A-770: Rockwell FactoryTalk View SE HMI Software Maintenance & Troubleshooting

Section One - FactoryTalk View HMI Overview- FactoryTalk View Studio, FactoryTalk , View Machine Edition, FactoryTalk View Server, FactoryTalk View Client, OPC versus DDE, Other software-- RSLinx Enterprise - RSLinx for FactoryTalk View- Adobe Acrobat, Software Tools with FactoryTalk View Studio--Application Manager, - Tag Import/ Export Utility, -Transfer Utility, - Desk Lock
Section Two – FactoryTalk View Client-Starting FactoryTalk View Client, Starting Additional FactoryTalk View Clients from within FactoryTalk View, Stopping FactoryTalk View Client
Section Three - FactoryTalk View Studio- Creating a New Application, Opening an Existing Application, Renaming, Copying, Deleting, Backing Up, and Restoring Applications, RSV Studio Features-- Title Bar, Menu Bar, Tool Bar -Application Explorer Workspace - Diagnostics List - Status Bar - Project Settings
Section Four - Setting Up Communications- Data Servers, Creating Data Servers-- RSLinx Enterprise Server - Setting up Communications, OPC Server, Editing or Removing Data Servers
Section Five – Working with Tags- Types of Tags-- Direct Tags (Data Server Tags)- HMI Tags, When to Use Data Server Tags-- Allows use of one tag database - Allows complex tag structures from ControlLogix to be used without creating corresponding HMI tags, When to Use HMI TAGS--You need to scale or offset a tag value, or set minimum or maximum values for a tag - You need to organize tags differently than in the controller-- You need to use tags in Visual Basic, Steps for Using HMI Tags-- Using Tag Names that Don’t Exist --Browsing for Tags - Tag Organizations - Creating Tag Folders, Deleting the Folders
Section Six - Creating HMI Tags- Tag Types-- Analog, Digital, String & System, Data Sources, Using the Tag Editor, Creating Tags, Addressing Syntax for Device Tags, Importing Tags from a PLC or SLC Database
Section Seven - Creating a Graphical display- Creating a New Display, Adding Objects—Pushbuttons, - Indicators, - Numerical Entry, - Numerical Displays, Testing Displays, Screen Navigation, Object Explorer, Property Panel, Tag Placeholders, Local Messages, Entering and Using Expressions in Fields, Adding Animation, Active-X Objects
Section Eight – Alarm Screens- Describe Alarm Functions in FactoryTalk View, Define Alarming, Configure Alarms, Creating an Alarm Summary
Section Nine – Trends- Configuring Real-time Trending, Using the Trend Library
Section Ten - Activity Logging Screens- Configuring the Activity Log Model, Troubleshooting Data Logging
Section Eleven – Data Logging- Configuring the Data Log Model, Setting up and using an ODBC Database, Creating New File Sets

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