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Three-Channel Data Acquisition Training | Analyze Process Control Data

Model Name: Three-Channel Data Acquisition Learning System

Model Number: T5553-R1A

Learning Topics

  • Digital Chart Recorder Menu
  • Navigation
  • Digital Chart Recorder Configuration
  • Thermocouple Application
  • RTD Application
  • Voltage/Current Applications
  • Chart Recorder Display Formats
  • Continuous and Fuzzy Logging
  • Data Transfer
  • Alarms, Math Functions and Totalizers
  • Loading Data
  • Graph Events, Display Formatting and Printing
  • Back to Three-Channel Data Acquisition Training | Analyze Process Control Data

Amatrol’s Three-Channel Data Acquisition Training System (T5553-R1A) adds to the Thermal Process Control Learning System (T5553) to teach the fundamentals of data acquisition. This system consists of equipment used to receive, record, and analyze process data. A chart recorder is one of the most commonly used pieces of data acquisition equipment. Chart recorders create a graphical representation of an electrical input signal received from an input device and provide an on-screen display of the process results.

Chart recording is one of the most important skills a student can learn. The Three-Channel Data Acquisition training system identifies process variables, providing learners with the ability to accomplish work with navigation, digital chart recorder configuration, data transfer, and more, in a precise and effective manner. Amatrol uses components that learners will find on-the-job in order to give the best opportunity to build confidence and industrial competencies.

Hands-On Data Acquisition and Process Instrumentation

The Three-Channel Data Acquisition training uses real-world components to aid in teaching process variables such as temperature, flow, level and pH, as well as their changes over time. Learners will study how to use chart recorders to collect and display process data. The Data Acquisition training system includes a Honeywell eZtrend chart recorder, Honeywell Trend- Manager software, and a 10-Ohm precision resistor assembly. These technologies augment teaching of process instrumentation, enabling learners to observe what is happening inside the system and more clearly understand the effects of external disturbances and their own adjustments.

World-Class Data Acquisition Curriculum and Real-World Skills

This Three-Channel Data Acquisition training system also includes Amatrol’s world-class curriculum, which combines strong theoretical knowledge and concepts with hands-on skills for the best industrial competency-building on the market. Students will also learn how to use computer software to view and manipulate the data. This thorough, exceptionally detailed curriculum is built to begin with the basics and steadily advance to more complex concepts and skill. In addition to the included print curriculum, Amatrol offers this course in an online eBook format. Amatrol’s eBooks provide easy, quick navigation and searchable course content in an online computer-based format.

Student Reference Guide

A sample copy of the Three-Channel Data Acquisition Learning System Student Reference Guide is also included with the system for your evaluation. The Student Reference Guide takes the entire series’ technical content contained in the learning objectives and combines them into one perfectly-bound book. Student Reference Guides supplement this course by providing a condensed, inexpensive reference tool that learners will find invaluable once they finish their training making it the perfect course takeaway.

Key Features

  • Adds to the T5553
  • Teaches the fundamentals of data acquisition
  • Learn how to use chart recorders to collect and display process data
  • Optional Online eBooks
  • Student Reference Guide

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