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University of Miskolc
FOUNDATION Certified Training Program Southern Alberta Institute of Technology

Industrial Communication Research and Training Laboratory
University of Miskolc
3515 Miskolc-Egyetemváros
Hungary

Phone: +36-46-565-259

http://ikkol.afki.hu

Contact:

József Subert:
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Course ScheduleCourse DescriptionsRegistration FormMap & Directions

About The University of Miskolc

The University of Miskolc was established in 1949 and is the largest university of northern Hungary. Based in the largest city in the northern industrial area, the original faculties focused on heavy industry, metallurgy and mining. Since the 1980s its profile has changed to include numerous other faculties including law, economics, art, music and teaching. The university currently has over 100 faculties and teaches more than 15,000 students.

 

FOUNDATION Fieldbus Training Facilities

The FOUNDATION fieldbus training facility is located at the Industrial Communication Research and Training Laboratory within the university’s Research Institute of Applied Earth Sciences faculty.

For many years, the University of Miskolc, Research Institute of Applied Earth Sciences - Department of Research Instrumentation and Informatics, has been actively involved with several research projects to use, develop, and teach industrial communication systems. Having identified the need for improved theoretical knowledge and practical experience of new industrial communication systems and their functionality for both end users and manufacturers, the Research Institute, with the support from several sponsoring manufacturers, established a dedicated Industrial Communication Research and Training Laboratory in 2000. Head of Department – Dr Károly Jónap, Senior Research Scientist ( This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

Full FOUNDATION Certified Training Program accreditation was awarded on October 2012. The University of Miskolc is now the preferred site for certified FOUNDATION fieldbus training in the Central & Eastern Europe region.
 

Certified Instructors

József Subert ( This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ):

Subert is currently a Research Scientist in the Department of Research Instrumentation and Informatics. He holds a M.Sc. in mechanical engineering (specialization electronic-automation) from the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Miskolc; and a PhD from the József Hatvany Doctoral School of Information Science, Engineering and Technology, University of Miskolc. His past research projects include production informatics, fieldbus communications systems (incl. FOUNDATION fieldbus) and plant information systems.


Viktor Füvesi ( This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ):
Füvesi is currently an Assistant Research Scientist in the Department of Research Instrumentation and Informatics. He holds M Sc. In mechanical engineering (specialization mechatronics engineering, mechantronics design engineering) from the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Miskolc; and a PhD from the István Sályi Doctoral School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Miskolc. His past research projects include design and implementation of fieldbus devices in laboratories, FOUNDATION fieldbus, and fault diagnoses of complex actuator systems using artificial intelligence methods.


Ildikó Bölkény ( This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ):
Bölkény is currently Assistant Research Scientist in the Department of Research Instrumentation and Informatics. She holds a M.Sc. in mechanical engineering (specialization mechatronics engineering, mechatronics design engineering) from the Mechanical Engineering faculty, University of Miskolc; and a PhD from the József Hatvany Doctoral School of Information Science, Engineering and Technology, University of Miskolc. Her past research projects include production informatics.


In addition to their teaching and research roles, all are key members of the programme and organising committees of the annual Distributed Control Systems (DCS) meeting, a key event in Hungary for control engineers.

 

2013 Fieldbus Training Course Schedule

Course Name Course # Date Registration
Deadline
Price per Person per Day
FOUNDATION Certified Support Specialist
FFCSS  March 12-14, 2013 N/A
360 EUR
FOUNDATION Certified Support Specialist
FFCSS
April 23-25, 2013
N/A 360 EUR
FOUNDATION Certified Support Specialist
FFCSS May 21-23, 2013
N/A 360 EUR
FOUNDATION Certified Support Specialist
FFCSS Sept 10-12, 2013 N/A 360 EUR
FOUNDATION Certified Support Specialist
FFCSS Oct 1-3, 2013
N/A 360 EUR
FOUNDATION Certified Support Specialist
FFCSS Nov 12-14, 2013
N/A 360 EUR

FOUNDATION Fieldbus Course Descriptions:

FOUNDATION Fieldbus Certified Support Specialist (FFCSS):
The University of Miskolc’s three-day FOUNDATION Fieldbus Certified Support Specialist course is intended for sales professionals and management who need to be able to communicate intelligently about the technology, but do not need the depth of knowledge required for other certified courses.

 

Presentations:
INTRODUCTORY TOPICS

  • Where fieldbus fits
  • Fieldbus features
  • Fieldbus advantages and cost savings for applications in the field
  • Fieldbus vs. Profibus & Other buses, including HART and analog
  • How a simple Fieldbus system is designed & operates
  • Specification and selection of components.
  • Importance of physical layer
  • Data encoding (Manchester)
  • Interoperability
  • Fieldbus specifications

WIRING AND INSTALLATION

  • Physical layer
  • Fieldbus waveforms and other signal values
  • Types of wire,device coupler and other wiring components used for a Fieldbus segment
  • Fieldbus power supplies (and conditioners)
  • Segment topologies
  • Intrinsically safe segments

