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E-learning Courses

E-learning courses are self-paced and self-directed so you can learn when and where it is convenient for you. Our e-learning incorporates a variety of fundamental and product specific topics to help you build expertise on automation and control systems. Each learning module contain activities, software simulations, and demonstration videos to help reinforce learning concepts. The modules can be taken on any tablet or PC using Chrome, Safari, IE, Edge, or Firefox, and all content is narrated, and has a viewable transcript. All e-learning courses are currently only available in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

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PowerFlex 750-Series Configuration and Startup

Description

This course (CCA182-EL) provides you the ability to properly install a PowerFlex® 750-Series drive, start up the drive, and configure drive parameters to meet application-specific needs. Throughout the course, you will have the chance to use a variety of software tools, including:

  • The A6 LCD HIM
  • Connected Components Workbench™ software
  • DriveExecutive™ software

Objectives

  • Verifying the PowerFlex 750-Series Drive Installation Environment
  • Verifying PowerFlex 750-Series Drive Wiring and Grounding
  • Locating and Modifying PowerFlex 750-Series Drive Data Using the A6 HIM
  • Configuring EtherNet/IP Communications for a PowerFlex 750-Series Drive
  • Locating and Modifying PowerFlex 750-Series Drive Data Using Drive Software
  • Starting Up a PowerFlex 750-Series Drive
  • Interpreting PowerFlex 750-Series Control Block Diagrams
  • Controlling PowerFlex 750-Series Drive Operation

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • Working knowledge of electricity, and knowledge of electrical and industrial safety (including PPE requirements and safe practices)
  • Completion of the AC/DC Motors and Drives Fundamentals course (Course No. CCA101) or equivalent experience

Who Should Attend

This course is for individuals who need to configure and start up PowerFlex 750-Series drives.

PowerFlex 750-series Configuration for an Integrated Control System

Description

This course (CCA184-EL) provides you guidance on how to integrate your PowerFlex® 753 or 755 drive into a system that includes:

  • Logix5000™ controllers
  • PanelView™ Plus terminals running FactoryTalk® View ME software

Throughout the course, you will have the chance to use a variety of hardware and software tools, including:

  • The A6 LCD HIM
  • Studio 5000 Logix Designer® application (formerly RSLogix 5000® software)
  • FactoryTalk View ME software

Objectives

  • Adding PowerFlex 750-Series Drive to a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Locating and Modifying  PowerFlex 750-Series Data from a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Integrating a PowerFlex 750-Series Drive with a Logix5000 Controller
  • Adding PowerFlex 750-Series Faceplates to a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Operating a PowerFlex 750-Series Drive in an Integrated Architecture System

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • Working knowledge of electricity, and knowledge of electrical and industrial safety (including PPE requirements and safe practices)
  • Completion of the PowerFlex 750-Series Startup and Configuration course (Course No. CCA182)
  • Knowledge of Logix5000 system fundamentals and basic programming skills:
    • Creating a new project
    • Adding I/O
    • Working with tags
    • Writing and testing ladder logic that includes bits, timers and other common instructions
    • Uploading, downloading, and going online, through one or more of the following methods:
      • Completion of the Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1: ControlLogix System Fundamentals course (Course No. CCP146)
      • Experience programming basic Logix5000 control systems or above
  • Previous experience with FactoryTalk View ME software is strongly suggested

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for individuals who need to add PowerFlex 750-Series drives to an Integrated Architecture system.

PowerFlex 525 Drive Startup and Configuration

Description

In this course (CCA185-EL), you will learn how to properly start up the PowerFlex® 525 drive and configure drive parameters to meet application-specific needs. You will learn about the various hardware and software tools, including:

  • The PowerFlex 525 keypad
  • Connected Components Workbench™ software

Objectives

  • Identifying PowerFlex 525 Drive Hardware
  • Communicating with a PowerFlex 525 Drive and Modifying Parameters
  • Preparing a PowerFlex 525 Drive for Startup
  • Commissioning and Tuning a PowerFlex 525 Drive
  • Monitoring and Modifying PowerFlex 525 AppView and CustomView Parameters
  • Troubleshooting PowerFlex 525 Drive Faults

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisite is required:

  • Working knowledge of electricity, and knowledge of electrical and industrial safety (including PPE requirements and safe practices)

Who Should Attend

Individuals who need to configure and commission PowerFlex 525 drives.

Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1: Logix5000 System Fundamentals

Description

This course (CCP146-EL) teaches you how to perform basic Logix5000™ and Studio 5000 Logix Designer® tasks, such as:

  • Creating and configuring a project
  • Communicating with a controller

The course will assist you in developing and building a solid foundation with a fundamental knowledge of Logix5000 systems. You will be introduced to basic Logix5000 concepts and terminology.

Objectives

  • Understanding Control Systems
  • Locating and Identifying Logix5000 System Components
  • Locating and Configuring Studio 5000 Logix Designer Application Components
  • Creating and Modifying a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Identifying and Connecting to Industrial Networks in a Logix5000 System
  • Downloading, Uploading, and Going Online to a Logix5000 Controller
  • Identifying I/O Tags and Devices in a Logix5000 System
  • Configuring Modules in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Creating Tags and Monitoring Data in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Drafting Basic Ladder Logic for a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Routine

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, you must be able to perform basic Microsoft Windows tasks.

Who Should Attend

Individuals who have little or no working experience with Logix5000 systems or other programmable controllers should attend this course.

Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 2: Basic Ladder Logic Programming

Description

This course (CCP151-EL) provides you with the resources to program basic ladder logic instructions for Logix5000™ controllers. You will have an opportunity to use the Studio 5000 Logix Designer® application to perform basic software tasks to meet the requirements of a given functional specification. In addition, you will set up a sequencer to run equipment through a predefined procedure and separate production procedure from equipment control.

Objectives

  • Programming Comparison Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Programming Move Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Documenting and Searching Ladder Logic Using the Studio 5000 Logix Designer Application
  • Copying and Filling an Array in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Starting a Ladder Diagram for a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Handling Expressions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Programming a Procedure in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Separating the Procedure from Equipment Control in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, completion of the Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1: ControlLogix System Fundamentals course (Course No. CCP146) or equivalent experience is required

Who Should Attend

This course is for programmers who have little or no working experience with controllers, are responsible for programming Logix5000 controllers using the Logix Designer application, and need to learn how to draft ladder logic for any application.

Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 3: Basic Ladder Logic Interpretation

Description

This course (CCCL21-EL) is a skill-building course that provides you with a more detailed understanding of Studio 5000 Logix Designer® ladder logic instructions and terminology. This course also provides you with the resources required to interpret ladder logic instructions for any Logix5000™ controller. You will have an opportunity to use the Logix Designer application
to perform basic software tasks to meet the requirements of a given functional specification. In addition to using ladder logic, you will be introduced to ladder logic techniques, established standards, and common rules for interpreting ladder logic.

Objectives

  • Interpreting Program Control Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Interpreting Timer and Counter Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Interpreting Math Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Interpreting Comparison Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Interpreting Move Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Interpreting Copy and File Fill Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • Completion of Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1: ControlLogix System Fundamentals (Course No. CCP146) or equivalent experience
  • Completion of Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 2: ControlLogix Maintenance and Troubleshooting (Course No. CCP153)

Who Should Attend

Maintainers who need to interpret ladder logic using the Logix Designer application should attend this course.

Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 3: Project Development

Description

This course (CCP143-EL) provides additional knowledge of common controller terms and operation. You can gain a deeper understanding of project development tasks that are common to all Logix5000 controllers. Such tasks include organizing tasks and routines, organizing controller data, configuring modules, and sharing data. You will also use producer/consumer technology for multicasting to input and output devices, sharing data between controllers, and controlling remote I/O.

This course covers tasks common to the following hardware, which all use the Logix5000 control engine:

  • ControlLogix® controllers
  • CompactLogix™ controllers
  • SoftLogix™ controllers

Objectives

  • Interpreting Program Control Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Interpreting Timer and Counter Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Interpreting Math Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Interpreting Comparison Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Interpreting Move Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Interpreting Copy and File Fill Instructions in a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • Completion of Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1: ControlLogix System Fundamentals (Course No. CCP146) or equivalent experience
  • Completion of Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 2: ControlLogix Maintenance and Troubleshooting (Course No. CCP153)

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for individuals who need to develop Studio 5000 Logix Designer® projects for any Logix5000 controller.

Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 4: Function Block Programming

Description

This course (CCP152-EL) is a skill-building programming course that provides you with an understanding of Studio 5000 Logix Designer® function block diagrams and terminology. You will learn how to perform parameter modifications to individual function block instructions, as well as create and develop function block diagram programs and routines. You will also gain experience with a variety of function block instructions, including PIDE and add-on instructions.

