Mechanic Industrial Electronics - Directorate General of Training

Mechanic Industrial Electronics - Directorate General of Training
Syllabus for the trade
of
Mechanic Industrial Electronics
UNDER
CRAFTSMAN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS)
Designed in 2013
By
Government of India
CENTRAL STAFF TRAINING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Directorate General of Employment & Training
Ministry of Labour & Employment (DGET)
EN – 81, SECTOR – V, SALT LAKE CITY,
Kolkata – 700 091.
List of Members of Trade Committee Meeting for the Trade of Mechanic Industrial Electronics
held at ATI – EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad-500 013.
Shri S.J. Amalan, Director, CSTARI, Kolkata
Sl.
Name & Designation
Representing Organisation
No.
Shri/Smt.
ATI-EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
1. A.K. Mishra, Director
G.V.P. College of Engineering for
2. J. Sudharani, Asst. ProfessorMedical Bio-Chemestry
Women, Madhuravada, Visakhapatnam,
Andhra Pradesh.
M/s Medisonics, Flat No. 102, Aries
3. S. Sambaiah,
Director
Plaza, Chandana Brother’s Building,
Mehedipatnam, Hyderabad-28.
Sandhya
Salwan,
Director
ATI-EPI, Dehradun.
4.
ATI-EPI, Dehradun.
5. D.K. Ojha, Dy. Director
ATI-EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
6. C. Chandrasekhar, Jt. Director
ATI-EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
7. M.S. Ekambaram, Dy. Director
ATI-EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
8. C.S. Murthy, Dy. Director
T.
Ragulan,
Dy.
Director
ATI-EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
9.
10. V. Subrahmanyam, Asst. Director ATI-EPI, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
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Remarks
Chairman
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
List of members attended the Workshop to finalize the syllabi of existing CTS into Semester
Pattern
held from 6th to 10th May’2013 at CSTARI, Kolkata.
Sl. No. Name & Designation
Organisation
Remarks
1.
R.N. Bandyopadhyaya, Director
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Chairman
2.
K. L. Kuli, Joint Director of
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
Training
3.
K. Srinivasa Rao,
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
Joint Director of Training
4.
L.K. Muhkerjee,
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
Deputy Director of Training
5.
Ashoke Rarhi,
ATI-EPI, Dehradun
Member
Deputy Director of Training
6.
N. Nath,
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
Assistant Director of Training
7.
S. Srinivasu,
ATI-EPI, Hyderabad-13
Member
Assistant Director of Training
8.
Sharanappa,
ATI-EPI, Hyderabad-13
Member
Assistant Director of Training
9.
Ramakrishne Gowda,
FTI, Bangalore
Member
Assistant Director of Training
10.
Goutam Das Modak,
RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
Assistant Director of Trg./Principal
11.
Venketesh. Ch. , Principal
Govt. ITI, Dollygunj,
Member
Andaman & Nicobar Island
12.
A.K. Ghate, Training Officer
ATI, Mumbai
Member
13.
V.B. Zumbre, Training Officer
ATI, Mumbai
Member
14.
P.M. Radhakrishna pillai,
CTI, Chennai-32
Member
Training Officer
15.
A.Jayaraman, Training officer
CTI Chennai-32,
Member
16.
S. Bandyopadhyay, Training Officer ATI, Kanpur
Member
17.
Suriya Kumari .K , Training Officer RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
18.
R.K. Bhattacharyya, Training
RVTI, Trivandrum
Member
Officer
19.
Vijay Kumar, Training Officer
ATI, Ludhiana
Member
20.
Anil Kumar, Training Officer
ATI, Ludhiana
Member
21.
Sunil M.K. Training Officer
ATI, Kolkata
Member
22.
Devender, Training Officer
ATI, Kolkata
Member
23.
R. N. Manna, Training Officer
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
24.
Mrs. S. Das, Training Officer
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
25.
Jyoti Balwani, Training Officer
RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
26.
Pragna H. Ravat, Training Officer
RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
27.
Sarbojit Neogi, Vocational
RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
Instructor
28.
Nilotpal Saha, Vocational Instructor I.T.I., Berhampore,
Member
Murshidabad, (W.B.)
29.
Vijay Kumar, Data Entry Operator
RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
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GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Name of the Trade
:
2.
NCO Code No.
:
3.
Duration
:
Mechanic Industrial Electronics
2 Years (4 Semesters having duration of six
months each)
4.
Entry Qualification :
:
5.
Unit Size (No of student)
:
6.
Space Norm :
:
80 Sq mtrs
7.
8.
Power Norms :
:
3 Kw
Trainer’s Qualification :
20
a)
b)
c)
9.
Passed 10th class examination under
10+2 system of education with
Science and Mathematics or its equivalent.
B.E./B.Tech in Electronics/Electronics &
Telecommunication /Industrial Electronics
with 2 yrs. experience in the relevant field
OR
Diploma in Electronics/Electronics &
telecommunication/Industrial Electronics
from recognized board of technical education
with three years experience in the relevant
field.
OR
NTC/NAC in the trade with three years
experience in the relevant field
Desirable qualification : Preference will be given to a candidate with CIC (Crafts Instructor
Certificate).
NOTE: At least one Instructor must have Degree/ Diploma in the relevant trade.
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Syllabus for the Trade of Mechanic Industrial Electronics
Duration : Six Months
First Semester
Semester Code: MIE: SEM I
Week
No
1
2
Trade practical
Trade theory
Engg. Drawing
Practice fixing of screws of
different sizes on wooden board.
Practice of Cutting on wooden
blocks using Tenon saw/6 inch
hand saw
Drill holes on wooden boards
using Electric/Hand Drill
Machine.
Smoothen the blunt surfaces
using suitable files
Repeat the above tasks on
Metal and Plastic sheets.
Practice the electrical safety
norms
Practice the Mock treatment of
electrical shock
Introduction to NCVT and its
certification mechanism
Semester system and its flexibility for
the Trainee and to the Institute.
EM Trade and its applicability in
industries. Expectations of the
Industry from trainees after the
completion of the Trade.
The skills to be acquired to become
part of industry.
Intro to Safety and measures to be
taken to maintain the standards of
safety of personnel working and the
equipment. Different First aid
mechanisms to rescue the effected by
electric shocks or any physical
injuries.
Basic terms such as electric charges,
Potential difference, Voltage, Current,
Resistance. Basics of AC & DC.
Terms such as +ve cycle, -ve cycle,
Frequency, Time period, RMS, Peak,
P-P, instantaneous value.
Single phase and Three phase power
, terms like Line and Phase voltage/
currents.
Insulators, conductors and
semiconductor properties
Different type of electrical cables and
What is Engineering drawing,
Importance, free hand sketching
of straight lines, rectangles,
square, circles, polygons, etc.
Introduction to NCVT and its
certification mechanism
Semester system and its
flexibility for the Trainee and to
the Institute.
EM Trade and its applicability in
industries. Expectations of the
Industry from trainees after the
completion of the Trade.
The skills to be acquired to
become part of industry.
Intro to Safety and measures to
do
Vocational Science &
calculation
Quadratic equation,
Simultaneous linear
equation in two
variables.
Fundamentals and
derived units,
Supplementary units,
of electrical
parameters.
Standards-definition,
types-primary and
secondary standards,
working standards,
Standards of length,
mass, time, current,
voltage.
do
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be taken to maintain the
standards of safety of personnel
working and the equipment.
Different First aid mechanisms
to rescue the effected by electric
shocks or any physical injuries.
Identify the Live, Neutral and
Earth on power socket.
Construct a test lamp and light a
lamp
Use a Tester to monitor AC
power.
Measure the unwanted voltage
between the neutral and Ground
and take measures to reduce it.
Connect two lamps in parallel to
the AC Source and observe
illumination.
Connect two lamps in series to
the AC Source and observe
illumination
Identify different wires and
cables.
Practice removal of insulation
without destroying the strands
on wires and cables of different
ratings
Measure the gauge using SWG
Make cable joints using
soldering gun
Desolder to separate the
soldered joints
Read and interpret the settings,
sockets on an Analog and
Digital Multi meters.
Measure and Test the voltage of
the given primary/secondary
their specifications. Different types of
Cables used in the electronic
industries.
Ohm’s law and its variables.
do
do
do
Battery /Cells: construction, types of
primary and secondary cells,
Free hand sketching of tools,
reading of simple drawings and
do Electricity:
Negative & positive
6
4
cell(s).
Charge and discharge the cell
while measuring the respective
Voltage and currents.
Measure the voltage and current
at different terminals of a
resistive circuit
Identify an electromagnet and a
permanent magnet.
Prepare a solenoid valve
Prepare an electromagnet for a
bell
Dismantle and identify different
parts of a relay
identify coil voltage and contact
current capacity.
Assemble and test the relay (any
four different relays).
Repeat the above three tasks for
an electrical connector.
Operate a Three phase
Induction Motor with three pole
EM Contactor having
1 NO +
1 NC auxiliary contacts
Identify different transformers
Measure the primary and
secondary winding resistances
for transformers of different
capacities (upto 500 VA)
Identify different sizes, shapes
of cores used in low capacity
transformers.
Measure the primary and
secondary voltage of different
transformers.
Identify primary and secondary
terminals of the centre tapped
materials used, specification of cells
and batteries. Charging process,
efficiency, shelf life, Selection of cells /
Batteries etc. Use of Hydrometer.
Types of electrolytes used in cells and
batteries.
Types and Properties of magnets and
their materials, preparation of artificial
magnets, significance of
Electromagnetism, types of cores.
