Network Systems Electronics Diagnosis and Repair

This course integrates the complex system operation of three of the major suppliers of communication systems with various communication operating protocols of transit vehicles alternatively fueled computerized engine management system. This course features the most intense lab activities due to the complexity of the J1587 / J1708 / J1939 reporting and sensing functions in the modern transit vehicle.

  • Prerequisite: Proficiency in #SC-EL-1600-I, #SC-EL-1600-II, #SC-EL-
    1600-III and #SC-EL-1600-IV. Technicians attending this course must have Allen Bradley / Dinex /
    Vansco protocol experience.
  • Duration: 16 hours over 2 days
  • Training Resources: Not Listed


Southern California Regional Transit Training Consortium

Transit Type


Target Audience

Supervisor or technician who needs an overview of alternatively fueld computerized engine managemnt systems diagnosis.

Learning Objectives

  • Serial data communication and operation of Computerized Engine Management systems
  • Networking systems overviews
  • Common failures
  • SAE J1939, current heavy duty data bus that uses CAN 2 architecture used in network communications.
  • High speed switching language
  • “FUZZY LOGIC” language
  • Ladder Logic language

Assessment of Learner Performance

None Listed

Delivery Method

Instructor-led Training

How to Obtain the Course

Register for the course via the following link:

Point of Contact




Restrictions for Use

Not Listed



Other notes

Availability of this course may change based on SCRTTC course schedule.

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