Students mount and configure virtual components in order to create a variety of applications. Students connect different components, change parameters and observe system responses. The combination of software and industrial equipment allows students to test and troubleshoot simulated circuits before hardware connections are made.
Students design solutions for industrial pneumaic applications with emphasis on real industrial concerns, such as power losses across components, system overheating and optimized pneumatic power.
Pneumatics 2 covers a range of advanced pneumatics topics, including timing diagrams and the logic functions AND and OR.
Order #16-3038 (Virtual):
LearnMate® E-learning Content: Pneumatics 2: Advanced
Recommended operating systems:
– Windows XP Professional x86 (32-bit) with SP3
– Windows Vista Home Premium x86 with SP2 or Windows Vista Home Premium x64 with SP2
– Windows 7 Home Premium x86 or Windows 7 Home Premium x64
Recommended Internet browsers:
– Internet Explorer 8
– Mozilla Firefox 4.0
– Note: For Internet Explorer 9, certain features may only function in Compatibility Mode.
Internet browsers that can be used but are not recommended for LearnMate 5 client computers.
– Google Chrome 12.0.742.122
– Apple Safari 5.0.2
– Speakers or headphones if Text-to-Speech is to be used together with the course.
– For hardware-based modules, you will need the required hardware, such as a robot or CNC machine.
Activity 2: The Logic Function AND
Activity 3: Implementing AND in a Pneumatic Circuit
Activity 4: The Toggle Valve
Activity 5: Using AND to Build a Fully Automatic System
Activity 6: The Logic Function OR
Activity 7: Implementing OR in a Pneumatic Circuit
Activity 8: Circuit with Two Double-Acting Cylinders
Activity 9: Sequential Cycle
Activity 10: A Delay
Activity 11: Sequential Control with a Timed Delay
Activity 12: Opposing Control Signals
Activity 13: Timing Diagrams
Activity 14: Using a Single Pilot Valve to Prevent Opposing Control Signals
Activity 15: Using A Single Pilot Valve in a Pneumatic Circuit