Electromagnetic Relays, types,
construction, specifications.
concepts of dimensions and
dotted lines, chain lines etc.
Magnifying glass.
Working principle of a Transformer,
Transformer construction , Types of
cores used Specifications of a
transformer. Step-up , Step down and
isolation transformers with
applications. Different type of losses
in Transformers.
do
Phase angle, phase relations, active
and reactive power, power factor and
its importance in the industry.
Three phase Transformers and their
applications.
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Atomic Structure, Different
components.
polarities, structure of
Atoms, Electrons &
protons, coulomb,
unit of charge, volt,
unit of potential
difference, and
charge in motion is
current.
do
5
transformer and test it.
Measure input and output
voltages of a given isolation
transformer
Identify different terminals on the
given single phase and three
phase fractional HP AC
Induction Motor.
Connect the power and test run
Identify unmarked terminals of a
three phase induction motor,
connect to the DOL starter and
run.
Connect a DOL starter to the
given single phase motor and
control it
Connect a DOL starter to the
given three phase motor and
operate it
Identify and Test Permanent
Magnet DC motor
Identify and Test Brushless DC
motor
Identify and Test stepper motor
Identify and familiarize with
various types of fuses with their
bases.
Trip a MCB by simulating fault
conditions and Reset the MCB.
Measure the current drawn by
the motor and speed using a
TACHO.
Connect a DOL starter and run
the given AC motor
Identify the terminal connections
of the ceiling Fan(permanent
capacitor motor).
Electrical motors: AC Motor (single
phase induction motor) construction,
sub assemblies, type of winding used,
interpretation of name plate
specifications, conventional speed
control methods. Types of AC motors
and their applications.
Starting of split phase motor and three
phase AC motors.
DC Motor construction, sub
assemblies, commutators, carbon
brushes, interpretation of name plate
specifications, conventional speed
control methods and applications.
Types of DC motors and their
applications.
Overload Relay, Fuse ratings, types
of Fuses, Fuse bases, single/three
phase MCBs, single phase ELCBs.
(Download the pictures of the
above mentioned component of
different manufacturers from
Internet and show them to
Trainees)
Types of Contactors, contactor coils
and working voltages, contactor
8
do
do
6
Connect, set proper direction of
rotation and Run.
Remove the ceiling Fan motor
and test it
Remove the Fan capacitor and
test it
Identify Resistors of different
types(include NTC,PTC,W/W,
Log, Linear, preset, VDR,LDR )
values and power ratings.
Use colour code to identify the
Resistors and values.
Measure with multimeter the
Resistance, current and voltage
through series and parallel
connected resistor networks
Identify different inductors, test
and measure the values. Apply
AC and DC to RL circuit and
observe the response.
Identify, Test and measure
capacitance of various
capacitors.
Monitor RC ckt behavior by
applying different voltages and
frequencies
Measure Time constant for
different values of R and C.
Measure the V, I of a RLC series
and parallel ckts at resonant
frequencies.
Find the resonant frequency of
the given RLC ckt.
Measurement of inductance,
capacitance and resistance with
L.C.R. Bridge
contact currents, protection to
contactors and high current
applications.
KVL & KCL with applications. :
Resistor -definition, types of resistors,
their construction & specific use,
color-coding, power rating, Equivalent
Resistance of series parallel ckts.
Distribution of V & I in series parallel
ckts.
Principles of induction, inductive
reactance, Types of inductors ,
construction, specifications and
applications(energy storage concept).
Self and Mutual induction. Behaviour
of inductor at low and high
frequencies.
series and parallel combination, Q
factor, Electromagnets ,Solenoids &
relays construction & its application
Capacitance and Capacitive
Reactance, Impedance. Types of
capacitors, construction,
specifications and applications.
Dielectric constant. Significance of
Series parallel connection of
capacitors. Capacitor behavior with
AC and DC. Concept of Time constant
of a RC ckt.
Concept of Resonance and its
application in RC,RL & RLC series
and parallel ckts.
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Reading of simple drawing, free
hand sketching of simple solids
with dimensions, free hand sketch
of solids viewed perpendicularly to
their surface and axes.
Electronic Component symbols,
Series circuit, Representation of
IR voltage drops.
do Ohms law:
Current, voltage,
resistance, and
related problems,
multiple and
submultiples units,
electric power, power
dissipation in
resistance, power
formulas.
Series circuits: Total
resistance, same
current in series
circuits, IR voltage
drops, Sum of IR
drops equal to the
applied voltage,
Polarity of IR voltage
drops, Total power in
series circuits,
related exercise.
Arithmetic and
geometric
progression, sum of
n-terms, simple
calculations.
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8
Identify Si and Ge diodes
Record any ten Diode
component numbers (both Si &
Ge) from Data book with their
specifications.(If, PIV and
forward voltage drop)
Identify any five different
packaging styles of Diodes with
respective heat sinks
Response of a Diode for
different AC and DC voltages
Test the PIV and Forward
current of the given diode
Construct and test Diode as a
half wave, full-wave and Bridge
rectifier.
Connect a capacitor to the
rectifier ckt and filter the output
Observe on CRO the ripple from
rectifiers by varying load and
filter capacitance
Identify and Test Zener diode,
Varactor diode, tunnel diode.
Construct and test zener based
voltage regulator circuit and test.
Identify PNP and NPN
Transistors
Record any ten Transistors
numbers (both NPN & PNP)
from Data book with their
specifications.( β, VBE, VCB,VCE,
IC, IB, Junction Temperature,
junction capacitance, Frequency
of operation, Power Rating )
Identify any five different
packaging styles of Transistors
with respective heat sinks
Semiconductor component number
coding for different electronic
components such as Diodes, Zeners,
Transistors, FETs, MOSFETs, IGBTs.
PN Junction, Forward and Reverse
biasing of diodes, Interpretation of
diode specifications Forward current
and Reverse voltage, packing styles
of diodes. Diode Bridge Modules.
Rectifier configurations, their
efficiencies, Filter components and
their role in reducing ripple.
Working principles of Zener
diode/specifications/applications
Varactor diode /Tunnel diode/
specifications with applications.
do
do
Construction, Working of a PNP and
NPN Transistors. Purpose of E,B & C
Terminals. Flow of currents into and
out of terminals of PNP/ NPN
Transistors and their relations.
Significance of β of a Transistor.
Need for Biasing of Transistor
junctions
Interpretation of main parameters of a
Transistor.VBE, VCB,VCE, IC, IB, Junction
Temperature, junction capacitance,
Frequency of operation,
do Free hand sketches of nuts
with dimensions from samples.
Circuit s and wiring diagrams.
Parallel circuits:
Applied voltage is the
same across parallel
branches, Each
branch current, Total
current equal to the
sum of the branch
currents. Resistance
in parallel circuits,
Total power in
parallel circuits, effect
of open branch, short
10
Parallel circuits, Branch currents,
representation.
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Measure E-B, C-B & C-E
terminal resistances and infer.
Wire a circuit using a switch to
turn on a Relay via Transistor
(use Relays of different coil
voltages and Transistors of
different β )
Construct a Transistorized
amplifier and amplify a small
signal. Vary the gain by
changing the circuit components
Calculate input impedance and
output impedance of the
constructed amplifier.
Discuss a Transistor application as a
switch.
Discuss a Transistor application as an
amplifier. Define input impedance and
output impedances
Identify any five FET Transistors
and record main parameters
from the Data book
Test the given FET (at least 5
no’s) and record the
impedances.
Construct and test a FET
Amplifier
Identify SCRs of different ratings
by their number.
Test different SCRs (at least 5
no’s) for healthiness using a
Multimeter.
Construct SCR test circuit with
a small load and test.
Identify different heat sinks used
with various SCRs.
Identify and test a DIAC(at least
3 no’s) by its number.
Use an RC circuit to fire and
change the firing angle of SCR.
Construct a circuit using DIAC
Construction of FET, differentiate it
with BJT. Purpose of Gate, Drain and
source terminals and voltage/current
relations between them. Amplification
factor of FET. Impedances between
various terminals. Interpret the main
parameters of the FET. Suitability of
FET amplifiers in measuring device
applications.
Working of power electronic
components such as SCR,
TRIAC,DIAC,UJT ,MOSFET and
IGBT.
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circuit across parallel
branches, related
exercise.
Explanation of simple orthographic Temperature,
projection 3rd angle.
pressure. Newton’s
law of motion,
Types of resistors, colour coding,
applications,
tolerance representation,
momentum. Simple
problems
as trigger device to fire SCR
Identify and Test a UJT by its
number
Construct UJT based free
running oscillator and change its
frequency.
Identify and test a DIAC(at least
3 no’s) by its number
Construct a circuit using DIAC
as trigger device to fire TRIAC
for phase control application.
Identify and test a power
MOSFET (at least 3 no’s) by its
number
Identify different heat sinks used
with various power MOSFET
devices.
Construct MOSFET test circuit
with a small load and test
Identify and test a IGBT (at least
2 no’s) by its number
Construct IGBT test circuit with
a small load and test
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Dismantle an Analog multimeter
and identify components
/sections and trace path for
measurement of V, I & R.
Measure the indicator coil
voltage corresponding to
different measurements.
Assemble and test the meter
Dismantle Digital Multimeter and
Identify components
/ICs/sections and Trace circuit
path for measurement of V, I
Working principle of PMMC type
ammeter. Conversion of ammeter into
voltmeter.
Working principles and study of Block
diagrams / Schematic diagrams of
Analog multimeter, Digital Multimeter,
Digital LCR meter.
do
Series-Parallel
circuits: Finding Total
resistance for seriesparallel resistances,
Whetstones’ bridge.
