UNii – Technical basic course
After attending this course you will be able to connect and program a UNii. For optimal results we advise you to follow this course with a working UNii. In this way you will be able to follow the steps of the course and try it out on your own system. If you click on Course material in the bar above, you will see the requirements for this course.
For whom is this course intended?
This course is written for everyone who installs the UNii. It is a basic training and therefore particularly suitable for mechanics, engineers or work preparers. To start this course, the course UNii – Introduction must be completed.
The course consists of 4 lessons covering 28 topics. The course takes about 90 minutes. Many lessons are provided with a video explaining the subject. The videos can be paused in between. It is also possible to adjust the volume in the video player using the slider at the bottom left of the player:
Often the accompanying documents can be consulted in the lesson material itself.
Each lesson can be completed by pressing the corresponding button. This gives you an overview of the progress.
It is always possible to look back at a lesson. This can also be useful later if you have questions or receive questions from a client.
This course ends with a test. This allows you to test whether you have understood all the information correctly. If the results are satisfactory, you will receive a certificate online.
Content of this course:
- Lessons: 4
- Topics: 28
- Duration: 90 minutes
- Credits: 50
- Pre-education: UNii introductie (mandatory)
- Minimum score final test: 80%
- Certificate: yes, after completion of final test (required for follow-up courses)
To follow this course, we recommend using a configuration with the following components:
- UNii control panel (type is not important) including battery
- Keypad connected to the RS-485 bus of the central panel
- Laptop or PC with UNii manager installed on it
The UNii must be connected via IP directly to the PC/Laptop or on the same network.
Connect a passive detector such as a magnetic contact to at least one input. Use the supplied resistors in the following configuration: