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LIST OF SEMINARS:  http://cedindustrialsolutions.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/CTECH-Seminars-List.xlsxCTECH Seminars List

 



EVENT DETAILS:

Columbus Iron Works (801 Front Ave., Columbus, GA)


HANDS ON LABS & TECHNICAL SESSIONS

  • August 30th & 31st
  • Gain in depth product and technology knowledge

VENDOR TRADE SHOW

  • August 31st
  • Featuring products from over 30 industry leading manufacturers


Session Track:Session Title:Session Description:Session Title:
Power, Motion & Motor ControlInteligent Motor ControlInteractively follow along with Rockwell product managers Bill Martin and Ahmad Omari as we look at smart motor control devices such as the E300 overload relay and SMC50 soft start.Inteligent Motor Control
Safety and ComplianceMachine Safety Design and ImplementationDiscuss the latest technologies offered in the Allen Bradley safety portfolio that allow for ease of design and implementation.
Hands on lab involving configuration of the CR30 and GSR safety relays
Machine Safety Design and Implementation
SensingSmart Sensing TechnologiesA look at the various capabilities offered by IO Link while interactively exploring and configuring the IO Link Master modules and IO Link sensors within Rockwell Automation’s Studio 5000 software.Smart Sensing Technologies
Power, Motion & Motor ControlIntegrated Motion on EtherNet/IP: Mid Range Performance Architecture LabThis hands-on lab showcases how our mid range architetures integrate motion control using Ethernet/IP. During this lab you will be able to understand how Logix Designer can help you reduce the number of hardware and software components as well as the flexibility associated with information/data access in the control system.
Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP: Mid Range Performance Architecture Lab
Power, Motion & Motor ControlIntegrated Motion on EtherNet/IP: High Performance Architecture LabThis hands-on lab showcases how our new high performance architecture takes integrated motion on EtherNet/IP to the next level. This session will be based on the new ControlLogix® 5580 controller, 5069 Compact I/O™ and Kinetix® 5700 servo drives and demonstrates how they combine to boost motion performance to unprecedented levels.Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP: High Performance Architecture Lab
Power, Motion & Motor ControlPF525 Basic ProgrammingUsing the HIM Keypad, Reset Parameters, Configure Parameters via HIM (IP Address)PF525 Basic Programming
Power, Motion & Motor ControlConnected Components Workbench (CCW) w/ PF525Connect to drive with CCW via ENET, Explore Parameters (AppView, CustomView), StartUp WizardConnected Components Workbench (CCW) w/ PF525
Power, Motion & Motor ControlPF755 Basic ProgrammingUsing the HIM Keypad, Reset Parameters, StartUp WizardPF755 Basic Programming
Power, Motion & Motor ControlConnected Components Workbench (CCW) w/ PF755Connect to drive with CCW via ENET, Process Display, Explore Parameters (AppView, CustomView), StartUp Wizard, Control Bar Tool, Export/ImportConnected Components Workbench (CCW) w/ PF755
Power, Motion & Motor ControlPremier Integration w/ 525 & 755 LabVFD Startup from Logix 5000 AOP, Startup Wizard, ADC, Datalinks, HMI screen NOTE: The PF755 Premier Integration Lab uses the CompactLogix controller from the PF525 demo box. One Logix ACD file is used for both labs.Premier Integration w/ 525 & 755 Lab
Power, Motion & Motor ControlPF755 Advanced SafetySafe Torque Off, Safe Limited Speed, Door MonitoringPF755 Advanced Safety
Safety & ComplianceDeveloping Safety Applications Using the GuardLogix® Integrated Safety Controller Platform In this lab, learn how GuardLogix® Integrated Safety Systems support intermediate level to complex safety applications - using a single controller and programming environment for safety, discrete, motion, and drive functions, and with seamless connectivity to plant-wide information systems.Developing Safety Applications Using the GuardLogix® Integrated Safety Controller Platform
Networks & SecurityApplying Basic EtherNet/IP Features in Converged Plantwide Ethernet ArchitecturesEtherNet/IP enables both seamless plantwide information and convergence of industrial and non-industrial network traffic, while maintaining real-time communication for control applications. This hands-on lab covers various techniques, best practices, software and products using EtherNet/IP with Stratix® switches.Applying Basic EtherNet/IP Features in Converged Plantwide Ethernet Architectures
Networks & SecurityApplying Advanced EtherNet/IP Features in Converged Plantwide Ethernet ArchitecturesEtherNet/IP enables both seamless plant-wide information sharing and convergence of industrial and non-industrial network traffic, while maintaining real-time communication for control applications. This hands-on lab covers various techniques, best practices, software and products using EtherNet/IP. It demonstrates Network Address Translation (NAT) in Layer 2 and Layer 3 architectures, VLAN segmentation and Connected Routing. Prior understanding of general Ethernet concepts is recommended.Applying Advanced EtherNet/IP Features in Converged Plantwide Ethernet Architectures
