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i-Vu® System (IS) Open Virtual
CCE IS OPN OL

The IS virtual course is the second 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 Field Applied controllers and User Interface of i-Vu servers, which include Web Appliance and i-Vu Pro. Video bases training – controls hardware is optional but recommended.


duration cost format course prerequisites
10 days $550 online must be CS certified
location course date registration closes register
Online 07/08/2020 06/26/2020

To obtain a registration link for this class, please contact your local Carrier Sales Office Controls Representative.

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Online 08/03/2020 07/27/2020
Online 08/17/2020 08/07/2020

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.


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The IS virtual course is the second 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 Field Applied controllers and User Interface of i-Vu servers, which include Web Appliance and i-Vu Pro. Video bases training – controls hardware is optional but recommended.

The virtual classroom allows the learner to take up to 10 days to complete the video-led training equivalent of the 4 day classroom 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 representative or visit www.carrier.com/controls-experts.

*Hardware is not required for this course but recommended.

Who should attend this training

CCarrier 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 Field Applied controllers and User Interface of i-Vu servers, which include Web Appliance and i-Vu Pro.

Learning Objectives

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

  • Install Field Applied controllers/li>
  • Download Field Applied controllers/li>
  • Commission Field Applied controllers

Learning Methods Used

This course uses video-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

Field Applied (FA)
  • Verify Addresses and Baud
  • Find Controllers
  • Rotary Dials
  • Inspect the Control Modules
  • Configuring a Router/Link
  • Preparing the IP Connection for the Computer
  • Preparing the Router for Communication
  • Setup/Check the Local Network Ports
  • Launch Field Assistant and Verify the Version
  • Create a System and Connect
  • Find Devices
  • Time Broadcasting
  • EquipmentBuilder®
  • Create Equipment and Graphics
  • Add Control Programs and Graphics
  • Download Control Modules
  • Retrieving Proper Equipment Ref Name
  • Delete Programs from the Controllers
  • Reupload the Programs from the Controllers
  • Define I/O Points
  • Assign/Adjust I/O Assignments
  • Commissioning Equipment
  • Single Point Linkage
  • Interlock the Exhaust Fan
  • Properly Setup Demand Limiting
  • Water Source Heat Pump Commissioning
  • Configure the WSHP
  • Use Single Point Linkage to Bind Heating and Cooling Demand Levels
  • Change the WSHP to Include Window Contact
  • Configure the Condenser Water Linkage
  • Run the WSHP to Engage Heating and Cooling
  • Change Order – Add 30HXC
  • Create your Equipment File and Graphic
  • Add the Control Program and Graphic
  • Change Order – Add Carrier® Legacy Algorithm
  • Create Equipment
  • Add the Control Program
  • Download the control module
  • Configure the I/O’s
  • Commission the Input and Output
  • Single Point Linkage
  • Study a Sequence of Operations
  • Verify Logic
  • Create a Custom Piece of Equipment
  • Use Text Microblocks and start creating the snap program
  • Create a Control Program with the following Sequence of Operation
  • Configure Property Pages
  • Create a Graphic
  • Download the Buzzer Control Program
  • Commission the Buzzer program
  • Produce Source Files
User Interface (UI)
  • User Interface Class
  • Prepare the i-Vu® Server (Web Appliance)
  • i-Vu® Server Setup (Management Tool - Web Appliance)
  • i-Vu Pro - Site Builder (Video Only - Create a site)
  • Confirm TCP/IP Properties for your Laptop
  • Access the i-Vu Servers’ Management Tool (Web Appliance)
  • Set your Laptop’s IP Address
  • Use Windows Ping command (Web Appliance)
  • i-Vu® Server Setup (Setup Screen - Web Appliance)
  • Connect the Laptop and the i-Vu Server to the System
  • Confirm Communication with the i-Vu Server (Web Appliance)
  • Start the Interface (Web Appliance)
  • Complete the i-Vu® Startup Process (Web Appliance)
  • Installer – Upload Controllers
  • Import Source Files
  • Discover controllers and Upload Controllers
  • Installer – Arrange User View
  • Create Area
  • Move Equipment
  • Installer – Operators
  • Create an Administrator
  • Create a Power User
  • Create a Standard User
  • Installer – General Options
  • Time Synchronization
  • Enable Support for Alarm Popup Client®
  • Optimize download for Open PIC controllers
  • Installer – Floorplan Graphics
  • Edit a Graphic in ViewBuilder®
  • Add the Graphic to i-Vu®
  • More Graphics Practice
  • Installer - Backups
  • Create Source Files
  • Export clippings file
  • User - Schedules
  • Create a Normal Weekly Schedule
  • Create a Holiday Schedule utilizing the Wildcard
  • Create an Override Schedule for the WSHP
  • Use Ignore Schedules Above Feature
  • Add a Schedule Groups
  • User - Alarms
  • Configure Alarm Popup Client
  • Configure an Alarm to Utilize Alarm Popup Client
  • Simulate an Alarm
  • Edit the Alarm Popup
  • User - Trends
  • Create a Custom Trend
  • User - Reports
  • Investigate Various Reports

Materials Needed

Course is performed in a video format. Connecting to your own Controls hardware is optional.

