MS32Modelling and simulation of a mechatronic lighting system

Level: Advanced/Specialized

Senior technicians or engineers wishing to modelize a Mechatronic lighting systems


MSc degree or equivalent, BSc with 4 years professional experience (preferably in relevant scientific fields)

Language of the training: English
Maximum capacity: 20
Price: 1720 € HT -
Duration: 3,5 days
In partnership with
  • Being able to modelize a mechatronic  lighting system
  • Being able to  program and to validate a mechatronic  lighting system by simulation and on a real test bench
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Modelling and simulation of a mechatronic lighting system
Addressed topics

Actuating chain components

Power electronic converters and Low power electric actuators

Classical control loops

How to implement a mechatronic actuating system

The program

Electronic control modules

  • For lighting: Discharging ballast lamp, LEDs driver
  • For an actuator

Low power electric actuators

  • Rotational and linear actuators
  • DC motor
  • Stepping motor
  • Future technologies (piezoelectric motors, varioptic ….)

Sensors used for lighting systems

  • Vision sensors (photosensitive cells, camera,…..) and informations issued from image processing
  • Mechanical sensors (accelerometer, tachymeter, gyrometer, inertial unit, displacement sensor, deformation sensor)

Control of systems

  • Architecture of control : OL,CL, continuous, sequential
  • PID Controllers : tool of empirical investigation

Mechatronics modelling of a lighting system

Implementation, test and validation of mechatronic lighting system


Methodology and assessment

Courses and tutorials

Lab work

Next session: date to be defined

  • November 07, 2016 to November 10, 2016 MS32 | Modelling and simulation of a mechatronic lighting system Montigny-le-Bretonneux
Pedagogical manager(s):
  • Rabia Sehab -

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