Enterprise Buildings Integrator Systems > EBI2103
EBI2103 Enterprise Building Integrator Engineering (Quick Builder/hdwbld/pntbld Utilities)
Class Type Programming
System Network Operating Systems
Duration 2.5 Days
Class Audience Honeywell Systems Engineers, Programmers, Electricians, Electronic Systems Specialists, and maintenance persons responsible for electrical/electronic installation/maintenance of XL5000/XBS-i systems or subsystems 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 some version of Windows.
Offered At Customer site or St Paul
# of Students Minimum 4, Maximum 8
Cost $1095 per person at site, $795per person St Paul
Pre-requisites Familiarity with PC Hardware/Some Version of windows. Windows 2000 highly recommended.
Remark 1 Each student will be expected to bring a licensed copy of the EBI software for Excelnet Interface. The class is designed to concentrate on the EBI system configuration on an existing Excel 5000 system. Excel 5000 hardware will be provided in the class.
Remark 2 The course is heavily hands on oriented and does not go into any detailed analysis of abstract networking standards and concepts. The course is about EBI mandatory and optional configuration functions.
Brief This high-powered course is designed basically for engineers installing Honeywell Network Based Automation Systems of one kind or another. The course immediately provides an elaborate overview of Windows 2000 Professional and Windows 2000 Server Systems.
The first step in the course is a quick overview of the EBI database creation process. The students then perform an elaborate lab exercise on this topic
The course then steps into a detailed and step by step analysis of the EBI Data base creation/configuration process. Topics are covered in their natural order as much as possible. The following topics are covered in detail and show how the class presents a complex system configuration process in easily recognizable segments for an easy and fun training class:
Each of these topics is supported by detailed Lab exercises. The instructor first motivates each topic. Then each topic functions are demonstrated and elaborated. Finally students perform the functions on their lab stations. The class material is quite abstract and advanced. Please be aware t6hat for most situations the quick builder utility is sufficient but that advanced utilities are available for more complex applications. The class does address these.
Objectives Upon completion of the course the student will be able to: