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Central Community College

Mechatronics I

Description
A study of Mechatronics systems. The Student will become familiar with various system components and their function in Industrial Machines. The student will gain an understanding of circuit design, installation, maintenance and repair principles including troubleshooting and schematic interpretation.

Goals
1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . Provide a basic knowledge of Mechatroinc Systems. Provide a basic knowledge of schematic design and interpretation. Install, maintain and repair Mechatronic Systems. Troubleshoot Mechatronic Systems.

Textbooks
1. Festo. Mechatronics. Publisher: Festo. Required 2. Allen Stenzel. Mechatronics I Lab Book. Publisher: Central Community College. Required

Competencies, Learning Objectives, and Performance Standards Unit I.---Documentation of a Automated System.
1. Demonstrate Project Planning Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. b. c. Discuss Project Phases. Create a Gantt Chart Create a Network Analysis.

2.

Develop an Analysis of Material Flow.

Implement Faultfinding. b. Construct a Maintenance Schedule. f. c. Create the Planning of Automated Sequences. Perform a Test on all Program Functions and Operating Modes. Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. Discuss the Planning of the Automation Sequence. Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. Define Material Flow. Conduct a Test on the Fine Adjustment of the Pneumatic/Mechanical Drives. Create an Analysis of Material Flow. Unit II. Conduct a Test on the PLC Outputs. Develop an Automated Systems Planning Concept. Implement the Commissioning Phase. Perform a Loading of the Program. 1. d. Differentiate between Types of Material Flow.Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. b. c. c. Conduct a Check on the Electrical Connections between the Sensors and the PLC. Conduct a Test on the Emergency Stop Function. Learning objectives . 3. Create an Inspection Sheet. 2. e. Create a Repairs List. b. Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. Discuss the Development of the Control Concept. b. Create a Service Sheet. c. 3.---Commissioning of Automated Systems.

Build Pneumatic Diagrams/Schematics for the Industrial Machines.---Constructing an Automated Systems. b. Build Sequence of Descriptions for the Industrial Machines. b. Build Electrical Diagrams/Schematics for the Industrial Machines. Program Programmable Logic Controller(s) (PLC). c. Build Machines to Perform Desired Task. Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. . Install Programmable Logic Controller(s) (PLC). Adjust Mechanical Components on the Industrial Machines. 1. Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. b. 2. Create Fault Documentation. c. d. Conduct Faultfinding Practices. Create User Guides for the Industrial Machines. Define Systematic Faultfinding. c. Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. Unit III. b. Troubleshoot Mechatronic System. 3. d. c.What you will learn as you master the competency: a. Adjust Pneumatic Components on the Industrial Machines. Define Systematic Repairs. Adjust Electrical Components on the Industrial Machines. d.

Read Chapter 3.Sequence Description _____7.Machine Startup Sequence _____8. _____4.Material Flow _____3. Submit all assignments to your Instructor . Read Chapter 2.Planning of Automated Systems _____5. Complete Lab 1.Function Chart _____6.Analysing Material Flow (Fundamental-Material Flow) from the Mechatonics Assistant Software. Read Chapter 1 Project Planning. Complete Lab 3 . Read the Section . _____2.LP1 Overview Learning Activities _____1. Complete Lab 2 .

Complete Unit I Test . Complete Lab 5 . Read Chapter 4 .Electrical Diagrams and Schematics. Complete Lab 4 .Pneumatic Diagrams and Schematics.LP2 Overview Learning Activities _____1.Commisioning of Complex Automated Systems. _____5. _____3. Submit all assignments to your Instructor. _____2. _____4.

_____6. _____7.LP3 Overview Learning Activities _____1. _____8. _____9.Troubleshooting 3. Read Chapter 5 .Maintenance _____2. _____4.Troubleshooting 1. Complete Lab 8 .Troubleshooting 2. Submit all assignments to your Instructor.Faultfinding. Complete Unit 2 Test. . _____3. _____5. Complete Lab 10 . Complete Lab 7 . Complete Lab 9 .Setup Multiple Application Industrial Machines. Read Chapter 6 .

Sorting Stations and Buffer Assembly Pneumatic. The information contained in this product was created by a grantee organization and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U. Complete Lab 11 .Commission Distribution Station. products. Complete Lab 15 .Commission Testing Station. _____5. _____2.Commission Sorting Station. or resources are offered for informational purposes and should not be construed as an endorsement by the Department of Labor. Complete Lab 13 . This product is copyrighted by the institution that created it and is intended for individual organizational.S.Commission Buffer Assembly Pneumatic.LP4 Overview Learning Activities _____1. _____6. This product was funded by a grant awarded under the President’s High Growth Job Training Initiative as implemented by the U. Department of Labor’s Employment & Training Administration. Complete Lab 14 . their services. . _____4. Complete Final Test (Lab 16) . non-commercial use only.Commission Distribution. All references to non-governmental companies or organizations. _____3. Complete Lab 12 . Department of Labor.Commission Distribution. Testing and Sorting Stations.S. Testing.