Course: Power Xpert, PowerNet and Foreseer Basics


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2013 Dates: 2013: March 12-15, May 14-17, Sept 10-13, Nov. 12-15
Location: Eaton Electrical Services and Systems District Office,
130 Commonwealth Drive, Warrendale, PA 15086
Who Should Attend: Eaton-authorized Systems Integrators 
Description: This course will focus on connectivity, providing the attendee with the necessary hands-on skill and tools to configure the Power Xpert software through its component pieces of PowerNet and Foreseer software. It is designed for engineers and technicians that design, install, and operate power management systems with Power Xpert communications capabilities. It provides a basic understanding of the architecture and configuration of Power Xpert software and hardware components. It is necessary to complete this training course prior to registration in the Power Xpert Software Web based training modules. 
Hotel Reservations and Transporation Students are responsible for making their own arrangement for a sleeping room. The Warrendale Training Team recommends the Four Points by Sheraton Pittsburgh North hotel in Mars, Pennsylvania. Other hotels are available in the Cranberry Township, Marshall Township and Warrendale area. Information concerning the availability of taxi, airport limousine and rental auto services will be given in your registration confirmation package. Note that local area hotels do not provide airport shuttle service. It is recommended that you not make your travel arrangement until your registration in a training session is confirmed. 
Expenses: Lunch will be catered each day at the training location. Students are responsible for all other meal expense as well as their own transportation and lodging expense. 
Registration: Registration is required within one week of the starting date of the training. Class is limited to 12 attendees. Click here to register.
Tuition: Tuition is $1,690 per person. See the registration form for acceptable methods of payment. 
Notes: Bring your lap-top computer. All other classroom supplies will be provided. This program will be taught by engineers of the E-ESS  Power Systems Engineering and the Performance Power groups. 3.2 CEUs can be awarded for successful completion of this training.

 

 


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