Resistor types, their
colour codes and
tolerance, series and
parallel combination
of resistors, power
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(AC & DC) & R.
Measure the Signal voltage to
the display IC corresponding to
different measurements.
Assemble and test the DMM.
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12
Identify different electrical cables
of various gauges and of
different insulation strength.
Remove the insulation of
different cables and prepare for
joining
Make Solder joints of different
cables
Make Lug joints of different
Electrical cables
Identify at least 12 different type
of cables (including FRC) used
in electronic industries.
Identify at least 12 different type
of cable connectors used in
electronic industries
Solder/crimp/terminate atleast
10 connectors to the respective
cables and test for continuity as
per the marking on the
connectors.
Practice with cable ties, ferrools,
routing of cables etc.
Identify and familiarize with spst,
spdt, dpdt, tumbler, toggle,
piano type electrical switches
Identify and familiarize with
electronic pushbutton (NO, NC),
rating of resistors.
Static and dynamic
friction. Gravitational
forces. Forcedefinition, units, and
fractional, forces.
Problems on force
and frictional forces.
Classification of cables according to
gauge, core size, insulation strength,
flexibility etc
Explanation of simple orthographic
projection 3rd angle.
Moving coil meter, Moving Iron
meters, voltmeter, Ammeter, Ohm
meter.
Different electrical cables and their
specifications
13
do
do
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14
with and without indicator lamps,
with auxiliary contacts of
different sizes
Select a soldering gun and
practice soldering of different
electronic active and passive
components/digital ICs on
varieties of PCBs.
Join the broken PCB track and
test.
Desolder the soldered
component and clean the
surface of the track.
Measure logical high and low for
TTL and CMOS ICs.
Identify by the number and
Monitor the clock frequency of
different crystal ICs on CRO and
measure it.
Identify different Logic Gates
(AND, OR,NAND,NOR, X-OR,
X-NOR,NOT ICs) by the number
printed on them and draw I/O
pin-out numbers.
Verify the truth tables of all Logic
Gate ICs by connecting switches
and LEDs.
Use NAND Gates to realize an
OR operation
Use NAND Gates to realize a
NOR operation
Use NOR Gates to realize an
AND operation
Use NOR Gates to realize a
NAND operation
Different type of soldering guns, relate
temperature with wattages, types of
tips. Solder materials and their
grading. Use of wax and other
materials. Selection of a soldering gun
for specific requirement. Soldering
and Desoldering stations and their
specifications.
Explanation of simple orthographic
projection 3rd angle.
Different types of series parallel
circuits, representation of nodes,
etc.
Difference between analog and digital do
signals, Iogic levels of TTL and CMOS
Introduction to Digital Electronics,
Number systems and codes
Digital code: binary, octal , Excess 3
code, grey code, BCD code, ASCII
code and code conversions
Logic Gates and their truth tables,
propagation delay, power dissipation
and noise immunity
Logic families like TTL/CMOS and
sub families and their comparison.
Availability of logic gates in multiple
numbers in a package with examples.
Combinational logic circuits such as
AND-OR Logic, AND-OR invert Logics
Universal property of NAND and NOR
gates.
Study different IC Packages
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Voltage dividers, &
current dividers:
Series voltage
dividers, current
divider with two
parallel resistances.
Direct-current
meters: Moving coil
meter, design of
voltmeter, ammeter,
loading effect of
voltmeters, related
problems.
Complex numbers.
Simple problems
Work, power and
energy- definition,
units, and simple
problems and on
shop floor practices.
Conservation of
momentum and
energy
15
Wire and illuminate LEDs of
different sizes and observe the
current drawn.
Expose LDR different lights and
Record the variation in
resistance.
Expose Photovoltaic cell to
different lights and Record the
variation in Voltage produced.
Wire a photo Diode based circuit
and switch a lamp load.
Wire a photo Transistor based
circuit and switch a lamp load.
Identify an IRED coupled to
photo Transistor (Optocouler)
and operate a Relay by
connecting a switch to input.
IR LEDS, Photo diode for photo
transistor, its characteristics and
application, optical sensor, optocouplers, circuits with opto isolation,
characteristics of LASER diodes
16
Construct and test voltage
divider bias
Construct and Test a common
emitter Amplifier
Construct and Test common
base amplifier
Construct and Test common
collector amplifier
Construct and Test Darlington
amplifier
Construct and test Class A
amplifier.
Construct and test Class B
amplifier
Construct and test Class AB
push pull amplifier
Construct and test a single
stage CE amplifier with and
without emitter bypass capacitor.
Transistor
biasing
circuits
and do
stabilization techniques.
Voltage amplifiers- voltage gain,
loading effect. configuration of
common emitter, common base,
common collector transistor, their
definition characteristics and
application
17
Classification of amplifiers according
to frequency, mode of operation,
methods of coupling.
CE ,CB,CC amplifier circuit and their
characteristics
Alpha ,beta, voltage gain, Concept of
dB dBm
.
15
Familiarization and sketching the
details of components
Use of drawing instruments, ‘T’
square, drawing board,
construction of simple figures &
solids with dimensions, use of
different types of scales in inch &
millimeters, lettering numbers &
alphabets.
Symbols, Cells, batteries, series,
Kirchoff’s laws:
Kirchoff’s voltage&
current law, Branch
currents, node
voltages, Mesh
currents, related
problems.
Trigonometry –
identity & solve
do
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Construct an emitter follower,
RC coupled amplifier
Construct and test push pull
power amplifier
Construct and test oscillator
using a HF transistor.
Construct and test RC Phase
shift oscillator
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Construct and test astable multi
vibrator circuit
Identify and test Transistors of
different packaging styles
parallel, representation, Magnets,
Electromagnets, symbols,
and do
Distinguish between voltage
power amplifier
Types and effect of negative feedback
in amplifiers
Working of emitter follower circuit and
its advantages
different
packages
styles
of
transistors,
in-circuit
testing
of
transistor
introduction to positive feedback and
requisites of an oscillator
Network theorems:
Thevenin’s, Norton’s
theorems, conversion
of voltage and
current sources.
Moment of inertia of
simple shapes like
disc, cylinder &
sphere.
Types of multivibrators and study of
circuit diagrams
Transistor power ratings & packaging
styles, use of different heat sinks.
Study of a Linear IC Tester
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Combinational logic circuits such as
Half Adder, Full adder, Parallel Binary
adders. IC 7482 as 2-bit and four bit
full adders. Magnitude comparators.
Half adder, full adder ICs and their
applications
for
implementing
arithmetic operations
Drawing of various electrical
circuits with B.I.S. symbols of
circuits, series& parallel circuits,
power transformer instrument
transformer etc.
Alternating voltage
and current: AC
fundamentals, RMS,
Average values,
Frequency, time
period, wavelength,
related problems,
Identify and pick a suitable heat
sink for Transistors of different
packaging styles
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Test various analog electronic
components using linear IC
Tester.
Construct and Test Half Adder
circuit and verify the truth table.
Construct and Test Full adder
and verify the truth table.
Construct the Adder cum
Subtractor and verify the result
Construct and Test a 2 to 4
Decoder and test
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AC wave form, frequency,
wavelength representation,
Construct and Test a 4 to 2
Encoder and test
Construct and Test a 4 to 1
Multiplexer and test
Construct and Test a 1 to 4 DeMultiplexer and test
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22
Construct and test four bit latch
using 7475.
Identify different Flip-Flop (ICs)
by the number printed on them.
Verify the truth tables of FlipFlop ICs (D,T,RS,JK) by
connecting switches and LEDs
Identify & Wire a Master-Slave
Flip-Flop and Test the truth
table.
Familiarization with front panel
controls and display system of
Digital IC Tester
Testing of : TTL , CMOS
,Memory Peripheral ICs
Construct and test a four bit
asynchronous binary counter
using 7493.
Connect 7493 as a modulus-12
counter.
Construct and test a four bit
Synchronous binary counter
using 74163.
Construct and test synchronous
Decade counter.
Construct and test an up/down
Basic Binary Decoder and four bit
binary decoders. ICs 74LS138 and
74154
pin
details
and
functionality.BCD to Decimal decoder.
Decimal to BCD Encoder, IC 74147
details and functionality.
Need for multiplexing of data and IC
74151 AS Data selector/Multiplexer.
1 to 4 line De multiplexing. IC 74154
as a De multiplexer.
S-R Latch, Gated S-R Latch, DLatch.
Flip-Flop: Basic RS Flip Flop, edge
triggered D Flip Flop, JK Flip Flop, T
Flip Flop Clocked Flip Flop, MasterSlave flip flops and Timing diagrams
Basic flip flop applications like data
storage , data transfer and frequency
division.
Inductors, series parallel,
transformers, types, cores, types,
lamination types, representation,
Capacitance: Charge stored in
capacitors, Farad unit and
conversions, Capacitor colour
coding, Series and parallel
capacitances, Capacitive
reactance, Impedance,
Areas of rectangle,
circles, regular
polygons, calculation
of areas, volumes &
weight of simple
solids, cubes,
hexagonal prism.
Shop problems
Specifications and block diagram ,
Operation of a Analog IC Tester and
its Circuit description (in brief
Basics of Counters. Two bit and three Simple problems on stress in bars.
bit Asynchronous binary counters and Concept of share modulus, bulk
decade counters with
the timing modulus & poisson’s ratio
diagrams.
3- bit Synchronous counters and
synchronous decade counters.
BCD display, BCD to decimal
decoder. BCD to 7 segment display
circuits
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Batteries: Cells &
Batteries, Series and
parallel cells, related
exercise,
Logarithm definition,
properties, simple
problems.
