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1 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 1. Install commission new industrial control system equipment in a new application - Part Install controllers, remote telemetry units. 1.2 Install control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 1.3 Install current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 1.4 Install transmitters measuring devices. 1.5 Install relays alarm panels. INTC 1312 & Safety INTC 1456 Calibration 1. Demonstrate safety, health, environmental awareness. 2. Describe career opportunities for instrument technicians 3. Use basic tools for in a safe effective manner. 4. Identify describe basic instrumentation components 5. Interpret draw basic P&ID sketches 6. Identify maintenance procedures, particularly safety, that are required for systems that an instrumentation technician will be working with 1. Describe properties attributes of frequently-used process variables. 2. Describe principles of calibration traceability to international stards 3. Describe operation of transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners 4. Configure calibrate transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners 1.6 Install ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 1

2 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 1. Install commission new industrial control system equipment in a new application - Part Install controllers, remote telemetry units. 1.2 Install control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 1.3 Install current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 1.4 Install transmitters measuring devices. 1.5 Install relays alarm panels. INTC 1441 Principles of INTC 1343 Application of Industrial INTC 2330 Systems Troubleshooting 1. Describe select appropriate control strategies for process control 2. Determine optimum tuning settings for a control loop 3. Describe 2 different methods for calculating settings on controllers when each of them may be appropriate 4. Describe the use of decimal, binary, octal hexadecimal notations in process control 5. Install, maintain repair pneumatic controllers, RTUs relays 1. Read draw diagrams used in industrial automatic control 2. Describe how instrumentation components are combined for automatic process control 3. Describe how instrumentation can be used in control strategies in both main auxiliary systems 4. Describe installation, maintenance repair of systems such as HVAC, analyzer variable speed/frequency drives 1. Describe factors that must be considered in the troubleshooting process 2. Demonstrate frequently used techniques to analyze troubleshoot a system 3. Troubleshoot process upsets using simulation 4. Troubleshoot repair faults in frequently used plant equipment 1.6 Install ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 2

3 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 1. Install commission new industrial control system equipment in a new application - Part Install controllers, remote telemetry units. 1.2 Install control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 1.3 Install current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 1.4 Install transmitters measuring devices. 1.5 Install relays alarm panels. INTC 2370 Linking Process Systems RBTC 1301 lers INTC 2336 Distributed 1. Describe basic server configuration maintenance for OPC server systems 2. Describe protocols used in process control systems how they can be connected 3. Provide security for OPC server systems 4. Maintain reliability, health software upgrades of OPC server systems 1. Write a working PLC program using ladder logic 2. Install, test repair the program on a PLC electromechanical system 3. Install, troubleshoot, maintain repair the PLC program electromechanical system 4. Integrate finalize the PLC project in an electro-mechanical system 1. Describe the operation advantages of DCS PLC systems 2. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair controllers, transmitters RTUs 3. Program a PLC at a basic level then install troubleshoot in an electromechanical system 4. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair DCS fieldbus process control networks 1.6 Install ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 3

4 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 1. Install commission new industrial control system equipment in a new application - Part Install switches. 1.8 Install, variable frequency drive (VFD) or variable speed drive (VSD) motor controllers. 1.9 Install DCS, PLC fieldbus process control networks Install 600-volt or less motors rotating equipment protection devices such as vibration monitoring motor control relays. INTC 1312 & Safety INTC 1456 Calibration 1. Demonstrate safety, health, environmental awareness. 2. Describe career opportunities for instrument technicians 3. Use basic tools for in a safe effective manner. 4. Identify describe basic instrumentation components 5. Interpret draw basic P&ID sketches 6. Identify maintenance procedures, particularly safety, that are required for systems that an instrumentation technician will be working with 1. Describe properties attributes of frequently-used process variables. 2. Describe principles of calibration traceability to international stards 3. Describe operation of transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners 4. Configure, calibrate, install, maintain repair transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners, relays, switches alarm panels 4

