EasyIO Academy - CPT Training

4 - 5, 2020
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
30261 Stephenson Hwy, Madison Heights, MI 48071
Norm Miller Classroom
(248) 591-3560
9 seats remaining
1350

Course Overview:

The EasyIO Academy CPT Training will be a (2) day training course where students will recieve the fundamental programming knowledge for EasyIO Sedona based controllers using the CPT programming toolset. **NOTE: EASYIO FS-32 and FW-08 included in price**

Course Objectives:

  • Intro
  • Install CPT
    • Examine Files on USB
  • Controller Factory Reset
  • Controller Firmware Upgrade
  • CPT - Fundamentals
    • Projects
    • Sedona Apps
    • Navigation / Library / Properties / Slots / Links / Notes
    • Metrics
      • Benchmark
      • Scan Period
      • Memory Available
    • Kit Management
  • CPT Basic Programming
    • FS - Hot Water Plant (Instructors Discretion)
      • System Enable
  • CPT - Basic Programming Continued
    • Lead / Lag Based on Runtime
      • Boiler Staging
    • FS - Chilled Water Plant (Instructors Discretion)
      • System Enable
      • Lead / Lag Based on Runtime
      • Chiller Staging
  • FS - Backup / Restore
    • Kit Management / Backup Management / Dashboard
  • CPT - Basic Programming Continued
    • UserLib
    • FS - AHU Program - Pulled from UserLib
  • BACnet Server
  • History Collection
    • SQL Function Block
  • Email
  • Graphics
    • Basics
    • Schedule
    • SQL Exporter
  • Intro to WiFi
    • What is it?
    • How is it used?
  • Network Architecture / Design
  • Troubleshooting / Wifi Survey
  • FW - Firmware Upgrade
  • FW - Configuration
    • Get Connected
  • FW - Restore RTU App
  • FW - Dashboard
  • P2P (Peer to Peer)
    • FS- FW
  • FS - BACnet Client
  • Apps Tool

Pre-Requisites:

  • Each student is required to have a Windows 7/8/10 laptop with admin rights, including the ability to turn off the Windows firewall and to download/install software
  • Network Cable 6' long or greater
  • HTML-5 Compatible Web Browser (Chrome preferred or Mozilla Firefox)
  • Students are expected to have a functional working knowledge of Windows and computers, including: understanding navigation, locating files, folder structures, file paths, browser basics, cut/copy/paste, and using a mouse/keyboard (right/left click) in order to be successful in this class.