Requirements
  • Internet Explorer 11/Microsoft Edge/Chrome/Firefox or Safari
  • A good internet connection – wired network preferred
  • Your own valid HVACPartners account

If connecting to the hardware you will also need a computer with these requirements and controllers:

  • 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))
  • Windows 10 Pro (64 bit)
  • Adobe PDF reader installed (free download from the internet)
  • i-Vu Tech Tools (part number: USB-TKIT) with latest patches
  • Carrier controls hardware (controllers):
    • TruVu MPC processor
    • App Controller
    • UC Open XP (or UC open)
    • UPC and CCN Chiller MBB board (optional)

The IS virtual course is the second 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 Field Applied controllers and User Interface of i-Vu servers, which include Web Appliance and i-Vu Pro. Video bases training – controls hardware is optional but recommended.

The virtual classroom allows the learner to take up to 10 days to complete the video-led training equivalent of the 4 day classroom 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 representative or visit www.carrier.com/controls-experts.

*Hardware is not required for this course but recommended.

Who should attend this training

CCarrier 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 Field Applied controllers and User Interface of i-Vu servers, which include Web Appliance and i-Vu Pro.

Learning Objectives

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

  • Install Field Applied controllers/li>
  • Download Field Applied controllers/li>
  • Commission Field Applied controllers

Learning Methods Used

This course uses video-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

Field Applied (FA)
  • Verify Addresses and Baud
  • Find Controllers
  • Rotary Dials
  • Inspect the Control Modules
  • Configuring a Router/Link
  • Preparing the IP Connection for the Computer
  • Preparing the Router for Communication
  • Setup/Check the Local Network Ports
  • Launch Field Assistant and Verify the Version
  • Create a System and Connect
  • Find Devices
  • Time Broadcasting
  • EquipmentBuilder®
  • Create Equipment and Graphics
  • Add Control Programs and Graphics
  • Download Control Modules
  • Retrieving Proper Equipment Ref Name
  • Delete Programs from the Controllers
  • Reupload the Programs from the Controllers
  • Define I/O Points
  • Assign/Adjust I/O Assignments
  • Commissioning Equipment
  • Single Point Linkage
  • Interlock the Exhaust Fan
  • Properly Setup Demand Limiting
  • Water Source Heat Pump Commissioning
  • Configure the WSHP
  • Use Single Point Linkage to Bind Heating and Cooling Demand Levels
  • Change the WSHP to Include Window Contact
  • Configure the Condenser Water Linkage
  • Run the WSHP to Engage Heating and Cooling
  • Change Order – Add 30HXC
  • Create your Equipment File and Graphic
  • Add the Control Program and Graphic
  • Change Order – Add Carrier® Legacy Algorithm
  • Create Equipment
  • Add the Control Program
  • Download the control module
  • Configure the I/O’s
  • Commission the Input and Output
  • Single Point Linkage
  • Study a Sequence of Operations
  • Verify Logic
  • Create a Custom Piece of Equipment
  • Use Text Microblocks and start creating the snap program
  • Create a Control Program with the following Sequence of Operation
  • Configure Property Pages
  • Create a Graphic
  • Download the Buzzer Control Program
  • Commission the Buzzer program
  • Produce Source Files
User Interface (UI)
  • User Interface Class
  • Prepare the i-Vu® Server (Web Appliance)
  • i-Vu® Server Setup (Management Tool - Web Appliance)
  • i-Vu Pro - Site Builder (Video Only - Create a site)
  • Confirm TCP/IP Properties for your Laptop
  • Access the i-Vu Servers’ Management Tool (Web Appliance)
  • Set your Laptop’s IP Address
  • Use Windows Ping command (Web Appliance)
  • i-Vu® Server Setup (Setup Screen - Web Appliance)
  • Connect the Laptop and the i-Vu Server to the System
  • Confirm Communication with the i-Vu Server (Web Appliance)
  • Start the Interface (Web Appliance)
  • Complete the i-Vu® Startup Process (Web Appliance)
  • Installer – Upload Controllers
  • Import Source Files
  • Discover controllers and Upload Controllers
  • Installer – Arrange User View
  • Create Area
  • Move Equipment
  • Installer – Operators
  • Create an Administrator
  • Create a Power User
  • Create a Standard User
  • Installer – General Options
  • Time Synchronization
  • Enable Support for Alarm Popup Client®
  • Optimize download for Open PIC controllers
  • Installer – Floorplan Graphics
  • Edit a Graphic in ViewBuilder®
  • Add the Graphic to i-Vu®
  • More Graphics Practice
  • Installer - Backups
  • Create Source Files
  • Export clippings file
  • User - Schedules
  • Create a Normal Weekly Schedule
  • Create a Holiday Schedule utilizing the Wildcard
  • Create an Override Schedule for the WSHP
  • Use Ignore Schedules Above Feature
  • Add a Schedule Groups
  • User - Alarms
  • Configure Alarm Popup Client
  • Configure an Alarm to Utilize Alarm Popup Client
  • Simulate an Alarm
  • Edit the Alarm Popup
  • User - Trends
  • Create a Custom Trend
  • User - Reports
  • Investigate Various Reports

Materials Needed

Course is performed in a video format. Connecting to your own Controls hardware is optional.

Requirements
  • Internet Explorer 11/Microsoft Edge/Chrome/Firefox or Safari
  • A good internet connection – wired network preferred
  • Your own valid HVACPartners account

If connecting to the hardware you will also need a computer with these requirements and controllers:

  • 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))
  • Windows 10 Pro (64 bit)
  • Adobe PDF reader installed (free download from the internet)
  • i-Vu Tech Tools (part number: USB-TKIT) with latest patches
  • Carrier controls hardware (controllers):
    • TruVu MPC processor
    • App Controller
    • UC Open XP (or UC open)
    • UPC and CCN Chiller MBB board (optional)