Magnetism &
Magnetic units: The
synchronous decade counter
using 74190 and monitor the
output on LEDs.
Display the count value on
seven segment display using
decoder/driver ICs.
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Construct the shift register using
RS/D/JK flip flop and verify the
result
Construct and test four bit SIPO
register
Construct and test four bit PIPO
register
Construct and test two digit
Seven
segment LED / Decoder-Driver
circuits.
Construct and test of Dotmatrix
/ LCD Displays.
Construction and testing of
Binary
weighted and R-2R Ladder type
Digital-to-Analog Converters.
Familiarization with various
types
of Memory ICs
Identification of Flash Memories
of various capacities.
Test various digital ICs using
digital IC Tester.
magnetic field, flux,
flux density, Ampereturns,
Shift Register functions, Serial to
parallel and vice versa, Parallel to
parallel
and
serial
to
serial,
Bidirectional shift registers, Timing
diagram ,important applications.pin
details and functionality of universal
shift register IC 74194
Memory concepts, types of memories
RAM/ROM/EPROM/FLASH PROM
etc. and their applications.
Inductance: Inductance, mutual
inductance,
transformer,
Inductances in series and parallel,
Impedance, related problems.
Concepts of elasticity & elastic
limits, stress & strength, hooke’s
law, young modulus of elasticity,
applications in plant
Capacitor structure,
symbol, types, colour
code, Variable
capacitors,
Study of a Digital IC Tester :
Specifications & Block diagram ,
Operation and circuit description of a
Digital IC Tester
Project Work / Industrial visit (optional)
Examination
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Angular momentum
& torque simple
problems
Free hand sketching
of plan & elevation of
simple objects
hexagonal bar, sq.
bar, circular bar
tapered bar hollow
bar etc.
Syllabus for the Trade of Mechanic Industrial Electronics
Duration : Six Months
Second Semester
Semester Code: MIE: SEM II
Week Trade practical
no
1
Construct RC circuit and
measure the Time constant by
measuring voltages.
Construct and test a simple
high pass RC circuit and
observe the integrated output
for applied input.
Construct RC differentiator
circuit and convert Triangular
wave into square wave.
Construct simple diode based
shunt clipping circuits to clip
below and above reference
voltages.
2
Construction and testing of
various Op-Amp circuits like
Inverting, Non-inverting and
Summing Amplifiers,
Differentiator and Integrator
Integrator
.
Trade Theory
Engg
Drawing
Time constants of RC & RL circuits.
Diode shunt and series clipper circuits
and clamping/limiting circuits and their
applications.
RC based Differentiator and Integrator
circuits
Explanation of simple
orthographic projection 3rd
angle.
Introduction to Differential amplifier:
construction & working block diagram
of Op-Amp, importance, characteristics,
common-mode gain, advantages and
applications.
schematic diagram of 741, symbol,
Non- inverting voltage amplifier,
inverting voltage amplifier, , linear and
non-linear applications of
741,Comparator using op-amp ,other
popular op-amps
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Vocational Science &
calculation
Voltage dividers, & current
dividers:
Series voltage dividers, current
divider with two parallel
resistances.
Complex numbers. Simple
problems
do
3
4
5
6
Instrumentation Amplifier.
Construct the comparator
using OP-AMP
Construct and test mono
stable timer circuit using IC
555
Construct and test Astable
timer circuit using IC 555
Construct and test VCO (V
to F Converter) using IC 555
Construct and test 555 timer
as pulse width modulator.
Measure using CRO – DC
Voltage, AC voltage, Period
& Frequency & and observe
different wave forms
Troubleshooting CRO
Vertical Preamplifier & all
other sections (a) to (c).
Troubleshooting CRO
Vertical Preamplifier & all
other sections (d) to (f).
Familiarize and doing
measurement using Digital
storage oscilloscope
Interfacing DSO with a PC
(IEEE)
Identify and test
DIODE/SCR Power bridge
Identify and test MOSFET
Power bridge -Identify and
test IGBT. Power bridge
Connect the heat sinks to the
above power bridges
Block diagram of 555, functional
description wrt different configurations
of 555 such as monstable, astable and
vco operations for various application
Moving coil meter, Moving
Iron meters, voltmeter,
Ammeter, Ohm meter
Direct-current meters: Moving
coil meter, design of voltmeter,
ammeter, loading effect of
voltmeters, related problems.
Study of CRO :
Specifications and block diagram ,
Familiarization with front panel and
controls of a CRO.
Study of CRO circuits (a) Vertical
preamp (b) Vertical Intermediate
amplifier (c) Vertical Final amplifier
(d) Time base circuits, (e) Horizontal
Final amplifier (f) Low voltage & EHT
power supply circuits.
Study of H V circuits
Digital storage and IEEE interface of a
oscilloscope.
Trouble shooting procedure of a CRO.
Explanation of simple
orthographic projection 3rd
angle.
do
do
Work, power and energydefinition, units, and simple
problems and on shop floor
practices. Conservation of
momentum and energy
Power MOSFET, IGBT - their types,
characteristics, switching speed, power
ratings and protection
do
do
20
7
8
9
Construct and test a lamp
dimmer /fan regulator circuit
Construct a flashing lamp
circuit using a thryristor
Construct a UJT based Time
delay circuit to turn on a
lamp load with delay of 5
seconds
Control the speed of a
universal motor using a
TRIAC based circuit.
Identify different fixed +ve
and –ve voltage regulator ICs
of different current ratings (
78/79 series) alongwith i/o,
referrence pins.
Wire a fixed voltage
regulator as a variable one by
floating the reference.
Identify proper heatsinks for
different IC based voltage
regulators.
Vary the input voltage and
observe the fixed output for
the above mentioned series
Construct a dual power
supply using above regulator
ICs with current limiting and
short circuit features.
Identify different front panel
controls and connectors of
the given power supply.
Test the given power supply
and limit the output for a
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do
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Different types of series
Kirchoff’s laws: Kirchoff’s
parallel circuits, representation voltage& current law, Branch
of nodes, etc.
currents, node voltages, Mesh
currents, related problems.
Trigonometry – identity & solve
Regulated Power supply using 78XX Familiarization and sketching
series, 79XX series, Op-amp regulator, the details of components
723 regulator , (Transistorized & IC
based)
voltage
regulation,
error
correction and amplification etc.
Specifications & block diagram of
Linear power supplies.
Front panel controls and features of
various power supplies.
Different types of power switches and
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Network theorems:
Thevenin’s, Norton’s theorems,
conversion of voltage and
current sources.
do
10
11
specific voltage and current.
Open the power supply and
identify major sections and
power components with heat
sinks.
Test the semiconductor
power switches of a power
supply.
Operate a programmable
power supply and test its
features
Dismantle the given stabilizer
and find major sections/ ICs/
components.
Measure voltages at vital
points.
Identify various input and
output sockets/connectors of
the given SMPS.
Apply input and measure
outputs using a multimeter.
Test capacity of the given
SMPS.
Identify major sections/ ICs/
components of SMPS.
Measure / Monitor major test
points of SMPS.
Identify and replace the
faulty components.
Use SMPS used in TVs and
PCs for practice
Construct and test step up
type chopper circuit
Construct and test step down
heat sinks used in power supplies.
.
Manual & automatic and servo voltage
stabilizers-concept and block diagram,
o/p voltage adjustment, voltage cutoff
systems, study of different types of
relays used in stabilizers, study of
electronic circuit commonly used, buck
and boost concept
Block Diagram of Switch mode power
supplies and their working principles.
Principles of Inversion and Inverter
circuits using different techniques.
Pulse width modulation and their
applications.
do
Various types of chopper circuits stepup, step down, inverting types.
Introduction to DC-DC Converters
Use of drawing instruments,
‘T’ square, drawing board,
construction of simple figures
& solids with dimensions, use
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Moment of inertia of simple
shapes like disc, cylinder &
sphere.
do
12
13
type chopper circuit
Construct and test inverter
type chopper circuit
Construct and test IC Based
DC-DC converter for
different voltages
Identify various input and
output sockets/connectors
/indicators on the given UPS.
Make individual connections
between batteries of battery
stack and test for healthiness
of batteries on stack.
Connect battery stack to the
UPS.
Make load test to measure
backup time
Identify isolator transformer,
inverting transformer and
control transformers.
Adjust charging current
according to number of
batteries
Identify various circuit
boards and monitor voltages
at vital test points.
Identify the charging section
and set the charging current
ICs used for converting DC- DC , block
diagrams and their pin outs.
Applications of DC-DC converters
Electrical wiring for Single phase and
Three phase systems, Earthing and earth
resistance measurement, calculation of
load power and power factor of a power
source.
Review on Batteries – various types,
their selection, grouping of cells and
batteries, charging of batteries, Various
Battery charging circuits used in
Inverters and UPS , Maintenance of
Batteries
Inverter – their principle & operation,
power rating, change over period.
Installation of Inverters, Protection
circuits used in inverters– battery level,
over load, over charging etc.Various
faults and its rectification
Types of UPS. Block diagram and
working principle of different types
UPS. Specifications of a typical UPS.
Most frequently occurring faults and
their remedies.
Concept of UPS, OFF LINE and
ONLINE . Difference between Inverters
and UPS. Selection of UPS – calculation
of load power, Line interactive UPS
ON- Line UPS, their circuit description
and working- controlling circuits, Micro
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of different types of scales in
inch & millimeters, lettering
numbers & alphabets.
Symbols, Cells, batteries,
series, parallel,
representation, Magnets,
Electromagnets, symbols,
do
Batteries: Cells & Batteries,
Series and parallel cells,
related exercise,
Logarithm definition,
properties, simple problems.
do
14
15
16
according to backup.
