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By: Teaching Science  06-Dec-2011

Dec 11, 2009

Our experimental electronics kits teach students how advanced circuits work. Other tools allow students to perform experiments in the areas including telecommunications, robotics, wind and solar energy and controlled greenhouse technology.

Below are the specs of one of our most popular Modular Electronic Kits:-

Objectives

This course introduces the student to analog and digital electronic systems, based on a problem-solving approach. The student explores and implements various topics

such as: Switches and sensors, driver and electrical consumers, gate applications,

timers, counters, system control, power regulation, amplifiers, measurements in

electronic systems, challenging exercises.

Description

The system is stand-alone, containing all the necessary electronics components

needed for performing the experiments.

The course is built for self-studying and experimenting, while the theory is integrated

within the experiments in a very unique way.

No previous scientific or technological knowledge is required, and the system is

eminently suitable for students from junior high school level and upwards.

Technical Characteristics

The system consists in independent modular boards that can be connected in different configurations to implement various applications with no fear of damage or failure in a system.

The system includes the following modules:

Sensors: Touch, wet, light, magnetic, temperature.

Loads: Lamp, motor, electromagnet, buzzer, relay.

Gates: AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR.

Latch.

Counter.

Timer.

Pulse generator

Driver.

Amplifier.

Potentiometer.

Power supply module.

Power Supply.

Experiments

A modular kit which enables everyone to study and understand electronic systems from the system to the component. The course is based on a problem-solving approach, and covers:

Electronic Systems

  • Electrical and Electronic Systems

Inputs and Outputs

  • Temperature controlled Fan

Logic Gates

Latch and Monostable

  • Improved Unexpected visitor Alarm
  • Automatic Irrigation Control

Counter and Timer

  • Automatic Irrigation System

Other Kits Include


This course introduces the student to the principles of communication and telecommunication systems. The student explores and implements various topics such as: Telegraph communication, telephone communication, telephone exchange, sound frequency and volume, light and laser, fiber optic and optical communication challenge exercises. The course is based on a problem-solving approach.


The computerized Greenhouse enables the student to explore the science and biologic aspects of plants in greenhouse under controlled parameters (temperature, humidity and light) experiments.

TPS-3720 – Solar Energy
A trainer for solar energy experiments: Conversion electricity to light, Photovoltaic cells, Converting light to electricity, Electrical power measurements, Conversion depending on the photovoltaic cell angle, Converting electrical energy to mechanical energy , Energy storage , Light following by the photovoltaic cell and electronic system and light sensors.

TPS-3730 – Wind Energy
A trainer for wind energy experiments: Conversion electricity to wind, Wind electric generator, Converting wind energy to electricity, Electrical power measurements, Conversion depending on the wind electric generator angle, Converting electrical energy to mechanical energy, Energy storage.