Automotive - CAN-Bus Training
Tuesday, 13 December 2016 from 09:30 to 16:00 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Modern Auto Lighting Circuits
LJ Create's range of Autotronics boards are designed to provide a practical approach to theoretical learning, as well as developing technical skills for electronic system fault finding. The resource is contained within an ergonomic plastic base with a hinged cover that also provides a mechanism to tilt the trainer towards the user for ease of use.
Typical Activities Include:
- Explore CAN Bus Park, Tail, and Headlight Systems
- Investigate CAN Bus Fog Light Systems
- Explore CAN Bus Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Systems
- Explore CAN Bus Stop and Reverse Light Systems
- Perform CAN Bus Park and Tail Light System Measurements
- Perform CAN Bus Headlight System Measurements
There will be two training sessions available for the Automotive CAN-Bus Equipment on Tuesday 13th December, each lasting 3 hours each. All sessions will provide the same information.
The sessions are listed below:
Session 1 - Tuesday 13th December from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Session 2 - Tuesday 13th December from 1:00pmm to 4:00pm
Please ensure you book on to a suitable time to meet your availability.
To book your place please follow the register button and select the appropriate session.
When & Where
Have a Go Project hosted by the Inspiring Skills Excellence in Wales project
Beth yw “Rhowch Gynnig Arni”?
Bwriad menter “Rhowch Gynnig Arni” yw annog mwy o bobl ifanc yn ein hysgolion i gymryd rhan yn ein rhaglenni. Mae’n golygu trefnu digwyddiadau mewn ysgolion ac annog y disgyblion i ystyried eu dyfodol. Bydd yn gyfle i roi cynnig ar sgiliau newydd mewn gweithgareddau rhyngweithiol, llawn hwyl o bob math. Bydd y pecynnau cyfarpar yn rhoi cyfle i ddysgwyr roi cynnig ar weldio rhithiol, rheoli robot neu dractor rhithiol, adeiladu set o oleuadau traffig, a chreu cymeriad a thrac naratif hyd yn oed – i enwi dim ond rhai opsiynau.
What is “Have a Go”
The “Have a Go initiative” hopes to encourage greater engagement from young people in schools in our programmes. It involves organising events in Schools and getting them to think about their future. Trying out new skills on a range of fun and interactive activities. Have a go equipment kits will provide learners with an opportunity to try out virtual welding, operating robots, simulated tractor, building a set of traffic lights and even creating a character and voice over track - to name but a few.