Identify the semiconductor
power modules and measure
voltages.
Perform a load test to UPS
Identify and draw different
active, passive components
using symbols
Draw schematic diagrams
for basic analog circuits
Draw schematic diagrams
for basic Digital circuits
Draw schematic diagrams
for Microprocessor and
Microcontroller based
circuits
Identify foot prints for
different analog /digital
electronic ( lead and SMD
) components
Prepare layouts for simple
analog/digital circuits
Generation of output prints
for fabrication (topside /
bottom side / solder mask )
Identification of 2/3/4
terminal SMD components
Soldering / desoldering of
above components
Identification of PGA
packages
Soldering / Desoldering of
above PGA components
Cold/Continuity check of
controller circuits, power circuits,
charging circuits, alarm circuits,
Indicator circuits
Identify different active, passive
components using symbols
Draw schematic diagrams for basic
analog circuits
Draw schematic diagrams for basic
Digital circuits
Draw schematic diagrams for
Microprocessor and Microcontroller
based circuits.
do
Identify foot prints for different analog
/digital electronic ( lead and SMD )
components
Prepare layouts for simple
analog/digital circuits
Generation of output prints for
fabrication (topside / bottom side /
solder mask )
Drawing of various electrical
circuits with B.I.S. symbols of
circuits, series& parallel
circuits, power transformer
instrument transformer etc.
Identification of 2/3/4 terminal SMD
components
Soldering / desoldering of above
components
Identification of PGA packages
Soldering / Desoldering of above
PGA components
Cold/Continuity check of PCBs
Identification of lose /dry solders,
do
24
do
Magnetism & Magnetic units:
The magnetic field, flux, flux
density, Ampere-turns,
Angular momentum & torque
simple problems
do
17
18
19
PCBs
Identification of lose /dry
solders, broken tracks on
printed wiring assemblies.
Familiarize
with
the
Microprocessor kit, identify
different ICs on the kit.
Observe the
voltage/waveforms on
different ICs and IC pins of
the processor
Monitor the clock frequency.
Write down the address range
of different memory IC s and
peripheral ICs on the kit
Enter data to different
memory locations in RAM
Enter simple programs and
execute using assembly
language
Use assembler to assemble
the programs and load them
for execution by the
processor
Program to Blink an LED
using port pins of 8255.
Program to Control a relay
using the port pins of 8255.
Program to read the data
from memory to sequentially
ON the LEDs
Write the RAM and ROM
address ranges (internal and
external) of the given
broken tracks on prited wiring
assemblies
Intro
to
8085
Microprocessor, AC wave form, frequency,
Architecture, pin details and Bus System wavelength representation,
of the processor
Function of different ICs such as
decoders, buffers, latches etc used with
8085 processor
Alternating voltage and current:
AC fundamentals, RMS,
Average values, Frequency,
time period, wavelength,
related problems,
Interfacing to memory ICs RAM, do
PROM/EEPROM
Interfacing different peripheral ICs such
as 8255.
Instruction set covering data transfer,
logical,
Arithmetic
,
serial
communication etc.
do
Differentiate Microprocessor and
Microcontroller, Architecture of 8051
family of Microcontrollers, pin diagram
25
do
Areas of rectangle, circles,
regular polygons, calculation
20
21
Microcontroller kit.
Enter data into specific
RAM locations and observe
the volatility.
Practice different
commands to enter/edit and
execute Assembly
programs
Identify different ICs used
in the given
Microcontroller kit and test
vital signals on the ICs.
Enter simple programs,
execute and monitor the
results
Configure the port pins as
input and output and apply
inputs to activate/deactivate
LEDs
Initialize a Timer, Load a
timer , and turn on a LED
with delay.
use the timer as an event
counter to count external
pulses.
Execute a program to flash
a set of 4 LEDs connected
to port pins on the kit
Write a program to use on
board ADC and convert the
analog voltage signal into
digital value and store it
memory
problems
and various on chip resources . Types
of memory with 8051 such as Onchip,
external code memory, External RAM .
Register Banks and their use Memory
mapping of the microcontrollers, bit
addressable registers (bit memories).
Instruction set and various types of
instructions
Inductors, series parallel,
transformers, types, cores,
types, lamination types,
representation,
of areas, volumes & weight of
simple solids, cubes,
hexagonal prism. Shop
Special function registers (SFRs) and
their configuration for various
applications. Input / output ports and
their configuration.
Implementation of various Timer and
counting functions, aspects of serial
communication,
Utilization of on chip resources such
as ADC etc.
Assembly software and compilers for
8051 Microcontrollers.
8052 and its difference with 8051
do
do
26
22
Cutting, cleaning and
preparing of fibre cable for
splicing
Splicing of OFC using
splicing machine
23-24 Testing of OFC using
OTDR
Measure propagation ,
return and bending losses
etc.
Measure optical signal
power using optical power
meter
Test the optical fiber cable
using Visual Fault locator
Make optical fibre setup to
transmit and receive analog
and digital data
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26
Intro to optical fiber as a transmission
media, its advantages over other
media.
Working principle of transmitter and
receiver in fiber optic communication.
applications and advantages of fiber
optic communication.
properties of optic fiber, testing,
losses , types of fiber optic cables and
specifications
Encoding of light
Fiber optic joints, splicing, testing and
the related equipments/measuring
tools, precautions to be taken
laying of cables, safety aspects while
handling optical cables
Capacitors series and parallel Inductance: Inductance, mutual
ckts
inductance,
transformer,
Inductances in series and
parallel, Impedance, related
problems.
do
Project Work / Industrial visit (optional)
Examination
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Syllabus for the Trade of Mechanic Industrial Electronics
Duration : Six Months
Third Semester
Semester Code: MIE: SEM III
WEEK TRADE PRACTICAL
NO
1
Modulate and Demodulate
2
3
various signals using AM and
FM on the trainer kit and
observe the waveforms.
Construct and Test IC based
AM Receiver
Construct and Test IC based FM
receiver
Construct and Test IC based FM
transmitter.
Construct and Test HF
Transistor based AM circuit.
Assemble a dipole antenna and
receive sky free satellite signal.
Mesure and establish relation of
different elements of antenna
with the frequency selection.
Visit to any local cable TV
Installation and study the dish
antenna elements
Modulate and Demodulate
light source using
AM/FM/PAM /PPM/ PWM
techniques Multiplex/
Demultiplex transmit/receive
and reconstruct a signal using
fiber optic media
TRADE THEORY
ENGINEERING DRAWING
Need for Modulation ,types of
modulation. Demodulation techniques,
Introduction to AM, FM & PM SSBSC &
DSBSC
FM Generation & Detection
Radio Receivers: Types, Super heterodyne
receiver Blocks, Principle, characteristics,
advantages and disadvantages, Block
diagram of FM Receives, Pre-emphasis
and De-emphasis, AFC in FM Receivers
RF, IF &AF Amplifier Sections
Free hand sketching of plan &
elevation of simple objects
hexagonal bar, sq. bar, circular bar
tapered bar hollow bar etc.
AM/FM RF Alignment, Radio Wave
Propagation – Principle, Fading,
Fundamentals of Antennas, principles of
radiation, antenna parameters, antenna
gain, bandwidth, polarization.
different elements and types of antennas
dipole, yagi, parabolic reflector and their
testing.
Digital modulation and demodulation
techniques, sampling and quantization
Concept of multiplexing and
demultplexing of AM/FM/ PAM/ PPM
/PWM signals.
do
Simple problems on stress in
bars. Concept of share
modulus, bulk modulus &
poisson’s ratio
Capacitor structure, symbol, types,
colour code, Variable capacitors,
do
28
Vocational Science &
calculation
Capacitance: Charge stored
in capacitors, Farad unit and
conversions, Capacitor colour
coding, Series and parallel
capacitances, Capacitive
reactance, Impedance,
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5
6
Identify sensors used in process
industries such as RTDs,
Temperature ICs,
Thermocouples, proximity
switches (inductive, capacitive
and photo electric) , load cells,
strain gauge. LVDT by their
appearance
Measure temperature of a lit fire
using a Thermocouple and
record the readings referring to
data chart.
Measure temperature of a lit fire
using RTD and record the
readings referring to data chart
Detect a metal using Inductive
proximity switch and indicate
on LED. Observe the effect of
distance.
Detect a water level in a
transparent glass using
capacitive proximity switch and
indicate on LED.
Detect a transparent plastic glass
using photo electric proximity
sensor.
Measure the weight on a strain
gauge and record the output
reading
Detect direction of a movement
of a motor by connecting it to a
rotary encoder
Measure speed of a motor by
connecting it to a rotary encoder
Basics of passive and active transducers – do
Role, selection and characteristics.
Working principles of RTD,
Thermocouple, pt-100. Sensor voltage and
current formats
Resonance: Series
resonance, Parallel
resonance circuits,
Resonance frequency,
related exercise,
Inductive, capacity sensors, photo –
emission, voltaic and conductive cells and
their applications Strain gauge, load cell
and LDR – construction and working
principles. Earthing and shielding-Safety
measures
do
do
Working principles of Rotary encoder,
solenoid valves, float switches, LVDT,
Calculation of area of triangles,
polygons with the aid of
AC circuits: Power, VA, KVA,
Watts, KW, related exercise,
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7-8
and a frequency counter.
Identify on/off solenoid valve
and control the flow of water
through it by turning it on off
electrically.
Transfer water from one tub to
the other through two different
pumps based on the Hi/Low
level switches installed in both
tubs.
Monitor the position change of
an object moving through
LVDT and record the position.