Objectives

  • Creating a Function Block Diagram
  • Programming Logical Function Block Instructions
  • Programming Timer and Counter Function Block Instructions
  • Programming Analog Function Block Instructions
  • Programming Device Driver Function Block Instructions
  • Selecting Timing Modes in a Function Block Instruction
  • Programming a Totalizer Function Block Instruction
  • Programming and Monitoring an RMPS (Ramp/Soak) Function Block Instruction
  • Controlling Program Flow Using Function Block Instructions
  • Programming a PID Loop Using Function Block Diagram
  • Tuning a PID Loop Using Active X Controls
  • Developing an Add-On Instruction in Function Block Diagram

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • Completion of the Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 3:  Project Development course (Course No. CCP143)
  • Understanding of basic measurement and control theory, including basic loop control

Who Should Attend

Individuals who are responsible for developing, debugging, and programming Logix 5000 controllers using the Studio 5000 Logix Designer application with function block diagrams should attend this course.

Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 4: Structured Text/Sequential Function Chart Programming

Description

This course (CCP154-EL) provides the skills and knowledge to program using the structured text and sequential function chart programming languages in Studio 5000 Logix Designer®. You will learn how to select instructions, expressions and constructs and then enter these elements and more into a routine. You will have an opportunity to translate a functional specification into a sequential function chart. Also, you will learn how to test sequential function chart logic using forces and step throughs.

Objectives

  • Programming Assignments, Expressions and Instructions in Structured Text within a Logix Designer Project
  • Programming Constructs and Comments in Structured Text within a Logix Designer Project
  • Designing a Sequential Function Chart
  • Programming a Sequential Function Chart in a Logix Designer Project
  • Testing a Sequential Function Chart in a Logix Designer Project
  • Storing and Resetting Sequential Function Chart Data in a Logix Designer Project
  • Resetting and Pausing a Sequential Function Chart in a Logix Designer Project

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • Completion of the Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 3:  Project Development course (Course No. CCP143)
  • Experience with basic Logix Designer projects (navigating the software, creating tags, creating routines, etc.)

Who Should Attend

Individuals who are responsible for programming structured text and sequential function chart routines in Studio 5000 Logix Designer® projects for any Logix 5000™ controller should attend this course.

Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 4: Kinetix 5700 (CIP) Programming

Description

This course (CCN144-A-EL) will teach you to configure, test, tune, and program CIP Motion™ axes using the Studio 5000 Logix Designer® application.

Building upon the skills gained in the Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 3: Project Development course, you will learn how to apply the Logix 5000™ architecture to a multi-axis CIP™ motion control system. You will also practice efficient programming skills necessary for translating a machine specification document into reliable ladder logic code. Because all Logix 5000 products share common features and a common operating system, you will be able to apply the motion control configuring and programming skills you learn in this course to any of the Logix 5000 controllers that are capable of motion control.

Objectives

  • Turn on time synchronization
  • Create the motion group
  • Create a servo axis for integrated motion on an EtherNet/IP network
  • Add and configure drives using Studio 5000 Logix Designer software
  • Associate the servo axes to their drives
  • Configure the axes
  • Run hookup tests
  • Test digital inputs
  • Tune axes for integrated motion on an EtherNet/IP network
  • Create user-defined data types for motion applications
  • Use motion direct commands
  • Use step sequence logic in integrated motion application code
  • Program Motion Servo On (MSO) instructions
  • Program Motion Servo Off (MSF) instructions
  • Program Motion Axis Home (MAH) instructions
  • Program Motion Axis Stop (MAS) instructions
  • Program Motion Axis Move (MAM) instructions
  • Program Motion Axis Jog (MAJ) instructions
  • Program Motion Axis Shutdown (MASD) instructions
  • Program Motion Axis Fault Reset (MAFR) instructions
  • Program Motion Axis Shutdown Reset (MASR) instructions
  • Program group motion instructions
  • Program Motion Change Dynamics (MCD) instructions
  • Program the merge feature for motion move instructions
  • Add a virtual axis to a project
  • Program Motion Axis Gear (MAG) instructions
  • Program Motion Axis Position Cam (MAPC) instructions
  • Program Motion Axis Time Cam (MATC) instruction

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • Motion Control Fundamentals course (Course No. CCN130)
  • Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 3: Project Development (Course No. CCP143)

Who Should Attend

Individuals who need to configure and program Logix 5000™ motion control systems should attend this course. In addition, only students who are already familiar with Logix 5000 systems and general motion control should attend this course.

FactoryTalk View ME and PanelView Plus Programming

Description

This course (CCV204-A-EL) provides guidance on how to produce an operational application. This application will run on a PanelView™ Plus 7 terminal using a computer with FactoryTalk® View ME software and a PanelView Plus 7 terminal.

