XBS Systems > CXBS5000
Class Type Engineering
System XBS Central
Duration 5.0 days, 10 Hours/Day
Class Audience Electricians, electronic systems specialists, and maintenance persons responsible for electrical/electronic installation work at customer sites, Honeywell Authorized System Distributor Installation personnel, and Honeywell systems technicians for XBS or other systems and Programmers/analysts familiar with PC Hardware and Application programs, and Windows.
Offered At Customer site or St Paul
# of Students Minimum 5, Maximum 8
Cost $1990 per person at site, $1290 per person St Paul
Pre-requisites CXBX1003, CXBX3001
Brief The objective of the course is to expose the student to the full range of capabilities of the Honeywell CARE Application. The course is extensive and hence is full 5 days with each day extending to 10 hours of work. The goal of this drill is to make the student fully conversant with this product. A power usage of this product is the expected outcome of this admittedly stiff training schedule.
The getting started section shows how to start and exit CARE program, problem Windows and use of on-line help.
The next module of the course goes into project definition including plant definition and management and controller definition and management.
In the next module the students learn what a plant schematic is and how to create one and how to develop a control strategy for it. This leads naturally into switching logic and tables for points.
Next the course discusses the various System editors available and their use to program such items as point descriptors and many other text items.
All aspects of a time program are then discussed and exemplified. This leads to the final function of plant translation. At this point all special and quite technical functions are covered such as the import and export of controller data and graphics, and all system reports, in particular point termination and point data documentation reports.
File management functions are discussed in detail. These functions include backing up databases, upload/download functions, export/import functions and restoring databases.
Objectives Upon completion of the course the student will be able to:
· Start the Honeywell CARE Application Program
· Sign-on/sign-off from CARE System
· Perform all opening and closing functions for all CARE Database Elements such as controllers and plants
· Perform all creation functions for all CARE Database Elements such as Excel Project Creation
· Perform all Management functions for Projects, Plants and Controllers
· Attach/detach a Plant
· Perform all Plant Schematics functions to prepare for a fully functional application for any applicable controller
· Program all necessary control Strategies to deliver a fully functional application for the end-user
· Program all necessary Switching Logic functions to deliver a fully functional application for the end-user
· Program all time program functions necessary to deliver a fully functional application for the end-user
· Work with all System Editors for text programming functions such as point descriptors and many others elements
· Translate all plants successfully to generate a fully functional application for the end-user
· Generate all system documentation for the end-user
· Perform professionally all file management functions for the created site database such as backup/restore, upload/download controllers, EPROM programming, import/export functions to Element Library
· Loading CARE and preparing PC to run CARE
· Use of Serialized Protection disks and Blocks
· CARE Start-Up
· Basic Navigation through the CARE Screens
· All Point Database Modification/Management Procedures
· All Control Strategy/switching Logic Procedures
· All System Editors
· Time programs
· Plant Translation
· System DocumentationFile Management