Robotics and Automation - Sensors and Motor Systems

Foundation for Robotics and Automation Systems
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (33 ratings)
3,507 students
Robotics and Automation - Sensors and Motor Systems
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (33 ratings)
3,507 students
How sensors work and how to use them
Temperature, Flow, Optical sensors usage and basics

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of Mathematics, and Microprocessors
Description

During this course you will learn how to specify and use temperature sensors in an embedded circuit. First, you will learn about common types of sensors and actuators found in common products such as smart phones and automobiles. Then you will get a high-level overview of analog and digital interfaces, followed by a deep dive into thermistors, RTD’s, and thermocouples. For each of these three types of thermal sensors, we define the core theory and formulae, give you examples of how commercial sensors are packaged, and explain what you need to know to purchase them on a web site.


Who this course is for:
  • Electrical Engineer Students
Course content
3 sections • 10 lectures • 1h 12m total length
  • Introduction
    02:47
  • Sensors and Motors
    06:49
  • Sensor's Types
    06:49
  • Types of Motors
    05:28
  • Interfaces Intro
    04:59
  • Intro to Temperature Sensors
    02:40
  • Thermocouples
    15:49
  • RTD's
    09:23
  • Thermistors
    11:42
  • Summary - Thermal Sensors
    05:34

Instructor
MS Electrical Engeneer
Dragan Nikolic
  • 3.5 Instructor Rating
  • 34 Reviews
  • 3,515 Students
  • 11 Courses

I have MS in Electrical Engineering and I am Project Manager. Main jobs I have engaged were Robotics and Process Authorization.

For last 10 years I was CEO of Aristeus Books Publishing company.

Results-driven, enthusiastic, and highly accomplished Project Manager with extensive data analytics experience. Adept at implementing data collecting, improving processes, reducing expenses, and increasing productivity. Dedicated to maintaining a reputation built on quality, service, and uncompromising ethics.