PIC Family of
microcontrollers:
Write the RAM and
ROM/EPROM address ranges
(internal and external) of the
given PIC Microcontroller
kit.
Enter data into specific RAM
locations and observe the
volatility.
Practice different commands
to enter/edit and execute
Assembly programs
Identify different ICs used in
the given PIC Microcontroller
kit and test vital signals on the
ICs.
Enter simple
programs,execute and monitor
the results
Configure the port pins as
Basics of transmitters and signal
conditioning circuits.
Study of 16F/18F series of PIC Family
of Microcontrollers.
Architecture of PIC Microcontrollers
Special features of PIC like OSC
Options, Power on Reset, Power up
timer, Watch Dog timer, Brownout
Reset, Low Voltage Programming.
Memory organization of PIC (Data
meory, Flash memory and Return
Address stack )
I/O Ports and their control Registers
Parallel Slave Port mode and its
importance
Timers / Counters in different modes.
Timers as “ Ticks”, Timers for
measuring Pulse Widths and
Frequencies, Timers as PWM outputs.
Timer for Capture and Compare
operations
Watch Dog timer concept
ON CHIP peripheral resources like
30
trigonometry.
power factor,
Series RLC, Parallel RLC circuits,
Concept of shear forces,
bending moment, torsion in
shaft, simple problems.
9-12
input and output and apply
inputs to activate/deactivate
LEDs
Prepare a program , compile
and Dump the code on to the
on-chip flash memory of the
PIC development kit and test
the function.
Use embedded Cprogramming for the
following Tasks
Control an LED connected to
port pin using an input switch
connected to another port pin
Blink an LED connected to a port
pin with a delay of 500 ms.
Enable a siren using port pin
to generate variable audio
signals
Identification
of
various
indicators, connectors on the
System unit and I/O devices,
identify drives and their
capacity,
identify
various
connectors and cables inside the
cabinet. Identify connections to
rear side and front panel of the
cabinet.
Disable certain functionality by
disconnecting the concerned
cables ( like USB,SERIAL,
FDD etc as may be required in
some cases)
Replace the CMOS battery
Comparators, ADC.
PIC s Iinstruction set
I/O ports and their configuration
PIC C-Programming Basics
Basic blocks of a computer, Hardware and do
software, I/O devices, HDD,FDD,CDD,
DVD.
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identification and testing and
troubleshooting of computer
memory
Replace/Extend a memory
module
configuring and troubleshooting
display problems
power supply testing and
replacing,
upgrading BIOS using flashing.
Replace the given HDD on the
system
Replace the faulty SMPS
Boot the system from different
options
Install a Printer driver
software and take print outs
Install antivirus software and
scan the system
Explore the configuration options
in the antivirus software
Create folder and files, use of
search engines, Creation of
email accounts, sending and
receiving the mails
configuration of email clients.
Use start menu, check available
programs in computer, use
search, settings, run and options.
Creation of short cuts
Changing screen savers.
Install MS office software
Drawing pictures using paint,
using menus of paint
Windows O.S., various types of files, Symbols as per different semifolder concept, various ports in the conductor devices- LDR, VDR,
computer, saving ,copying, deleting & Thermister & their use in circuits.
retrieving files, POST Booting concept.
Diodes: Rectifier, peak
voltage, PIV, Rectifier
efficiency,
do
do
Concept of Internet, Browsers, Web sites, do
search engines, email, chatting and
messenger service. Downloading the Data
and program files etc.
do
Different types of printers and their
advantages, function and inter-connection
MS widows: Starting windows and its
operation, file management using
explorer, Display & sound properties,
screen savers, font management
,installation of program, setting and using
of control panel., application of
accessories, various IT tools and
applications, Components of desk top
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Voltage regulators, Voltage
doublers, multipliers, Clipper
circuits, related exercise.
14
15
16
17
Explore different Menu/Tool/
Format/status bars of MS word
and practice the options
Editing the text, saving the text,
changing the font and size of
text. Creation of broachers and
taking the printouts.
Practice the Mail merge options
Prepare a power point
presentation on any three known
topics with various design
features
Invoke excel sheet from MS
WORD and vice versa
Prepare
a
power
point
presentation with different
animation and visual effects.
Convert the given PDF File into
WORD File using a suitable
software.
Pneumatics:
Identify different pneumatic
and electro pneumatic
components
Construct and control a single
acting cylinder
Construct and control a double
acting cylinder
Construct and control
single/double acting cylinder
using series/ parallel circuits
Construct and perform
bidirectional control of a
cylinder
Concept of word processing,: MS word –
Menu bar, standard tool bar, page setting,
editing, formatting ,advance features i.e.
highlighting ,cut & paste, subscript &
super subscript
Diodes, Forward & Reverse bias,
Rectifiers, Input & output
waveforms, Regulator circuits,
Clipper circuits, wave forms,
Properties of triangles, simple
problem of height & distance
drawing features, mail merging , tables
and borders, printing of document etc.
do
do
Intro to pneumatic power source and
measure of compressed air, storage and
transmission of compressed air,
applications of pneumatics in the
industries
Symbols of different pneumatic and
electro pneumatic components
Various supply elements such a s
compressors, reservoir, pressure
regulating valve, service unit etc
do
do
Various input elements such as push
button valves, roller lever valves,
proximity switches, Air barriers etc
do
do
Introduction to power point
Basics of preparing slides, different
design aspects of slides, animation with
slides etc
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19
Construct and control
automatic return of a double
acting cylinder
Construct and control
oscillating motion of a double
acting cylinder
Construct and control a
latching circuit using single or
double acting cylinder
Construct and control
automatic return initiated by a
limit switch.
Throttle a cylinder to adjust
forward and return strokes.
Adjust the pressure as per the
requirements
Construct and test different
electro pneumatic control
circuits for various industrial
applications.
Identify different size of LEDs
and measure voltage drop/
current drawn.
Identify suitable LED holders
and fix them.
Identify common anode,
cathode seven segments,
Connect binary inputs through
switches and display different
numbers and characters.
Identify display decoder/ driver
IC by its number and connect to
Various pneumatic control elements,
processing elements such as directional
control valves, shuttle valves, non-return
valves, pressure control valves, Timers
and sequencers etc
Function and application of solenoid
valves
Limit switches, memory valves,
pressure dependent valves and time
dependent valves
Study different electro pneumatic
components used in the industries
Various pneumatic power components
such as single acting, double acting
cylinders and Rotary actuators such as
air motors and rotary motors etc.
Different types of seven segment
displays, decoders and driver IC s for
them. Concept of multiplexing and its
advantages.
Use of DPM ( Digital Panel Meter) with
seven segment displays to display
different voltage & current signals.
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do
do
do
do
20
21
22-24
seven segment display.
Connect a Thumb-wheel switch
and display the set number on a
Seven-segment display
Construct and test a two digit
Digitally Multiplexed display
circuit using seven segment
Display.
Identify LCD display module
and its decoder/ driver ICs.
Display a word on to a two line
LCD.
Measure the voltage/ current
flowing through a resistor and
display it on a seven segment
display module. (DPM)
Measure the voltage/ current
coming from a sensor and
display it on a seven segment
display module (DPM)
Identify solar power panels of
different capacities
Measure the voltage and
maximum load that can be
connected to the panels.
Aware of the installation of
solar panels
Identify the cables/connectors
used to interconnect a solar
panel to the indoor equipment
Measure the connection losses
Connect and test solar panel to
the inverter and run the load.
Measure the discharge current
Principles of working of LCD. Different
sizes of LCDs. Decoder/Driver ICs used
with LCDs and their pin-out diagrams.
Scrolling displays and its design.
Use of DPM ( Digital Panel Meter) with
LCD to display different voltage &
current signals
do
do
Need for renewable energy sources,
Global warming and its impact. Solar
energy as a renewable resource. Solar
energy applications.
Solar radiation fundamentals.
Solar radiation measurement using
pyrometers
Basics of photovoltaic’s and Arrays.
Materials used for solar cells.
do
do
Principles of conversion of solar light into
electricity. Types of solar cells.
Monocrystalline and poly crystalline PV
do
do
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Mount a solar panel anchor
system to an asphalt single roof
Attach a solar panel rail system
to roof anchors
Mount a solar panel to a roof
anchor system
Wire a solar panel to a solar
controller
Wire a solar controller to a
battery storage station
Connect storage batteries in a
series circuit
Connect storage batteries to a
power inverter
Wire a power inverter to an
electrical service panel
Test circuits for voltage
Calculate the voltage of all
Disassemble solar panels
Take the trainees to the nearest
solar power installation and
demonstrate various aspects to
cover skills as specified above
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26
cells.
Define Components like Solar cell,
Module, panel and Arrays.
Factors that influence the output of a PV
module.
SPV systems and the key benefits
Difference between SPV and conventional
power.
Define solar charge controller or regulator
and its role.
Safety precautions while working with
solar systems.
Project Work / Industrial visit (optional)
Examination
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Syllabus for the Trade of Mechanic Industrial Electronics
Duration : Six Months
Fourth Semester
Semester Code: MIE: SEM IV
Week
NO
1
2
Trade practical
Trade Theory
Engg
Identify and measure various sensor
signal outputs and test their
healthiness.
Connect a sensor output to a
transmitter and configure for a
specific output format ( Voltage or
current ).
Identify and wire with 2-wire, 3-wire
and 4-wire devices
Demonstration on closed loop
control system and servo
mechanism. Observe the output of
the thermocouples and RTDs at
various temperatures and plotting
the graphs.
