This, the first in a series of Historian Advanced topics, is designed to provide the student with the ability to configure these Historian Collectors and work with some of their advanced functionality.
Topics focus on server-based configuration tasks utilizing Historian tools covered in the Funda-mentals class such as the Desktop Administrator, Excel Add-In and the File Collector, to configure tags to perform calculations, store Alarms and Event, replicate data from other Historian Servers or third part time series data sources, then how to build greater levels of reliability with Collector Redundancy and specific to iFIX, enhance redun-dancy through synchronization. This is very much a hands on practical course for the more advanced developer.
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for process, automation, or instrumentation engineers and system integra-tors who will be developing, configuring, and using applications on a Historian system.
Are there any pre-requisites?
Participants should have attended the Historian Fundamentals course and have a good working knowledge of Windows operating systems and Microsoft Excel.
• Configure the Calculation Collector
• Configure Python Expressions
• Configure Alarm and Event Collection
• Use the Server to Server Collector and Server to Server Distributor
• Configure the ODBC Collector
• Configure Collector Redundancy