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CT26_0-17: Verify or Set Protection Parameters for Programmable Controllers and/or Other Instrumentation Control Loops

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Course describes the basic methods for tuning and troubleshooting process controllers. It reviews the different types of control loops, their functions, and the methods that are used to tune them. It explains how to verify and set protection parameters and describes how to perform continuity checks and troubleshoot loops, including troubleshooting an oscillating process.

**Important**

All Pipeline courses are for training only.

Testing for Operator Qualifications must be done through an NCCER Accredited Training Sponsor.


Course Enrollment:

Course enrollment occurs automatically upon payment at checkout. Enrollment utilizes the email address provided. To access a course after purchase, log in to (or create) an NCCER Account using the email address provided during checkout, then click "Learning Platform."

Course describes the basic methods for tuning and troubleshooting process controllers. It reviews the different types of control loops, their functions, and the methods that are used to tune them. It explains how to verify and set protection parameters and describes how to perform continuity checks and troubleshoot loops, including troubleshooting an oscillating process.

**Important**

All Pipeline courses are for training only.

Testing for Operator Qualifications must be done through an NCCER Accredited Training Sponsor.


Course Enrollment:

Course enrollment occurs automatically upon payment at checkout. Enrollment utilizes the email address provided. To access a course after purchase, log in to (or create) an NCCER Account using the email address provided during checkout, then click "Learning Platform."

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