A hands-on course guiding you through connecting and configuring your own AS-Interface network.
Dealing with practical real-world situations and common pitfalls this course is ideal for design and maintenance engineers new to AS-i and also engineers with basic exposure to AS-i but wanting to get a deeper understanding.
The course is conducted at our centrally located office near Manchester.
We scheduled two training dates at our head office each year, although we do offer in-house training courses which are scheduled to suit your needs.
Dates: April and October
Location: Pepperl+Fuchs GB Ltd, 77 Ripponden Road, Oldham, OL1 4EL
The cost of attending our one-day course in Oldham is £150.00, which includes the use of materials and a light lunch.
Unless otherwise stated the course will begin at 09:30 am and adjourn at 15:30 pm.
Attendees will receive a Certificate for Professional Development upon completion of a course.
Pepperl+Fuchs reserves the right to cancel any seminar that has less than 6 individuals enrolled.
Our trainers offer more than an overview, they offer practical demonstrations, hands-on experience for practical network construction with group discussions and individual questions.
With over 20 years’ experience working within the automation industry Dave has acquired a wealth of knowledge across a wide range of applications to provide in-depth training, hands-on and technical support to our customer base. As our Systems and Solutions specialist Dave is able to offer you an insight in to integration and related applications.
As our in-house AS-I Specialist, Helen has worked extensively on applications where AS-I technologies have been a key solution. As well as leading you through the training on the day Helen provides follow-up technical advice as part of our technical support team, offering telephone and email support free-of-charge.
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"Thank you for a great seminar. The presentation covered all the topics we wanted and it was very useful to have Helen and Dave with their in-depth technical knowledge."
"The presentation covered all the “grey” areas and the all participants found it very interesting."
"This seminar will definitely help us to design better and more reliable networks. The new products presentation was also a great addition. We found some new modules really interesting and I’m sure we will used them in our future projects."
"One of the more relaxed yet informative days I’ve had in a course."
"It was a good opportunity to understand many products as well as the AS-I system abilities and limitations and thoroughly thought it a worthy day."
The actuator-sensor interface (AS-Interface) replaces conventional wiring technology on the sensor-actuator level. AS-Interface has firmly established itself as a worldwide standard for the cost-effective transfer of power and signals along a single cable. It is an open system and is compatible with all common fieldbus systems read more