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WEEK. NO. 18, 19 & 20

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :-Execute the operation of different sensors, identify, wire & test various transducers of IOT Applications (Mapped NOS: ELE/N9409)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 60 Hrs.; Professional Knowledge 15 Hrs.(for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Basics of passive and active transducers.
    • Role, selection and characteristics.
    • Sensor voltage and current formats.
    • Thermistors/ Thermocouples – Basic principle, salient features, operating range, composition, advantages and disadvantages.
    • Strain gauges/ Load cell – principle, gauge factor, types of strain gauges.
    • Inductive/ capacitive transducers – Principle of operation, advantages and disadvantages.
    • Principle of operation of LVDT, advantages and disadvantages.
    • Proximity sensors – applications, working principles of eddy current, capacitive and inductive proximity sensors.
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • Sensors, Transducers used in IoT Applications
  • 189. Identify sensors used in process industries such as RTDs, Temperature ICs, Thermocouples, proximity switches (inductive, capacitive and photo electric), load cells, strain gauge. LVDT PT 100 (platinum resistance sensor), water level sensor, thermostat float switch, float valve by their appearance. (15 Hrs.)
  • 190. Measure temperature of a lit fire using a Thermocouple and record the readings referring to data chart. (10 Hrs.)
  • 191. Measure temperature of a lit fire using RTD and record the readings referring to data. (10 Hrs.)
  • 192. Measure the DC voltage of a LVDT. (10 Hrs.)
  • 193. Detect different objectives using capacitive, inductive and photoelectric proximity sensors. (15 Hrs.)

WEEK. NO. 21 

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :-Identify different IoT Applications with IoT architecture. (Mapped NOS: ELE/N3102)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 14 Hrs.; Professional Knowledge 06 Hrs.(for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Introduction to Internet of Things applications  environment, smart street light and smart water & waste management.
    • What is an IOT? What makes embedded system an IOT?
    • Role and scope of IOT in present and future marketplace.
    • Smart objects, Wired – Cables, hubs etc. Wireless – RFID, WiFi, Bluetooth etc.
    • Different functional building blocks of IOT architecture.
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • 194. Connect and test microcontroller to computer and execute sample programs. (04hrs.)
  • 195. Upload computer code to the physical board (Microcontroller) to blink a simple LED. (02hrs.)
  • 196. Write and upload computer code to the physical Micro controller to sound buzzer. (02hrs.)
  • 197. Circuit and program to Interface light sensor – LDR with Microcontroller to switch ON/OFF LED based on light intensity. (03hrs.)
  • 198. Set up & test circuit to interface potentiometer with Microcontroller and map to digital values for e.g. 0-1023. (03hrs.)

WEEK. NO. 22  &  23

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :-Plan and carry out the selection of a project, assemble the project and evaluate performance for a domestic/ commercial applications. (Mapped NOS: ELE/N9802)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 90 Hrs.; Professional Knowledge 18 Hrs.(for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Discussion on the identified projects with respect to data of the concerned ICs.
    • Components used in the project.
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • Analog IC Applications
    Make simple projects/ Applications using ICs 741, 723, 555, 7106, 7107
    Sample projects:
  •  Laptop protector
  •  Mobile cell phone charger
  •  Battery monitor
  •  Metal detector
  •  Mains detector
  •  Lead acid battery charger
  •  Smoke detector
  •  Solar charger
  •  Emergency light
  •  Water level controller
  •  Door watcher
    (Instructor will pick up any five of the projects for implementation) (45 Hrs.)

WEEK. NO. 24  &  25 

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :-Plan and carry out the selection of a project, assemble the project and evaluate performance for a domestic/ commercial applications. (Mapped NOS: ELE/N9802)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 90 Hrs.; Professional Knowledge 18 Hrs.(for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Regulated Power supply using 78XX series, 79XX series.
    • Op-amp regulator, 723 regulator, (Transistorized & IC based).
    • Voltage regulation, error correction and amplification etc.
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • Digital IC Applications
    Make simple projects/Applications using various digital ICs (digital display, event counter, stepper motor driver etc)
  •  Duty cycle selector
  •  Frequency Multiplier
  •  Digital Mains Resumption Alarm
  •  Digital Lucky Random number generator
  •  Dancing LEDs
  •  Count down timer
  •  Clap switch
  •  Stepper motor control
  •  Digital clock
  •  Event counter
  •  Remote jammer
    (Instructor will pick up any five of the projects for implementation) (45 Hrs.)

WEEK. NO. 26 

  1. Reference Learning Outcome :-Prepare fibre optic setup and execute transmission and reception. (Mapped NOS: ELE/N5902)
  2. Duration :- Professional Skill 15 Hrs.; Professional Knowledge  05 Hrs.(for above learning out come)
TRADE THEORY (Professional Knowledge ) :- 
    • Introduction to optical fiber, optical connection and various types optical amplifier, its advantages, properties of optic fiber, testing, losses, types of fiber optic cables and specifications.
    • Encoding of light.
    • Fiber optic joints, splicing, testing and the related equipment/ measuring tools.
    • Precautions and safety aspects while handling optical cables.
TRADE PRACTICAL (Professional Skills  With Indicative Hours) :- Job no. & Name of the Practical
  • Fiber optic communication
  • 199. Identify the resources and their need on the given fiber optic trainer kit. (02 Hrs.)
  • 200. Make optical fiber setup to transmit and receive analog and digital data. (02 Hrs.)
  • 201. Set up the OFC trainer kit to study AM, FM, PWM modulation and demodulation. (02 Hrs.)
  • 202. Perform FM modulation and demodulation using OFC trainer kit using audio signal and voice link. (03 Hrs.)
  • 203. Perform PWM modulation and demodulation using OFC trainer kit using audio signal and voice link. (03 Hrs.)
  • 204. Perform PPM modulation and demodulation using OFC trainer kit using audio signal and voice link. (03 Hrs.)
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