To insure that both new and previous customers are familiar with our equipment, Daytronic offers 2- and 3-day training courses throughout the year (schedule pending customer interest).  In addition to sessions at Daytronic's fully equipped in-house training facility, on-site sessions at dates convenient to the customer may also be scheduled.

For course pricing and scheduling, and for enrollment policies and procedures, contact our General Sales Manager at 1-800-668-4745.  Go here for DIRECTIONS to the Daytronic training facility.

Summary of Training Courses

 

System 10

This introductory course is designed for the new or semi-experienced user of the Daytronic "System 10."  The course objective is for the student to acquire a working familiarity with the major hardware and software elements of the system.

The course will consist of lectures on various topics pertinent to the structure and functioning of System 10. It will also include hands-on lab assignments designed to reinforce principles and concepts.  Use of several of the more complex system options will also be treated.  An additional half day will be available at no charge for consideration of students' specific application problems.

Areas covered include

  • Hardware variants of the System 10
  • Common terminology
  • Precautions in using the system
  • Video formatting
  • Common uses of the System 10
  • Types and locations of channels
  • Common transducer cabling & Calibration
  • Data transmission
  • Software mnemonic commands and syntax
  • Explanation of circuit-card types, functions, and locations

4000 Series

This introductory course is designed for the new or semi-experienced user of the Daytronic 4000 Instrument Series.  The course objective is for the student to acquire a working familiarity with the major hardware and software elements of the system, and to present an overview of approaches that can be taken to solve various applications problems.

The course will consist of lectures on various topics pertinent to the structure and functioning of the 4000 Series.  It will also include hands-on lab assignments designed to reinforce principles and concepts.  An additional half day will be available at no charge for consideration of students' specific application problems.

Areas covered include

  • Hardware variants
  • Common terminology
  • Precautions in using the system
  • Types of channels
  • Common uses of the  Series
  • Common transducer cabling
  • Software mnemonic commands and syntax
  • Data transmission
  • Computer interfacing using SofPACs

SPS6000 Signal Processing System

This Introductory course is designed for the new or semi-experienced user of the Daytronic SPS6000 Signal Processing System.  The course objective is for the student to acquire a working familiarity with the major hardware and software elements of the system.

The course will consist of lectures on various topics pertinent to the structure and functioning of the SPS6000.  It will also include hands-on lab assignments designed to reinforce principles and concepts. Use of several of the more complex system options will also be treated.  An additional half day will be available at no charge for consideration of students' specific application problems.

Areas covered include

  • Hardware variants of the SPS6000
  • Common terminology
  • Precautions in using the system
  • Types and locations of channels
  • Common uses of the SPS6000
  • Data transmission
  • Common transducer cabling
  • Calibration
  • Software configuration of the system, including Analog Function Modules
  • Explanation of circuit-card types, functions, and locations

SPS8000 Signal Processing System

This introductory course is designed for the new or semi-experienced user of the Daytronic SPS8000 Signal Processing System.  The course objective is for the student to acquire a working familiarity with the major hardware and software elements of the system.

The course will consist of lectures on various topics pertinent to the structure and functioning of the SPS8000.  It will also include hands-on lab assignments designed to reinforce principles and concepts. An additional half day will be available at no charge for consideration of students' specific application problems.

Areas covered include

  • Hardware variants of the SPS8000 system
  • Common transducer cabling
  • Precautions in using the system
  • Common terminology
  • Common uses of the SPS8000
  • Types and locations of channels
  • Common transducer cabling
  • Data transmission
  • Software configuration of the system
  • Explanation of circuit-card types and functions
  • Computer Interface wiring. including the "DGI" Card and the system "D-NET"
 
 
 

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