DEVICE CONFIGURATION

  • Data link layer - Link Active Scheduler
  • Macrocycle, Cycle time, Acyclic time
  • Communication, scheduling and function block assignments
  • Block modes (Auto, OOS, etc)
  • Input and output scaling parameters
  • Control loops
  • Alerts, Trends, Alarming

OPERATION

  • Fieldbus device structure (RB, FB, TB, enhanced, custom, standard)
  • Monitoring and control functions
  • Field diagnostics and use with Host or Asset Management System
  • The role of OPC in Fieldbus
  • EDDL and CFF
  • Revision management

TROUBLESHOOTING

  • Typical control strategy problems in Fieldbus (Block modes, Status)
  • Fieldbus devices with enhanced features (custom and extended blocks)
  • Physical layer test procedures & diagnostic tools

ECONOMICS

  • Economic impact of phases of Fieldbus Projects


Student qualification
Students should already be acquainted with existing 4-20mA technologies with a basic knowledge of analogue and digital communication.

The course fee of 100000 HUF or 360 EUR /person/day includes the tuition fees, course materials and meal



Additional FOUNDATION Fieldbus Courses Offered:

FOUNDATION Fieldbus Basics (FF1):
The basic course will help students to understand the architecture of FOUNDATION fieldbus, use devices and functions. Students learn the differences between the block types, and this knowledge will aid students in determining the appropriate control strategies, loop times and they will implement the devices on the system (configuration, diagnostic).

Students should already be acquainted with existing 4-20mA technologies with a basic knowledge of analogue and digital communication.

Presentations:

  • FOUNDATION fieldbus in the Industrial Communication
  • History of FOUNDATION fieldbus and the ISO-OSI model
  • FOUNDATION fieldbus Physical Layer
  • Signalling, wiring, communication rating, coding
  • Data Link Layer in the FOUNDATION fieldbus Communication Stack
  • Scheduled and unscheduled communication, LAS functions
  • Application Layer in FOUNDATION fieldbus
  • FMS services by Virtual Communication Relationships
  • User Application Layer
  • Resource, Function and Transducer blocks
  • Function Blocks
  • FF-891, FF-892 and FF-893
  • Transducer Blocks and Resource Block
  • Link, Trend, Alert, and View blocks, product features
  • Device Description Services
  • DDL, FDT and DTM use
  • Time Synchronisation and Distribution
  • LAS operation, LAS schedule duration macro cycle times
  • Elements of the FOUNDATION fieldbus system
  • Power supply, repeater, topologies, terminals, junction blocks, etc.
  • Products and Services
  • Transducers, valves, controllers, diagnostics


Practical Sessions:

  • FOUNDATION fieldbus configuration practice on different devices
  • Control in the field
  • FOUNDATION fieldbus diagnostics


The course fee of 80000 HUF or 285 EUR /person/day includes the tuition fees, course materials and meal.


FOUNDATION Fieldbus In Hazardous Areas (FF2):

The course has been prepared to aid understanding of the application consideration of FOUNDATION fieldbus in hazardous area. Students will learn to use the Entity, FISCO and field barrier solutions and advantages and disadvantages of these systems.

Students need to have attended the FOUNDATION Fieldbus Basics (FF1) course and be familiar with the basic terminologies of FOUNDATION fieldbus.

Presentations:

  • Classifying Hazardous Areas and Flammable Atmospheres
  • EU and U.S.A. standards (Zones and Divisions)
  • Intrinsic Safety – I.S. parameters
  • Current, voltage and power barriers, ignition curves
  • Explosion Proofing
  • Categories, energy, directives
  • I.S. Profiles
  • Type 111, 112, 121 and 122
  • Fieldbus Power Supplies in Hazardous Areas
  • Bus powered devices and separately powered devices
  • Different Concepts
  • Entity model, FISCO system, field barrier
  • FOUNDATION fieldbus Segments in Hazardous Areas
  • Network analysing and planning – traditional and FISCO model (devices No. wires, etc.)
  • I.S. Implementation
  • From DC PS to terminators
  • Redundancy and FOUNDATION fieldbus
  • Redundancy application in I.S.
  • Ex-d Application
  • Ex-d FOUNDATION fieldbus devices and wiring


Practical Sessions:

  • Measuring and testing of the Entity system
  • Measuring and testing of the FISCO system
  • Measuring and testing of the field barrier system


The course fee of 80000 HUF or 285 EUR /person/day per person includes the tuition fees, course materials and meal.

 

Registration:

Contact: Dr. Károly JÓNAP
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Telephone: (+36-46)-565-259

Contact: József SUBERT
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Telephone: (+36-46)-565-255/25-17

Online Registration:
http://ikkol.akki.hu/Document/registration_uk_1.html

 

Maps and Directions:

The FOUNDATION fieldbus training courses are held at the Industrial Communication Research and Training Laboratory, located at the University of Miskolc Research Institute of Applied Earth Sciences – Department of Research Instrumentation and Informatics.

Budapest – Motorway M3 – Exit 151. – M30 – Exit 24. Miskolc dél – Road 304. – Pesti út - Futó utca – Egyetemváros. 

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