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The Rexroth Training Program 2014

The Drive & Control Academy

Hydraulics, Filtration & Electric Drives & Controls

2014 The Drive & Control Academy Hydraulics, Filtration & Electric Drives & Controls Revised 07-04-14
2014 The Drive & Control Academy Hydraulics, Filtration & Electric Drives & Controls Revised 07-04-14
2014 The Drive & Control Academy Hydraulics, Filtration & Electric Drives & Controls Revised 07-04-14

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

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Index

Hydraulics Courses Introduction to Maintenance Hydraulics Technology

6

Introduction to Hydraulic Proportional Systems

8

Introduction to Basic Hydraulic Design

10

Introduction to Hydraulic Pump Control

12

Bespoke Hydraulics Workshop

13

Introduction to Industrial Filtration Products

14

Advanced Introduction to Industrial Filtration Products

15

Advanced Contamination Control with Industrial Filtration Products

16

Advanced Contamination Control with Filtration Products on Mobile Applications . 17

Introduction to installation & Maintenance of Large Hydraulic Drives

18

Introduction to installation & Maintenance of Large Hydraulic Drives

19

Motion Control Courses Introduction to IndraDrives with IndraWorks

20

Introduction to IndraDrive-Mi with IndraWorks

21

Advanced IndraDrives with IndraWorks

22

Advanced IndraDrive-Mi with IndraWorks

23

Introduction to IndraMotion for Handling with IndraDrives

24

Introduction to SMC Axis Control with IndraDrives

25

Introduction to Drive based Safety with IndraDrives

26

Introduction to SLc Safety Relay

27

Introduction to MLD-S Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives

28

Introduction to MLD-M Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives

29

Advanced MLD-S Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives

30

Advanced MLD-M Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives

31

Introduction to MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives

32

Advanced MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives

33

Advanced MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives (Inc. Cams)

34

Introduction to XLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives

35

Advanced XLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives

36

Introduction to MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives

37

Advanced MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives

38

Advanced MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives (Inc. Cams)

39

Introduction to MTX Axis Control Operator Interface

40

Introduction to MTX Axis Control & IndraDrives

41

Advanced MTX Axis Control & IndraDrives

42

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Introduction to IndraLogic 1G IndraControl

43

Introduction to IndraLogic 2G IndraControl

44

Advanced IndraLogic 1G IndraControl

45

Advanced IndraLogic 2G IndraControl

46

Introduction to Drives & Controls Workshop

47

Introduction to PSQ6000 UIR Quality System, PSI with UI Controller

49

Introduction to Tricore weld-timer and BOS6000 operating software

51

Introduction to Tricore weld-timer with PSQ6000 UIR Quality System

52

Introduction to Weld-timers Workshop

53

Introduction to tightening systems with IndraLogic

59

Introduction to VI-Composer Ver.2 Software

60

Introduction to Win-Studio Software with IndraLogic 1G

61

Introduction to Win-Studio Software with IndraLogic 2G

62

Legacy Courses Introduction to TDM/KDS servo drives

63

Introduction to HDS/HDD (DIAX04) Servo drives

64

Introduction to HDS/HDD (DIAX04) Servo drives with DriveTop

65

Introduction to DKC*.3, EcoDrive Servo drives with DriveTop

66

Advanced DKC*.3, EcoDrive Servo drives with DriveTop & Sercos

67

Introduction to CLM1.3A & 1.4A Axis Control

68

Introduction to CLM1.3A & 1.4A Axis Control with Analogue Servo drives

69

Introduction to CLM1.3A & 1.4A Axis Control with DIAX Servo drives

70

Introduction to PPC Axis Control with VisualMotion™ & DIAX Servo drives

71

Introduction to PPC Axis Control with VisualMotion™ & Ecodrives

72

Introduction to PPC Axis Control with Synax & DIAX Servo drives

73

Advanced PPC Axis Control with VisualMotion™ & DIAX Servo drives

74

Advanced PPC Axis Control with VisualMotion™ & Ecodrives

75

Advanced PPC Axis Control with Synax & DIAX Servo drives

76

Introduction to PPC-R22 Axis Control with VisualMotion™ & DIAX Servo drives

77

Introduction to PPC-R22 Axis Control with VisualMotion™ & IndraLogic

78

Introduction to PPC-R22 Axis Control with Synax & IndraLogic

79

Advanced PPC-R22 Axis Control with VisualMotion™ & IndraLogic

80

Advanced PPC-R22 Axis Control with Synax & IndraLogic

81

Terms &

82

Booking

82

Training courses not found in this 2014 brochure will be found on our website http://www.boschrexroth.co.uk/training

Courses not found here may be available on special request by Email academy@boschrexroth.co.uk

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

The Drive & Control Academy

Bosch Rexroth is a world leader in the provision of technical training to professionals. Our Drives & Controls Academy will provide you with access to an extensive range of training and education programmers’ across Rexroth products and technologies.

As your only official Rexroth Training provider, we can offer technology, product and software training straight from the manufacturer.

Trainers

All of our trainers are qualified engineers and have wealth of industrial experience, including within our own Service and/or Applications functions.

Courses

We offer an extensive training programme across our full range of drive and control systems, including Bosch AT & Indramat. All courses can be structured to your production processes, giving you just the training you need.

Locations

We are able to deliver courses at one of our Rexroth Technical and Service Centres or on your premises.

Our training centres are located at:

St. Neots, Cambridgeshire

Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Wakefield, West Yorkshire

Cork, Southern Ireland

Training Systems

Training systems and play mobiles are available using current industrial standard components in Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Mechatronics and Motion-Control technologies and are delivered fully assembled and ready to use. From one rig to a full lab solution Rexroth is the only company able to supply industrial standard components across all the technologies. Rexroth can also provide all the training documentation for both the Teacher and the students.

eLearning

We currently have a diverse range of eLearning products which can be accessed via our LearnWorld portal. Create a guest account in our LearnWorld and experience our free content.

Media

As part of our LearnWorld we are able to offer education providers a wide range of media solutions; posters, animations, software and access to our technical product library.

Contact Us

Should you require further information or to discuss your training needs please contact us via email at academy@boschrexroth.co.uk or telephone 01480-223282 for hydraulics or 01285-863023 for electric drives & controls.

David Stirling Technical Training Manager Bosch Rexroth The Drive & Control Company.

