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Electric Diagnosis of Sensors and Actuators

Course Purposes

The ability for technicians to efficiently diagnose sensors and electrical faults in the modern vehicle is greatly enhanced by a thorough understanding of electrical and electronic fundamentals. The number of components used today is continuously increasing, with dozens of sensors integrated into the various vehicle control systems. You will understand, test and diagnose components applied to modern vehicle systems.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the participant will be able to :
  •   Define the function of a sensor and an actuator
  •   List the different physical principles used for sensors and actuators
  •   Explain in simple terms the criteria for choosing the sensors and actuators adapted to their purposes
  •   Identify the main sensors and actuators present on a vehicle
  •   Implement inspections of the different sensors following the information found in the technical documentation
  •   List the different types of actuator command 
  •   Implement inspections of the different actuators

Course Contents

  •   Sensors and actuators in general
  •   Physical principles used
  •   Sensors
  •   Actuators
  •   SENSORS IN GENERAL
  •   what do we call a "sensor"
  •   Output signal
  •   Form of the signal
  •   Ratio metric signal
  •   Wheatstone bridge
  •   Wheatstone bridge principles
  •   Bridge voltage divider
  •   Sensor diagnostic
  •   What do we call an "actuator"?
  •   Command by duty cycle
  •   Power supply by duty cycle
  •   Command when opening and closing
  •   Actuator diagnostic
  •   Different degrees of complexity
  •   Choice of sensors and actuators
  •   Electromagnetic principle
  •   Inductive principle
  •   Self-induction principle (or "Self-induction effect")
  •   Thermistor principle
  •   Hall effect principle
  •   Magneto resistance principle
  •   Piezoresistive principle
  •   Electrochemical principle of the lambda probe in two positions
  •   Nernst principle
  •   Piezoelectric principle
  •   Opt electric principle
  •  Capacitive principle
  •   Temperature sensors
  •   Pressure sensors
  •   Speed sensors
  •   Oxygen content sensors
  •   Air mass sensors
  •   Vibration sensor
  •   Cooling liquid level sensor
  •  Direct current motors
  •   Torque motors
  •   Step by step motors
  •   Electro valves
  •   Injection nozzle

Course Recipients

  This course is suited for
 
  • design engineers in the Automotive industry

Duration

3 Days

Methodology of teaching

Classroom lectures & Videos

Certificates

Core Certificate

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