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The CS virtual course is the first in the Carrier Controls Expert Training series. This course is designed for Carrier field technicians, project engineers, distributors or Carrier contractor employees who are looking to better utilize their skills with i-Vu® Tech Tool 6.5, VVT Control Systems and VAV Control Systems.

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20 days $550 online --
Automated Logic Corporation has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 12100 Sunset Hills Rd., Suite 130, Reston, VA 20190; (703) 234-4065.  BAS University is the continuing education organization of Automated Logic Corporation.


Class Overview

The virtual classroom allows the learner to take up to 20 days to complete the instructor-led classroom equivalent of this 2 day course. Using video tutorials as the on demand instructor, learners will execute the workbook tasks and upload assignments using the BASU LMS, asking questions through the discussion board where a dedicated factory instructor will facilitate. For more information on the Carrier Controls Expert Program, please contact your local Carrier Controls sales representative or visit

Who Should Attend this training

Carrier field technicians, project engineers, distributors or Carrier contractor employees who are looking to better utilize their skills with i-Vu® Tech Tool 6.5, VVT Control Systems and VAV Control Systems.

Training Objectives

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, each student should be able to:

  • Install and use the i-Vu® Tech Tool suite proficiently
  • Network fundamentals of an Open Controller network
  • Install, wire and configure a VVT® System
  • Install, wire and configure a VAV System

Training Methods Used

This course uses an instructor-led virtual training with extensive hands-on tasks to present the material. Student’s achievement of the learning objectives is determined by successful completion of the course, and final written exam.

Class Details


Addressing Controllers in an Open Controller Network
MS/TP Networks
  • Check 7 Different Control Modules
  • Communications Check
  • Device Instance
i-Vu® Tech Tools 6.5 Installation
  • Install i-Vu® Tools
  • Install Apploader®
  • Install Test and Balance®
  • Install Alarm Notification Client®
  • Copy Utilities Folder
  • Login to
  • Download Cumulative updates and Sal files
  • Copy Sal Files into i-Vu Tools
  • Submit your System Files to BAS University
  • Configure a Router/Link (using PuTTY®)
  • Set the Routers Dip Switches
  • Get PuTTY® Ready
  • Change the Routers Configuration
Laptop Setup and Field Assistant® Update
  • Re-address the Router
  • Prepare the Computer for Communications
  • Launch FA 6.5
  • Install the Latest Cumulative Patches
Field Assistant®, Preparing a New Site
  • Launch Field Assistant®
  • Find Devices
Field Assistant® Site Setup
  • Time Broadcasting
  • Graphic Interface
  • Scheduling
  • Trends
  • Reports
  • Global Modify
Optimizing Downloads
  • Marker or Full Source downloads
  • Exporting Source Files
  • Importing Source files
  • Clip the AppController
Equipment Builder®
  • Create a new Folder
  • Start Equipment Builder®
  • Create Equipment
Add a Control Program
Commission the Program
  • Configure Hardware Inputs and Output
  • Manipulate a Few Values
Getting a little more familiar
  • Manual Command Modstat
  • Manual Command PING
RTU Open lab
  • Configure RTU Open
  • Change/Lock Values for simulation
RTU Open PID parameter adjustments
  • Adjust PID Loops for VVT Zoning System
  • Search for econ_pid-da
  • Search for clg_pid_da
  • Search for htg_pid_ra
VVT Bypass lab
  • Configure VVT Bypass Controller
  • Test and Balance
VVT Terminal Unit lab
  • Configure a VVT Zone Controller
  • Test and Balance
VVT Master Terminal Unit lab
  • Configure Airside Linkage
  • Verify Linkage is Active
  • RTU Open, Verify Linkage
Air Source (AppController)
  • Configure the I/O Channels
  • Scheduling
  • Checkout Notes and Reports
  • Submit your I/O assignments
VAVB1 Zone Terminal lab
  • VAVB1 Configuration
  • Test and Balance
  • Activate the ZS Sensor
VAVB3 Zone Terminal Unit lab
  • VAVB3 Configuration
  • Test and Balance
VAV Master Terminal Unit lab
  • Configure VAV Airside Linkage
  • Setup a Rogue Zone
  • Verify Linkage is Working
  • Single Point Linkage
  • Submit Airside Linkage Verification
Test and Balance
  • Connect Test and Balance Tool
  • Running Test and Balance
  • Clear Parameter Mismatches in Field Assistant®
System Touch
  • Access the System Touch Setup Menu
  • Change the Admin Password
  • Configure Sensor Setup
  • Configure Inactivity Timeout
  • Discover Control Modules
  • Create Group Schedules
Equipment Touch
  • Attach to an Open Controller from the System Touch
  • View Alarm Sources
  • View Schedules
  • View Trends
  • Equipment Properties Menu
  • View Active Alarm Buffer
Factory Reset
  • Default settings

Class Requirements

Materials Needed

You will need a laptop and mouse with these requirements:

  • 2 GHz processor
  • 2 GB RAM (minimum 4 suggested)
  • 30 Gigabyte hard drive with 2 GB disk space free
  • 1 USB Port
  • Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10
  • Google Chrome v44.0
  • Windows 10 Pro (32 or 64 bit)
  • Windows 8 Enterprise and Professional (32 or 64 bit)
  • Windows 7 Pro or Ultimate (32 or 64 bit)
  • Microsoft Edge

You will also need the following hardware:

  • i-Vu® Tech Tools (part number: USB-TKIT) version 6.5 with latest patches.
  • Ethernet/Patch Cable
  • CS training case or equivalent hardware