5 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 1. Install commission new industrial control system equipment in a new application - Part Install switches. 1.8 Install, variable frequency drive (VFD) or variable speed drive (VSD) motor controllers. 1.9 Install DCS, PLC fieldbus process control networks Install 600-volt or less motors rotating equipment protection devices such as vibration monitoring motor control relays. INTC 1441 Principles of INTC 1343 Application of Industrial INTC 2330 Systems Troubleshooting 1. Describe select appropriate control strategies for process control 2. Determine optimum tuning settings for a control loop 3. Describe 2 different methods for calculating settings on controllers when each of them may be appropriate 4. Describe the use of decimal, binary, octal hexadecimal notations in process control 5. Install, maintain repair pneumatic controllers, RTUs relays 1. Read draw diagrams used in industrial automatic control 2. Describe how instrumentation components are combined for automatic process control 3. Describe how instrumentation can be used in control strategies in both main auxiliary systems 4. Describe installation, maintenance repair of systems such as HVAC, analyzer variable speed/frequency drives 1. Describe factors that must be considered in the troubleshooting process 2. Demonstrate frequently used techniques to analyze troubleshoot a system 3. Troubleshoot process upsets using simulation 4. Troubleshoot repair faults in frequently used plant equipment 5

6 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 1. Install commission new industrial control system equipment in a new application - Part Install switches. 1.8 Install, variable frequency drive (VFD) or variable speed drive (VSD) motor controllers. 1.9 Install DCS, PLC fieldbus process control networks Install 600-volt or less motors rotating equipment protection devices such as vibration monitoring motor control relays. INTC 2370 Linking Process Systems RBTC 1301 lers INTC 2336 Distributed 1. Describe basic server configuration maintenance for OPC server systems 2. Describe protocols used in process control systems how they can be connected 3. Provide security for OPC server systems 4. Maintain reliability, health software upgrades of OPC server systems 1. Write a working PLC program using ladder logic 2. Install, test repair the program on a PLC electromechanical system 3. Install, troubleshoot, maintain repair the PLC program electromechanical system 4. Integrate finalize the PLC project in an electro-mechanical system 1. Describe the operation advantages of DCS PLC systems 2. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair controllers, transmitters RTUs 3. Program a PLC at a basic level then install troubleshoot in an electromechanical system 4. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair DCS fieldbus process control networks 6

7 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 2. Maintain, calibrate, lubricate, clean tune industrial control system equipment - Part 1 INTC 1312 & Safety INTC 1456 Calibration 1. Demonstrate safety, health, environmental awareness. 2. Describe career opportunities for instrument technicians 3. Use basic tools for in a safe effective manner. 4. Identify describe basic instrumentation components 5. Interpret draw basic P&ID sketches 6. Identify maintenance procedures, particularly safety, that are required for systems that an instrumentation technician will be working with 1. Describe properties attributes of frequently-used process variables. 2. Describe principles of calibration traceability to international stards 3. Describe operation of transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners 4. Configure, calibrate, install, maintain repair transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners, relays, switches alarm panels 2.1 Maintain controllers, remote telemetry units. 2.2 Maintain control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 2.3 Maintain current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 2.4 Maintain transmitters measuring devices. 2.5 Maintain relays alarm panels. 2.6 Maintain ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 7

8 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 2. Maintain, calibrate, lubricate, clean tune industrial control system equipment - Part 1 INTC 1441 Principles of INTC 1343 Application of Industrial 1. Describe select appropriate control strategies for process control 2. Determine optimum tuning settings for a control loop 3. Describe 2 different methods for calculating settings on controllers when each of them may be appropriate 4. Describe the use of decimal, binary, octal hexadecimal notations in process control 5. Install, maintain repair pneumatic controllers, RTUs relays 1. Read draw diagrams used in industrial automatic control 2. Describe how instrumentation components are combined for automatic process control 3. Describe how instrumentation can be used in control strategies in both main auxiliary systems 4. Describe installation, maintenance repair of systems such as HVAC, analyzer variable speed/frequency drives 2.1 Maintain controllers, remote telemetry units. 2.2 Maintain control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 2.3 Maintain current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 2.4 Maintain transmitters measuring devices. 2.5 Maintain relays alarm panels. 2.6 Maintain ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 8

9 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 2. Maintain, calibrate, lubricate, clean tune industrial control system equipment - Part 1 INTC 2330 Systems Troubleshooting INTC 2370 Linking Process Systems RBTC 1301 lers 1. Describe factors that must be considered in the troubleshooting process 2. Demonstrate frequently used techniques to analyze troubleshoot a system 3. Troubleshoot process upsets using simulation 4. Troubleshoot repair faults in frequently used plant equipment 1. Describe basic server configuration maintenance for OPC server systems 2. Describe protocols used in process control systems how they can be connected 3. Provide security for OPC server systems 4. Maintain reliability, health software upgrades of OPC server systems 1. Write a working PLC program using ladder logic 2. Install, test repair the program on a PLC electromechanical system 3. Install, troubleshoot, maintain repair the PLC program electromechanical system 4. Integrate finalize the PLC project in an electro-mechanical system 2.1 Maintain controllers, remote telemetry units. 2.2 Maintain control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 2.3 Maintain current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 2.4 Maintain transmitters measuring devices. 2.5 Maintain relays alarm panels. 2.6 Maintain ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 9

