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WinCC OA Basic Course Content
- WinCC OA concepts: The managers, PARA module, GEDI module
- Control programming
- Animation of graphical objects / scripting
- References of graphical objects
- Panel topology
- User / permission management
- Alarm concepts
- Alarm and events screen
- Data point groups
- Power -configs
- Complex graphical objects
- Multi language support
- Zooming and (de)cluttering
- Historical archiving
- Archiving and archive compression
- Linking to IO
- Mass engineering
- Variable trend tool
- Working with scripts and libraries
- Online back up
- Emergency mode
WinCC OA Course Day 1
During the first day of WinCC OA training, attendees can expect to learn about the WinCC OA framework and become familiar with concepts and vocabulary specific to the software. Software installation, modules and licensing are discussed and implemented during day one.
WinCC OA Course Day 2
Graphical Editor (GEDI) concepts are lectured and implemented with hands-on labs focused on best practice project development. Animations, simulation scripting and user interface navigation are all built during day two.
WinCC OA Course Day 3
Alarm and event information and configuration is covered in depth during day three. You will apply alarm functionality to your project in multiple hand-on labs. Unique to WinCC OA training, students will physically connect to PLCs located in the KAASM test lab. PLC device connectivity lab is part of on-site training content.
WinCC OA Course Day 4
Data archive concepts and configuration labs are completed during day four. Students will configure value archives and leverage powerful trend and analytic tools during the hands-on labs. System maintenance functions such as backing up data and system “emergency mode” are also covered.
WinCC OA Course Day 5
By day five course attendees will have a fully operable project. Trainee projects culminate by connecting multiple redundant server sub-systems, then share data amongst multiple workstation servers in a high availability architecture. At the end of the course, trainee’s projects are reviewed.