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This first part of the practical requires you to download and install the Arduino IDE software.

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Guidelines for Students

How is this unit assessed?

After completion of this assessment, you will be given a result of ‘Achieved’ or ‘To be Achieved’. The assessor will give you feedback via Moodle and you will have an opportunity to submit additional evidence if you have received a ‘To be Achieved’ result.

You will be allowed one (1) opportunity to resubmit the same assessment task, if required. 

Once all assessment tasks for this unit have been completed, you will be given a final unit result of ‘Competent’ or ‘Not Yet Competent’. If you are deemed ‘Not Yet Competent’ in a unit after all resubmission attempts, you will be required to re-sit the unit. 

How is this assessment task assessed?

For a result of ‘Achieved’ in this assessment, all unit elements must be completed to a satisfactory standard. 

At Advanced Diploma level a ‘satisfactory’ standard, as stipulated by the Australian Qualifications Framework, means that you will demonstrate the application of knowledge and skills:

with depth in areas of specialisation, in contexts subject to change

with initiative and judgment in planning, design, technical or management functions with some direction

to adapt a range of fundamental principles and complex techniques to known and unknown situations

across a broad range of technical or management functions with accountability for personal outputs

personal and team outcomes within broad parameters

Assessors also make decisions based on the following considerations:

all parts of this assessment have been completed to a standard that satisfactorily meets the requirements set out in the assessment criteria (as per the unit outline).

the assessment evidence provided is the student’s own work, except as appropriately acknowledged by the use of referencing. 

the evidence is recent and the student’s knowledge is up-to-date.

Assessment Instructions:

1. You must answer ALL questions.

2. Please ensure you complete your answers in a blue font (not red or black). 

3. The best marks can be earned by giving concise, brief answers that address the questions.

4. You must reference all content used from other sources including course materials, slides, diagrams, etc. Do not directly copy and paste from course materials or any other resources. 

Refer to the referencing section of the EIT eLibrary on Moodle for referencing guides. 

5. Use this document for completing your answers by typing the answers after each question without deleting the question. Make sure that you preserve the original question number format.

6. Do not add extra pictures, etc. as annexures; instead, paste them directly into this answer sheet. Hand-drawn sketches can be inserted after scanning but please ensure that the file size does not become big (more than 10 MB). You must refer to all diagrams and pictures, etc. that you have drawn or pasted in.

7. When saving your document (must be Word format), ensure you include your name in the title: COURSECODE_MODULE#_ASSESSMENTTYPE_VERSION#_YOURNAME 

E.g. DMC_DMCKPL612_PracticalAssessment_v1_JohnSmith 

Unit no. and name: DMCKPL612: Create control functions for robotics programming languages

Assessment type: Practical Assessment

 

Elements covered in this assessment:

Element 1: Develop a program to implement a given robotics control function

Element 2: Develop a PLC program

 

Answer all questions.

 

This first part of the practical requires you to download and install the Arduino IDE software. Please go to http://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software and  download Arduino IDE for your computer. The latest version is Arduino 1.0.5. Install and launch the software.

 

This final part or question of this practical requires you to download and install the Arduino IDE software. Develop and Compile the PLC program using Ladder logic on Codesys or Logix Pro for the Traffic light change over as described in the Problem statement.

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