What have you not known until now, which will
advance your operation?
Do you know how to properly test a flowmeter? How does a wideband lambda sensor function and what can be measured on it?
Why is this important?
The number of sensors and actuators in vehicles has been increasing on a daily basis in the course of the recent twenty years, thus their number in today’s vehicles can be expressed in hundreds. Acquaintance with the principle and physical manner of operation of these components constitutes the basis of diagnostics.
What is the training
The training has been conceived so as to offer practical knowledge to both beginners and also the more experienced servicers, required for successful diagnostics and troubleshooting of electronic systems as well as of systems depending on other electrical and electronic elements. This is the basis of any serious troubleshooting and diagnostics, regardless of which systems servicers are in charge of or specialized for.
How will you become better in your work
after these training sessions?
Following completed training, attendants will be able to recognize all kinds of sensors in vehicles, understand their physical principle of operation and they will know how to perform measurements and diagnostics, using different diagnostic procedures and measurements.
- Operating principle, construction, signals, measurement and diagnostics;
- Temperature sensors – NTC and PTC sensors;
- Number of revolutions sensor;
- Magnetic inductive sensors;
- Magnetic resistance sensors;
- Hall sensors;
- Shift sensors;
- Pressure sensors;
- Sensors with LED and PHOTO diodes;
- Steering wheel angle sensor;
- Reed contacts;
- Multiplex switches;
- Gas pedal position sensor;
- Rain sensor;
- O2 sensors (Lambda sensor) narrowband, wideband.
- Measurement and evaluation of sensor and actuator signals;
- Sensor and actuator testing using different measuring devices.