Expand your skill set by participating in these live web events. Learn the tools that will speed programming, exploit your creativity, and increase profit margins on every job!
March 21, 2011; 10:00 – 11:30
RTI Control System Orientation
This training will familiarize you with the entire line of control solutions from RTI. From handheld and in-wall controllers, to control processors and accessories, RTI offers control solutions to meet the unique needs of the custom installation professional. This is a can’t miss class if you are new to RTI, or simply want to get up to speed on the many exciting new and soon to be released products.
March 22, 2011 10:00 – 12:00
Level 1-Basic Programming with Integration Designer
Get familiar with RTI’s renowned Integration Designer programming software! Designed exclusively to meet the unique programming demands of the custom installation industry, this software is used to program every RTI product: Handheld controllers, In-wall controllers, and Control Processors. Level One will introduce you to the programming process to customize virtually any RTI product, including Basic GUI layout, IR control options, and basic macro options.
March 23, 2011 10:00 – 12:00
Level 2-Intermediate Programming with Integration Designer
This training will expand on the many programming features available within Integration Designer. Advanced macro design including RS232 control, relays, and basic flag applications will be covered in detail. Level 2 also features an open question and answer session to discuss your current projects!
March 24, 2011 10:00– 12:00
Level 3-Advanced Programming with Integration Designer
Become a master of Integration Designer Programming software with this course. Some of the topics discussed in this training will include 2 way programming applications, using and programming the XP-Series control processors, using multiple central processors, complex flag applications, RS-232, and advanced interface design options. We will also have an open question and answer session for any unique programming challenges you may encounter. This class requires completion of RTI Level 1 and 2 training, and presumes an intermediate level of Integration Designer competency.