Practical Embedded Controllers: Troubleshooting and Design - Classroom workshop
From microwave ovens to alarm systems to industrial PLC and DCS control systems, embedded controllers are controlling our world. The microcontrollers that are at the heart of these and many more devices are becoming easier and simpler to use. But when these devices fail the solution to the problem needs to be found and the repairs have to be done quickly.
The workshop will help the technician, engineer and even the most casual user understand the inter-workings of microcontrollers along with the most common problems and their solutions.
Embedded controllers are used in most electronic equipment today. Embedded controllers are intelligent electronic devices used to control and monitor devices connected to the real world. This can be a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), Distributed Control System (DCS) or a Smart Sensor. These devices are used in almost every walk of life today. Most automobiles, factories and even kitchen appliances have embedded controllers in them.
This workshop covers all aspects of embedded controllers but focussing specifically on troubleshooting and design. The workshop covers design, specification, programming, installation, configuration and of course troubleshooting.
This hands-on workshop gives both the novice and experienced user a solid grasp of the basic principles enabling you to go away and apply the material learnt immediately to your application.
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