This course is divided into seven sections. Each is covered by lecture and followed by an optional half-day, hands-on lab.
We cover the following products:
- Standard PHSC
- Installation Accessories
- CTM 530
- PIM 530
- SRP 4×4
Day 1: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
8:30am: Welcome & Introduction
8:45am: Protectowire Linear Heat Detection cable –
Characteristics, function, applications
Chemical resistance charts
10:15am: CTI – Confirmed Temperature Initiation –
CTM-530 & PIM-530 Interface Modules
11:00am: Presidential Address and Factory Tour
1:00pm: FiberSystem 8000 – Fiber Optic Linear Heat Detector
*Overview and Demonstration
2:15pm: FS2000 – Control Panel / SRP4x4
3:30pm End of Session
Day 2: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
8:30am: Application Design
9:00am: Sales & Marketing
10:30am: Open book test
Optional Hands-on Lab Session*
1:00- 5:00: FS2000 modification, test, and commissioning
- CTM520 programming and testing
- Linear heat detection cable installation, splicing, and termination
- Protectowire zone troubleshooting
* Note: Hands-on portion will run until 5:00pm. Please book flights for Saturday
Dress code: Standard dress code is business casual. Typically, a polo shirt, jeans, and comfortable shoes do the job. Make sure your shoes are closed-toe, and avoid wearing shorts during the training to respect safety restrictions in the training lab.
Accommodations: 1620 Hotel, 180 Water St, Plymouth, MA, 02360.
Travel: We expect our trainees to provide their own transportation to and from the hotel. This is typically a 20-minute drive.
You will be responsible for arranging your travel to and from the airport, as well as your flight. Here are the airports we recommend flying into:
• Boston Logan International Airport (BOS): 50 min from Protectowire
• Providence T.F Green Airport (PVD): 1 hour 7 mins from Protectowire
Meals: You won’t go hungry! You’ll enjoy breakfasts, lunches, and plenty of snacks. On Monday night, we will invite all attendees to join us for a steak and seafood dinner in downtown Plymouth.
Next Available Distributor Training: October 24 – 25, 2019