BASIC TRAINING LAB - basic training concerning control systems and components of automotive sector
CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB - represent an essential aid for learning the electric and electronic control systems used in vehicles
LABORATORY FOR TRAINING IN REPAIRING TECHNIQUES IN GARAGE - carrying out tests on an actual car
The important technological development of electronics applied to automotive field in recent years has led to a large scale diffusion of systems including more and more sophisticated electronic components such as:
• electronic control of petrol engine with reduced emissions
• control of Diesel engine with very high pressure injection
• Anti-lock Braking Systems (ABS) for a better safety
• drive and stability control (ESP) for a better drivability
• electric wiring applied to vehicles’ multiplex networks for improving performance, reliability and comfort
• in-depth and Standard modeized diagnostics for an efficient servicing.
This new reality needs skilled professionals suitably trained in the sector of automotive electronics who know the basics of electronics as well as the most advanced applications.
Morover the evolution of technology and of electronic components in automotive sector requires a continuous theoretical, experimental and practical refreshment of skilled workers of this field.
BASIC TRAINING LAB - INTERACTIVE PRACTICAL LABORATORY
Objective: Basic training concerning control systems and components of automotive sector
- Computerized workstation with Set of Testing Modules
- Teaching with Interactive Multimedia Lessons
- Entering variations of circuit parameters and non destructive faults
- Specific software for automotive technologies with simulations
- Cut-away models
Modules for studying
- MCM1A/EV - AUTOMOTIVE BASIC DC-AC ELECTRICITY AND ELECTROMAGNETIC DEVICES This module enables the theoretical and experimental analysis of basic electricity in both direct current and alternating current. Furthermore this module also enables the study of electromagnetism and of its applications.
- AT04/EV - OXYGEN AND LEVEL SENSORS This module enables the theoretical and experimental analysis of oxygen and fuel level sensors used in automotive control systems.
- AT05/EV - KNOCK AND SHOCK SENSORS This module enables the theoretical and experimental analysis of shock sensors used in air-bag systems, and of the sensors for detecting the “knocking” for the electronic control of spark lead.
- AT06/EV - ELECTRONIC INJECTORS AND SOLENOID VALVES This module enables the theoretical and experimental analysis of the injectors used in electronic injection systems for cars. Furthermore it includes a fuel vapour recirculation system using a solenoid valve.
- AT14/EV - DISPLAY DEVICES This module enables the theoretical and experimental analysis of the display techniques and technology used to inform the driver of the driving parameters and of the conditions of his/her vehicle.
- AT16/EV - AUXILIARY ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS II This module provides the theoretical and experimental analysis of timing functions controlled by the driver, and implemented via electronic control.
- AT17/EV - AUXILIARY ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS III This module provides the theoretical and experimental analysis of the systems and components for the control of central lock. It also explains the electric control of electric window winders.
- AT19/EV - MULTIPLEX NETWORK This module enables to explain multiplex data transmission. It includes the necessary components for data communication: microprocessors, Control Area Network (CAN) interface and transceivers of physical line.
- AT20/EV - LAMBDA SENSORS FOR VEHICLES This module enables the theoretical and practical study of lambda sensors used to measure oxygen in exhaust gases of cars. These sensors allow to optimize petrol electronic injection thus reducing polluting emissions.
- AT21/EV - SENSORS FOR VEHICLES This module enables the theoretical and practical study of the main sensors used in engine electronic control.
- AT22/EV - ACTUATORS FOR VEHICLES This module enables the theoretical and experimental study of the actuators used for engine electronic control.
- AT23/EV - IGNITION CONTROL SYSTEMS This module enables the theoretical and experimental study of the sensors used in the main ignition techniques of air/fuel mixture.
- AT24/EV - COMPONENTS OF VEHICLE AIR CONDITIONING This module enables the theoretical and practical study of the components used in the electronic control systems of vehicle air conditioning.
- AT25/EV - AIR-BAG SYSTEM This module enables the experimental study of the functions managed by the air-bag control unit, as well as the modification of configuration.
CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB
Aim: Training dealing specifically with electric and electronic control systems of vehicles
- Trainers with actual components
- Modular trainers for studying electric systems
- Demonstration panels with actual and simulated components
- Simulators with control software
- Fault insertion unit
- Diagnostic tester
These systems represent an essential aid for learning the electric and electronic control systems used in vehicles. Although the components used to assemble this equipment cannot be referred to a certain brand or to a certain model of vehicle available in a certain Country, they reproduce functions and performance that are common to the technology used by leading car manufacturers in the world.
Electric control systems of vehicles
Petrol injection control systems
Diesel injection control systems
Braking control systems
Safety control systems
Comfort control systems
LABORATORY FOR TRAINING IN REPAIRING TECHNIQUES IN GARAGE
Aim: Carrying out tests on an actual car, using professional diagnostic instruments, measuring polluting emissions
- Training car
- Computerized diagnostic workstation
- Gas analyzers
- Detector of wheel alignment
- Petrol and Diesel engines
- Accessories for car repair garage
Equipments and Accessories