Observe the output of various
transducers like strain gauges, load
cells, LVDT, Tacho generators, Flow
sensors, Capacitance probe, DP cell
etc.
Identifying parts of Solenoids and
different types of Industrial Control
Valves and working with them.
Connect the PID Controller to the
process plant and observe output of
Proportional, Integrator and Derivate
Controls and compare the response
Control systems
Drawing of A.F. amplifiers circuit
Control system- open loop control
with stage & with types of O/P,
system and closed loop control
p-p.
system, merits of closed loop
control system, block diagrams,
process variables and standards.
Feedback
systems
and
Transducers
Feedback systems- Transducers,
various types of transducers used
for measurement of process
variables like temperature, flow,
pressure, level and speed- their
types, functions and their working
principle.
Transistors: Biasing of transistors,
CB, CE, CC, DC & AC Load line ,
operating/ ‘Q’ point, problems.
Control Valves
do
Control valves used in industries,
their
types
and
specific
applications, construction details.
PID Control
Proportional amplifier, Integrating
and
Differentiating
amplifiers,
Instrumentation amplifiers. P,PD,PI
and PID control systems
do
37
Drawing
Vocational Science & calculation
3
Study on phase failure relay / 1
phase preventer
Study on 1 phase and 3 phase
MCBs
Study on circuit breakers
Demonstration of protective relays
and their current /voltage setting
Familiarization with ELCB and
single phase preventer
4
Disassemble, identify and rectify
faults of a Relay/contactor/Timer
and test them.
Construct a self hold contactor
circuit and run a 3-Phase Induction
Motor.
Familiarization with different types of
motor and identification of their
different parts
Identification of (unmarked)
terminals of 3 phase induction
motors
Study & connect the motor and run
(below 5hp) in star, note phase
voltage line voltage and current
Study and connect and run the
motor in Delta and note phase
current line current. Phase voltage
and line voltage.
Connect and operate an induction
motor using DOL starter in local
and remote modes.
Connect and run a 3-phase motor
5
ELECTRICAL PROTECTIVE
DEVICES
Calculation for selection of current,
wires and cables size, Fuses and
MCBs/Main switches for AC 1
phase / 3 phase motor and DC
motors
Circuit breakers – Oil circuit
breaker, Air circuit breaker,
Vacuum circuit breaker. SF6 circuit
Breakers
Over load relay – Over current &
Over voltage relay
ELCB – Single phase preventer
AC & DC Motors
Basic control components such as
switches, relays and contactors
and Timers.
Study of different layout diagrams,
wiring diagrams and schematic
diagrams.
Reading electrical motor control
circuit diagrams.
Basics of AC motor, AC motor
speed and torque equations.
Speed torque characteristics.
Types of motors: Advantages &
Disadvantages among each others.
AC motor, 1phase & 3 phase
induction motor, DC motors,
Stepper motors.
Symbols of transistors, CB, CE,
CC configurations, biasing
circuits
Power transmission by shaft, belts &
ropes
do
do
Working principles of DOL and
star-delta starters.
Working of forward , reverse and
jogging of motor.
Block diagram of an oscillator,
symbols for different wave
shapes, Sq., saw tooth, sine,
triangular etc.
Transistor amplifiers, Voltage Gain,
Current gain, power gain, decibel.
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6
using manual and automatic star
and delta starters.
Construct and operate induction
motor in forward and reverse
directions.
Sequential switching of induction
motors (conveyor belt) using relays,
contactors etc.
Construct, run, stop and jog in both
directions of an induction motor.
Identify the Battery charging circuit,
testing the charger, rectify the
battery and charger related
problems.
Test the mains sensor, overload
sensor, Displays and Indicators,
Installation of Inverters.
7
Study various components of an
UPS with the help of a schematic
diagram, fault finding and
rectification in a commercial UPS.
8
Detect surface cracking of a motor
part using eddy current tester (
NDT based) Method.
Use ultrasonic flaw detector to
detect deformities in metals.
9
Identify front panel indicators,
controls and connectors on a
welding rectifier source.
Identify front panel indicators,
Working of overload relays and
overload current adjustment
techniques.
Overload Relay adjustments and
connections in a control circuit.
Batteries & UPS Maintenance
Lead acid cell, AH rating,
calculation of discharge/back up
time, Tubular batteries, methods of
charging batteries.
Simple charger, current controlled
charger, SCR charger circuit,
charging Cycle,
Selection of
batteries.
Change over period , Over load
sensing and PWM correction,
short circuit protection.
UPS: working of an UPA, various
components of an UPS, types of
UPS,
Off-line UPS, on-line UPS and lineinteractive UPS.
Non Destructive Testing (NDT)
Intro to NDT, methods of NDT such
as Visual, X-ray, ultrasonic, eddy
current, Microwave, Magnetic
particle etc. Uses of NDE methods,
when to use NDT
Industrial welding & Heating
Welding rectifiers and their
specifications, welding rectifier and
control equipment block diagrams
39
do
do
Single stage amplifiers,
Multistage amplifiers, Class ‘A’,
Class ‘B’, Push pull,
Complimentary symmetry
circuits,
do
Oscillators, Frequency calculations,
Relaxation oscillator problems,
related exercises,
do
Concepts of lifting machine, velocity
ratio, mechanical advantage, relation
between them
controls and connectors on a
welding equipment controller.
Dismantle the controller and identify
major functional blocks and
measure voltages at vital test
points.
Assemble back the welding control
equipment.
and working principles
10
Study the AC Drive set up and its
connections
Identify different cables and
connectors used in the AC DRIVE
setup
Identify various input and output
terminals the DRIVE unit, Operator
panel and display unit.
11
Familiarization with PMU & different
terminals of Micro – Master AC
Drive
Demonstration – Access parameter
number & values
Familiarization with parameters –
Parameter values for various
function/operation
Commissioning parameter numbers
and values
12
Installation of AC Drive MM-420/440
Familiarization with:Commissioning & Quick
Commissioning (MM-4)
Reset to default value / Factory
setting values
MM Drive Programming /
Parameterization for different control
AC DRIVES
Block diagram of AC Drive –
Sources of supply – Converter /
Rectifier – DC Link – Inverter –
Motor Load. Converter bank. 1
phase & 3 phase diode rectifier (full
wave) and filters Chopper – (Fixed
voltage dc to variable voltage dc)
Inverter – 1 phase Inverter
3 phase Inverter – Switching circuit
(Sequence and Switching timing
control – PWM Technique &
Switching Devices Square wave to
Sin- wave input for motor.
Microprocessor / Microcontroller) –
VFD (Variable Frequency Drive)
VV VF Control – (3 phase induction
motor) Speed control.
ON / OFF Control – PID Control
and Applications
Installation of AC Drive / Siemens
Micro master Drive – MM-420/440
Commissioning / Quick
commissioning of MM – 420/440
Micro – Master Drive –
Programming (Parameterization)
Industrial heating equipment,
working principles, types,
specifications and applications.
40
Oscillators circuits, Multi
vibrators, UJT oscillator, FET,
MOSFET symbols, DIAC,TRIC
do
Drawing of AM&FM modulated
wave at various modulation 100
pc., 50 pc etc.
do
Digital Electronics: Binary numbers,
Binary arithmetic, Basic logic gates,
other logic gates,
13
14
operation.
ON/OFF, Forward, Reverse, Jog (R)
Jog (L) braking and speed control
Familiarization with different parts
and terminals of DC Drive
Familiarization with parameters and
operation for accessing parameter
number and values
Start up procedure demonstration
Parameterization for variation of
motor speed through POT with
Armature voltage feed back (with
internal setting)
Parameterization – Control drive
through POT with encoder feedback
(with internal setting)
Parameterization – Control the drive
speed through external speed raise
/ lower buttons
Parameterization – Operating the
drive through fixed set point
Operating the drive through Jog/inch
set point
Operating the drive through crawling
point
Familiarization with function
diagram.
Connect a DC motor to the given
DC Drive and run the motor with
default factory settings.
Control various motor parameters of
the DC Drive using the software.
Study function diagram for BICO
parameterization.
Demonstration/Practice for various
DC Drives
DC Motor fundamentals – Speed &
Torque equation – and
characteristics. Speed variation
technique of DC motor (Armature
control & Field control) –
Fundamentals of DC Drive – Open
loop DC Drive
Close Loop DC Drive. Breaking &
Reversal of DC drive.
Techno/Encoder technical data
related DC drive. Block diagram of
DC Drive. Converter bank – Gate
Trigger set circuit
Hardware description of DC Drive.
Description of 6RA70 Siemens (or
similar )master drive. Start up
procedure (Quick Commissioning)
Terminal Diagram of 6RA70 DC
Drive
Function of 6RA70. BICO
Technology. Parameterization of
DC Drive – 6RA70 – BICO
Parameterization
Study of Function Diagram with
applications
Breaking of single quadrant drive
and 4 quadrant drive – Drive faults
– faults and alarm messages
DC Drive: various parameters to be
controlled for different applications
Familiarization with function
diagram of DC drive. Bieco
parameterization technique
41
Vector – definition of scalar, and
vector, notations and representation
of vectors
Logic gates, Combinational
gates, other circuits.
do
15
16
control using BICO parameterization
Connect and run the BLDC motor.
Fault finding in the Inverter section
and control section of the BLDC
drive
control of cylinder using NRV,
continuous observation of working
of single acting / double acting
cylinders, position control of valves,
familiarization with electro
pneumatic valves, triggering of
single acting / double acting
cylinders using electro solenoid
valves
control of cylinders using electrical
push button switches, contactors
and control circuits, interfacing of
cylinder with PLC using electrical
actuators.
