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iFIX Learning Track: iFIX Fundamentals

Schedule

Location :  Distance Learning (Automatech - Eastern Time)

Location
Start Date
End DateStatus
Distance Learning (Automatech - Eastern Time)20-Sep-202124-Sep-2021
Course Full
Distance Learning (Automatech - Eastern Time)25-Oct-202129-Oct-2021
Distance Learning (Automatech - Eastern Time)06-Dec-202110-Dec-2021

Location :  Distance Learning (GE Digital - Australia Eastern time)

Location
Start Date
End DateStatus
Distance Learning (GE Digital - Australia Eastern time)22-Nov-202125-Nov-2021
Distance Learning (GE Digital - Australia Eastern time)21-Feb-202224-Feb-2022

Location :  Distance Learning (GE Digital - Central Europe time)

Location
Start Date
End DateStatus
Distance Learning (GE Digital - Central Europe time)29-Nov-202103-Dec-2021

Location :  Distance Learning (TMMI - Mountain Time)

Location
Start Date
End DateStatus
Distance Learning (TMMI - Mountain Time)20-Sep-202124-Sep-2021
Course Full
Distance Learning (TMMI - Mountain Time)08-Nov-202112-Nov-2021
Distance Learning (TMMI - Mountain Time)13-Dec-202117-Dec-2021

Location :  Distance Learning (Wunderlich-Malec - Pacific Time)

Location
Start Date
End DateStatus
Distance Learning (Wunderlich-Malec - Pacific Time)13-Dec-202116-Dec-2021

Course Description

iFIX Fundamentals

Overview

The iFIX Fundamentals course is designed to provide a good working knowledge of iFIX. All major features are covered, from project configuration to data acquisition and visualization. Valuable hands-on lab exercises are provided to guide students through the building and modification of an HMI/SCADA application from top to bottom.

Audience

This course is designed for process, automation or instrumentation engineers and system integrators who will be developing, configuring and using applications on an iFIX system.

When you complete this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand communication between iFIX SCADA Servers and iClient nodes.
  • Configure iFIX nodes using the System Configuration Utility.
  • Configure I/O Drivers & OPC Servers to communicate with iFIX.
  • Create and modify Process Database tags.
  • Create graphic screens (pictures) using a wide variety of object types and animations.
  • Design and build a picture navigation strategy.
  • Create basic scripts using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA).
  • Configure alarming and create screens to monitor and acknowledge alarms.
  • Use trending to monitor both real-time and historical data.
  • Design a system-wide security strategy.
  • Use a variety of iFIX Utilities and OS tools to troubleshoot project or system process faults.

Duration

  • 32 hours

Delivery Format

Instructor-led:

  • Physical classroom
  • Virtual classroom
  • Onsite