10 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 2. Maintain, calibrate, lubricate, clean tune industrial control system equipment - Part 1 INTC 2336 Distributed 1. Describe the operation advantages of DCS PLC systems 2. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair controllers, transmitters RTUs 3. Program a PLC at a basic level then install troubleshoot in an electromechanical system 4. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair DCS fieldbus process control networks 2.1 Maintain controllers, remote telemetry units. 2.2 Maintain control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 2.3 Maintain current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 2.4 Maintain transmitters measuring devices. 2.5 Maintain relays alarm panels. 2.6 Maintain ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 10

11 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 2. Maintain, calibrate, lubricate, clean tune industrial control system equipment - Part 2 INTC 1312 & Safety INTC 1456 Calibration 2.7 Maintain switches. 1. Demonstrate safety, health, environmental awareness. 2. Describe career opportunities for instrument technicians 3. Use basic tools for in a safe effective manner. 4. Identify describe basic instrumentation components 5. Interpret draw basic P&ID sketches 6. Identify maintenance procedures, particularly safety, that are required for systems that an instrumentation technician will be working with 1. Describe properties attributes of frequently-used process variables. 2. Describe principles of calibration traceability to international stards 3. Describe operation of transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners 4. Configure, calibrate, install, maintain repair transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners, relays, switches alarm panels 2.8 Maintain, variable frequency drive (VFD) or variable speed drive (VSD) motor controllers. 2.9 Maintain DCS, PLC fieldbus process control networks Maintain 600-volt or less motors rotating equipment protection devices such as vibration monitoring motor control relays. 11

12 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 2. Maintain, calibrate, lubricate, clean tune industrial control system equipment - Part 2 INTC 1441 Principles of INTC 1343 Application of Industrial INTC 2330 Systems Troubleshooting 2.7 Maintain switches. 1. Describe select appropriate control strategies for process control 2. Determine optimum tuning settings for a control loop 3. Describe 2 different methods for calculating settings on controllers when each of them may be appropriate 4. Describe the use of decimal, binary, octal hexadecimal notations in process control 5. Install, maintain repair pneumatic controllers, RTUs relays 1. Read draw diagrams used in industrial automatic control 2. Describe how instrumentation components are combined for automatic process control 3. Describe how instrumentation can be used in control strategies in both main auxiliary systems 4. Describe installation, maintenance repair of systems such as HVAC, analyzer variable speed/frequency drives 1. Describe factors that must be considered in the troubleshooting process 2. Demonstrate frequently used techniques to analyze troubleshoot a system 3. Troubleshoot process upsets using simulation 4. Troubleshoot repair faults in frequently used plant equipment 2.8 Maintain, variable frequency drive (VFD) or variable speed drive (VSD) motor controllers. 2.9 Maintain DCS, PLC fieldbus process control networks Maintain 600-volt or less motors rotating equipment protection devices such as vibration monitoring motor control relays. 12

13 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 2. Maintain, calibrate, lubricate, clean tune industrial control system equipment - Part 2 INTC 2370 Linking Process Systems RBTC 1301 lers INTC 2336 Distributed 2.7 Maintain switches. 1. Describe basic server configuration maintenance for OPC server systems 2. Describe protocols used in process control systems how they can be connected 3. Provide security for OPC server systems 4. Maintain reliability, health software upgrades of OPC server systems 1. Write a working PLC program using ladder logic 2. Install, test repair the program on a PLC electromechanical system 3. Install, troubleshoot, maintain repair the PLC program electromechanical system 4. Integrate finalize the PLC project in an electro-mechanical system 1. Describe the operation advantages of DCS PLC systems 2. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair controllers, transmitters RTUs 3. Program a PLC at a basic level then install troubleshoot in an electromechanical system 4. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair DCS fieldbus process control networks 2.8 Maintain, variable frequency drive (VFD) or variable speed drive (VSD) motor controllers. 2.9 Maintain DCS, PLC fieldbus process control networks Maintain 600-volt or less motors rotating equipment protection devices such as vibration monitoring motor control relays. 13

