You can obtain training on ROC, FloBoss™, Bristol® and ControlWave® brand products at various locations around the world. Our training courses for the ROC and FloBoss products are coordinated through the Educational Services branch of Emerson Process Management. Courses for Bristol and ControlWave products are coordinated through our headquarters in Watertown, CT.
Course List (click here for details on any of the following courses or for other available courses)
Course RA331 ControlWave® Configuration
This 2-1/2 day hands-on course covers the hardware, configuration and maintenance of the ControlWave product family. This course will equip you with the necessary knowledge and practice needed to configure the ControlWave hardware for communications. Learn how to troubleshoot and utilize software application programs to perform diagnostics and monitor live data and communication statistics.
Course RA441 ControlWave® Designer Fundamentals
This 4-1/2 day hands-on course covers programming the ControlWave product family using the ControlWave Designer IEC61131-3 software and the Designer function block library. This course will provide the participant the necessary knowledge and skills required to define and control inputs and outputs of related real world applications. Participants will generate and debug simple control strategy programs using Function Block, Ladder Logic, Structured Text, and Sequential Function Chart programming. They will also learn the basics of ControlWave communications, historical data storage, alarming, hardware configurations and much more.
Course RA442 ControlWave® Designer Communications Programming
This 4-1/2 day course is a continuation of ControlWave® Designer Fundamentals course focusing on networking and communications. Participants will program the ControlWave to communicate to other devices in a network, as well as transfer and receive signal lists using serial and IP communications. Other application software will be utilized to configure, establish, and debug communications with these devices. Participants will learn the advanced methods of communicating to Bristol and ControlWave devices using Client/Server modules, and to Modbus protocol devices using custom function blocks
Course RA443 ControlWave Designer Accelerated Programming
Save time and money by attending this fast-paced, hands-on course for programming the ControlWave® product family using IEC-61131-3 standard software and Bristol®-supplied functions. This course provides you with the knowledge and skills required to define and control inputs and outputs of related real world applications, including communications and troubleshooting. Students will generate and debug control strategy programs using several programming languages while learning the basics of ControlWave network communications, historical data storage, alarming, and hardware configurations, including MODBUS communications.
Course RA445 ControlWave® Gas Measurement Products
The ControlWave Gas Measurement 2-1/2 day course provides participants with a thorough understanding of configuring the ControlWave® GFC, EFM, and XFC Flow Computers for single or multiple-run gas measurement. As a hands-on course, students will use TechView to collect historical logs, calibrate internal and external pressure sensors, and gain troubleshooting techniques for real world applications.
Course RA1220 FloBoss Engineering I
This 4-1/2 day course will provide an overall working knowledge of the FloBoss 103, FloBoss 107. Participants are presented with a comprehensive view of the FloBoss 103/107 hardware and ROCLINK800 software to obtain the necessary knowledge needed to effectively install, configure and maintain the FloBoss 103/107 products. Each student will be provided with a PC (ROCLINK800 preinstalled), a FloBoss 107RTU, a communications cable and a workbook for the duration of the class. However, participants are encouraged to bring their laptop to class.
Course RA1240 ROC 809 Engineering I
This 4 ½ day course will provide an overall working knowledge of the ROC800 series RTU. Participants are presented with a comprehensive view of the ROC800 series hardware and ROCLINK800 software to obtain the necessary knowledge needed to effectively install, configure and maintain the ROC800 series products. Each student will be provided with a PC (ROCLINK800 preinstalled), a Remote Automation Solutions RTU, a communications cable and a workbook for the duration of the course. However, participants are encouraged to bring their laptop to class.