//EIM Series 2000 Actuator Maintenance and Operation – Level 1
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Course Number

VA111

Length

8am to 4:30pm / 4 Days

Cost

$1,200 (Prices are subject to change)

Schedule

Houston, TX (19200 Northwest Fwy), January 23, 2017
(Subject To Change)
Houston, TX (19200 Northwest Fwy), October 16, 2017 
(Subject To Change)

Synopsis

This 4-day course presents a fundamental overview of the construction, assembly, hardware, software and configuration of EIM actuators. Students attending this program will demonstrate an ability to identify actuator hardware, components and assemblies. All students will demonstrate the ability to setup, configure, check and verify operation of various actuator configurations using appropriate hardware or software.

Topics

  • MCP:
    • Set Limit Switch and Torque Stop
    • Mechanical Disassembly (Basic)
    • Change Torque Springs
    • Identify Components in Package and in Wiring Diagram
  • M2CP:
    • Set Limit Switch and Torque Stop
    • Mechanical Disassembly (Basic)
    • Change Torque Springs
    • Identify Components in Package and in Wiring Diagram
  • Tec2/Model500:
    • Set Limit Switch and Torque Stop
    • Mechanical Disassembly (Basic)
    • Change Torque Springs
    • Identify Components in Package and in Wiring Diagram
    • Set Configuration Files
  • TecLinkDCMLink:
    • Troubleshoot Settings via the Software
  • Identify the Basic Components and Assemblies of EIM Actuators
  • Disassemble and Reassemble of EIM Actuators
  • Application
  • Troubleshoot Start-up Problems Associated with Installation, Configuration and Operation of Various Control and Actuator Combinations

Prerequisites

Students planning on attending this program should have a minimum of 1 year’s field service experience and have a working knowledge of MS Windows. Each student should have a strong background in the mechanical operation and electrical operation of EIM products.