14 Institution : Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 3. Troubleshoot diagnose malfunctions of industrial control system equipment - Part 1 INTC 1312 & Safety INTC 1456 Calibration 3.1 Troubleshoot controllers, remote telemetry units. 1. Demonstrate safety, health, environmental awareness. 2. Describe career opportunities for instrument technicians 3. Use basic tools for in a safe effective manner. 4. Identify describe basic instrumentation components 5. Interpret draw basic P&ID sketches 6. Identify maintenance procedures, particularly safety, that are required for systems that an instrumentation technician will be working with 1. Describe properties attributes of frequently-used process variables. 2. Describe principles of calibration traceability to international stards 3. Describe operation of transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners 4. Configure, calibrate, install, maintain repair transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners, relays, switches alarm panels 3.2 Troubleshoot control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 3.3 Troubleshoot current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 3.4 Troubleshoo t transmitters measuring devices. 3.5 Troublesh oot pneumatic, relays alarm panels. 3.6 Troubleshoot ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 14

15 Institution : Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 3. Troubleshoot diagnose malfunctions of industrial control system equipment - Part 1 INTC 1441 Principles of INTC 1343 Application of Industrial 3.1 Troubleshoot controllers, remote telemetry units. 1. Describe select appropriate control strategies for process control 2. Determine optimum tuning settings for a control loop 3. Describe 2 different methods for calculating settings on controllers when each of them may be appropriate 4. Describe the use of decimal, binary, octal hexadecimal notations in process control 5. Install, maintain repair pneumatic controllers, RTUs relays 1. Read draw diagrams used in industrial automatic control 2. Describe how instrumentation components are combined for automatic process control 3. Describe how instrumentation can be used in control strategies in both main auxiliary systems 4. Describe installation, maintenance repair of systems such as HVAC, analyzer variable speed/frequency drives 3.2 Troubleshoot control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 3.3 Troubleshoot current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 3.4 Troubleshoo t transmitters measuring devices. 3.5 Troublesh oot pneumatic, relays alarm panels. 3.6 Troubleshoot ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 15

16 Institution : Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 3. Troubleshoot diagnose malfunctions of industrial control system equipment - Part 1 INTC 2330 Systems Troubleshooting INTC 2370 Linking Process Systems RBTC 1301 lers 3.1 Troubleshoot controllers, remote telemetry units. 1. Describe factors that must be considered in the troubleshooting process 2. Demonstrate frequently used techniques to analyze troubleshoot a system 3. Troubleshoot process upsets using simulation 4. Troubleshoot repair faults in frequently used plant equipment 1. Describe basic server configuration maintenance for OPC server systems 2. Describe protocols used in process control systems how they can be connected 3. Provide security for OPC server systems 4. Maintain reliability, health software upgrades of OPC server systems 1. Write a working PLC program using ladder logic 2. Install, test repair the program on a PLC electromechanical system 3. Install, troubleshoot, maintain repair the PLC program electromechanical system 4. Integrate finalize the PLC project in an electro-mechanical system 3.2 Troubleshoot control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 3.3 Troubleshoot current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 3.4 Troubleshoo t transmitters measuring devices. 3.5 Troublesh oot pneumatic, relays alarm panels. 3.6 Troubleshoot ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 16

17 Institution : Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 3. Troubleshoot diagnose malfunctions of industrial control system equipment - Part 1 INTC 2336 Distributed 3.1 Troubleshoot controllers, remote telemetry units. 1. Describe the operation advantages of DCS PLC systems 2. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair controllers, transmitters RTUs 3. Program a PLC at a basic level then install troubleshoot in an electromechanical system 4. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair DCS fieldbus process control networks 3.2 Troubleshoot control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 3.3 Troubleshoot current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 3.4 Troubleshoo t transmitters measuring devices. 3.5 Troublesh oot pneumatic, relays alarm panels. 3.6 Troubleshoot ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 17

18 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 3. Troubleshoot diagnose malfunctions of industrial control system equipment - Part Troubleshoot switches. 3.8 Troubleshoot, variable frequency drive (VFD) or variable speed drive (VSD) motor controllers. 3.9 Troubleshoot DCS, PLC fieldbus process control networks Troubleshoot 600-volt or less motors rotating equipment protection devices such as vibration monitoring motor control relays. INTC 1312 & Safety INTC 1456 Calibration 1. Demonstrate safety, health, environmental awareness. 2. Describe career opportunities for instrument technicians 3. Use basic tools for in a safe effective manner. 4. Identify describe basic instrumentation components 5. Interpret draw basic P&ID sketches 6. Identify maintenance procedures, particularly safety, that are required for systems that an instrumentation technician will be working with 1. Describe properties attributes of frequently-used process variables. 2. Describe principles of calibration traceability to international stards 3. Describe operation of transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners 4. Configure, calibrate, install, maintain repair transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners, relays, switches alarm panels 18

