This course begins with an overview of the FactoryTalk View SE software including terminology, components, features, architectural layouts and the project manager application. The student will develop a project and learn about creating an application followed by creating a project run time client. Data Servers and Tag Database will be covered. This course continues with an in-depth look at the Graphic Editor including editing properties, creating, editing and using objects, inserting graphics, adding and editing animation and tag substitution to objects. You will also add/edit push button, numeric and string objects, attach commands, add fill animation to display objects and import graphics on displays. The student will be able to create, edit and use Tag Placeholders and many more.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to organize and develop FactoryTalk® View Site Edition (SE) applications. This course provides opportunities for you to work with local FactoryTalk View SE applications.
During class, you will have the opportunity to practice the skills used to create an application and build graphic displays. You will learn how to configure alarms and security, trend data, and test your application using FactoryTalk View SE Client. You will also work with RSLinx Enterprise communications software and the FactoryTalk Diagnostics system. After practicing these skills in a local application, you will receive a high-level overview of how a network application is created.
• Getting Started with FactoryTalk View SE Software
• Creating and Configuring a Local FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Creating a Graphic Display and Adding Basic Objects in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Adding Interactive Objects to a Display and Creating a FactoryTalk View SE Client
• Animating a Graphic Display in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Creating and Managing HMI Tags in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Creating, Modifying, and Viewing a Data Log Model in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Creating Trends and Trend Overlays in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Using Tag Placeholders in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Configuring Global Objects and Global Object Parameters in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Adding VBA Display Code in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Creating a Derived Tags File and an Event File in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Creating Keys, Macros and Symbols in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Configuring HMI Tag-Based Alarms in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Configuring FactoryTalk Alarms and Events in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Planning and Configuring Basic Security in the FactoryTalk Directory
• Configuring Security in a FactoryTalk View SE Application
• Displaying a FactoryTalk View SE Application in FactoryTalk ViewPoint
• Creating and Configuring a Network Distributed FactoryTalk View SE Application
Individuals who need to develop FactoryTalk View SE local (stand-alone) or network distributed applications should attend this course.
To successfully complete this course, experience operating a personal computer within a Microsoft Windows 7 environment is recommended.