Mechatronics TOOL & SUPPLY LIST 2009-2010 You should discuss tool purchases with the instructor before purchasing tools & books! Denis Green 541 917 4942 firstname.lastname@example.org Safety Electrical Tools Safety glasses with side shields (clear lenses only) Hand magnifying glass Leather gloves Safety shoes (sturdy leather shoes) Fluke 179 (no substitutions, educational Small head lamp pricing available for all Fluke products) Ear protection (disposable plugs) Fluke I-200 Clamp-on ammeter Clip-on alligator clips for Fluke 179 Hand Tools 2 each of fuses for Fluke 179 5 X 5-Amp in-line fuses * Tool tote or tool box * usually found in electronics or automotive Screwdriver set (electrically insulated. stores Large, medium, small slot and Philips) Small 4-5 inch multi screw driver Fluke product available at an educational 10” & 6” Adjustable crescent wrench discount through the program 5.5” Needle nose pliers 9" lineman pliers 7 " diagonal cutter Cost: $500 to $800 depending on how many Wire stripper/crimper (good quality) tools you already own. If cost is a problem Fuse puller (Large and small cartridge) please contact me, we have some Hex key set (9 blade standard) temporary loaner equipment. Small channel locks Small ball peen hammer Chisel and punch set 3” fiberglass caliper (General #141me) School Supplies 3 x 3-ring binders 2 pencils 3 packages of 3-ring filler paper 3 pens 1 set of index dividers 1 x 2 gig flash drive TEXTS AND WORKBOOKS See each individual syllabus. About $450 for the two years TUITION COSTS Check with registration or financial aid for current per credit prices and course fees. Certification Fees if the student takes the refrigeration focus EPA Certification (required) Section 608 of the Clean Air Act of 1990 mandates that all technicians working on refrigeration systems must be certified. The testing fee is $35.00. The test booklet cost is $10. Refrigerant Brazing Certification (required) Oregon State requires that all persons brazing to assemble or repair RHVAC systems be certified. The testing is free for registered students, though there is a course fee. R410A Safety Training and Certification (optional R410A is a new refrigerant with special characteristics that requires safe handling and installation. This certification testing costs $20. All testing fees and related books are provided at cost. Costs can change suddenly in these troubled times but we try to keep current.