19 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 3. Troubleshoot diagnose malfunctions of industrial control system equipment - Part Troubleshoot switches. 3.8 Troubleshoot, variable frequency drive (VFD) or variable speed drive (VSD) motor controllers. 3.9 Troubleshoot DCS, PLC fieldbus process control networks Troubleshoot 600-volt or less motors rotating equipment protection devices such as vibration monitoring motor control relays. INTC 1441 Principles of INTC 1343 Application of Industrial INTC 2330 Systems Troubleshooting 1. Describe select appropriate control strategies for process control 2. Determine optimum tuning settings for a control loop 3. Describe 2 different methods for calculating settings on controllers when each of them may be appropriate 4. Describe the use of decimal, binary, octal hexadecimal notations in process control 5. Install, maintain repair pneumatic controllers, RTUs relays 1. Read draw diagrams used in industrial automatic control 2. Describe how instrumentation components are combined for automatic process control 3. Describe how instrumentation can be used in control strategies in both main auxiliary systems 4. Describe installation, maintenance repair of systems such as HVAC, analyzer variable speed/frequency drives 1. Describe factors that must be considered in the troubleshooting process 2. Demonstrate frequently used techniques to analyze troubleshoot a system 3. Troubleshoot process upsets using simulation 4. Troubleshoot repair faults in frequently used plant equipment 19

20 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 3. Troubleshoot diagnose malfunctions of industrial control system equipment - Part Troubleshoot switches. 3.8 Troubleshoot, variable frequency drive (VFD) or variable speed drive (VSD) motor controllers. 3.9 Troubleshoot DCS, PLC fieldbus process control networks Troubleshoot 600-volt or less motors rotating equipment protection devices such as vibration monitoring motor control relays. INTC 2370 Linking Process Systems RBTC 1301 lers INTC 2336 Distributed 1. Describe basic server configuration maintenance for OPC server systems 2. Describe protocols used in process control systems how they can be connected 3. Provide security for OPC server systems 4. Maintain reliability, health software upgrades of OPC server systems 1. Write a working PLC program using ladder logic 2. Install, test repair the program on a PLC electromechanical system 3. Install, troubleshoot, maintain repair the PLC program electromechanical system 4. Integrate finalize the PLC project in an electro-mechanical system 1. Describe the operation advantages of DCS PLC systems 2. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair controllers, transmitters RTUs 3. Program a PLC at a basic level then install troubleshoot in an electromechanical system 4. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair DCS fieldbus process control networks 20

21 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 4. Repair or replace malfunctioning industrial control system equipment Part 1 INTC 1312 & Safety INTC 1456 Calibration 1. Demonstrate safety, health, environmental awareness. 2. Describe career opportunities for instrument technicians 3. Use basic tools for in a safe effective manner. 4. Identify describe basic instrumentation components 5. Interpret draw basic P&ID sketches 6. Identify maintenance procedures, particularly safety, that are required for systems that an instrumentation technician will be working with 1. Describe properties attributes of frequently-used process variables. 2. Describe principles of calibration traceability to international stards 3. Describe operation of transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners 4. Configure, calibrate, install, maintain repair transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners, relays, switches alarm panels 4.1 Repair or replace controllers, remote telemetry units. 4.2 Repair or replace control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 4.3 Repair or replace current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 4.4 Repair or replace transmitters measuring devices. 4.5 Repair or replace pneumatic, relays alarm panels. 4.6 Repair or replace ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 21

22 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 4. Repair or replace malfunctioning industrial control system equipment Part 1 INTC 1441 Principles of INTC 1343 Application of Industrial 1. Describe select appropriate control strategies for process control 2. Determine optimum tuning settings for a control loop 3. Describe 2 different methods for calculating settings on controllers when each of them may be appropriate 4. Describe the use of decimal, binary, octal hexadecimal notations in process control 5. Install, maintain repair pneumatic controllers, RTUs relays 1. Read draw diagrams used in industrial automatic control 2. Describe how instrumentation components are combined for automatic process control 3. Describe how instrumentation can be used in control strategies in both main auxiliary systems 4. Describe installation, maintenance repair of systems such as HVAC, analyzer variable speed/frequency drives 4.1 Repair or replace controllers, remote telemetry units. 4.2 Repair or replace control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 4.3 Repair or replace current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 4.4 Repair or replace transmitters measuring devices. 4.5 Repair or replace pneumatic, relays alarm panels. 4.6 Repair or replace ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 22

