This classroom course will teach techniques for programming AMX control systems. In this course, you will learn how to program all the devices in a basic, single-room NetLinx control system, including Enova switchers, IR devices, relay and I/O devices (screens and lifts), and serial devices (displays). The course also includes basic touch panel design.
This classroom course is intended for systems designers and consultants focused on larger multi-room AV/IT solutions using various products within the AMX product portfolio. Students will be exposed to various design challenges ranging from the smallest of room types to large multi-building projects and will prep for completion of the Harman Certified Control Professional | Design Practical Exam (CD261).
This instructor-led course focuses on the role of the installation technician and dives further into troubleshooting skills and techniques required at today’s demanding job sites. This test prep course will expose technicians to a multitude of tools and techniques as they work through a number of hands-on scenarios involving the assembly and configuration of various system types. These exercises will expose technicians to a wide range of systems from the smallest point-to-point solution all the way up to a larger master-to-master solution. Students will engage with AMX technologies like DXLink, Massio Controlpads, DVX & DGX systems, ICSLan expansion boxes, EDID settings, and DSP settings found on the Enova DVX.