Educational guide 2019_20
Escola de Enxeñería Industrial
Degree in Industrial Organisation Engineering
 Subjects
  Electronic instrumentation
Subject Guide
IDENTIFYING DATA 2019_20
Subject Electronic instrumentation Code V12G340V01801
Study programme
Degree in Industrial Organisation Engineering
Descriptors Total Cr. Type Year Quadmester
6 Optional 3rd 2nd
Teaching language
Spanish
Galician
Prerequisites
Department
Coordinator
Eguizábal Gándara, Luis Eduardo
E-mail eguizaba@uvigo.es
Lecturers
Eguizábal Gándara, Luis Eduardo
Web http://faitic.uvigo.es/index.php/es/
General description The Electronic Instrumentation is part of the electronic technology, mainly analog, that occupies of the measurement of any type of physical magnitude, of the conversion of the same the electrical magnitudes and of his treatment to provide the suitable information to a system of control, the a human operator or both. The instrumentation has two big subjects of work:
- The study of the sensors and of his circuits of conditioning.
- The study of the teams of instrumentation that employ for the measure of any type of physical variable.
This matter frames inside the degree of Engineering in Industrial Organisation, that's why they will describe the most important appearances for this type titled. Between which fits to stand out:
1º) Sensors
2º) Circuits of conditioning of signal
3º) Systems of acquisition of data
4º) Systems of capture of data in plant
5º) Teams of *instrumentation
6º) Introduction to the Microcontrollers
7º) The pyramid of the automation. Control of the production and control of processes.
8º) Introduction to the Electronics of Power
This matter has a marked practical character, approaching to the futures titled the capacity of selection of the technical solution more suitable, so much for the acquisition of physical variables, like the incorporation of the same in systems of business management, to do tasks of control of processes and control of the production.
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