23 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 4. Repair or replace malfunctioning industrial control system equipment Part 1 INTC 2330 Systems Troubleshooting INTC 2370 Linking Process Systems RBTC 1301 lers 1. Describe factors that must be considered in the troubleshooting process 2. Demonstrate frequently used techniques to analyze troubleshoot a system 3. Troubleshoot process upsets using simulation 4. Troubleshoot repair faults in frequently used plant equipment 1. Describe basic server configuration maintenance for OPC server systems 2. Describe protocols used in process control systems how they can be connected 3. Provide security for OPC server systems 4. Maintain reliability, health software upgrades of OPC server systems 1. Write a working PLC program using ladder logic 2. Install, test repair the program on a PLC electromechanical system 3. Install, troubleshoot, maintain repair the PLC program electromechanical system 4. Integrate finalize the PLC project in an electro-mechanical system 4.1 Repair or replace controllers, remote telemetry units. 4.2 Repair or replace control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 4.3 Repair or replace current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 4.4 Repair or replace transmitters measuring devices. 4.5 Repair or replace pneumatic, relays alarm panels. 4.6 Repair or replace ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 23

24 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 4. Repair or replace malfunctioning industrial control system equipment Part 1 INTC 2336 Distributed 1. Describe the operation advantages of DCS PLC systems 2. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair controllers, transmitters RTUs 3. Program a PLC at a basic level then install troubleshoot in an electromechanical system 4. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair DCS fieldbus process control networks 4.1 Repair or replace controllers, remote telemetry units. 4.2 Repair or replace control valves, self operated pressure regulators. 4.3 Repair or replace current to pneumatic (I/P), pneumatic to current (P/I), voltage to current (E/I), current to voltage (I/E), to analog, (D/A), analog to (A/D) transducers. 4.4 Repair or replace transmitters measuring devices. 4.5 Repair or replace pneumatic, relays alarm panels. 4.6 Repair or replace ph, conductivity, gas chromatograph, turbidity, infrared, combustible, ultraviolet, oxygen, lower explosive limit other analyzers sample systems. 24

25 Institution : Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 4. Repair or replace malfunctioning industrial control system equipment Part 2 INTC 1312 & Safety INTC 1456 Calibration 1. Demonstrate safety, health, environmental awareness. 2. Describe career opportunities for instrument technicians 3. Use basic tools for in a safe effective manner. 4. Identify describe basic instrumentation components 5. Interpret draw basic P&ID sketches 6. Identify maintenance procedures, particularly safety, that are required for systems that an instrumentation technician will be working with 1. Describe properties attributes of frequently-used process variables. 2. Describe principles of calibration traceability to international stards 3. Describe operation of transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners 4. Configure, calibrate, install, maintain repair transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners, relays, switches alarm panels 4.7 Repair or replace switches. 4.8 Repair or replace, variable frequency drive (VFD) or variable speed drive (VSD) motor controllers. 4.9 Repair or replace DCS, PLC fieldbus process control networks Repair or replace 600-volt or less motors rotating equipment protection devices such as vibration monitoring motor control relays. 25

26 Institution : Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 4. Repair or replace malfunctioning industrial control system equipment Part 2 INTC 1441 Principles of INTC 1343 Application of Industrial INTC 2330 Systems Troubleshooting 1. Describe select appropriate control strategies for process control 2. Determine optimum tuning settings for a control loop 3. Describe 2 different methods for calculating settings on controllers when each of them may be appropriate 4. Describe the use of decimal, binary, octal hexadecimal notations in process control 5. Install, maintain repair pneumatic controllers, RTUs relays 1. Read draw diagrams used in industrial automatic control 2. Describe how instrumentation components are combined for automatic process control 3. Describe how instrumentation can be used in control strategies in both main auxiliary systems 4. Describe installation, maintenance repair of systems such as HVAC, analyzer variable speed/frequency drives 1. Describe factors that must be considered in the troubleshooting process 2. Demonstrate frequently used techniques to analyze troubleshoot a system 3. Troubleshoot process upsets using simulation 4. Troubleshoot repair faults in frequently used plant equipment 4.7 Repair or replace switches. 4.8 Repair or replace, variable frequency drive (VFD) or variable speed drive (VSD) motor controllers. 4.9 Repair or replace DCS, PLC fieldbus process control networks Repair or replace 600-volt or less motors rotating equipment protection devices such as vibration monitoring motor control relays. 26

