Troubleshooting, repair, and installation of electronics, electronics, and wiring, and computer based components. Perform complex and complex repairs, using hand tools and soldering iron.
Tested, troubleshot, and repaired electronics components using oscilloscopes, digital meters, and computers. Replaced defective parts and components, and performed troubleshooting and repairs on military equipment.
Perform mechanical, electronic and optical assembly on the board and sub-assemblies. Assist in the development of prototypes and models of test equipment.
Responsible for the installation, maintenance, and repair of electronics and electromechanical assemblies. ( soldering, de-soldering, and surface mount).
Responsible for the installation, programming, and testing of all electronics components including: soldering, oscilloscope, and spectrum analyzer.
Performed testing, soldering, and repair of circuit boards, electronics, and components. Read schematics and diagrams.
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Troubleshooting and repair of all electrical and mechanical equipment including PLC, HMI, robots, and computer. This includes but not limited to: AC/DC drives, motors, controls, PLC, VFD, inverters
Electrical wiring and PLC cabinets, and other related equipment in accordance with the National electric code, NEC, and NFPA 70E code.
PLC programming, electrical, AC/DC drives, motors, controls, production equipment, CNC machines, servo drives, variable frequency drives, VFD, hydraulics, and changeovers.
PLC, relay logic, motor control, DC power distribution, SCADA, and electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems.
I have experience with AC/DC drives, PLC programming, and electronics, and computer diagnostics, and all aspects of the following electrical systems.
PLC. Knowledge of electrical schematic, power distribution, SCADA, PLC, and instrumentation. Experience with Allen Bradley, Omron, and logic.