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This one-day training course teaches participants how to use the internal modules of the MC6 including the meter, calibrator, documenting calibrator, data logger, communicator and pressure modules, examines the external connections, as well as how to configure the calibrator for best performance for specific applications. At the end of this course, students will:
- Understand the basic functionality of the MC6 calibrator.
- Load a position/Tag ID to a Beamex calibrator for testing.
- Know how to use the Meter and Calibrator modes for troubleshooting
- Create a position on the calibrator for testing and optional updating to CMX.
- Know how to use the documenting calibrator to record tests/calibrations and unload them into the CMX software for storage.
- Comfortably test a pressure transmitter using a Beamex calibrator.
- Comfortably test a temperature transmitter using a Beamex calibrator.
- Trim/adjust a smart device using the Beamex calibrator’s communicator function.
- Understand how switches are tested using a Beamex calibrator.
- Be able to create a group test on the MC6.
This advanced course allows MC6 users to explore complex applications and unique calibration situations relevant to their daily work. Techniques to save time and optimize calibrations are taught during this one-day, hands-on class.
An essential part of calibration is managing and documenting the work. This instructor led one-day class teaches users how to set up their database with critical steps, like creating users and security settings, customize the user interface, adding instruments, search the database, sending/receiving of calibration data, manual entry, along with approval and change management techniques. By the end of this course, students will be able to:
- Enter a manual (written down) test/calibration result into CMX.
- Run reports.
- Copy an existing position/instruments to create a similar new instrument in CMX.
- Create a new position/instrument/Tag ID in CMX.
- Set up/define fields for a position/instrument in CMX so it’s ready to document a test/calibration with a calibrator.
- Find instruments as desired in CMX.
- Print a Calibration Cert and view it on the computer.
- Organize the database for ease of use.
- Create a reusable set list of positions/devices in CMX
- Load a set or plant structure group of positions/devices to a calibrator.
- Modify/copy/define a Function Template for a new instrument type.
- Understand the major default settings in the CMX system and why the system works the way it does.
During this one-day instructor led, “super-user” session, methods and procedures for analyzing calibration data based on specific user needs are taught. Options, such as history trend analysis, advanced filters, queries and customizing calibration certificates are explored.
Scheduling periodic calibrations for a plant can be a daunting task. Even with a good solution to analyze and store data, the correct definition of critical factors, like tolerance and intervals, along with instrument criticality effects a plant’s hierarchy and instrument management. This course will give attendees a deep understanding of the instrument structure, scheduling capabilities and hardware to software communication processes during a one-day session.
This course is ideal for those who have taken any of the basic or advanced courses as means to ask questions they didn’t know they had during the initial training or explore new applications that they are dealing with. 2 or 4 hour options available.
Expert trainers are available to come onsite to your facility and train your team on your applications using your equipment.
Offsite training is in a classroom format where there are no distractions.