27 Institution : Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 4. Repair or replace malfunctioning industrial control system equipment Part 2 INTC 2370 Linking Process Systems RBTC 1301 lers INTC 2336 Distributed 1. Describe basic server configuration maintenance for OPC server systems 2. Describe protocols used in process control systems how they can be connected 3. Provide security for OPC server systems 4. Maintain reliability, health software upgrades of OPC server systems 1. Write a working PLC program using ladder logic 2. Install, test repair the program on a PLC electromechanical system 3. Install, troubleshoot, maintain repair the PLC program electromechanical system 4. Integrate finalize the PLC project in an electro-mechanical system 1. Describe the operation advantages of DCS PLC systems 2. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair controllers, transmitters RTUs 3. Program a PLC at a basic level then install troubleshoot in an electromechanical system 4. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair DCS fieldbus process control networks 4.7 Repair or replace switches. 4.8 Repair or replace, variable frequency drive (VFD) or variable speed drive (VSD) motor controllers. 4.9 Repair or replace DCS, PLC fieldbus process control networks Repair or replace 600-volt or less motors rotating equipment protection devices such as vibration monitoring motor control relays. 27

28 Institution : Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 5. Maintain, test, clean, verify, repair or replace auxiliary systems - Part 1 INTC 1312 & Safety INTC 1456 Calibration 1. Demonstrate safety, health, environmental awareness. 2. Describe career opportunities for instrument technicians 3. Use basic tools for in a safe effective manner. 4. Identify describe basic instrumentation components 5. Interpret draw basic P&ID sketches 6. Identify maintenance procedures, particularly safety, that are required for systems that an instrumentation technician will be working with 1. Describe properties attributes of frequently-used process variables. 2. Describe principles of calibration traceability to international stards 3. Describe operation of transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners 4. Configure, calibrate, install, maintain repair transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners, relays, switches alarm panels 5.1 Maintain Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems including the heater, condenser/evaporator, fans, filters thermostats that control the temperature /or humidity in a closed space Maintain lighting systems including the indoor outdoor lights, changing light bulbs, replacing fluorescent ballasts, checking breakers switches. 5.3 Maintain backup power generation systems limited to low voltage generators (less than 600 volts) powered by diesel, gasoline or natural gas powered engines. 5.4 Maintain cranes /or hoists including the electric motors, controls breakers. 5.5 Maintain instrument air compressors including the compressor drive, compressor, filters, dryers associated controls. 5.6 Maintain plant communication systems such as Supervisory And Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, hheld radios transmitting or repeater stations, intercom systems.

29 Institution : Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 5. Maintain, test, clean, verify, repair or replace auxiliary systems - Part 1 INTC 1441 Principles of INTC 1343 Application of Industrial 1. Describe select appropriate control strategies for process control 2. Determine optimum tuning settings for a control loop 3. Describe 2 different methods for calculating settings on controllers when each of them may be appropriate 4. Describe the use of decimal, binary, octal hexadecimal notations in process control 5. Install, maintain repair pneumatic controllers, RTUs relays 1. Read draw diagrams used in industrial automatic control 2. Describe how instrumentation components are combined for automatic process control 3. Describe how instrumentation can be used in control strategies in both main auxiliary systems 4. Describe installation, maintenance repair of systems such as HVAC, analyzer variable speed/frequency drives 5.1 Maintain Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems including the heater, condenser/evaporator, fans, filters thermostats that control the temperature /or humidity in a closed space. 5.2 Maintain lighting systems including the indoor outdoor lights, changing light bulbs, replacing fluorescent ballasts, checking breakers switches. 5.3 Maintain backup power generation systems limited to low voltage generators (less than 600 volts) powered by diesel, gasoline or natural gas powered engines. 5.4 Maintain cranes /or hoists including the electric motors, controls breakers. 5.5 Maintain instrument air compressors including the compressor drive, compressor, filters, dryers associated controls. 5.6 Maintain plant communication systems such as Supervisory And Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, hheld radios transmitting or repeater stations, intercom systems. 29

