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Encompass System (ES) SNAP Essentials Custom Programming Virtual
CCE ES SNAP ESS OL

The ES Snap Essentials Custom Programming course is the third in the Controls Expert Training Series. After successfully completing this course, you will be able to use Carrier's Snap tool to quickly and efficiently describe and define microblock properties, read a sequence of operations and translate it to a program, simulate a program to find errors, modify a control program and edit properties pages.


duration cost format
9 days $350 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. Carrier Controls Expert Training is the continuing education organization of Automated Logic Corporation.


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The IS Snap Essentials Custom Programming course is the second in the Controls Expert Training Series. After successfully completing this course, you will be able to use Carrier's Snap tool to quickly and efficiently describe and define microblock properties, read a sequence of operations and translate it to a program, simulate a program to find errors, modify a control program and edit properties pages.

For more information on the Carrier Controls Expert Program, please contact your local Carrier Controls sales representative or visit carrier.com/controls-experts.

Who should attend this training

Carrier field technicians and engineers who are new to Snap.

Learning Objectives

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to use Carrier’s Snap tool to quickly and efficiently to:

  • Describe the different types of microblocks
  • Define microblock properties
  • Read a sequence of operations and translate it to a program
  • Simulate a program to find errors
  • Modify a control program
  • Edit properties pages

Training Methods Used

This course is 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.

Topics Covered

All times are approximate and shown as (classroom hours/lab or workshop hours).

The purpose of a control program
  • An intro to the logic page
Convert a sequence of operation into logic
  • Convert a sequence of operation into logic
Discover microblock families
  • Select and define BACnet inputs
  • Select and define BACnet value
  • Select and define a PID loop
  • Select and define additional microblocks
  • Select and define a BACnet output
  • Add wires and labels
  • Add a symbol to the Favorites list
Create a logic symbol
  • Add another logic symbol to your program
Finish your program
  • Complete your control program
Verify a sequence of operation
  • Study a sequence of operations
  • Create a control program using EquipmentBuilder
  • Verify a sequence of operations
Troubleshoot a sequence of operation
  • Decipher a control program
Properties page
  • Reorder microblocks
  • Add section headers to the Edit Order list
  • Add expand/collapse sections on the properties page
  • Align items on the properties page
Edit an existing control program
  • Modify a control program

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
  • 1 Ethernet Port (wired network interface card (NIC))
  • Internet Explorer 11/Microsoft Edge/Chrome/Firefox or Safari
  • Windows 10 Pro (64 bit)
  • Adobe reader installed (free download from the internet)
  • An internet connection NOT on the Carrier network

You will also need the following hardware:

  • i-Vu® Tech Tools (part number: USB-TKIT) with latest patches.

The IS Snap Essentials Custom Programming course is the second in the Controls Expert Training Series. After successfully completing this course, you will be able to use Carrier's Snap tool to quickly and efficiently describe and define microblock properties, read a sequence of operations and translate it to a program, simulate a program to find errors, modify a control program and edit properties pages.

For more information on the Carrier Controls Expert Program, please contact your local Carrier Controls sales representative or visit carrier.com/controls-experts.

Who should attend this training

Carrier field technicians and engineers who are new to Snap.

Learning Objectives

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to use Carrier’s Snap tool to quickly and efficiently to:

  • Describe the different types of microblocks
  • Define microblock properties
  • Read a sequence of operations and translate it to a program
  • Simulate a program to find errors
  • Modify a control program
  • Edit properties pages

Training Methods Used

This course is 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.

Topics Covered

All times are approximate and shown as (classroom hours/lab or workshop hours).

The purpose of a control program
  • An intro to the logic page
Convert a sequence of operation into logic
  • Convert a sequence of operation into logic
Discover microblock families
  • Select and define BACnet inputs
  • Select and define BACnet value
  • Select and define a PID loop
  • Select and define additional microblocks
  • Select and define a BACnet output
  • Add wires and labels
  • Add a symbol to the Favorites list
Create a logic symbol
  • Add another logic symbol to your program
Finish your program
  • Complete your control program
Verify a sequence of operation
  • Study a sequence of operations
  • Create a control program using EquipmentBuilder
  • Verify a sequence of operations
Troubleshoot a sequence of operation
  • Decipher a control program
Properties page
  • Reorder microblocks
  • Add section headers to the Edit Order list
  • Add expand/collapse sections on the properties page
  • Align items on the properties page
Edit an existing control program
  • Modify a control program

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
  • 1 Ethernet Port (wired network interface card (NIC))
  • Internet Explorer 11/Microsoft Edge/Chrome/Firefox or Safari
  • Windows 10 Pro (64 bit)
  • Adobe reader installed (free download from the internet)
  • An internet connection NOT on the Carrier network

You will also need the following hardware:

  • i-Vu® Tech Tools (part number: USB-TKIT) with latest patches.