ST 6254 – Insight Workstation II

Overview: Building on Insight Workstation I, you will learn how to build and modify system objects. A scenario-based skills assessment at the end of the course allows you to put into practice the knowledge you have learned. This class is for you if your facility has Siemens proprietary field panels.

Participants: For advanced users of Insight whose role is to create and modify points, graphics, user accounts, zones and events.

Objectives: Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Describe the networks used in Insight communication

  • Use System Profile to edit the system architecture

  • Create and modify points

  • Copy existing points using Attribute Duplicator

  • Put points into trend

  • Create Insight and ALN/BLN user accounts

  • Assign privilege levels to user accounts

  • Add objects to Access Groups

  • Explain the use of Enhanced Alarm Management

  • Define destinations and alarm messages

  • Modify a point to use Enhanced Alarming

  • Use Micrografx Designer to create background graphics

  • Use the graphics applications to create dynamic graphics

  • Create a logical series of links between dynamic graphics

  • Create a new zone

  • Create a new event

  • Describe Start/Stop Time Optimization (SSTO)

  • Describe features of Program Editor

  • Import and save a program

  • Describe key features of a program

  • Generate reports used in troubleshooting programs

  • Describe how Scheduler works

  • Explain how Scheduler ties zones, events and programs together to automate building control systems

  • Backup and restore the system database

  • Use the Database Transfer application

  • Utilize the System Activity Log to track system activity

Topics in the class include:

  • System Architecture

  • Points

  • User Accounts

  • Enhanced Alarming

  • Graphics

  • Event Builder

  • Program Editor

  • Scheduling

  • Database Utilities

  • Knowledge Assessment

  • Skills Assessment

Prerequisites:  ST 6203 - Insight Workstation I

Course Length: 3.5 Days

CEUs: 2.7

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