Objectives

  • Configuring a PanelView Plus 7 Terminal
  • Creating and Customizing a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Configuring FactoryTalk Linx Communications in a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Configuring FactoryTalk Security for a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Creating and Modifying Tags for a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Adding and Configuring FactoryTalk View ME Graphic Displays
  • Creating and Manipulating Graphic Objects in FactoryTalk View ME Graphic Displays
  • Creating and Configuring Interactive Controls in a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Configuring Security for FactoryTalk View ME Displays
  • Creating and Managing FactoryTalk View ME Runtime Files
  • Configuring Basic Animation for FactoryTalk View ME Objects
  • Creating and Configuring Alarms for a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Creating and Configuring Macros for a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Configuring Recipes with the RecipePlus System in a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Configuring Language Switching in a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Creating Data Logs and Trends for a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Creating Tag Placeholders and Parameter Files for a FactoryTalk View ME Graphic Display
  • Creating and Configuring Information Messages for a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Adding Global Objects to a FactoryTalk View ME Application
  • Inserting Faceplates in a FactoryTalk View ME Application

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • Completion of the Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1: ControlLogix System Fundamentals course (Course Number CCP146) or basic experience with ControlLogix® tags and architecture

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for individuals who need to create FactoryTalk ME applications for use on a PanelView Plus terminal.

FactoryTalk View Site Edition Programming

Description

This course (CCV207-EL) provides guidance on how to organize and develop FactoryTalk® View Site Edition (SE) applications. You will have the opportunity to practice the skills used to create an application and build graphic displays. You will learn how to configure alarms and security, trend data, and test your application using FactoryTalk View SE Client. You will also work with FactoryTalk Linx communications software and the FactoryTalk Diagnostics system.

Objectives

  • Getting Started with FactoryTalk View SE Software
  • Creating and Configuring a Local FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Creating a Graphic Display and Adding Basic Objects in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Adding Interactive Objects to a Display and Creating a FactoryTalk View SE Client
  • Animating a Graphic Display in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Creating and Managing Tags for a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Creating, Modifying, and Viewing a Data Log Model in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Creating Trends and Trend Overlays in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Using Tag Placeholders in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Configuring Global Objects and Global Object Parameters in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Adding VBA Display Code in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Creating a Derived Tags File and an Events File in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Creating Macros, Symbols, and Keys in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Configuring HMI Tag-Based Alarms in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Configuring FactoryTalk Alarms and Events in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Planning and Configuring Basic FactoryTalk Security in the FactoryTalk Directory
  • Configuring Security in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
  • Displaying a FactoryTalk View SE Application in FactoryTalk ViewPoint Software
  • Creating and Configuring HMI Servers in a Network Distributed FactoryTalk View SE Application

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, experience operating a personal computer within a Microsoft Windows 7 environment is recommended.

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for individuals who need to develop FactoryTalk View SE local (stand-alone) or network distributed applications.

Industrial Network Architecture: Foundation

Description

This course (INA201-EL) provides controls and IT engineers knowledge to allow them to collaboratively architect a machine or process skid network. Starting from the ground up, IT and OT professionals will learn how to design a logical and physical network infrastructure for their operation.

Objectives

  • Network Architecture Defined
  • Local Area Network (LAN) Technologies
  • Network Topologies
  • Managed and Unmanaged Switches
  • System Design
  • EtherNet/IP
  • CIP Motion Application
  • Planning a Physical Infrastructure
  • Copper Physical Layer Design Practices
  • Fiber Physical Layer Design Practices

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • Completion of the EtherNet/IP Configuration and Troubleshooting (CCP183) or
    equivalent experience

Who Should Attend

Engineers or IT personnel responsible for designing, deploying, and maintaining industrial automation networks.

Industrial Network Architecture: Intermediate

Description

This course (INA202-EL) provides both controls and IT engineers with  knowledge to collaboratively architect a machine or process skid network. Learn how to set up wireless architectures, the value of resiliency protocols, and how to secure a cell/area zone.

Objectives

  • Wireless Overview
  • IACS Wireless LAN Design
  • Approaches to Segmentation
  • Logical Segmentation Design
  • Logical Segmentation Deployment
  • Network Address Translation
  • Resiliency Protocols
  • Securing the Cell/Area Zone
  • Cell/Area Zone Review

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  •  Industrial Network Architecture: Foundation

Who Should Attend

Engineers or IT personnel responsible for designing, deploying, and maintaining industrial automation networks

Industrial Network Architecture: Advanced Part 1

Description

This course (INA203-EL) provides both controls and IT engineers with a sufficient level of knowledge to collaboratively architect a converged multi-service plant-wide network. This course will help you operate as a credible domain expert in a multi-function team under the leadership of their counterpart.

