The training course Field Electronics and Sensors has been developed by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology.
It will run on 11 February 2020 (Beginner) and 12 February 2020 (Advanced) . You can attend either or both courses.
The Early Bird rate ends on 15 October 2019!
The one-day BEGINNER course will give you an introduction to electronics as applied to environmental sensors in the field. It includes theoretical background knowledge essential to making the correct decisions in the field. You will practice the use and understand the function of various electric components by carrying out several practical exercises on circuit prototyping breadboards. The course will help you understand and apply the electronics principles needed to successfully install, troubleshoot and repair equipment in the field.
The one-day ADVANCED course will build on the Beginners course. We expect you to have all the knowledge and skills described in the Beginner course. You will learn about data logging systems, sensors, communication protocols and remote data downloading. Learners will practice their knowledge and improve their skills in designing, testing and installing an environmental monitoring station.
For more information and sign-up, please see here
Deadline: October 15, 2019