Information & Visualization SoftwareFactoryTalk® View Machine Edition and PanelView™ Plus: Introductory LabThis hands-on lab focuses on basic FactoryTalk® View Machine Edition concepts for new users. Topics include creating an application, working with displays, global objects, and tags, using parameters, testing and running the application, and language switching. See how features like search and replace tag and text, tag cross-reference, and more, can help you to get more work done in less time.FactoryTalk® View Machine Edition and PanelView™ Plus: Introductory Lab
Information & Visualization SoftwareStudio 5000 View Designer® Featured on The PanelView™ 5000 Graphic TerminalsLearn how to increase productivity with the new Studio 5000 View Designer™ software and PanelView 5500. This lab will introduce you to topics such as setting up a project, creating screens, animating graphic elements, setting up navigation, setting up basic security, and downloading to a terminal. The lab will also cover new capabilities like language switching and Add-on Graphics (AOG).Studio 5000 View Designer® Featured on The PanelView™ 5000 Graphic Terminals
ControlMicro800® PLC Programming with Connected Components Workbench™ SoftwareThis self-paced lab teaches how easy it is to program and configure a small standalone machine using the latest Connected Components Workbench™ software.  The control solution will consist of a Micro800® Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), a PowerFlex® Drive, and a PanelView™ 800 HMI.  Programming of advanced HMI and PLC features, including TCP/UDP sockets, is also available.Micro800® PLC Programming with Connected Components Workbench™ Software
Safety & ComplianceDeveloping Safety Applications Using Guardmaster® 440C-CR30 Configurable Safety RelayYou'll learn to use the Guardmaster® 440C-CR30 Configurable Safety Relay to support small to intermediate safety applications. Built to meet PLe/SIL 3 requirements, featuring 22 embedded safety I/O and a USB port, the 440C-CR30 is configured with Connected Components Workbench™ software. An EtherNet/IP module can communicate diagnostic information to Logix controllers.Developing Safety Applications Using Guardmaster® 440C-CR30 Configurable Safety Relay
Power, Motion & Motor ControlSpeed Integration: CENTERLINE® MCCs, Studio 5000® Logix Designer and IntelliCENTER® SoftwareExperience the ease of integrating CENTERLINE® Motor Control Centers (MCCS) with EtherNet/IP and their associated components to - PowerPowerFlex® drives and E300™ Electronic Overload Relays. Streamline your workflow by leveraging the simplified integration of IntelliCENTER® software and Studio 5000® Logix Designer to simplify device configuration and reduce commissioning time and errors.Speed Integration: CENTERLINE® MCCs, Studio 5000® Logix Designer and IntelliCENTER® Software
Power, Motion & Motor ControlIntegrated Motion on EtherNet/IP: High Performance Architecture LabThis hands-on lab showcases how our new high performance architecture takes integrated motion on EtherNet/IP to the next level. This session will be based on the new ControlLogix® 5580 controller, 5069 Compact I/O™ and Kinetix® 5700 servo drives and demonstrates how they combine to boost motion performance to unprecedented levels.Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP: High Performance Architecture Lab
Information & Visualization SoftwareFactoryTalk® View Site Edition and FactoryTalk ViewPoint: Introductory LabIf you are new to FactoryTalk® View Site Edition and FactoryTalk ViewPoint, this hands-on lab allows you to learn about the basic capabilities and features of a FactoryTalk View SE application for both desktop and mobile. You will build a simple application from the beginning. Topics include creating an application, adding displays, working with tags and animations, basic alarming, trending, and mobility. This lab will give you a solid understanding of how a View SE HMI application works, how you can extend it mobile devices.FactoryTalk® View Site Edition and FactoryTalk ViewPoint: Introductory Lab
Process SolutionsIntroduction to PlantPAx® Process Control System for Operations and System Engineering This lab examines the PlantPAx® system within a simulated plant environment through the eyes of an operator or system engineer. As an operator, learn about navigating and interfacing with key system functions in a utilities and batch area. As an engineer, execute simple configuration changes and add a new control strategy using the Rockwell Automation® Library of Process Objects®. This session provides basic familiarity with the PlantPAx® system.Introduction to PlantPAx® Process Control System for Operations and System Engineering
ControlTools that Simplify Product Sizing and SelectionDevelop basic competency in using Integrated Architecture® Builder (IAB), Motion Analyzer (MA) and ProposalWorks™ (PW) to develop valid bills of material for projects and output reports. Attendees will learn how to configure systems in IAB, size a drive in MA and assemble a proposal/quote in ProposalWorks.Tools that Simplify Product Sizing and Selection
ControlStudio 5000® and Logix Basics LabAre you new to Logix programming or want a quick refresher on the basics? This session will provide an overview of the core capabilities that are offered in Studio 5000® and highlight the importance of good design practices. Mastering these fundamentals will ensure a good design and prepare you for the advanced session.Studio 5000® and Logix Basics Lab
