Upcoming Courses


Jan
19
4:00 PM16:00

2016 COLLEGE OF AMX COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Programming 1

This 4-day course for programmers and technical support personnel teaches the basic techniques for programming an AMX control system. A person completing this course will be able to program a basic NetLinx control system. In order to attain ACE Programming status, you must also complete the Programming 2 classroom course, along with the associated online course prerequisites and P1 & P2 exams.

Installation 2

In this course you will learn how to take NetLinx & Enova system designs and install, including control, DVX & DGX setup & configuration, DXLink integration, ICSLan, resolution adjustments, DSP, and troubleshooting. This course for Installers focuses on the hands-on experience with AMX products, along with the various diagnostic utilities. Learn to configure devices, connect control systems, provide system security, manage remotely, transfer files, and troubleshoot. At the end of this 3 day course and completion of the associated online prerequisite courses and exams, you will be ACE Installation Expert.

Design 2

This instructor led course is intended for systems designers and consultants focused on larger multi-room AV/IT solutions using various products within the AMX product portfolio. This one-day test prep course will expose students to various design challenges ranging from the smallest of room types to large multi-building projects, and will prepare students for completion of the Design Certification Practical Exam.

SVSi Essentials & Design

Explore the possibilities of SVSi’s Networked AV solutions including designing and building a working system. This is a great class for System Engineers, Project Consultants, Technicians and more.

SVSi Configuration & Programming

Learn the ins and outs of configuring, programming and working with a true Networked based Audio/Video and Control System. Discuss system setup through to control options, while learning to program a SVSi system. Configure network switches and generate user interfaces utilizing the N-Command hardware and Panel Builder.

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