This course is designed for techs interested in gaining fundamental engineering skills with enteliWEB; Delta Controls’ web based software package. The 3 day class will familiarize students with the following concepts: Overview of enteliWEB, Software installation, licensing & management, Site creation & configuration, Setting up Users & Groups, Navigation search bar filters, Creating/copying/pasting/renaming device Objects, Customizing Navigation to access any/all Object Properties, Simple database management for both devices and enteliWEB configuration, Task based (automated) database management, Managing Active Alarms, Using the Operator Log (audit logs for actions and events).
This course is designed for those who have already taken e301: enteliWEB Fundamentals, and are looking to expand their eWEB toolset. This 1 day class will familiarize students with the following concepts:
Energy management concepts, Basic archiving concepts, Creating Areas and Meters, Data sources, Data inheritance, Setting up & using CopperCube, Importing meter data, Using Energy View, Setting up Energy Alerts.
This course is designed for those who have successfully passed e301 and wish to learn the basics of Delta's line by line programming language: GCL+. During this 2 day class, you'll learn fundamental programming concepts such as: Program structure, How PG objects work, The IDE (Integrated Development Environment), Decision making & boolean logic, Proper code formating, How programs and control loops work together, Basic Data Exchange.
This course reviews the Delta hardware and networking rules that allow Delta BACnet devices to communicate over a WAN. The course will simulate several common WAN configurations and discuss the applicable troubleshooting procedures for each type of network architecture. It teaches the skills necessary to review and adjust important parameters in the controllers and identify/resolve common network problem.
Course Content: System architecture, WAN terminology, Hardware selection and Router configuration, networking rules, parameter adjustment, database save/load. Networking rules and Data Exchange methods, Application and System Controllers, Controller addressing, Network Thermostats
This course explores applications of Illustrator for graphical enhancement of ORCAview and ORCAweb. The course will enable the user to customize their building graphics to improve access and navigation of the HVAC and lighting systems.
Course Content: Database object linking , button Navigation, Menus, 3D Graphics, Embedding BMP and JPG images, Animation
This course will introduce KAIZEN as a primary tool for analysis of a building HVAC system. The course will enable to user to access and setup their reports, and utilize the Fault Diagnostics and Detection features to better understand the buildings overall operation. The course will simulate several building configurations and discuss the applicable Fault Detection setup and Reporting procedures. It teaches the basic skills necessary to utilize core Kaizen Features.
Course Content: Electrical Metering Reports, FDD, KPI, Long Term Trends, CopperCube
This course will explore KAIZENs advanced tools for creating new routines and analytics rules assessing a buildings HVAC system. The course will enable to user to access and setup their own reports logic flow, create new templates and utilize advanced Fault Diagnostics and Detection on their own building. The course will utilize core Kaizen Features.
Duration: 1 day
Prerequisite: Module 1 and 2 Register
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