Computrols Web-Based Training Courses

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As a result of social distancing requirements recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Computrols will be hosting our first-ever, online training courses. Each course will include expert instruction over a three day period. Each day will include 3 to 4 hours of lecture with time for Q & A.

The cost of these courses will be:

  • $1,000 per person
  • $3,000 per group of 3 or more from the same facility

Training seats are pre-paid and can be reserved by filling out the form below or calling your Computrols representative. For more details on the individual courses, please see below.

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CBAS Level I – May 12th to 14th

Computrols CBAS Level I Training provides attendees with an introduction to Computrols Building Automation Software (CBAS) and basic hardware configuration. It is recommended that all student have their own version of CBAS and basic competency operating a Windows-based PC. Some of the focus areas of this training will include:

System Architecture | Hardware Configuration | System Tuning

Component Identification | Basic Networking | Programming Applications

CBAS Modes | Database Creation Templates | Database Structure

Controller/Point Programming Protocols | Navigation | Logic Programming

CBAS Menu Options | Setting Alarms | PID Loops | Database Management

Trouble Shooting | Backups | Fault Identification |Passwords

Sequence Editing

CBAS Level II – May 19th to 21st

The CBAS Level II Training Course will take a deeper dive into HVAC systems, controls programming methodology, and Computrols web-based application, CBAS Web. To enter this course, one must have a working knowledge of Computrols system architecture, software navigation, basic logic and point programming, and database handling. Trainees are encouraged to have their own version of CBAS (version 15.2 or later) open during training sessions. The subject matter of this course will include but not be limited to:

HVAC Systems Overview – Controls Theory & Application of Computrols Products

Chillers | Cooling Towers | Boilers |Pumps | AHU Control

Water Source Heat Pumps | DX Control

Controls programming methodology of air handling units, rooftop units, fan coil units, water source heat pumps, VAVs, chillers, boilers, pumps, and towers.

Review of CBAS Web

Setup/Configuration | Tenant OT and CBAS Programming Dashboards Access Control | Graphics Import

 

About Scott Holstein

Scott Holstein is the Director of Marketing and Business Development for Computrols where he began working in early 2016. Holstein has since entrenched himself in the building automation industry and has written articles for the Computrols blog, ControlTrends, and AutomatedBuildings.com and spoken at a number of industry events. Some of his specialties outside of sales and marketing include new technology trends in smart buildings, energy efficiency strategies, and the internet of things.