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End User Training

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Learn how to master your Cellwatch system.  High quality training is the key to successful implementation and operation of a Cellwatch battery monitoring system.

Our end user training program offers hands-on experience so you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the entire system – from an overview of the components to how they are connected, communicate, and deliver data.

End User Training (1 day)

On-site End User training

Our on-site training brings Cellwatch experts to your location. On-site training is designed for Cellwatch users that manage systems with 2000 jars or more. Ensure your entire team has the skills to leverage your Cellwatch investment. Contact Technical Support for scheduling.

On-site End User Training Agenda: Download PDF

In-house End User Training (NDSL, Raleigh, NC)

For Cellwatch installations monitored by individuals or smaller support groups, we host an in-house training by request at our Raleigh, NC headquarters. If you would like to learn how to manage your Cellwatch system, contact Technical Support for availability.

In-house End User Training Agenda: Download PDF
End User Training Primer: Download PDF

In-house End User Training Schedule:

Raleigh, NC

  • April 27, 2017
  • August 10, 2017
  • November 9, 2017

Some of the topics covered include:

  • Learn about the components that are connected to your batteries
  • How to access and navigate the Cellwatch software
  • Perform ohmic value and voltage scans
  • Practice setting alarm limits
  • Data Analysis:
    • Identifying key signs there is a failure
    • Reviewing your History data
    • Understanding your Discharge data
  • Troubleshooting techniques
  • Maintenance guidelines

After this training you will understand how Cellwatch operates, how to manage your batteries, and how to interpret your valuable Cellwatch data to prevent unplanned downtime.  Contact Technical Support for scheduling and details.

 

 

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