Manager Bosch Rexroth The Drive & Control Company. Older training courses are available through our website
Manager Bosch Rexroth The Drive & Control Company. Older training courses are available through our website
Manager Bosch Rexroth The Drive & Control Company. Older training courses are available through our website
Manager Bosch Rexroth The Drive & Control Company. Older training courses are available through our website
Manager Bosch Rexroth The Drive & Control Company. Older training courses are available through our website

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: HYD-MAINTHYD1-TECH

Introduction to Maintenance Hydraulics Technology

We offer a series of courses that meet our industries’ training needs. This course is targeted toward those individuals who maintain hydraulic systems. Courses are structured to offer the ideal learning experience for personnel working within the maintenance, repair, field service or technical support fields of hydraulic systems and are certificated by Bosch Rexroth Limited. Rexroth training uses industry standard components you will find on varied applications within your working environment, providing a perfect starting point towards an industry standard qualification such as the British Fluid Power Association Industrial Hydraulics – Level 1 Certificate. Whether you are in maintenance or engineering, you can count on quality hydraulic training by Rexroth. This is ideal for first response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces.

Target Groups

Hydraulic Maintenance Engineers

Commissioning Engineers

Project Engineers

Sales & Technical personnel

Prerequisite Participants should have a mechanical engineering background but this is not essential

Learning targets

To impart a basic understanding of maintenance hydraulics

To increase the knowledge of personnel who are actively involved in the repair and maintenance of hydraulic systems

To allow participants to become familiar with fluid power technologies such as pump flow, cylinder speed, forces and pipe sizes

Introduce basic hydraulic theory in a practical way

To increase the knowledge of personnel in fault finding techniques associated with hydraulic systems

To enable participants to understand their specific hydraulic installations and their specific circuit diagrams

To gain hands-on experience of building, fault finding and optimising hydraulic circuits using the Rexroth range of training rigs

Content

Basic hydraulic principles, Hydraulic symbols and circuit notations

Pressure control (Relief & Reducing) and associated circuitry

Sequence valves, Counter balance and overcentre valves

Flow control & Throttle valves inc pressure & temperature compensated units

Directional Control valves, direct operated and two stage pilot operated

Poppet valves and logic cartridge elements

Check valves – Types & applications

Pump & pump control systems including types and operating principles

Methods of control & application

Accumulator types and application

Hydraulic motors and actuators, types and operating principles

Total cleanliness control

Hydraulic fluids; Good housekeeping

Maintenance & Trouble shooting techniques

Practical hands-on exercises utilising the Rexroth training rigs

Duration 3 days. Courses generally run Tues-Thurs (unless otherwise indicated on schedule of dates), 9am - 5pm each day.

Course equipment All course materials including Hydraulic Trainer Vol 1. Full demonstration DS4/WS290 hydraulic training rigs (excludes customer site*)

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Training locations

Bosch Rexroth facilities St. Neots or Wakefield (courses at St. Neots to include a factory tour)

Bosch Rexroth official distributor facilities in Eire

Customer site (excludes DS4/WS290 training rigs*)

Pricing

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

On site ROI

Customer site

£800.00 per attendee €980.00 per attendee Reference to customer specific circuit diagrams can be covered in this training, please contact us for further details/pricing*

*DS4/WS290 rigs excluded due to transportation costs and availability

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: HYD-PROPSYS-TECH

Introduction to Hydraulic Proportional Systems

Target Groups

Hydraulic Maintenance Engineers

Commissioning Engineers

Project Engineers

Sales & Technical personnel

Prerequisite Participants would benefit from having a mechanical engineering background and having attended our course HYD-MAINTHYD1-TECH or to have an understanding of its learning targets.

Learning targets

To introduce attendees to the principles and practices of proportional control

Introduction to the study of circuit construction and circuit components

To introduce the basic principles of the design of proportional systems

To gain a knowledge of both analogue and digital proportional systems

To become familiar with the set-up procedures on proportional systems

Familiarity with fault finding techniques on proportional systems

Content

Valve construction and operation

Types of proportional control

Pressure relief, Flow control & directional control valves

Hydraulic symbols

Spool configurations

Selection & sizing with reference to manufacturers data

Electrical operation

Types of proportional control devices

Basic electrical circuits and operations

Solenoid design

Comparison between conventional and proportional valves

Methods of control

Comparison between analogue and digital control

Proportional attributes

Ramp, Gain, Deadband, Dither and Pulse width modification

Amplifier Cards

Principles of operation

Design and application

Analogue & digital

Closed loop

Internal & external feedback devices

Operation and application of closed loop systems

Integrated electronics option frequency response

Principles of operation

Bode diagrams and their use in manufacturer’s data

PID Control

Practical hands-on exercises utilising the Rexroth training rigs

Commissioning & set-up procedures

Open loop circuits

Closed loop circuits

Interface to the control

Duration 3 days, courses generally run Tues-Thurs (unless otherwise indicated on schedule of dates), 9am - 5pm each day.

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Course equipment All course materials including Hydraulic Trainer Vol 2. Full demonstration DS4 hydraulic training rigs (excludes customer site*)

Training locations

Bosch Rexroth facilities St. Neots or Wakefield (courses at St Neots include a factory tour).

Bosch Rexroth official distributor facilities in Eire.

Customer site (excludes DS4 training rigs).

Pricing

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

On site ROI

Customer site

£800.00 per attendee €980.00 per attendee *DS4 rigs excluded, but reference to cusomer specific circuit diagrams can be covered in this training, please contact us for further details/pricing.

Scheduled dates Please contact us for available dates

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: HYD-BASICHYDDSGN-TECH

Introduction to Basic Hydraulic Design

Target Groups

Hydraulic Maintenance Engineers

Project Engineers

Sales & Technical personnel

Prerequisite Participants would benefit from having a mechanical engineering background and having attended our course HYD-MAINTHYD1-TECH or to have an understanding of its learning targets. This course takes a more mathematical approach to the theory covered in the MAINTHYD1 course.

