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Mechatronics is an interdisciplinary field that encompasses mechanical, electrical-electronics, and software engineering fields to create intelligent machines. This week long course will show you how to build mechatronics devices using the Arduino and a few off the shelf electrical-electronic components. Experimental circuits to drive electric motors, piezo buzzer, LCDs, read temperature, voltage, and light data will be explored. An introduction to PLCs will also be provided along with a final project of building a Desktop Industrial Automation Trainer.
- August 8 – Day 1: Introduction, Driving LCDs and Audio Alarms with an Arduino
A discussion on Mechatronics, with examples, will be presented. Also, two hands-on activities that participants can do at home will illustrate the audible and visual devices that can be used in Mechatronics warning systems. The LCD and a Piezo Buzzer components will be used with an Arduino for the hands-on learning activities.
- August 9 – Day 2: Understanding Transistor Motor Drivers
Day two session will focus on driving high DC/AC current electromechanical components with low current DC driver. To illustrate this design method, participants will learn how to build a DC Motor Driver using a Power MOSFET. Power MOSFET basics including how to wire them to a dc motor will be discussed in this session.
- August 10 – Day 3: Understanding Stepper and Servo Motors
Stepper and servo motors are key electromechanical components for Motion Control products. Today, participants will explore Motion Control driver circuits by building and experimenting with basic Arduino based Stepper and Servo Motor Controllers..
- August 11 – Day 4: Introduction to PLCs
The intelligent industrial controller that is at the center of robotics and automation is the PLC (Programmable Logic Controller). In this hands-on discussion, participants will learn PLC I/O and CPU Architecture basics. The hands-on activity will illustrate how to program and test a PLC in Ladder Logic code using an input simulator.
- August 12 – Day 5: Building the Desktop Automation Trainer
In this final session, participants will learn how to build a Desktop Automation Trainer. The Arduino will be configured as a programmable input simulator to stimulate the PLC Ladder Logic code to operate a dc motor.
- Aerial surveillance – a look at the latest cameras and technologies
- Making Advanced Jitter Analysis Measurements
- Ray Optics Simulations with COMSOL Multiphysics®
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