This course is the next in the series of SCRTTC electrical courses dealing with the complexity of the harness and computer functions in the modern chassis. Upon completion of this course, the student should have an understanding of the interface wiring harnesses and their relationship to electrical components on the bus.
- Prerequisite: Proficiency in #SL-EL-1600-I and SC-EL-1600-II
- Duration: 16 hours over 2 days
- Training Resources: Not Listed
ProviderSouthern California Regional Transit Training Consortium
Target AudienceSupervisor or technician who needs an overview of the operation of vehicle communication networks and diagnostic procedure.
- Introduction to Network Communication
- Basic Multiplexing, Computer Function
- Sensors and Processing
- Logic Circuits and Gates
- Output circuits and Drivers
- SAE J1587, slow speed communication on electronically managed systems
- SAE J1708, serial communications hard ware compatibility used in 6 pin Deutsch connectors
- SAE J1939, current heavy duty data bus that uses CAN 2 architecture used in the 9 pin
- Deutsch connector on the back bone network.
- On the Bus Activities-Deutsch Connector Tests, Network Engine Data
- OBD I
- Introduction to PLC
- Allen Bradley
- On the Bus Activity- Multiplex Diagnosis
- Wiring Repair
- Correct terminal extraction procedures
- Terminal identification
- Terminal replacement
- Micro-Pac, Weather-Pac
Assessment of Learner Performance
Delivery MethodInstructor-led Training
How to Obtain the Course
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Point of ContactSCRTTC
Restrictions for UseNot Listed
Availability of this course may change based on SCRTTC course schedule.