Learning targets

To understand the basic theory and operation of hydraulic components

To understand basic circuit design and project work

An overview of machine design incorporating hydraulic components/systems

Content

Fundamental principles

Cylinders – relationship between valves

Cylinder size, pressure, area and effective force

Cylinder size, supply flow rate and velocity

Motors

Motor displacement, pressure and shaft torque

Motor displacement, supply flow rate and shaft speed

Motor performance and effects of fluid viscosity

Loads to be moved

Application of the laws of dynamics, with reference to mass & inertia, friction, gravity and other external forces; direct and indirect loads

Pumps

Displacement, shaft speed and flow rate

Flow rate, system pressure and fluid viscosity

Pressure difference, component flow area and flow rate

Fluid viscosity, Renolds number, flow characteristics, recommended flow velocities

Pressure difference, flow rates, heat generation and temperature changes

Step by step instruction relating to system design

Outline of common design faults

Preparing outline circuitry

Component selection to meet specifications

Actuators

Cylinder to meet force, speed and application needs

Motors to meet torque, speed and application needs

Pressure- Time/Flow diagrams and duty cycles

Pumps

Sizing, power requirements and Q/P requirements

Circuitry relating to fixed and variable displacement pumps

Hydraulic valves

Size selection, flow rates, pressure and configurations

Proportional control valves, Overview of valve selection, sizing and application.

Contamination control at the design stage

Health and performance monitoring when designing

Reservoir sizing and layout considerations

Design exercises and practical tasks

Duration 3 days (courses run Tues-Thurs) 9am – 5pm each day

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Course equipment All course materials, including Hydraulic Trainer Vol 3. No practical work is included in this training.

Training locations

Bosch Rexroth facilities St. Neots or Wakefield (courses at St Neots include a factory tour).

Bosch Rexroth official distributor facilities in Eire.

Customer site

Pricing

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£800.00 per attendee

On site ROI

€980.00 per attendee (dates subject to mininum of 6 attendees)

Customer site

Please contact us for details

Scheduled dates Please contact us for available dates

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: HYD-PUMPCTRL-TECH

Introduction to Hydraulic Pump Control

Target Groups

Hydraulic Maintenance Engineers

Project Engineers

Sales & Technical personnel

Prerequisites Participants would benefit from having a mechanical engineering background and having attended our course HYD-MAINTHYD1-TECH or to have an understanding of its learning targets.

Learning targets

To understand the function and operation of pumps and their controls

To be able to make the correct pump selection based on application

To understand the cause of pump failure

To understand the affects of contamination

To understand the set up procedures of pump and pump control

To understand safe working practice

Content

Pump Types, Function & Operation

Pump selection

Pump controls

Fixed displacement

Variable displacement

Relief valves, flow control valves, Unloading valves

Accumulators and pressure switches

Pressure compensation

Load sensing and constant power

Causes of pump failure

Contamination and target cleanliness

Manufactures recommendations/specifications

Setting up procedures

Safe working practice – Do’s and Don’ts.

Duration

Two days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training locations

- Worksop, Nottingham.

- Customer site subject to suitable working environment being available

Pricing

Worksop

Customer site

£500.00 per attendee

Please contact us for details

Scheduled dates Please contact us for available dates

Course code: HYD-WORKSHOP2-TECH

Bespoke Hydraulics Workshop

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

An advanced course to discuss topics chosen by yourself and arranged by our Hydraulics Training Team

Target Groups

Hydraulic Maintenance Engineers

Commissioning Engineers

Prerequisite Participants would benefit from having a mechanical engineering background and having attended our course HYD-MAINTHYD1-TECH or to have an understanding of its learning targets.

Learning targets

To be agreed with the Rexroth training department prior to development of the required course.

Usually based on existing machinery and circuitry / parts lists supplied by the customer.

Content

Bespoke to each course

Duration To suit customer requirements

Course equipment Familiarisation training on specific customer equipment (subject to safety an access restraints) if required.

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Pricing

Please contact us for details

Scheduled dates Please contact us for available dates

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: HYD-FIL-PROD-MAINT

Introduction to Industrial Filtration Products

In this presentation we discuss the product range and filtration at a basic level for those in your organisation dealing with technical administration and maintenance engineers requiring only an overview.

Target Groups

Maintenance Personnel

Process Engineers

Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four

Prerequisite Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with automation and factory floor working environments

Learning targets

Rexroth range of hydraulic filtration systems

Basic knowledge for oil cleanliness

Particulates and component damage

Content

High pressure products

Low pressure products

Duration

One day

Course equipment Static examples available to aid explanation

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

On site ROI

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

£FOC £FOC Price on application

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: HYD-FIL-PROD-TECH

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Advanced Introduction to Industrial Filtration Products

This course is weighted towards the product range with an introduction into the filtration technology & operation. It is ideal for those in your organisation requiring in-depth knowledge of filter products but only a basic knowledge of the technical functionality. We would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.

Target Groups

Distribution Sales Staff

Process Engineers

OEM Design Engineers

Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four

Prerequisite Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with automation and factory floor working environments.

Learning targets

Rexroth range of hydraulic filtration systems

Basic knowledge for oil cleanliness

Particulates and component damage

Content

High pressure products

Low pressure products

Filtration benefits

Duration

One day

Course equipment Static examples available to aid explanation

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

On site ROI

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

£FOC £FOC Price on application

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: HYD-FIL-CONTAM-TECH

Advanced Contamination Control with Industrial Filtration Products

This course is weighted towards the product range with an introduction into the filtration technology & operation. Ideally suited to the mechanical design engineers in your organisation this presentation also offers in-depth knowledge on filtration technology as well as the correct selection of the Rexroth filter product to fulfil your requirements. We would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.

Target Groups

Hydraulic Maintenance Engineers

Distribution Sales Staff

Process Engineers

OEM Design Engineers

OEM Commissioning Engineers

Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four

Prerequisite Participants should have a mechanical engineering background and be familiar with automation and factory floor working environments

Learning targets

Rexroth range of hydraulic filtration systems

Knowledge for oil cleanliness and the long term benefits

Machine life cycle and extending useful production life

Particulates and component damage

Content

High pressure products

Low pressure products

Filtration benefits

Filtration technology

Duration

One day

Course equipment Static examples available to aid explanation

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£2,195.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£1,295.00

On site ROI

€3,056.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: MOB-FIL-CONTAM-TECH

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Advanced Contamination Control with Filtration Products on Mobile Applications

This course is weighted towards the product range with an introduction into the filtration technology & operation. Ideally suited to the mechanical design engineers in your organisation this presentation also offers in-depth knowledge on filtration technology as well as the correct selection of the Rexroth filter product to fulfil your requirements. We would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.

