Sensor & Actuator Technology in Engine Management
This compact training system permits hands-on experimentation and demonstrations using a variety of engine-management sensors.

The system has a practical design and makes for highly realistic training. The students perform diagnostics and repair work in the area of engine management – just the way it is required on the job.
Training Concepts:
  • Investigate customer complaints, perform operation checks and establish diagnostics methods
  • Read out fault memory
  • Work safety
  • Become familiar with where components are in the vehicle
  • Determine faults and their causes with the aid of circuit diagrams and functional plans
  • Create inspection record and document results
  • Find out how data communication works between the component and the control unit
  • Recognise what the repair options are
  • Perform system measurements and tests
    • Determine the target data
    • Select appropriate measurement methods and instruments
    • Document measurement values
  • Compile measurement values, compare these to target data and evaluate
  • Measure signals to components and measure, test and evaluate systems
  • Measure, test and evaluate electrical connections
  • Design and function of pressure sensors
  • Design and function of temperature sensors
  • Design and function of air-quality sensors
  • Advantages and disadvantages of individual sensor types
  • Measurement options for recording the signals from various types of sensors in actual practice
  • Measurement prerequisites for recording signals from various types of sensors in actual practice
  • How sensors and actuators interact
  • IPO principle
  • Open-loop control processes in the motor vehicle
  • Closed-loop control processes in the motor vehicle
  • Difference between open- and closed-loop control
Product: Sensor & Actuator Technology in Engine Management
Product Code: CO3221-6N

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