operator Interface
- Run procedures
- Review batch history data
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