Target Groups

Hydraulic Maintenance Engineers

Distribution Sales Staff

Process Engineers

OEM Design Engineers

OEM Commissioning Engineers

Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four

Prerequisite Participants should have a mechanical engineering background and be familiar with automation and factory floor working environments

Learning targets

Rexroth range of hydraulic filtration systems

Knowledge for oil cleanliness and the long term benefits

Machine life cycle and extending useful production life

Particulates and component damage

Content

High pressure products

Low pressure products

Filtration benefits

Filtration technology

Duration

One day

Course equipment Static examples available to aid explanation

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£2,195.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£1,295.00

On site ROI

€3,056.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: HYD-DRV-LHD-MAINT

Introduction to installation & Maintenance of Large Hydraulic Drives

Basic course to show the function and operation of LHD (Hägglunds) large hydraulic motors and systems; the course will cover the range of Hägglunds motors and drive systems to give the engineers a better understanding of the products and their application.

Target Groups

Hydraulic Maintenance Engineers

Commissioning Engineers

Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four

Prerequisite Participants should have a mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the Windows operating system

Learning targets

To have knowledge of LHD (Hägglunds) motor functionality, installation, commissioning and maintenance.

Relevant interface configuration

Content

Operating / design principles

Drive / Machine interface

System recommendations & cautions

Installation procedure, piping connections,

Storage requirements, fluids.

Commissioning and Maintenance

Faultfinding & diagnostics

Duration

One day

Course equipment Power point presentation with a workshop visit to view our products (Available at the Normanton facility)

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£2,650.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£1,750.00

On site ROI

€3,625.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: HYD-DRV-LHD-WORKSHOP

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Introduction to installation & Maintenance of Large Hydraulic Drives

Basic course of site instruction for installation, operation and basic maintenance of LHD (Hägglunds) drive systems so your staff on site gain an added understanding of the functions of the drive system. The course will show the system both from a theoretical point of view by classroom presentation along with hands on instruction around the system installed on site.

Target Groups

Hydraulic Maintenance Engineers

Commissioning Engineers

Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four

Prerequisite Participants should have a mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the Windows operating system

Learning targets

To have knowledge of LHD (Hägglunds) motor functionality, operation and maintenance of the drive system

Content

Operating / design principles

Drive / Machine interface

System recommendations & cautions

Installation procedure, piping connections,

Storage requirements, fluids.

Commissioning and Maintenance

Faultfinding & diagnostics

Duration

One day

Course equipment Power point presentation and hands on site instruction/explanation

Training location Your site and tailored to your drive system

Price per. course

On site at customers

£2,650.00

On site ROI

€3,625.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-DRV-IDCM-IW-DIAG

Introduction to IndraDrives with IndraWorks Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system; we will
Introduction to IndraDrives with IndraWorks
Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system; we will discuss the connectivity, basic servo functionality
and diagnostics. Through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing
procedures using the IndraWorks-DS software. This is ideal for first response maintenance teams and multi-
skilled work forces.
Target Groups
Maintenance Personnel
Control Engineers
Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
Learning targets
To have knowledge of Servo drive theory and functionality
Relevant interface configuration
Content
Servo drive theory
Electrical connections
Faultfinding & diagnostics
Archive & restore of parameters
Drive based safety technology
Duration
One day
Course equipment
Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible
Training location
Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£2,650.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£1,750.00

Shopfloor panel guide with a service engineer

£1,050.00 (One day without documentation)

On site ROI

€3,625.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: EDC-DRV-IDMi-IW-DIAG

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Introduction to IndraDrive-Mi with IndraWorks Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive-Mi servo system; we will
Introduction to IndraDrive-Mi with IndraWorks
Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive-Mi servo system; we will discuss the connectivity, basic servo
functionality and diagnostics. Through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and
referencing procedures using the IndraWorks-DS software. This is ideal for first response maintenance teams
and multi-skilled work forces.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 To have knowledge of Servo drive theory and functionality
 Relevant interface configuration
 Content
 Servo drive theory
 Electrical connections
 Interface
 Faultfinding & diagnostics
 Archive & restore parameters
 Drive based safety technology
 Duration
One day
 Course equipment
Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£2,650.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£1,750.00

Shopfloor panel guide with a service engineer

£1,050.00 (One day without documentation)

On site ROI

€3,625.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-DRV-IDCM-IW-PROG

Advanced IndraDrives with IndraWorks An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraDrive; where we
Advanced IndraDrives with IndraWorks
An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraDrive; where we will discuss the connectivity, basic
servo functionality and diagnostics. We will explain the drives configuration using the Sercos parameter structure.
Through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the
IndraWorks-DS or IndraWorks-Engineering software. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s
automated processes. We would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance/first response Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 To have knowledge of Servo drive theory and functionality
 Relevant interface configuration
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Content
 Servo drive theory
 Electrical connections
 Interface
 Faultfinding & diagnostics
 Drive parameters configuration using IndraWorks
 Archive & restore parameters
 Drive based safety technology
 Duration

Two days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£3,525.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£2,625.00

On site ROI

€4,718.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Course code: EDC-DRV-IDMi-IW-PROG

Advanced IndraDrive-Mi with IndraWorks An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraDrive-Mi; where we
Advanced IndraDrive-Mi with IndraWorks
An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraDrive-Mi; where we will discuss the connectivity, basic
servo functionality and diagnostics. We will explain the drives configuration using the Sercos parameter structure.
Through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the
IndraWorks-DS or IndraWorks-Engineering software. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s
automated processes. We would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 To have knowledge of Servo drive theory and functionality
 Relevant interface configuration
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Content
 Servo drive theory
 Electrical connections
 Interface
 Diagnostics
 Drive parameters configuration using IndraWorks
 Archive & restore parameters
 Drive based safety technology
 Duration

Two days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£3,525.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£2,625.00

On site ROI

€4,718.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: Course code: EDC-CTL-IMH1-ID-MAINT

Introduction to IndraMotion for Handling with IndraDrives Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system
Introduction to IndraMotion for Handling with IndraDrives
Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system and IMH control combined into one course; we will
discuss the connectivity, basic servo functionality and diagnostics. For the IMH control we will discuss the
connectivity, basic parameter functionality, programming and diagnostics. Through practical examples we will
demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the IMH Pendant. This is ideal for first
response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces.
Target Groups
Maintenance Personnel
Control Engineers
Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
Learning targets
Servo drive theory and faultfinding
To have knowledge of the configuration of the control
Successful maintenance interventions
Programming through the hand control
Content
Servo drive theory
Electrical connections
Parameters
Programming overview
Diagnostics
Duration
One day
Course equipment
Full working demonstration play-mobiles, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£2,850.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£1,950.00

On site ROI

€3,875.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: EDC-CTL-SMC-ID-MAINT

