Mark VIe Control Migration from Mark V
This training will familiarize students with the hardware and software components of the control system, changes to the HMI and the overall control system architecture. It will develop strong skills in process alarm troubleshooting and analysis of the control code. Additional training includes LVDT calibration, control interface (Cimplicity HMI) software programming, sequence editing, diagnostic alarm troubleshooting and advanced data collection techniques.
Please note: The training equipment (trainer) will not run the site software. It will operate on generic, machine-compatible software (i.e. if the site training is for a steam turbine, the trainer will operate using a 'generic' steam turbine). If the site software is available at the time of the training, it will be used to illustrate various aspects of the training material, but it will not be loaded on the trainer.
If no sessions are scheduled, please inquire. We can schedule the following on request: on-site training, open enrollment hosted at Baker Hughes facilities, or customized courses. Please visit our contact page to inquire or click below to request a quote for your region.