BMI Library introduction

Course description
AR110
System 800xA with AC 800M
BMI Introduction
Course Goal
The goal of this course is to learn the modification of existing
applications / projects using the Extended Automation
System 800xA with AC 800M controllers. BMI Library
dedicated programming.
Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the participants will be able
to:
- Explain the System 800xA architecture and the function of
the different components
- Configure the AC 800M hardware and corresponding I/O’s
- Describe the structure of application programs i.e.
variables, libraries, programs, tasks
- Modify existing application programs by using BMI Library
Blocks
- Setup the communication between controllers
- Load the controller and work in online mode
- Check the OPC connectivity to AC800M
- Navigate in the system and create new Objects / Aspects
- Modify Graphic Displays
- Manage and configure Alarm and Events
- Monitor Trends and configure Historical Data Collection
Participant Profile
This training is targeted to system engineers, commissioning
and maintenance personnel, and service engineers who need
have a foundation for maintenance and administration skills
using BMI Library.
Prerequisites
Students shall know the fundamentals of working with Control
Systems and have basic knowledge of Windows 7 and
networking technologies.
Topics
-
System 800xA architecture
Engineering Workplace / Plant Explorer
OPC Connectivity
Application Structures
AC 800M Hardware
BMI Introduction
BMI Library Contents
BMI Library Programming
Communication
Alarm and Events
Historian and Trends
Graphic Displays
Operator Workplace
Course Type and Methods
This is an instructor led course with interactive classroom
discussions and associated lab exercises. Approximately
50% of the course is hands-on lab activities.
Course Duration
The duration is 5 days.
Course description
AR110
System 800xA with AC 800M
BMI Introduction
Course Outline
Day 1
-
Course Overview
System 800xA Architecture
Operation
Engineering Workplace / Plant Explorer
OPC Connectivity
-
Application Structures
AC 800M Hardware
Libraries
Variables and Data Types
Day 2
Day 3
- Control Modules
- BMI Library Programming
Day 4
-
BMI Library Programming (Continues)
Task Assignment and Memory
Communication
Alarm and Events
Day 5
- Graphic Displays
- Historian and Trends
- Operator Workplace
ABB University
BU Control Technologies
www.abb.com/controlsystems
www.abb.com/abbuniversity
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