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Introduction to SMC Axis Control with IndraDrives Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system
Introduction to SMC Axis Control with IndraDrives
Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system and SMC control combined into one course; we will
discuss the connectivity, basic servo functionality and diagnostics. For the SMC control we will discuss the
connectivity, basic parameter functionality, programming and diagnostics. Through practical examples we will
demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the SMC editor software. This is ideal for
first response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces.
Target Groups
Maintenance Personnel
Control Engineers
Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
Learning targets
Servo drive theory and faultfinding
To have knowledge of the configuration of the control
Successful maintenance interventions
Programming
Content
Servo drive theory
Electrical connections
Parameters
Programming overview
Diagnostics
Duration
Two days
Course equipment
Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£3,525.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£2,625.00

On site ROI

€4,718.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-DRV-ID-SAF-PROG

Introduction to Drive based Safety with IndraDrives

An advanced course offering an introduction to Safety on board for EN954 or ISO13849-1; where
An advanced course offering an introduction to Safety on board for EN954 or ISO13849-1; where we will discuss
the connectivity, basic functionality and diagnostics. We will explain the drives configuration using the Sercos
parameter structure. Through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving and diagnostic procedures
using the IndraWorks-DS or IndraWorks-Engineering software. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose
today’s automated processes; first response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces. We would also
recommend this course for our OEM customers.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 To have knowledge of the relevant EN or ISO standard
 Hardware configuration
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Content
 Overview of risk assessment
 Safety On-board
 Electrical connections
 Parameters
 Programming overview
 Diagnostics
 Drive exchange and required documentation
 Duration
One day

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£2,650.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£1,750.00

On site ROI

€3,625.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: EDC-CTL-SLc-SAF-PROG

Introduction to SLc Safety Relay

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Offering an introduction to the Programmable Safety Relay SLc. The SLc uses its preparatory operating software for maximum ease of use. We will discuss the connectivity, basic functionality and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, programming, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the IndraWorks and SafeLogic Designer software family. We will also discuss the relevant standards and current best practice. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s automated processes; first response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces. We would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.

 Target Groups  Maintenance Personnel  Control Engineers  Commissioning Engineers  Maximum number
Target Groups
Maintenance Personnel
Control Engineers
Commissioning Engineers
Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
Learning targets
To have knowledge of the relevant EN or ISO standard
Hardware configuration
Content
Overview of risk assessment
Safety On-board
Electrical connections
Parameters
Programming overview
Diagnostics
Exchange and required documentation
Duration
One day
Course equipment
Full working demonstration play-mobile
Training location
Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility
Price per. course
On site at customers
£2,650.00
At a Bosch Rexroth facility
£1,750.00
On site ROI
€3,625.00
Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence
A surcharge will be made for any additional participants
Delivery times
Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-CTL-MLDS-MAINT

Introduction to MLD-S Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive
Introduction to MLD-S Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives
Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the IndraLogic PLC motion controller embedded.
MLD uses the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo
functionality and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and
referencing procedures using the IndraWorks software family. We will also discuss the PLC-Open programming
for MLD motion commands. This is ideal for first response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Digital Servo drive theory
 To have knowledge of the system files and configuration
 Use of the IndraWorks software
 Use of the IndraLogic software for PLC
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Content
 IndraDrives
 IndraWorks parameter configuration
 IndraLogic program introduction
 Drive command functions
 Archiving and restoring backup files
 Drive based safety technology
 Duration

Two days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£3,525.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£2,625.00

Shopfloor panel guide with a service engineer

£1,050.00 (One day without documentation)

On site ROI

€4,718.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: EDC-CTL-MLDM-MAINT

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Introduction to MLD-M Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive
Introduction to MLD-M Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives
Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the IndraLogic PLC motion controller embedded.
MLD uses the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo
functionality and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and
referencing procedures using the IndraWorks software family. We will also discuss the PLC-Open programming
for MLD motion commands. This is ideal for first response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Digital Servo drive theory
 To have knowledge of the system files and configuration
 Use of the IndraWorks software
 Use of the IndraLogic software for PLC
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Content
 IndraDrives, including Sercos3
 IndraWorks parameter configuration
 IndraLogic program introduction
 Drive command functions
 CCD cross drive communication

Archiving and restoring backup files

Drive based safety technology

Duration

Two days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£3,525.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£2,625.00

Shopfloor panel guide with a service engineer

£1,050.00 (One day without documentation)

On site ROI

€4,718.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-CTL-MLDS-PROG

Advanced MLD-S Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives An advanced course offering an introduction to
Advanced MLD-S Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives
An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the IndraLogic PLC motion
controller embedded. MLD uses the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will explain the
drives configuration using the Sercos parameter structure and the PLC-Open programming for MLD motion
commends. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo functionality and diagnostics; through practical
examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the IndraWorks
software family. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s automated processes. We would also
recommend this course for our OEM customers.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Digital Servo drive theory
 To have knowledge of the system files and configuration
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Use of the IndraWorks software
 Use of the IndraLogic software for PLC
 Writing program examples
 Content
 Drive configuration
 Faultfinding & diagnosis
 IndraWorks parameter configuration
 IndraLogic program construction
 Drive command functions

Archiving and restoring backup files

Drive based safety technology

Duration

Three days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£4,891.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£3,991.00

On site ROI

€6,427.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: EDC-CTL-MLDM-PROG

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Advanced MLD-M Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives An advanced course offering an introduction to
Advanced MLD-M Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives
An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the IndraLogic PLC motion
controller embedded. MLD uses the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will explain the
drives configuration using the Sercos parameter structure and the PLC-Open programming for MLD motion
commends. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo functionality and diagnostics; through practical
examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the IndraWorks
software family. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s automated processes. We would also
recommend this course for our OEM customers.
Target Groups
Maintenance Personnel
Control Engineers
Commissioning Engineers
Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
Learning targets
Digital Servo drive theory
To have knowledge of the system files and configuration
Successful maintenance interventions
Use of the IndraWorks software
Use of the IndraLogic software for PLC
Writing program examples
Content
Drive configuration, including Sercos3

Faultfinding & diagnosis

IndraWorks parameter configuration

IndraLogic program construction

Drive command functions

CCD cross drive communication

Archiving and restoring backup files

Drive based safety technology

Duration

Three days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£4,891.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£3,991.00