30 Institution : Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 5. Maintain, test, clean, verify, repair or replace auxiliary systems - Part 1 INTC 2330 Systems Troubleshooting INTC 2370 Linking Process Systems RBTC 1301 lers 1. Describe factors that must be considered in the troubleshooting process 2. Demonstrate frequently used techniques to analyze troubleshoot a system 3. Troubleshoot process upsets using simulation 4. Troubleshoot repair faults in frequently used plant equipment 1. Describe basic server configuration maintenance for OPC server systems 2. Describe protocols used in process control systems how they can be connected 3. Provide security for OPC server systems 4. Maintain reliability, health software upgrades of OPC server systems 1. Write a working PLC program using ladder logic 2. Install, test repair the program on a PLC electromechanical system 3. Install, troubleshoot, maintain repair the PLC program electromechanical system 4. Integrate finalize the PLC project in an electro-mechanical system 5.1 Maintain Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems including the heater, condenser/evaporator, fans, filters thermostats that control the temperature /or humidity in a closed space Maintain lighting systems including the indoor outdoor lights, changing light bulbs, replacing fluorescent ballasts, checking breakers switches. 5.3 Maintain backup power generation systems limited to low voltage generators (less than 600 volts) powered by diesel, gasoline or natural gas powered engines. 5.4 Maintain cranes /or hoists including the electric motors, controls breakers. 5.5 Maintain instrument air compressors including the compressor drive, compressor, filters, dryers associated controls. 5.6 Maintain plant communication systems such as Supervisory And Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, hheld radios transmitting or repeater stations, intercom systems.

31 Institution : Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 5. Maintain, test, clean, verify, repair or replace auxiliary systems - Part 1 INTC 2336 Distributed 1. Describe the operation advantages of DCS PLC systems 2. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair controllers, transmitters RTUs 3. Program a PLC at a basic level then install troubleshoot in an electromechanical system 4. Install, maintain, troubleshoot repair DCS fieldbus process control networks 5.1 Maintain Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems including the heater, condenser/evaporator, fans, filters thermostats that control the temperature /or humidity in a closed space. 5.2 Maintain lighting systems including the indoor outdoor lights, changing light bulbs, replacing fluorescent ballasts, checking breakers switches. 5.3 Maintain backup power generation systems limited to low voltage generators (less than 600 volts) powered by diesel, gasoline or natural gas powered engines. 5.4 Maintain cranes /or hoists including the electric motors, controls breakers. 5.5 Maintain instrument air compressors including the compressor drive, compressor, filters, dryers associated controls. 5.6 Maintain plant communication systems such as Supervisory And Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, hheld radios transmitting or repeater stations, intercom systems. 31

32 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 5. Maintain, test, clean, verify, repair or replace auxiliary systems - Part 2 INTC 1312 & Safety INTC 1456 Calibration 1. Demonstrate safety, health, environmental awareness. 2. Describe career opportunities for instrument technicians 3. Use basic tools for in a safe effective manner. 4. Identify describe basic instrumentation components 5. Interpret draw basic P&ID sketches 6. Identify maintenance procedures, particularly safety, that are required for systems that an instrumentation technician will be working with 1. Describe properties attributes of frequently-used process variables. 2. Describe principles of calibration traceability to international stards 3. Describe operation of transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners 4. Configure, calibrate, install, maintain repair transmitters, controllers, valves, transducers, valve positioners, relays, switches alarm panels 5.7 Maintain Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) Inverters. 5.8 Maintain cathodic protection systems. 5.9 Maintain navigation aids including lights switchgear associated with lighting systems required for navigation aids or warnings Maintain high voltage equipment including equipment that is energized with 600 volts or more. 32

33 Institution: Houston Community College System - North East Award: AAS s Engineering Technology Critical Work Function (#/Statement): 5. Maintain, test, clean, verify, repair or replace auxiliary systems - Part 2 INTC 1441 Principles of INTC 1343 Application of Industrial INTC 2330 Systems Troubleshooting 1. Describe select appropriate control strategies for process control 2. Determine optimum tuning settings for a control loop 3. Describe 2 different methods for calculating settings on controllers when each of them may be appropriate 4. Describe the use of decimal, binary, octal hexadecimal notations in process control 5. Install, maintain repair pneumatic controllers, RTUs relays 1. Read draw diagrams used in industrial automatic control 2. Describe how instrumentation components are combined for automatic process control 3. Describe how instrumentation can be used in control strategies in both main auxiliary systems 4. Describe installation, maintenance repair of systems such as HVAC, analyzer variable speed/frequency drives 1. Describe factors that must be considered in the troubleshooting process 2. Demonstrate frequently used techniques to analyze troubleshoot a system 3. Troubleshoot process upsets using simulation 4. Troubleshoot repair faults in frequently used plant equipment 5.7 Maintain Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) Inverters. 5.8 Maintain cathodic protection systems. 5.9 Maintain navigation aids including lights switchgear associated with lighting systems required for navigation aids or warnings Maintain high voltage equipment including equipment that is energized with 600 volts or more. 33

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