ControlStudio 5000® and Logix Advanced LabSo you've got the basics, now let's take it to the next level with this advanced Studio 5000® and Logix session. This pick and choose lab will allow you to explore topics of interest and quickly see how capabilities add the most value to your design. By the end of this session, you will be on your way to becoming an expert.Studio 5000® and Logix Advanced Lab
Power, Motion & Motor ControlPowerFlex® Drives Configuration and ProgrammingLearn how to quickly and easily configure PowerFlex® AC drives. From the built-in human interface module, to Connected Components Workbench™ software or the Rockwell Software® Studio 5000® Logix Designer, we provide you with powerful, intuitive tools to help enhance your user experience and reduce your development time so you can deliver machines faster and more efficiently. Finally see how Automatic Device Configuration can help save valuable time to get your machines back on line faster.PowerFlex® Drives Configuration and Programming
Power, Motion & Motor ControlIntegrated Motion on EtherNet/IPLearn how to configure, program, and commission a CompactLogix™ 5370 controller with integrated motion on EtherNet/IP using the new Kinetix® 5500 servo drives and PowerFlex® 527 variable frequency drives.Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP
Process SolutionsDeploying PlantPAx to Thin Clients with ThinManagerIn this lab, attendees will discover how thin clients using remote desktop services can simplify the scaling, deployment, and maintenance of a PlantPAx System using FactoryTalk® View Site Edition. Learn how to extend these functionalities with the unique capabilities of ACP ThinManager.Deploying PlantPAx to Thin Clients with ThinManager
ControlModernization from Legacy to Contemporary SystemsUsers of legacy control systems employing MicroLogix™, SLC, and PLC-5® Controllers would benefit from attending this lab as it covers tips and tools that help when migrating to ControlLogix® CompactLogix®, and Micro 800 families of controllers. Topics include Selection Tools, Bill of Material conversion, Code Translation tools, and other useful advice.Modernization from Legacy to Contemporary Systems
StratusSimplify Industrial Automation through ModernizationLeverage tools like Virtualization and Thin Clients to become more productive, reduce complexity, and rely less on IT for supportSimplify Industrial Automation through Modernization
Hubbell Wiring DeviceMotor Disconnect Switch Options, Kellums Grips and Wiring DevicesHubbell will present the latest developments in motor disconnect switches, pin and sleeve devices, Kellems grips, ground fault devices and USB receptacles. See what products are now available for making your facility safer and can reduce down timeMotor Disconnect Switch Options, Kellums Grips and Wiring Devices
BussmanSCCR for contractors, end users, and MEP Engineers• What is SCCR
• What are the code requirements and NEC 2017 code updates
• Design considerations, common pitfalls
• How to calculate fault current
• Tools and products to meet SCCR requirements and fix issues in the field
SCCR for contractors, end users, and MEP Engineers
BussmanSCCR for OEM/Equipment Designers• What is SCCR
• What are the code requirements and NEC 2017 code updates
• Design considerations, common pitfalls
• How to calculate your panel SCCR
• Tools and products to meet SCCR requirements and fix issues in the field
SCCR for OEM/Equipment Designers
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CED Energy Solutions Karl WilliamsEnergy Saving Facility Upgradessome unique opportunities to take advantage of the latest energy savings technologies and some of the financials metrics to make this a really big win for your plant or facilityEnergy Saving Facility Upgrades
Marlene Short of CEDCED Asset Management SolutionsCED Asset Management Solutions
General TrainingTraining Advisor Demonstrationlearn how to assess the knowledge of your workforce and develop your own tailored training plan. And if you already have an Rockwell Automation TechConnect support contract you may already have access to this tool now- for free!
Power, Motion & Motor ControlMCC Retrofit ServicesLearn how to reduce your costs and migration time when modernizing your existing gear with a focus on:
Benefits of a newer MCC or Drive platform
Benefits of migrating components within existing MCC’s
We will cover examples of the following:
-PV550-PV1000
-MPR upgrade
-Classic to Forge control of MV drives
-UPS: Internal or External on MV drives
-LV/MV SMC Dialog to Flex
-140U to 140G breakers
-1336 to PF750-series drives
-Eutectic & E3 overloads to E300’s
-Non-network DeviceNet to EtherNet/IP MCC’s
-PF4/40 to PF520
-Air break to vacuum contractors (MV)
SafetyArc FlashLearn how to identify and eliminate arc flash risk. Topics covered:

Part 1: Risk Identification
-An arc flash explained
-Arc flash occurrences, casuals
-Components of an arc flash program
-How to comply and starting steps
-Arc flash studies and labeling

Part 2: Risk Elimination
-Definitions, formulas
-Common mitigation methods
SafetyLock-out/Tag-outLearn how to implement a successful LOTO program at your facility including:
How to achieve compliance
How to create sustainability
How to balance safety with production and reduce downtime through the use of alternatives (ADPs)
ROI