On site ROI

€6,427.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-CTL-MLC-4vrs-MAINT

Introduction to MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive
Introduction to MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives
Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the MLC IndraLogic-1G motion controller. MLC uses
the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo
functionality and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and
referencing procedures using the IndraWorks software family. We will also discuss the PLC-Open programming
for MLC motion commands. This is ideal for first response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Digital Servo drive theory
 To have knowledge of the system files and configuration
 Use of the IndraWorks software
 Overview of IndraLogic software for PLC
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Content
 Drive configuration, including Sercos
 Faultfinding & diagnosis
 IndraWorks parameter configuration
 Drive command functions
 Archiving and restoring backup files
 Drive based safety technology

Duration

Two days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£3,525.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£2,625.00

Shopfloor panel guide with a service engineer

£1,050.00 (One day without documentation)

On site ROI

€4,718.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: EDC-CTL-MLC-4vrs-PROG

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Advanced MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives An advanced course offering an introduction to
Advanced MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives
An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the MLC IndraLogic-1G motion
controller. MLC uses the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will explain the drives
configuration using the Sercos parameter structure, PLC-Open programming and Rexroth’s Axis Interface for
MLC motion commends. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo functionality and diagnostics; through
practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the
IndraWorks software family. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s automated processes. We
would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Digital Servo drive theory
 To have knowledge of the system files and configuration
 Use of the IndraWorks software
 Use of the IndraLogic software for PLC (1G)
 Writing program examples
 Content
 Drive configuration, including Sercos
 Faultfinding & diagnosis
 IndraWorks parameter configuration
 Successful maintenance interventions

IndraLogic program construction (1G)

Drive command functions

Archiving and restoring backup file

Drive based safety technology

Duration

Three days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£4,891.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£3,991.00

On site ROI

€6,427.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-CTL-MLCcams-4vrs-PROG

Advanced MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives (Inc. Cams) An advanced course offering an
Advanced MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives (Inc. Cams)
An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the MLC IndraLogic-1G motion
controller. MLC uses the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will explain the drives
configuration using the Sercos parameter structure, PLC-Open programming and Rexroth’s Axis Interface for
MLC motion commends. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo functionality and diagnostics; through
practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the
IndraWorks software family. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s automated processes. We
would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.
Target Groups
Maintenance Personnel
Control Engineers
Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
Learning targets
Digital Servo drive theory
To have knowledge of the system files and configuration
Successful maintenance interventions
Use of the IndraWorks software
Use of the IndraLogic software for PLC (1G)
Writing program examples
Content
Drive configuration, including Sercos
Faultfinding & diagnosis
IndraWorks parameter configuration
IndraLogic program construction (1G)

Drive command functions

Cam functions

Archiving and restoring backup files

Drive based safety technology

Duration

Four days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£6,059.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£5,159.00

On site ROI

€7,886.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: EDC-CTL-XLC-13vrs-MAINT

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Introduction to XLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive
Introduction to XLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives
Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the XLC IndraLogic-2G motion controller. XLC uses
the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo
functionality and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and
referencing procedures using the IndraWorks software family. We will also discuss the PLC-Open programming
for XLC motion commands. This is ideal for first response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Digital Servo drive theory
 To have knowledge of the system files and configuration
 Use of the IndraWorks software
 Overview of IndraLogic software for PLC
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Content
 Drive configuration, including Sercos
 Faultfinding & diagnosis
 IndraWorks parameter configuration

Drive command functions

Archiving and restoring backup files

Drive based safety technology

Duration

Two days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£3,525.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£2,625.00

Shopfloor panel guide with a service engineer

£1,050.00 (One day without documentation)

On site ROI

€4,718.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-CTL-XLC-13vrs-PROG

Advanced XLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives An advanced course offering an introduction to
Advanced XLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives
An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the XLC IndraLogic-2G motion
controller. XLC uses the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will explain the drives
configuration using the Sercos parameter structure, PLC-Open programming and Rexroth’s Axis Interface for
XLC motion commends. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo functionality and diagnostics; through
practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the
IndraWorks software family. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s automated processes. We
would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Digital Servo drive theory
 To have knowledge of the system files and configuration
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Use of the IndraWorks software
 Use of the IndraLogic software for PLC (2G)
 Writing program examples

Content

Drive configuration, including Sercos

Faultfinding & diagnosis

IndraWorks parameter configuration

IndraLogic program construction (2G)

Drive command functions

Archiving and restoring backup files

Drive based safety technology

Duration

Three days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£4,891.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£3,991.00

On site ROI

€6,427.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: EDC-CTL-MLC-13vrs-MAINT

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Introduction to MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive
Introduction to MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives
Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the MLC IndraLogic-2G motion controller. MLC uses
the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo
functionality and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and
referencing procedures using the IndraWorks software family. We will also discuss the PLC-Open programming
for MLC motion commands. This is ideal for first response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Digital Servo drive theory
 To have knowledge of the system files and configuration
 Use of the IndraWorks software
 Overview of IndraLogic software for PLC
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Content

Drive configuration, including Sercos

Faultfinding & diagnosis

IndraWorks parameter configuration

Drive command functions

Archiving and restoring backup files

Drive based safety technology

Duration

Two days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£3,525.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£2,625.00

Shopfloor panel guide with a service engineer

£1,050.00 (One day without documentation)

On site ROI

€4,718.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-CTL-MLC-13vrs-PROG

Advanced MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives

An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the MLC IndraLogic-2G motion controller. MLC uses the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will explain the drives configuration using the Sercos parameter structure, PLC-Open programming and Rexroth’s Axis Interface for MLC motion commends. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo functionality and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the IndraWorks software family. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s automated processes. We would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.

