- Video Lectures
- Language: English
- Practical Excercises
- Total Effort: approx. 1hr
Prerequisites: You have already attended a ZEISS CALYPSO Basic Classroom Training and a ZEISS CALYPSO Advanced Classroom Training or you have already gained practical experience and would now like to deepen your knowledge.You can find further informations on our classroom training courses here.This course offers online learning content to deepen and improve the concepts covered in the ZEISS CALYPSO - Basic Trainings, - Advanced Trainings and - PCM Trainings.
• Define parameters and use them in ZEISS CALYPSO • Distinguish between the most commonly used PCM input commands and how to appropriately utilize them • Apply the looping commands if_endif and repeat_until to enhance the robustness of a program
ZEISS eLearnings give you the freedom and flexibility to expand your knowledge of measurement technology - at your own pace. To access the training you have purchased, log in to the ZEISS Metrology Portal. In the Academy Metrology area, you will find all the training courses you have booked under eLearnings. These are available for twelve months from the start. ZEISS eLearnings are interactive and can consist of video tutorials, software simulations and numerous practical excercises. At the end of the training, you will take a test and receive a certificate upon successful completion.Find out here how to access ZEISS eLearnings.
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