The SafetyNet Workbench Training class is designed to give students the knowledge necessary to engineer, configure, and maintain a SafetyNet system. Students will create several projects during the class, allowing them to go through the complete project development cycle multiple times during the class. This includes project configuration, tag creation, IO module configuration, control strategy development, downloading, and debugging.
Who should attend?
The course is designed for application engineers, process control engineers, systems integrators, and end users that are involved in the design, development, and installation of safety systems.
Are there any prerequisites?
Participants should have a working knowledge of Windows operating systems. Participants should also have skill and experience with HMI configuration and development.
• Overview of SafetyNet;
• SafetyNet Controllers and IO Modules;
• System Architecture;
• 8000 IO Workbench;
• Tag Creation;
• Hardware Configuration;
• Shutdown Strategy Development;
• Analysis Tools;
• Downloading; Debugging; Online Changes;
• Project Management Tools;
• Trusted Host Table;
• Keyswitch; Modes;
• Controller Passwords; User Administration;
• Safe Writes from Non-Safe Applications