 Target Groups  Maintenance Personnel  Control Engineers  Commissioning Engineers  Maximum number
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Digital Servo drive theory
 To have knowledge of the system files and configuration
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Use of the IndraWorks software
 Use of the IndraLogic software for PLC (2G)
 Writing program examples
 Content
 Drive configuration, including Sercos
 Faultfinding & diagnosis
 IndraWorks parameter configuration
 IndraLogic program construction (2G)
 Drive command functions

Archiving and restoring backup files

Drive based safety technology

Duration

Three days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£4,891.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£3,991.00

On site ROI

€6,427.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Course code: EDC-CTL-MLCcams-13vrs-PROG

Advanced MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives (Inc. Cams) An advanced course offering an
Advanced MLC Axis Control with IndraWorks & IndraDrives (Inc. Cams)
An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the MLC IndraLogic-2G motion
controller. MLC uses the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will explain the drives
configuration using the Sercos parameter structure, PLC-Open programming and Rexroth’s Axis Interface for
MLC motion commends. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo functionality and diagnostics; through
practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the
IndraWorks software family. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s automated processes. We
would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Digital Servo drive theory
 To have knowledge of the system files and configuration
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Use of the IndraWorks software

Use of the IndraLogic software for PLC (2G)

Writing program examples

Content

Drive configuration, including Sercos

Faultfinding & diagnosis

IndraWorks parameter configuration

IndraLogic program construction (2G)

Drive command functions

Cam functions

Archiving and restoring backup file

Drive based safety technology

Duration

Four days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£6,059.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£5,159.00

On site ROI

€7,886.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-HMI-MTX-OPS

Introduction to MTX Axis Control Operator Interface Offering an introduction to the IndraWorks-MHI operator interface
Introduction to MTX Axis Control Operator Interface
Offering an introduction to the IndraWorks-MHI operator interface with the MTX motion controller. MTX uses the
Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use within the PLC and ISO G-code for the NC. We will explain
the functions of the IndraWorks-HMI operating system. Through practical examples we will demonstrate the
archiving, diagnostic and editing procedures using the IndraWorks-HMI. This is ideal for first response
maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces and skilled machine operators.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Understanding of different hardware components
 Overview of PLC programming
 Overview of NC programming
 Archiving of system files and restoring backup data.

Content

Hardware configuration

System files and the configurations of the MTX control

Navigation of the MTX Operation interface

NC programming

Viewing Tool management data

Archiving of system files and restoring backup data.

Duration

One day

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£2,650.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£1,750.00

On site ROI

€3,625.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: EDC-CTL-MTX-ID-MAINT

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Introduction to MTX Axis Control with IndraDrives & IndraWorks Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive
Introduction to MTX Axis Control with IndraDrives & IndraWorks
Offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the MTX IndraLogic-2G motion controller. MTX uses
the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use within the PLC and ISO G-code for the N.C. We will
explain the drives Sercos parameter structure and give an introduction to the IndraWorks-HMI operating system.
We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo functionality and diagnostics; through practical examples we will
demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and referencing procedures using the IndraWorks-HMI. This is ideal for
first response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Digital servo drive
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Overview of PLC programming
 Overview of NC programming
 Archiving of system files and restoring backup data.
 Content
 Digital servo drive theory

Faultfinding & diagnosis

Drive & control parameters

Sercos interface

Introduction to IndraLogic PLC

NC programming

Archiving of system files and restoring backup data

Drive based safety technology

Duration

Two days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£3,725.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£2,825.00

Shopfloor panel guide with a service engineer

£1,050.00 (One day without documentation)

On site ROI

€4,968.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-CTL-MTX-ID-PROG

Advanced MTX Axis Control with IndraDrives & IndraWorks An advanced course offering an introduction to
Advanced MTX Axis Control with IndraDrives & IndraWorks
An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraDrive servo system with the MTX IndraLogic-2G motion
controller. MTX uses the Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use within the PLC and ISO G-code
for the NC. We will explain the drives configuration using the Sercos parameter structure, an introduction to the
IndraWorks-HMI operating system and to edit the PLC & NC. We will discuss the connectivity, basic servo
functionality and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and
referencing procedures using the IndraWorks-HMI. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s
automated processes. We would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 Digital servo drive
 Successful maintenance interventions
 To understand the system files and the configurations of the MTX system
 Overview of PLC programming
 Overview of NC programming
 Archiving of system files and restoring backup data.

Content

Digital servo drive theory

To understand the system files and the configurations of the MTX system

Drive & control parameters

Sercos interface

IndraLogic PLC programming

NC programming

PCL programming introduction

Archiving of system files and restoring backup data

Drive based safety technology

Duration

Three days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£4,891.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£3,991.00

On site ROI

€6,427.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: EDC-CTL-IL1G-MAINT

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Introduction to IndraLogic 1G IndraControl Offering an introduction to the IndraLogic-1G PLC. The IL family
Introduction to IndraLogic 1G IndraControl
Offering an introduction to the IndraLogic-1G PLC. The IL family of controls uses the Codesys operating system
for maximum ease of use. We will explain the basic project structure, an introduction to the IndraWorks software
and how to edit the PLC program. We will discuss the connectivity, basic functionality and diagnostics; through
practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and search procedures using both IndraWorks
& IndraLogic. This is ideal for first response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces.
Target Groups
Maintenance Personnel
Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
Learning targets
To understand the system files and the configurations of the system
Navigation of the IndraLogic PLC software
Successful maintenance interventions
Archiving of system files and restoring backup data
Content
To understand the system files and the configurations of the system
Hardware configuration
Introduction to IndraLogic PLC programming with simple examples in LD & ST

Function blocks

Variables, timers & counters

Archiving of system files and restoring backup data

Duration

One day

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£2,650.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£1,750.00

On site ROI

€3,625.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-CTL-IL2G-MAINT

Introduction to IndraLogic 2G IndraControl Offering an introduction to the IndraLogic-2G PLC. The IL family
Introduction to IndraLogic 2G IndraControl
Offering an introduction to the IndraLogic-2G PLC. The IL family of controls uses the Codesys operating system
for maximum ease of use. We will explain the basic project structure, an introduction to the IndraWorks software
and how to edit the PLC program. We will discuss the connectivity, basic functionality and diagnostics; through
practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and search procedures using both IndraWorks
& IndraLogic. This is ideal for first response maintenance teams and multi-skilled work forces.
Target Groups
Maintenance Personnel
Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
Learning targets
To understand the system files and the configurations of the system
Navigation of the PLC software
Successful maintenance interventions
Archiving of system files and restoring backup data.
Content
To understand the system files and the configurations of the system
Hardware configuration
Introduction to IndraLogic PLC programming with simple examples in LD & ST

Function blocks

Variables, timers & counters

Archiving of system files and restoring backup data.

Duration

One day

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£2,650.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£1,750.00

On site ROI

€3,625.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: EDC-CTL-IL1G-PROG

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Advanced IndraLogic 1G IndraControl An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraLogic-1G PLC. The
Advanced IndraLogic 1G IndraControl
An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraLogic-1G PLC. The IL family of controls uses the
Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will configure a basic project structure using
IndraWorks software and learn how to edit the PLC program. We will discuss the connectivity, basic functionality
and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and search procedures
using both IndraWorks & IndraLogic. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s automated
processes. We would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 To understand the system files and the configurations of the system
 PLC programming
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Archiving of system files and restoring backup data.
 Content

To understand the system files and the configurations of the system

Hardware configuration

Introduction to IndraLogic PLC programming with simple examples in IL, LD & ST

Function blocks

Variables, timers & counters

Archiving of system files and restoring backup data.

Duration

Two days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£3,525.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£2,625.00

On site ROI

€4,718.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-CTL-IL2G-PROG

Advanced IndraLogic 2G IndraControl An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraLogic-2G PLC. The
Advanced IndraLogic 2G IndraControl
An advanced course offering an introduction to the IndraLogic-2G PLC. The IL family of controls uses the
Codesys operating system for maximum ease of use. We will configure a basic project structure using
IndraWorks software and learn how to edit the PLC program. We will discuss the connectivity, basic functionality
and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and search procedures
using both IndraWorks & IndraLogic. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s automated
processes. We would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 To understand the system files and the configurations of the system
 PLC programming
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Archiving of system files and restoring backup data.
 Content

To understand the system files and the configurations of the system

Hardware configuration

Introduction to IndraLogic PLC programming with simple examples in IL, LD & ST

Function blocks

Variables, timers & counters

Archiving of system files and restoring backup data.

Duration

Two days

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£3,525.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£2,625.00

On site ROI

€4,718.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Course code: EDC-WORKSHOP1-TECH

Introduction to Drives & Controls Workshop

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Offering an introduction to the drives & controls with the agenda to be discussed prior to delivery. We will discuss the connectivity, basic functionality and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving, diagnostic and calibration procedures using the software. Ideal for those engineers expected to diagnose today’s automated processes and have specific requirements to be addressed.

Target Groups

Maintenance Personnel

Control Engineers

Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four

Prerequisite Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the Windows operating system

Learning targets

To understand the technology functions

Relevant interface configuration

Content

Product overview

Connections

Diagnostics

Syllabus driven by the customer

Duration

One day

Course equipment Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible

Training location Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility

Price per. course

On site at customers

£2,650.00

At a Bosch Rexroth facility

£1,750.00

On site ROI

€3,625.00

Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence

A surcharge will be made for any additional participants

Delivery times Training will commence at 9.00am each day

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-WELD-BOS6000-MAINT

Introduction to PSI6000 weld-timer and BOS6000 operating software  Target Groups  Maintenance Personnel 
Introduction to PSI6000 weld-timer and BOS6000 operating software
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 To understand the timer functions
 Relevant interface configuration
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Content
 Welding theory
 Connections
 Interface
 Diagnostics
 Timer configuration
 Duration
Two days
 Course equipment
Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible
 Training location
Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility
 Price per. course
 On site at customers
£3,525.00
 At a Bosch Rexroth facility
£2,625.00
 Shopfloor panel guide with a service engineer
£1,050.00 (One day without documentation)
 On site ROI
€4,718.00
 Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence
 A surcharge will be made for any additional participants
 Delivery times
Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Offering an introduction to the welding control, using the BOS6000 software. We will discuss the connectivity, basic timer functionality and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving and diagnostic procedures using the software. Ideal for those engineers expected to operate and maintain Rexroth MFDC welding controls.

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Course code: EDC-WELD-PSQ-MAINT

Introduction to PSQ6000 UIR Quality System, PSI with UI Controller  Target Groups  Maintenance
Introduction to PSQ6000 UIR Quality System, PSI with UI Controller
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system. They should already have a good understanding of Rexroth MFDC weld
controllers and have completed the BOS6000 maintenance course.
 Learning targets
 To understand the system hardware
 Principle of operation
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Content
 Welding theory using UIR optional hardware
 Connections
 Interface
 Diagnostics
 Timer configuration
 Duration
Two days
 Course equipment
Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible
 Training location
Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility
 Price per. course
 On site at customers
£3,525.00
 At a Bosch Rexroth facility
£2,625.00
 On site ROI
€4,718.00
 Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence
 A surcharge will be made for any additional participants
 Delivery times
Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Offering an introduction to the PSQ6000 UIR Quality system within the BOS6000 software. We will discuss the connectivity, principles, setup, diagnostics and operation of the UIR adaptive control through theoretical and practical examples (depending upon equipment being available). Ideal for engineers expected to operate and maintain Rexroth welding controls with the integrated UIR adaptive control. We would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.

The Drive & Control Academy | Training program 2014

Course code: EDC-WELD-PSQ-PROG

Introduction to PSI6000 weld-timer BOS6000 with PSQ6000 UIR Quality System  Target Groups  Maintenance
Introduction to PSI6000 weld-timer BOS6000 with PSQ6000 UIR Quality System
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be familiar with the
Windows operating system
 Learning targets
 To understand the timer functions
 Relevant interface configuration
 Principle of operation of PSQ quality system
 Successful maintenance interventions
 Content
 Welding theory
 Connections
 Interface
 Diagnostics
 Timer configuration
 Duration
Three days
 Course equipment
Full working demonstration play-mobiles at a rate of 2 people per station, where possible
 Training location
Your site with a suitable environment or a Bosch Rexroth facility
 Price per. course
 On site at customers
£4,691.00
 At a Bosch Rexroth facility
£3,791.00
 On site ROI
€6,177.00
 Prices are inclusive of the Trainers travel and subsistence
 A surcharge will be made for any additional participants
 Delivery times
Training will commence at 9.00am each day

Offering an introduction to the welding PSQ6000 UIR Quality system within the BOS6000 software. We will discuss the connectivity, principles, setup, diagnostics and operation of the UIR adaptive control through theoretical and practical examples (depending upon equipment being available). Ideal for engineers expected to operate and maintain Rexroth welding controls with the integrated UIR adaptive control. We would also recommend this course for our OEM customers.

Course code: EDC-WELD-TRICORE-MAINT

Training program 2014 | The Drive & Control Academy

Introduction to Tricore weld-timer and BOS6000 operating software

Offering an introduction to the welding control, using the BOS6000 software. We will discuss the connectivity, basic timer functionality and diagnostics; through practical examples we will demonstrate the archiving and diagnostic procedures using the software. Ideal for those engineers expected to operate and maintain Rexroth MFDC welding controls.

 Target Groups  Maintenance Personnel  Control Engineers  Commissioning Engineers  Maximum number
 Target Groups
 Maintenance Personnel
 Control Engineers
 Commissioning Engineers
 Maximum number of attendee’s for this course is four
 Prerequisite
Participants should have an electrical or mechanical engineering background and be