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Training



EasyIO FS, FG+ and Programming Training - $150


Join Controlco in Franklin, Tennessee, for two EasyIO training courses. First, for an introduction to the CPT programming tool that powers your FS and FG+ controllers, we're offering a one-day course hosted by our in-house technical expert, Steven Haynes. Attending this class makes you CPT certified, which qualifies you to attend the advanced training taking place the next day. Registration for each class is independent, so pick the class that makes the most sense for your needs and meet us in Franklin in a few weeks. Cost is $150 for each day or $300 for both. Lunch will be provided for both days. Review the full agenda below.


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AGENDA

INTRO, Day 1

  • Navigating the CPT Tool
  • What is Sedona?
  • What are kits?
  • Managing Kits

ADVANCED, Day 2

Best practices to keep applications working efficiently. Learning objectives:

  • Creating logic to track available memory
  • Creating folders to isolate logic
  • Using NTP to sync time
  • Measuring limits in BACnet Devices Client and Point Cloud Client/Server, Modbus Device Count and Point Cuont Master/Slave, P2P points, Max Schedules, Max Web Client Connections, device backups.

Taking a deep dive into SQL databases. Learning objectives:

  • Setup data sources in CPT
  • Building widgets
  • Other Data Sources
  • Using Adaptor Widget from Dashboard

Product Overview during working lunch.

  • FS-32
  • FT
  • Product roadmap

Email Service. Learning objectives:

  • Setup Email Service
  • Sending Emails with Alarms
  • Attaching history in email

Developing Custom Kits in CPT. Learning objectives:

  • How to use the develop kit function in CPT
  • Creating a Sedona kit
  • Build a Manifest file
  • Build a Sedona object
  • Compile Kits
  • Loading new Kits into controller

Graphics. Learning objectives:

  • Creating graphics for application, monitoring, reporting
  • Creating one graphic and using it for multiple integrated controllers
  • Create your own widget utilizing the adapter widget