Objectives

  • Industrial Zone Overview
  • Layer 3 Network Functions
  • Line Integration
  • High-Availability Networks
  • Network Services
  • Network and Server Security Integration
  • Production Management Software & Servers
  • Industrial Zone Security
  • Converged Wireless Architectures
  • Zone Distribution Physical Layer
  • Industrial Zone Review

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • Industrial Network Architecture: Foundation
  • Industrial Network Architecture: Intermediate

Who Should Attend

This course is for engineers or IT personnel responsible for designing, deploying, and maintaining industrial automation networks.

Industrial Network Architecture: Advanced Part 2

Description

This course (INA204-EL) provides both controls and IT engineers with  knowledge to collaboratively architect a smart Industrial Automation Control system using cloud technologies. Learn how Virtualization and Industrial Data Centers can help you deploy a robust network infrastructure.

Objectives

  • IT/OT Integration Overview
  • Industrial Demilitarized Zone Technologies
  • Voice, Video & Streaming Data Services
  • Virtualization
  • Industrial Data Center
  • Secure Remote Access
  • Remote Assets
  • IPv6

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • Industrial Network Architecture: Foundation
  • Industrial Network Architecture: Intermediate
  • Industrial Network Architecture: Advanced Part 1

Who Should Attend

This course is for engineers or IT personnel responsible for designing, deploying, and maintaining industrial automation networks.

Motion Control Fundamentals Using Kinetix 5700 (CIP) Servo Drives

Description

This course (CCN132-EL) provides the ability to demonstrate fundamental motion control concepts common to all Rockwell Automation motion control systems. This course is designed to provide you with an understanding of the concepts, terminology, functionality and applications of motion control. This course will also allow you to establish the foundation you need before learning the skills necessary to maintain and program motion control systems.

Objectives

  • Identifying a Motion Control System
  • Tracing the Power Supply to the Servo Drive
  • Identifying Servo Drive Hardware and Problems
  • Identifying Motor Types and Components
  • Identifying Motor Feedback Devices
  • Identifying and Scaling Loads
  • Tracing Signal Flow Through the Servo Drive
  • Creating a Motion Profile
  • Identifying and Applying a Reference to a Servo Drive
  • Identifying the Elements of an Integrated Motion Control System using Logix 5000 Controllers
  • Identifying Motion Modules and Axis Tags using Studio 5000 Logix Designer Software

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • A background in basic electricity, electronics, and computer concepts
  • One of the following courses:
    • Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1: ControlLogix Fundamentals and Troubleshooting (Course Number CCP299)
    • Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1: CompactLogix Fundamentals and Troubleshooting (Course Number CCP298)

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for individuals who need to learn basic motion control concepts for their job or as a prerequisite for attending other motion control courses.

EtherNet/IP Configuration and Troubleshooting

Description

This course (CCP183-EL) provides guidance on how to configure and troubleshoot an EtherNet/IP network. This includes setting EtherNet/IP network addresses, configuring a managed switch to meet network requirements, and monitoring managed switch performance. Examples, activities, and demonstrations in this course focus on the Stratix 5700 managed switch.

Objectives

  • Understanding EtherNet/IP Network Addressing Fundamentals Assigning a Computer's IP Address for an EtherNet/IP Network
  • Performing Initial Configuration of a Managed Switch
  • Configuring EtherNet/IP Settings on Automation Devices
  • Creating and Assigning VLANs on a Stratix 5700 Switch
  • Configuring DHCP Persistence for a Stratix Switch
  • Configuring Network Address Translation (NAT) for a Stratix 5700 Switch
  • Configuring Port Security and Traffic Monitoring for a Stratix 5700 Switch
  • Monitoring EtherNet/IP Network and Device Status
  • Managing a Stratix 5700 Switch Using a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project
  • Troubleshooting EtherNet/IP Network Problems
  • Troubleshooting a Stratix 5700 Switch
  • Updating Stratix 5700 Switch Firmware

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required:

  • Completion of Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1: ControlLogix System Fundamentals (Course No. CCP146) or equivalent experience
  • Completion of Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 2: ControlLogix Maintenance and Troubleshooting (Course No. CCP153)

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for technicians and engineers who must deploy and maintain Industrial Automation and Control System (IACS) networks should attend this course.