Identify different PLC modules and
interpret LED indicators on it
Wire various digital input and output
devices to the digital input/output
modules and record their address
Configure the hardware of PLC with
PLC Software on programming
terminal
Configure the required drivers to
establish communication with PLC
using
various
industrial
communication protocols.
Create a new project and monitor
the status of input devices.
Develop
ladder
programs
to
implement simple electrical control
circuits
Brush-less DC Motors
BLDC Motors and their drives –
construction and working, Hall
sensor, Speed control of BLDC
Motors
Industrial Electro Pneumatics
overview of electro pneumatic
components, electro pneumatic
systems
Multiple actuator circuit , different
cylinder valves, interfacing
actuators with sensors, controlling
cylinders with PLC.
Industrial Automation with PLCs
Hard wired logic & programmable
logic- comparison. Components of
a PLC - CPU, Power supply, Digital
I/O and Analog I/O .
Types of digital and analog
sensors, Encoders, and actuators,
their connection to I/O modules
42
Exercise on blue print reading/
circuit. Reading of house service
connections & small power
circuits,
Connections of ammeter,
voltmeter, KWh-meter with ISI
symbols, circuit,
do
Digital Electronics: Combined logic
gates, other digital circuits.
17
Prepare ladder program using
Binary bits
Prepare ladder program using
Timers
Prepare ladder program using
Counters
Programming PLC- Ladder Logic .
Programming bits and byte
oriented operations, Timers,
Counters and their applications.
Compare , arithmetic, data copy
instructions and their utility.
do
Addition and subtraction of vectors.
Scalar and cross product. Simple
problems
18
PLC programming for various
control applications like Stepper
motor control. bottle filling plants,
conveyor belt control, elevator
control, batch process control ( any
two applications )
Industrial control applications such
as bottle filling plant, elevator,
conveyor belt control, batch
process control etc.
stepper motor drive, sequential
switching etc,
Reading & drawing of different
stages of R/R/ free hand
sketches of trade objects
do
19
PLC programming for PID control
applications like speed control of
motor, temperature control,
Level/flow control
( any two applications)
Connect an AC Drive to PLC and
monitor and control various motor
parameters.
do
do
20
Prepare a SCADA project using a
communication channel., remote
nodes and master unit.
Configure SCADA software to
establish communication with PLC.
Monitor digital input/output devices
status on a SCADA screen.
Give set points to PLC.
Control a process by issuing
commands from SCADA
PID Module, PID Tuning.
Various Communication protocols
used in PLCs.
MODBUS, profibus, Ethernet,
control net Communication ,
REDUNTANCY, PLC application
in CNC machine.
Motor control / Motion control using
PLC and AC Drive.
PLC & AC drive applications
SCADA system and its
components,
Concept of Tags, analog/digital
Animation, supervisory control,
control of process parameters from
SCADA screens. Security features
Controlling Drives from SCADA.
do
do
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26
Operation and Maintenance of Auto
Mains Fail (AMF) panels in Diesel
Gen Set. Observe the functions of
various sensors used in AMF panel
AMF Panels
do
Auto Mains Fail (AMF) Panel, basic
working principle of AMF. Engine
safety, Various sensors used along
with the AMF
Revision
Examination
44
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TRADE: MECHANIC INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS
LIST OF TOOLS & EQUIPMENT
A. TRAINEES TOOL KIT FOR 16 TRAINEES +1 INSTRUCTOR
Sl. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Specification
Connecting screwdriver 100 mm
Neon tester 500 V.
Screw driver set (set of 5 )
Insulated combination pliers 150 mm
Insulated side cutting pliers 150 mm
Long nose pliers 150 mm
Soldering iron 25 W. 240 V.
Electrician knife
Tweezers 100mm
Digital Multimeter
Soldering Iron Change able bits 15 W
De- soldering pump
B. General Machinery Shop outfit
1
Steel rule 300mm
2
Steel measuring tape-3 m
3
Tools makers vice 100mm (clamp)
4
Tools maker vice 50mm (clamp)
5
Crimping tool (pliers)
6
Soldering Iron 10W,25W,50 W
7
Magneto spanner set
8
File flat 200mm bastard
9
File flat 200mm second cut
10
File flat 200mm smooth
11
Screw driver 150mm
12
100mm flat pliers
13
100mm round nose pliers
14
Hacksaw frame (tubular)
15
Scriber straight 150mm
17
Hammer ball pin 0.5Kg
18
Allen key set (set of 9)
19
Tubular box spanner (set of 6nos)
20
Magnifying lenses 75mm
21
Drill bit 5/16" (7.9mm)
22
Continuity tester
23
Scissors 200mm
24
Handsaw 450mm
25
Hand Drill Machine
26
First aid kit
27
Fire Extinguisher
28
Bench Vice
29
Bench Grinder
30
Dual DC regulated power supply 30-0-30 V, 2 Amps
31
Dual Tracking DC regulated power supply 30-0-30 V, 2Amp
32
DC regulated power supply 0-300 V, 500 mA,
Quantity
17 Nos.
17 Nos.
17 Nos.
17 Nos.
17 Nos.
17 Nos.
17 Nos.
17 Nos.
17 Nos.
17 Nos.
17 Nos.
17 Nos.
4 Nos
4 Nos
1 No
1 No
2 Nos
4 Nos each
2 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
4 Nos
4 Nos
4 Nos
4 Nos
2 Nos
1 Nos
2 Nos
1 No
3 Nos
2 Nos
4 Nos
1 No
1 No
2 Nos
1 No
2 Nos
3 Nos
1 No
2 Nos
1 No
1 No
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DC regulated power supply 0-24 V, 1Amp
LCR meter (Digital)
CRO single trace-20 MHz.
CRO Dual Trace 30 MHz
Pulse Generator 0.1 Hz to 100Mhz.
Signal Generator, 0-100 KHz
Battery Charger
Digital Multimeter and Analog multimeters
Function generator 0.001 Hz to100Mhz
Dimmerstat, 8 Amps
Analog Component Trainer
Op Amp trainer
Digital IC Trainer
Personal Computer System with latest configuration
Laser Printer
Digital IC Tester
Digital and Analog Bread Board Trainer
Soldering/De soldering Station
Assorted values of Resistors, capacitors and Inductors
Hot air soldering station –cum-De-soldering Station for SMD
Commercial Radio receivers portable with FM/FM.
Rheostats various values and ratings
Soldering Gun with changeable bits 25 watts
Resistance Bridge( Including P.O. Box)
Capacitance test Bridge
Inductance Bridge
SMPS TRAINER
UPS TRAINER
POWER ELECTRONICS TRAINER with at least 6 no’s of
onboard applications
LINEAR IC TRAINER with at least 6 no’s of onboard
applications
FIBRE OPTIC TRAINER
2 Nos
1 No
2 Nos
1 Nos
2 Nos
1 No
1 No
6 & 3 Nos
2 Nos
6 Nos
4 Nos
3 Nos
3 Nos
2 Nos
1 No
1 No
4 Nos
2 Nos
As reqd.
1 No
6 Nos
6 Nos
3 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
1 No
MICROPROCESSOR TRAINER KITS with 6 different
application interfaces
MICROCONTROLLER TRAINER KITS with 6 different
application interfaces
CRO Trainer
Different types of electronic and electrical cables, connectors,
sockets, terminations.
Different types of Analog electronic components, digital ICs,
power electronic components
COMMUNICATION TRAINER with atleast 4 no’s of
onboard applications
Transducer Trainer
CNC trainer
Seven segment DPM
LCD based DPM
5KVA online UPS
LAN Cards
1No
46
1No
1 No
1 No
1 No
As Required
As Required
1 No
1 No
1 No
2 No
2 No
1 No
4 Nos
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80
81
82
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84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
Motherboards (of different make)
Crimping Tools
Hard Disk (500 GB or better)
Pen Drives
External Hard disk
Computer Spares
Different types of memory cards
Blue-Ray drive and player
Industrial Electro-pneumatic trainer
Fiber optic communication trainer
PCB DESIGN SOFTWARE and PCB making materials
Low wattage solar panel based inverter
Dish antenna set
Closed loop control Trainer for temperature, flow and Level
Online UPS 1KVA or higher
AC Drive for 1HP with 3 Phase motor
DC Drive with DC Motor
Electro pneumatic trainer kits ( with components)
AMF Panel for 1KVA DGSET
Proximity sensors (Inductance type, Capacitance type)
Encoders and Decoders
Limit Switches
Thermocouple J-Type, K-Type
Load cell up to 1Kg
Temperature controller - PID Type
Rotary Encoder
PLC on Ethernet with digital I/O, analog I/O Communication
module
PLC based applications stepper motor control, bottle filling
plant, batch process reactor, pick and place arm, conveyor belt
control
PID Controller
Eddy current based NDT tester
BLDC drive with motor
DOL starter with 1 HP INDUCTION MOTOR
2 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
2 Nos
As Required
3 Nos
1 No
2 Nos
2 Nos
4 LICENSES
1 No
1 No
1No
2 Nos
1 No
1 No
1 No
1 No
4 Nos
6 Nos
4 Nos
4 Nos
1 No
2 Nos
2 sets
1 No each
1 No
1 No.
1 No.
1 No.
C.WORKSHOP FURNITURE:
Sl. No.
Name of the items
Quantity
1
Instructor’s table
1 No
2
Instructor’s chair
2 Nos
3
Metal Rack
100cm x 150cm x 45cm
Lockers with 16 drawers standard size
4 Nos
Steel Almirah
2.5 m x 1.20 m x 0.5 m
Black board/white board
4 Nos
4
5
6
2 Nos
1 No
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