M E 445: Mechatronics in Control & Product Realization
- Catalog Description:
The course will cover fundamentals of electromechanical control systems with a focus on subsystem design impacts at the system level. Students will learn how to integrate microcontrollers into products for control and/or instrumentation and learn how to create intelligent interfaces. * Motor & sensor interfaces * C programming * Control computer system architecture * Software and hardware principles for computer control The following experience would be extremely advantageous to have coming in but in not assumed: Experience designing/fabricating/debugging digital circuits and active/passive analog circuits. Experience in any function based programming language (Matlab/Python/Java/C/C++). Experience with Electrical & Mechanical CAD tools (Altium Designer etc./ Solidworks etc.).
- Credits: 3
- Prerequisites: ME/ECE 376 or physics based circuits course
- Official Course Description (pdf)
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